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(v3) The City of Annapolis is determined to provide long-term strategies to end drug addiction and overdoses. 

By working directly with community leaders, substance abuse providers and mental health clinicians, the City of Annapolis is determined to help stop addiction and overdoses and provide long-term strategies to end this epidemic.

The Overdose Free (ODFree) Annapolis website hosts overdose data from the Annapolis Police Department that is specific to the City of Annapolis. ODFree will also support grant funded projects aimed at supporting prevention, access to treatment, enforcement, education and recovery. 

Join our Naptown Anti-Dope Move[meant] for an Overdose Free Annapolis because

YOUR LIFE MATTERS!

Tools and Services to GET HELP NOW

  1. APD Safe Stations
  2. Crises Response and Warmline
  3. Peer Support Services
  4. Support Users and Survivors
  5. Narcan and Hands Only CPR

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Safe Stations are for those members of our community who are eager to recover from drug addiction. Persons seeking treatment for addiction can visit any police or fire station across the City of Annapolis, day or night, to dispose of any paraphernalia and find assistance gaining access to care. 

Click the SAFE STATION image above for a Google Map of available stations across the City of Annapolis.

Tools and Services for HARM REDUCTION and SUPPORT

  1. Fentanyl Test Strips
  2. Narcan Kits
  3. Be Well Maryland Mobile Wellness
  4. Recovery Anne Arundel
  5. Medication Disposal Boxes
  6. Sobriety Treatment and Recovery Teams
  7. Maryland Crisis Connect
  8. MD SADD
  9. STAR
  10. ASAP
  11. AAC Resource Guide for Addition

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According to the CDC, "Pharmaceutical fentanyl is a synthetic opioid, approved for treating severe pain, typically advanced cancer pain. It is 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine. 

"However, most recent cases of fentanyl-related harm, overdose, and death in the U.S. are linked to illegally made fentanyl. It is sold through illegal drug markets for its heroin-like effect. It is often mixed with heroin and/or cocaine as a combination product—with or without the user’s knowledge—to increase its euphoric effects."

Click the Test Strip image above to visit the CDC website for more information about the deadly effects of illegally made fentanyl.

Annapolis Specific Data

If you're on a mobile device, click here to view the Annapolis OD Data.