Learn about our new series: Real Talk
The Community Media Center has partnered with Carroll County State’s Attorney’s Office to produce a new pilot series: "Real Talk." The program is designed to shed light on substance use disorders, remove the stigma about the disease and provide information and resources for those in crisis, seeking treatment or in recovery.
Hosted by Tim Weber, Community Education Liaison with the Office of the State’s Attorney in Carroll County. Real talk examines the various stages of substance use through candid interviews with real people in our community. The program features people in recovery, family members of those who suffer from a substance use disorder, counselors in treatment centers and law enforcement officers working on the front lines helping to save lives.
Real Talk - Crisis
Watch a short promo about our first episode,
The first episode of “Real Talk,” focusing on the Crisis stage, will premiere on cable channel HD 1086 on Thursday, November 25 at 11 p.m. Initial rebroadcasts will air on November 27th and 28th at 9 p.m. Additional episodes focusing on Treatment and Recovery have already been produced and will be scheduled for broadcast in the coming weeks with more episodes planned. For future airdates and times visit our channel guide.
The Community Media Center is in the process of building our Resources Guide to provide a list various organizations, service providers and other resources available in the county and surrounding area that can help individuals and their families dealing with substance use disorders. We will continue to add new contacts to the listing.
The following organizations, services and providers are listed for information purposes only. The Community Media Center does not recommend or endorse any particular organization, service or provider. Inclusion in this listing should not be considered an endorsement of services provided.
In case of emergency, time is of the essence, always call 911 in the event of a medical emergency. 24/7
Carroll County State's Attorney's Office 24 Hour Helpline
Carroll County Health Department
24 Hours helpline 410-663-1922
24 hour helpline 1-800-3222
9:00 am – 12:00 am - 7 Days a week
Access Carroll Inc
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Youth and Teen Assistance
Carroll County Youth Service Bureau
Carroll Hospital Behavioral Health Services
Cedar Ridge Counseling Centers
The Counseling Renaissance
Nat’l Teen Dating Abuse Helpline
New Path Counseling Center
North Carroll Recovery and Wellness Center
Potomac Case Management
Sheppard Pratt (former Mosaic)
Trevor Lifeline (LGBTQ support)