To the Citizens of Queen Anne's County

June is National Pet Preparedness Month!

Pets are family members too. Make sure to include them in your emergency plans!
  • Know what disasters could affect your area, which could call for an evacuation and when to shelter in place.
  • Make a plan - Identify pet-friendly shelters and keep contact information for local a veterinarian or animal hospital in your emergency kit.
  • Have your pet microchipped and ensure that contact information is up to date.
  • Build a kit - Include food and water for your pets in your emergency kit. Also include a collar or harness, pet carrier, and familiar items for your pet to help reduce stress.

Check out these helpful resources:

This quick survey is being distributed to help the Drug Free Queen Anne’s Coalition understand if their partnership efforts are effective to educate the public about ways to prevent and reduce opioid addiction in Queen Anne’s County.  Please provide an HONEST response to each of the following questions.  Thank you!


Queen Anne's County health officials and emergency personnel are encouraging all residents of Queen Anne's County to recognize the potential health hazards associated with the illicit use of opioids and other drugs of abuse. Citizens need to be aware of the deadly risks of using or misusing all sub​stances including prescribed medications.

In the event of a medical emergency, do not hesitate to contact 911.


Family Support Group

For families and friends of those struggling with opiate misuse. This is an open group which will be held every Tuesday night from 6:30 to 7:30 PM starting October 3, 2017. No registration requited. No cost. We will meet at the Nielsen Center located at 205 N. Liberty Street (across from the District Court) in Centreville, Maryland. For questions contact Kate Ryan, M.S., LCADC at 410-758-1306 ext. 4525 or send an e-mail to

If you, a family member, friend, or co-worker needs help due to their substance use, please contact the Eastern Shore Crisis Hotline @ 1-888-407-8018. Please understand that asking for help is the first step in solving a drug abuse or addiction problem.

Queen Anne's County Department of Health


Queen Anne's County Department of Emergency Services


Queen Anne's County Drug Task Force

410-758-TIPS (8477)

Office of the Sheriff for Queen Anne's County


Maryland State Police, Barrack 'S' Centreville


Centreville Police Department


Queen Anne's County State's Attorney's Office