This internet radio show or podcast is number 182 in the series for Franklin Matters.
This recording shares the Franklin High School PCC meeting on Monday, November 18, 2019. A panel discussion on vaping was on the agenda and recorded for sharing with the community who could not participate in person.
Franklin TV did record the session as well and it will be shared on the local cable channels. When the schedule is confirmed for those re-broadcasts, we’ll share that.
The panel members were
- Jennifer Knight-Levine, President of the SAFE Coalition
- Lieutenant Mark Manocchio, Franklin Police Dept
- James J. Ledwith Jr., MD, FAAFP
The recording of the discussion itself runs approx xx minutes. The PCC meeting portion was edited out of this broadcast.
Without further ado, here is the vaping panel discussion
Resources mentioned by Jennifer:
- Text - Smokefreetxt - QUIT to 47848
- Phone App - quitSTART
- Speak to an expert - 800-QUIT-NOW (800-784-8669)
- Text for dipping - SPIT to 333888
- Instagram - smokefreeus
- Build your Quit plan! - https://smokefree.gov/build-your-quit-plan
Resources that Dr Ledwith mentioned:
- “MCPAP” is the Massachusetts Child Psychiatry Access Project. It provides consultation between the PCP and an expert in pediatric and adolescent psychiatry within 30 minutes of a phone call, Monday through Friday. In 2003 a pilot program was developed at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester. Enthusiastically received, in 2004 the Department of Mental Health and Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership adapted the model to be implemented statewide. Over 30 states have since developed similar programs based on the MCPAP model. https://www.mcpap.com/About/OverviewVisionHistory.aspx
- “MCSTAP” is the Massachusetts Consultation Service on Treatment of Addiction and Pain, set in action in January 2019. It provides similar consultations for physicians on the management of addictions and complex pain conditions based on the MCPAP model. Consultants are on call to advise treating physicians on effective treatment approaches and to provide resources for ongoing care of their patients. https://www.mcstap.com/About/About.aspx
- The newest service is “ASAP-MCPAP” is the Adolescent Substance Abuse Program within MCPAP. The program will specifically provide guidance on the management of substance use concerns in teenagers. The program will be formally announced in the next few weeks but the MCPAP office is already gearing up to assist health care providers.
- “MBHP” is the Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership, an organization funded by contracts and grants from the state and insurance plans to develop and manage these programs.
Institute for Health and Recovery http://www.healthrecovery.org/
|FM #182 - FHS PCC - "Everything You Need to Know"|
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