Second Plymouth and Bristol - Consisting of the city of Brockton and the towns of East Bridgewater, precincts 1 to 3, inclusive, Halifax, Hanover, Hanson, Plympton and Whitman, all in the county of Plymouth; and the town of Easton, precincts 1 and 2, in the county of Bristol.

During the current legislative session, Senator Brady helped secure the following:

  • Cape Verdean Association Elder Program ($50,000)
    This elderly program provides information and assistance to elders 60 and over. Elders are assisted with interpreting, advocacy outreach and referrals to social services agencies and allows the elderly social daytime health programs to enhance their quality of life.
  • Central Plymouth County Water District Commission-Address Water Quality ($50,000)
    To address water quality and quantity issues in lakes and rivers of the district in support of public health and safety issues and to preserve the water quality of Silver Lake which is the principle source of water for the city of Brockton and the towns of Whitman, Hanson.
  • Central Plymouth County Water District Commission ($50,000)
    Annual Budget for the improvement and management of lakes and ponds in the Central Plymouth County Water district.
  • Choice4teens ($50,000)
    Choices4teens mentoring group is a community based after school group that empowers youth to expand and manage life choices toward achieving potential.  Choice4teens provides outreach to Middle school students who live in neighborhoods with high risk for drug, gang and violence exposure. The program gives students insight into consequences of crime and allow them to establish educational goals and a newfound perspective on their life opportunities.
  • Champion Plan ($100,000)
    The Champion Plan is a police assisted recovery program. The plan is meant to help place individuals with substance use disorders who want help into the level of care they want; detoxification, CSS, outpatient, Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT), etc. Modeled after a similar program in Gloucester, individuals suffering with a SUD asking for help will receive it. Brockton’s police headquarters will serve as the point of entry.
  • Haitian Earthquake refugees ($8,000,000) Resettlement services
  • Haitian Community Partners (HCP). ($100,000) For staffing at the HCO in Brockton. Renovations for substance use services at Brockton Neighborhood Health Center.
  • School on Wheels. ($35,000) for children impacted by homelessness with academic, social and emotional growth.