Our goal at Bridge Primary is to help facilitate safer drug use. We are happy to work compassionately with you to achieve that goal, whether it is through Suboxone, Methadone, behavioral health, primary care, naloxone distribution, syringe access, or any other service in the community.
Dr. Singer is the medical director at the HCRC Methadone clinic in Greenfield and GPC is a contracted primary care practice for Baystate Franklin Medical Centers Opiod "Bridge" treatment clinic. We promise to provide non judgemental access to all forms of care at our clinic.
Baystate Franklin Medical Center acquired a $1 million grant to launch a program to provide mobile services to people suffering from, or at risk of, opioid use disorder (OUD).
The grant was provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) through the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Federal Office of Rural Health Policy. More than $111 million was awarded to 96 rural organizations across 37 states as part of the Rural Communities Opioid Response Program.
Many barriers exist to address OUD across the prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery spectrum in Franklin County and the North Quabbin Region. People who need help are often unable to access and coordinate the services they need to get well. To address this critical and life-saving gap in services, Baystate Franklin Medical Center, in collaboration with the Opioid Task Force and other Consortium Partners, has used the funds to create the Franklin County and North Quabbin Bridge Clinic (Bridge Clinic).