Carroll County Coalition Against Underage Drinking

Carroll County Coalition Against Underage Drinking

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Hello

I wanted to ask if you could leave a negative review on Facebook and Google for Paradiso Ristorante regarding underage drinking. They have just violated again for serving minors at their establishment and I think that calls for atleast getting the word out there for folks of our community to see. I have the name and info of the agent at the liquor board who violated them red handed.

Let me now your thoughts and I’d love to be apart of your beautiful organization

Best wishes
Olivia

The Coalition is a volunteer organization addressing underage drinking and other drug prevention to adults and youth. The Carroll County Coalition Against Underage Drinking is a volunteer organization addressing underage drinking and other drug prevention to adults and youth in our community.

The Coalition was formed in 2011 as part of the Maryland Strategic Prevention Framework Grant and is part of the Substance Abuse Prevention Office, Bureau of Prevention, Wellness and Recovery division of the Carroll County Health Department.

Operating as usual

09/20/2019

Way to go, Heather! I am honored and proud to be your work colleague.

#September is National #RecoveryMonth, and each week Carroll County Health Department will be introducing you to one of our Peer Recovery Specialists. Meet Heather Lee Asbury!
"My name is Heather Asbury. I am a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist at the Carroll County Health Department. My role here is to help individuals with substance use disorder and mental health conditions achieve and maintain recovery, whatever that looks like to them. I am a person in long term recovery and what that means to me is that I have not had the desire or the need to use a mood or mind altering substance since November 19, 2013. It has been found that individuals that live with substance use disorder are more comfortable opening up and receiving help from someone who can say "me too." Each day, I strive to live a life of recovery, not only for myself, but to serve as a role model to those who are entering recovery. I know what it's like to be stuck in addiction, with no way out. I know what it's like to feel completely hopeless, helpless and unworthy. The only friend I had was drugs. As a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist and someone in recovery, I can be that glimmer of hope for someone. I will believe in you until you can believe in yourself. I have extensive training to help you navigate early recovery and work with you to get connected to resources that will build your recovery capital. I have such a strong passion for helping others! I never lose hope because someone never lost hope in me!"

Our Peer Recovery Specialists are a great resource for anyone who wants to get into recovery but isn't sure where to start or what recovery might look like for them. To contact Heather or another Peer at CCHD, call 410-876-4449 during business hours and ask to speak to a Peer.

#RecoveryIsPossible #BeforeItsTooLate #EndOverdose

drugfree.org 04/03/2017

Medicine Abuse: What's Happening & Why - Partnership for Drug-Free Kids - Where Families Find Answers

Did you know sharing prescription drugs is illegal? Don't share your medication, monitor your prescription opioids and dispose of all unused and unneeded medication. Find a disposal site near you www.clearthecabinet.com

drugfree.org Used as directed, medicines improve our lives. When misused or abused, the consequences can be devastating. Learn more about this epidemic.

carrollmediacenter.org 03/24/2017

Youth Voices | Community Media Center

Please share-Great opportunity for youth to get involved.

carrollmediacenter.org Youth Voices is a PSA contest developed by the Community Media Center to support the Carroll County States Attorney’s efforts to educate high school and middle school students on the dangers of drugs and unhealthy relationships.

carrollmediacenter.org 03/24/2017

Youth Voices | Community Media Center

carrollmediacenter.org Youth Voices is a PSA contest developed by the Community Media Center to support the Carroll County States Attorney’s efforts to educate high school and middle school students on the dangers of drugs and unhealthy relationships.

03/15/2017

Not In Carroll

Dispose of all your unwanted or unneeded prescription and over the counter drugs. Find out where at www.clearthecabinet.com

03/15/2017

Ben Affleck

I have completed treatment for alcohol addiction; something I've dealt with in the past and will continue to confront. I want to live life to the fullest and be the best father I can be. I want my kids to know there is no shame in getting help when you need it, and to be a source of strength for anyone out there who needs help but is afraid to take the first step. I'm lucky to have the love of my family and friends, including my co-parent, Jen, who has supported me and cared for our kids as I've done the work I set out to do. This was the first of many steps being taken towards a positive recovery.

02/22/2017

Not In Carroll

Please plan to attend this free community event on March 13, 2017

02/13/2017

SAMHSA

PARENTS: Talking to your child about underage drinking can be intimidating. Need some tips? Download the #TalkTheyHearYou app: https://www.samhsa.gov/underage-drinking/mobile-application

02/13/2017

Mark your calendars-March 13, 2017 opioid prevention education event. Film, speakers, booths and refreshments open to the public. Doors open at 5:30 pm.

02/13/2017

SAMHSA's "Talk. They Hear You." Dads PSA- 30 seconds

New Underage Drinking Prevention From SAMHSA. Please share.

“The newest PSA for SAMHSA’s “Talk. They Hear You.” is set on a school basketball court where 12- to 13-year old boys are playing a Saturday morning game. Th...

02/08/2017

Carroll County Health Department

The Carroll County Local Management Board (LMB) is currently in the process of planning for services in our county and would like to better understand what Young Adults or Youth (age 16-24) experience. Please take a moment to share this survey with young adults in Carroll County...their voice matters!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BGKPZYG

02/02/2017

Parents and Grandparents: Please plan to attend this free event. You have to register by Feb. 3, 2017-see flyer for more information.

01/25/2017

Please share this important drug fact.

National Drug & Alcohol Fact #3-Prescription Drugs
Please post and share

01/24/2017

Not In Carroll

The National Institute on Drug Abuse has designated Monday, January 23rd through Sunday, January 29th 2017 as National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week! The Carroll County Health Department Prevention Office will be posting a new drug fact each day about real issues facing Carroll County. Please share these facts so that teens, parents, and community members you know can shatter the myths!

myemail.constantcontact.com 01/13/2017

NAS Report: Evidence Shows Ma*****na Use Harmful, More Research Needed

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baltimore.cbslocal.com 01/11/2017

After 3 Die In Crash, 2 Charged With Letting Minors Drink

3 lives taken. Is alcohol worth that? Will the consequence fit the crime?

baltimore.cbslocal.com Maryland State Police have charged a couple with allowing underage drinking at a party in their LaVale home after three young men were killed in a car crash after the party.

baltimore.cbslocal.com 01/11/2017

After 3 Die In Crash, 2 Charged With Letting Minors Drink

What will be the consequence of 3 young men losing their lives?

baltimore.cbslocal.com Maryland State Police have charged a couple with allowing underage drinking at a party in their LaVale home after three young men were killed in a car crash after the party.

01/03/2017

Not In Carroll

Mt. Airy Middle School will be hosting an informative presentation regarding the rising drug use in Carroll County and the preventative measures being taken. The presentation will be held on Tuesday, January 10, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. in the school’s media center. The public is welcome to attend.
The presenters for the evening will include Stephen Guthrie, Superintendent of Schools; Christine Tobias, Assistant Supervisor of Health Education; Brian DeLeonardo, State’s Attorney; Tim Weber, Drug Education and Treatment Liaison; Tina Jirout, Administrative Assistant to the State’s Attorney; Linda Auerback, Substance Abuse Prevention Supervisor; and Doug Reitz, newly appointed Mt. Airy Police Chief.

12/29/2016

2016 Monitoring the Future Survey-Prescription Drugs vs Illicit Drug use.

12/28/2016

2016 Monitoring the Future Survey Results-Teen reduction in smoking cirgarettes, but e-cigarettes use has increased.

12/27/2016

Carroll County Sheriff's Office - Maryland

Please Don't Drink and Drive!

"Sheriff's Office plans DUI Saturation Patrols for New Year's weekend"

Westminster, Carroll County, Maryland; December 27th, 2016 ----- The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office looks forward to the start of the new year. In order to help everyone get there safely, there will be extra deputies on patrol looking for those who choose to endanger lives and property by driving impaired.

Saturation patrols will occur on the evenings of December, 30, 31, and January 1. While deputies will be looking for all varieties of safety violations, the primary emphasis will be on those driving impaired by drugs or alcohol. These patrols are funded by a grant through the Maryland Highway Safety Office.

Therefore, if you are going to attend a gathering in which alcohol is likely to be served, please take a moment to plan ahead for safety. If possible, arrange to stay at the location, or if you must travel, identify a designated driver before the first sip. Make a plan and stick to it.

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12/27/2016

2016 Monitoring the Future Survey-Alcohol use has decreased nationwide.

12/26/2016

The 2016 Monitoring the Future Survey Results. This survey was given to 8th, 10th and 12th graders. 45,473 students from 372 public and private schools participated. Ma*****na use is holding steady for 12th graders.

12/15/2016

New Statistics on alcohol ads on Cable TV targeting youth.

12/14/2016

Plan to attend this community event!

12/14/2016

Carroll County Coalition Against Underage Drinking's cover photo

12/02/2016

Not In Carroll

This Opioid survey was extend for an addional 2 weeks-our county participation is very low. Please share to eveyone you know-your opinion matters.

Please take and share this 10 minute survey on opioids. This is important!

Are you a Maryland resident and at least 18 years old? If so, your community needs you! Please complete a 10-minute survey about prescription opioids and he**in in your community.

Click here https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MPOS2016 to take the survey and enter to win a $50.00 gift card.

11/30/2016

Partnership with Texas Roadhouse for Holiday Gift Drive

Our next coalition meeting is December 8, 2016 at 3:30 pm at the Carroll County Health Dept-multi-purpose room. Student Ambassadors, friends and community members are welcome to attend. We will be wrapping gifts for the Holiday Hope Giving Tree Project sponsored by the Bureau of Prevention, Wellness and Recovery and Texas Roadhouse.

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11/15/2016

Not In Carroll

Are you a Maryland resident and at least 18 years old? If so, your community needs you! Please complete a 10-minute survey about prescription opioids and he**in in your community.

Click here https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MPOS2016 to take the survey and enter to win a $50.00 gift card.

10/06/2016

Not In Carroll

Please attend the 2016 Maryland Association of Prevention Professionals & Advocates Annual Conference. There is a variety of speakers with topics ranging from "What Helps-What Harms Maryland" to "Pills to Street Drugs: The He**in Epidemic". There will be 14.25 CEU's earned for attending this conference. Please invite your colleagues, whether you are in the field of substance abuse prevention, treatment, law enforcement, social work, recovery peer support, health professional, juvenile services, school system or community member. There is something for everyone, as we are all effected by substance abuse. http://www.mappamd.org/index.html
For registration information contact Linda Auerback

10/06/2016

Carroll County Youth Service Bureau will be holding a Substance Use/Abuse Parent Education workshop on Tuesday, October 25 from 5:30-7:30pm. This workshop is FREE and geared toward parents and caregivers of adolescents who want to know more about signs/symptoms of substance use and abuse, effects of substance use, resources in the community, and ways to intervene/talk with your teenagers about substances and peer pressure. Linda Auerback will be presenting as will a member of the NA/Recovery community, and two clinicians from YSB. Please pass this opportunity on to parents/caregivers in our community!

Please see attached flyer! Parents/caregivers should contact Rachel Greenberg, LGPC, to register by Oct 21, or get more information.

09/05/2016

webadvisor.carrollcc.edu

September 5-11 is National Su***de Prevention Week. Take a Mental Health First Aid Class-the next one is Sptember 26 & 27 to learn how you can help prevent su***de. www.carrollcc.edu/instantenrollment to sign up for the FREE class

webadvisor.carrollcc.edu

09/01/2016

Carroll County Government Maryland

September is Emergency Preparedness Month. Do you have a plan?
https://youtu.be/XF-HdcqmuKk

08/26/2016

Carroll County Coalition Against Underage Drinking's cover photo

08/26/2016

Carroll County Coalition Against Underage Drinking's cover photo

Videos (show all)

Save Your Brian Challenge Video-3rd place Oklahoma Middle School-Congratulations to Cindy Minarcin, Health Teacher and h...
This is the 2nd place PSA middle school Save Your Brain Challenge winner from North Carroll Middle School.  Congratulati...
This is the Save Your Brian Challenge 1st Place Middle School PSA entry.  Congratulations to Karla Heuer, Health Teacher...
Since this is National Prevention Week I'll be posting all The Save Your Brain Challenge Winners for 2015.  Congratulati...
Smash Match Distracted Driver Game at Westminster High School Honors Health 3 class.  The student wearing the impaired g...
The Coalition wants to acknowledge all law enforcement officers who organize, manage and make over 100 Carroll County Mi...
Save your Brain Challenge contest-3rd place video.  Congratulations  to Oklahoma Middle
Talk - They Hear You.  New underage drinking campaign  for parents and how to talk to your kids about alcohol.

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