Fight Opioid Abuse
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Opioid and Heroin use is a widespread epidemic. As a result, multiple agencies and organizations throughout Carroll County are working together to address the issues of drug addiction, prevention and emergency treatment. As a way to help coordinate efforts, we’re compiling a list of events and links to important local resources.
If your organization would like to be included or if you would like to submit an event please email us at email@example.com.
TIPS - Threats In Plain Sight
Thursday, February 28, 2019 at 7 PM – 8:30 PM
West Middle School
60 Monroe street, Westminster MD
The State’s Attorney's Office along with the Carroll County Health Department will present T.I.P.S “Threats in Plain Sight” at the West Middle School Thursday February 28, 2019 starting at 7:00 pm. T.I.P.S. is a teenager mock bedroom filled with hidden drug signs and paraphernalia throughout the room. The evening will begin with a video from a Carroll County family describing the heart ache and the effects of losing a loved one.
Parents will walk through a mock bedroom to determine the hidden signs for drugs and drug paraphernalia that are commonly used by teenagers. Several household items have been purchased to show the different forms of paraphernalia and secret hiding places for drugs. After the parents search the room, a short video will reflect on the different signs throughout the room. In closing, parents will have the opportunity to discuss the next step with their teenager. Parents will then be able to ask the difficult questions of what to do and how to get help. The evening is packed full of valuable information to save a life.
2019 Drug & Violence Awareness Expo
Thursday, April 18, 2019
Carroll County Agriculture Center
Danele Shipley Arena
706 Ag Center Drive, Westminster MD 21157
The Drug and Violence Awareness Expo provides the community an opportunity to learn about the various issues plaguing the county and the resources available to combat them. The event is for all ages but targets today's youth affected by opioid addiction, bullying, domestic violence and sexual assaults. Over 2,400 students attended the 2018 Expo.FREE Admission & Parking