Behavioral Health – Alcohol and Drug Use Prevention Services: Call 410-876-4449
Alcohol and Drug Use Prevention staff work to reduce alcohol and other drug abuse in Carroll County. We raise awareness of substance abuse and teach people how to make healthy choices. Our programs are research-based and available for all age groups, from tweens to senior citizens.
We also attend health fairs and community events to educate the public about alcohol and other drug use prevention. All services are free of charge.
Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Awareness Education
Our special programs are listed below:
Current Substance Abuse Trends in Carroll County
- A substance abuse awareness program for civic groups, education and health personnel, parent groups, workplace employees, church groups and students.
- Can be tailored to specific audiences within Carroll County.
Carroll County Opioid Prevention Coalition
- Non-profit organization working to reduce opioid misuse, overdoses and overdose fatalities in Carroll County, funded by the Opioid Misuse Prevention Program
- Community members are welcome to participate. Click Not in Carroll for more information
- Prevention initiatives include:
Guiding Good Choices
- Parent education program designed to keep kids in grades 4-8 (ages 9-14) drug-free
- Guiding Good Choices Brochure
Staying Connected with Your Teen
- Program to help parents and teens connect, communicate, and prevent substance abuse and other issues.
- For middle and high school students and their parents.
- Staying Connected Brochure
Carroll County Coalition Against Underage Drinking
- Non-profit organization working to reduce underage drinking, binge drinking, and alcohol-related crashes in Carroll County.
- Teens and adults are welcome to participate.
- Click the Coalition webpage for meeting times and more information.