DARIEN, Conn. -- Too often, parents, spouses, friends, and caregivers find themselves confronted with issues they may be ill-equipped to deal with and that's why the Darien Police Department has added a "Resources Toolbox" on its website to help find the needed resources.
While the opioid crisis is certainly among the most frightening – and among the most dangerous – other issues, such as bullying, suicide, and dating violence, can leave those in a crisis looking for resources.
The toolbox can be found on the department's website here , then by clicking on the Services tab at the upper right of the homepage and selecting the Resources Toolbox tab.
In the toolbox, residents will find links to a host of resources to assist in navigating what can be treacherous terrain. One of the most promising new additions to the list of resources is a letter introducing Saved from Addiction, Inc., a new course of therapy that includes the probuphine implant for those struggling with opioid addiction as well as proven programs of treatment for a host of substance abuse issues, including alcohol.
The department added that residents should feel free to contact them at (203)-662-5300 for help, or with ideas and addition for the toolbox.