Office of Drug Control Policy

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Upcoming Events for Recovery Month


(Click on link for more information) 
September 6:       Rage Against Addiction Recovery Run on the  Ma & Pa Trail
                             (William St. entrance); 6:00 p.m.
September 7:       Homecoming Gala
September 14:     Emory Church Movie Night "The Anonymous People"
September 20:     Pathways to Recovery: National Strategies to End Opioid Addiction with
                             Dr. Bertha Madras at Bel Air High School.
September 20:     Rage Against Addiction Recovery Run on the Ma & Pa Trail
                             (William St. entrance); 6:00 p.m.
September 29:     Recovery Coach Training
September 29:     Human Rope to Stop the Dope, Main Street, Bel Air
October 6:            Recovery Coach Training
October 9:            Chris Herren speaks at Havre de Grace High School (more info to come)
Pathways to Recovery Event Flyer with PTA Banner
Human Rope to Stop the Dope flyer 2018

Mission Statement


Promote and provide prevention services through strategies utilizing the resources of public/private agencies and citizens.

Information & Referral


If you are seeking help from an alcohol/drug problem, please check with your health care provider or Employee Assistance Program (EAP) service. If you do not have a health care provider, listed below are other local health care services available.
Harford County Drug & Alcohol Resources


Harford County Health Department


Division of Behavioral Health

Addiction Services | 410-877-2340
Adolescent Addiction Services | 410-893-4181
Division of Health Services
HIV/AIDS Testing | 410-638-3060

Alcoholics Anonymous


410-272-4150


Narcotics Anonymous


800-317-3222

Al-Anon/Alateen


410-836-6209

School-Based Prevention Services


410-588-5271