Current Projects

Critical Incident Management System (CIMS)

2017-Present

This project involves the development, maintenance, and analysis of a web-based real time opioid overdose incident and follow-up database for use by police departments in the following Massachusetts counties: Barnstable County; Berkshire County; Bristol County; Essex County; Franklin County; Hampden County; Hampshire County; Middlesex County; Norfolk County; Plymouth County; and Worcester County.

2018-Present

Comprehensive Opioid and Stimulant Substance Abuse Program Research Partner

Kelley Research Associates is the local research partner for seven COSSAP Grant Sites including Plymouth County, MA, Franklin County, MA, Essex County, MA, New Bedford Police Department, Seekonk Police Department, the Rhode Island HOPE Initiative, and the Champion Plan in Brockton, MA. Our work consists of assisting these sites with data analysis and local and federal reporting using CIMS.     

Rhode Island HOPE Initiatve

2018-Present

This project involves the development, maintenance, and analysis of a web-based real time opioid overdose incident and case management database system managed by the R.I State Police for use in all cities/towns in Rhode Island.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration

Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) Grant

2020-Present

This project involves creating and analyzing a survey that will collect data to evaluate the effectiveness of the SPF Grant goals of reducing alcohol and marijuana use among middle school students in the ten participating communities.   An epidemiological profile for the region will also be developed utilizing a variety of qualitative and quantitative data to capture a holistic representation of project outcomes, offering increased opportunities to monitor and enhance the project to achieve the identified goals.  

Drug Free Communities Grant

2020 - Present

This project involves creating and analyzing a student survey that responds to the Drug Free Communities Grant reporting measures regarding 30 day use, perception of harm, parental approval, and peer approval of prescription drugs and marijuana.