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Support Services
  • 24-Hour Hotline
    • Ph: 301-855-1075
  • Al Anon / Alateen
    • Ph: 202-882-1334
  • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
    • Ph: 800-492-0209
  • Calvert County Health Department
    • Ph: 410-535-5400
  • Smoking Cessation Program
    • Ph: 410-535-5400 ext. 359
  • Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
    • Ph: 202-399-5316

Prevention and Treatment Resource Information websites:

 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings
Alcoholics Anonymous of Calvert County has a complete, up-to-date listing of local meeting locations, dates, and times. Call the facility to verify dates and times.

Al-Anon & Alateen
Al-Anon is a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who believe their lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking. Alateen is a part of Al-Anon and is for teenagers who have been affected by someone else’s drinking. Al-Anon and Alateen meetings often run concurrently with AA meetings. Directory of Southern Maryland Meetings.  Please call the facility of your choice for verification.

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings
The Chesapeake and Potomac Region of Narcotics Anonymous provides a complete, up-to-date listing of local meeting locations, dates, and times. Call the facility to verify dates and times.

Proper Disposal of Prescription Drugs
You can view the Federal Guidelines for the Proper Disposal of Prescription Drugs online.
Local Prescription Drop Box locations:  Calvert County Sheriff's Office, 30 Church Street, Prince Frederick
                                                               Maryland State Police, Barrack "U", 210 Main Street, Prince Frederick

Support Group Meetings Available In Calvert County
You can view local support group meetings in Calvert County online.   Meeting times and locations are subject to change.   You should contact the location to make certain the meeting is being held as scheduled.

Parent Support Groups

Parents Affected By Addiction (based in St. Mary's County)
(This group alternates meetings between the three Southern Maryland counties)

Meeting:  January 21, 2016
Time:  6:30 pm
Location:  Charlotte Hall Library 
37600 New Market Road
Charlotte Hall, MD 20622

Parents of Teens Unite (based in St. Mary's County)
Contact: Emily Harman at

Sanity Support Group
Meeting:  2nd Tuesday of each month @ 7 p.m.
Location: Emmanual Church (back modular), Huntingtown, Maryland
Contact:  Church Office at 410-257-9188 or Marye Causey at 301-602-2450

Families Anonymous

Meetings in Maryland

Group #1991

Panera Bread (Festival at Riva Shopping Center)
2341 Forest Drive, Annapolis, Maryland

1st & 3rd Tue

7:00 PM

443-607-8204 Please note new meeting location as of 11.1.16

Group #1884

St. Margaret School
205 Hickory Ave,
  Bel Air, Maryland

Mon 7:00 PM

443-243-9341 Meetings are held in The Adult Education Center (the old white church).

Group #1909

Community Church at Ocean Pines
11227 Racetrack Road (Rte. 589)

Berlin Tue 7:00 PM

Carol 410-2084515

To access the meet room, enter via the community hall.  Go to the auditorium and turn left; at the end of the room, go through the doors on the right.  Meetings are located in Room 37 on the left in the Family Life Center.

Group #2044

Greenbelt Step Club
143 Centerway Rd.,
  Greenbelt, Maryland

 Tue 6:00 PM

301-345-5775 The club is located at the rear of the large building which houses the Greenbelt Theater.  It is across the street from a barber shop and around the corner from the co-op grocery store.  The words "Step Club" appear on the awning.

Group #1739

St Mary of the Mills School
106 Saint Mary's Place,
  Laurel, Maryland

Wed 7:00 PM

301-379-5968 Use entrance on the left of school.  Once inside, turn left; meetings are held in Room 17 (last door on the left). Meetings are not held on: Ash Wednesday before Thanksgiving Wednesday after Christmas.

Underage Drinking Information

?Talk.  They Hear You - Underage Drinking

Opioid Overdose Information

Governor's Heroin and Opioid Task Force Final Report - December 2015

The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Administration have launched the "Be A Hero - Save a Life" campaign aimed at educating citizens to opioid overdoses.   To learn more about the program and to download materials, visit

Educational Videos:

"Chasing the Dragon"

Out of Reach" - Medicine Abuse Through the Eyes of a Teen

Nobody knew how bad John's addiction was, until it was too late.

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