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    Prevention - Wellness - Recovery

    ​The Queen Anne's County Department of Health Prevention Services would like for you to take part in a 3-minute post-survey that will help us to assess the effectiveness of our community-based prevention marketing campaign targeting proper storage and disposal of prescriptions drugs, and underage drinking in our community.

    ​Take the survey here!

    Alcoholism and drug addiction are chronic, progressive, potentially fatal diseases, a personal commitment with the support of community resources helps individuals and their families in this lifelong recovery process.​

    The following services are available:

    Peer Support Services

    • Individual Peer Counseling
    • Group Peer Counseling
    • Discharge Planning
    • Care Coordination
    • Community Outreach
    • Narcan Training
    Clinical Services
    • Adult Screenings for Treatment
    • Referrals to Appropriate Levels of Care
    • Medication Assisted Treatment Program
    • Fentanyl Test Strips
    Prevention Services
    • Community Education and Outreach
    • Underage Drinking and Tobacco Prevention/Education Events and Campaigns
    • Safe Storage and Disposal Items

    Contact Information

    Queen Anne's County Health Department - Nielsen Center
    205 North Liberty Street, Centreville MD
    Phone: 1-410-758-1306