Mass. police department to get $360K drug grant
The town is among 8 bay state cities to share in $3.6M in federal funds to fight prescription drug abuse
BROCKTON, Mass. — Brockton will be among eight cities statewide to receive a portion of $3.6 million in federal funds to fight prescription drug abuse in youths ages 12 to 25.
Gov. Deval Patrick on Thursday announced the funding, which will go to the state Department of Public Health and then be distributed to Brockton and seven other cities.
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