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Most Kids Don't
drink or do other drugs.

Together, we can keep it that way. 

We asked Kent County high school students why they choose not to drink or use other drugs. Read the responses below!

Kent County Behavioral Health Prevention Office

The Kent County Health Department Prevention Office helps community groups, agencies and individuals in providing programs and activities to prevent alcohol and other drug abuse, and to build a healthier community. 

With the use of evidence-based prevention strategies, the Prevention Office works to reduce underage drinking, prevent binge drinking, reduce opioid misuse and prevent opioid overdoses.

TIPS classes

Alcohol awareness training for license holders and for employees is offered with instruction for both ON Premise & Off Premise. Call 443-995-5367 for more information.

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commonly sold under 

the brand name 

Narcan, is a life-saving 

medication that reverses 

the effects of an opioid 

overdose. Maryland has 

a standing order for the 

prescription, which means it is available at many pharmacies without a prescription.

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Drop Boxes

There are three permanent, 24-hour, drop-off locations in Kent County: 

Kent County Sheriff’s Department

104 Vickers Drive Unit B, Chestertown

Rock Hall Police Department

5885 N. Main St., Rock Hall

Chestertown Police Department

601 High St, Chestertown


Deterra Bags

If you’re unable to get to a disposal location, Kent County Behavioral Health Prevention Office offers free Deterra bags.

Deterra bags safely deactivate medications for at-home disposal. Call Annette Duckery at 410-778-7918.

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