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 substances including prescribed medications.
In the event of a medical emergency, do not hesitate to contact 911.
It is always important to clean and bandage cuts, puncture wounds or breaks in your skin and seek medical attention if:You have a wound that is deep and/or contains dirt or a foreign object,You have not been fully vaccinated against tetanus,You are not sure when your last tetanus vaccination was,You are not sure if you have ever had a tetanus vaccination.Follow these links for information regarding Tetanus Vaccines:https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/vis/vis-statements/tdap.htmlhttps://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/vis/vis-statements/td.htmlFor more information contact the QAC Department of Health at 410-758-0720
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
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
206 N. Commerce Street, Centreville, MD 21617