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Friday March 10, 2017 (1 month, 2 weeks ago)


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Wareham has an urgent need for foster families, according to its Opioid Task Force. “We already had a need,” explained Public Health Nurse Connie Dolan, “and the opioid epidemic has increased it even further.” Two foster care recruiters from the Department of Children and Families, Kathryn Wegner and Kara Hemingway, attended a recent Opioid Task Force meeting to explain the effects of the crisis. The pair ...

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