Central Middlesex Police Partnership (CMPP)

The Central Middlesex Police Partnership (CMPP), composed of the same entities as the Jail Diversion Program, works to address opioid and other substance use issues through targeted and ongoing prevention, education, and intervention programming.

Through this programming, CMPP aims to:

  • Reduce the number of opiate overdoses and substance misuse in our communities
    • Outreach phone call and/or in-person visit to substance users and families after an overdose or incident involving substance use (through the Jail Diversion Program and a Recovery Coach)
    • Offer assistance accessing all levels of treatment and family support
  • Collaborate with local stakeholders to provide and supplement ongoing community and school substance use programming
    • Community and school events dedicated to increasing awareness about substance misuse, and disseminating information about available resources and how to keep people safe
  • Expand access to addiction treatment options and resources
  • Reduce stigma associated with addiction

If you or a loved one are struggling with mental illness or substance abuse, there is help available.  Below are a few resources:


Jail Diversion Coordinator/Clinician

Mackenzie Dezieck MA CRC
Eliot Community Human Services
(Police Departments of Acton, Bedford, Concord, Carlisle, Lexington, Lincoln, Maynard, Stow and HAFB)


Local Counseling Services

Bedford Youth and Family Services - 781-275-7727  (bedfordma.gov/youth-family)

Eliot Community Human Services - 978-369-1113

Advocates - Psychiatric Emergency Services 24-Hour Crisis Line - 1-800-640-5432


Substance Abuse Support

MA Alcohol and Drug Helpline - free and confidential information and referrals to substance use programs - 1-800-327-5050 (www.helpline-online.com)

Wicked Sober - substance use support and direct referrals to treatment through Recovery Centers of America - 1-855-953-7627 (www.wickedsober.com)

Emerson Hospital Addiction Services - 978-287-3520



Central Middlesex Police Partnership Narcan PSA