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Annapolis and Anne Arundel County, along with the rest of Maryland, has seen rampant growth in addiction rates from the opioid epidemic.

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Addiction in Annapolis, Maryland

From 2015 to 2016, the United States saw an overall increase of 21.5% in overdose deaths. At 67.8%, the state of Maryland is among the states with the greatest increases. While much of this is due to Baltimore and its surrounding county, Annapolis and Anne Arundel County have seen rampant growth as well. Anne Arundel County is third in drug overdoses across Maryland, only after Baltimore and Baltimore County. While heroin is playing a large part of this dangerous climb, many of these deaths come from fentanyl, an opioid analogue that is 100 times more potent than heroin.

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The Fentanyl Crisis in Annapolis

Fentanyl has exploded in the city of Annapolis and across the state of Maryland. While heroin was once the most dangerous drug in Annapolis, fentanyl has overtaken heroin as the most deadly drug across Maryland.

Overall, deaths by overdose have increased in Anne Arundel County, the county south of Baltimore that contains Annapolis. However, their deaths from heroin alone have dropped substantially. This increase comes from a spike in the presence of fentanyl in other drugs, like cocaine, heroin, or even counterfeit prescription drugs.

People in Annapolis are also being sold pure fentanyl under the guise of heroin, causing the opioid analogue to be involved in over 70% of overdose deaths in Anne Arundel County, one of the highest rates across the country.

Counterfeit Oxycodone in Annapolis

As of May, 2017, counterfeit oxycodone tablets were being sold across Annapolis. These tablets, however, are composed of fentanyl. The distribution of fentanyl, without a proper lab and tuned equipment, is very dangerous and can easily lead to death. People using these pills, especially without knowledge of what they’re actually taking, are more likely to take an amount that they grew tolerant to when using prescription drugs. This makes it more likely to take a dangerous amount and not have time to treat it.

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Annapolis Substance Abuse Statistics

31.8

percent

There has been a 31.8% increase in fatal overdoses in Anne Arundel County from January through July of 2017, to the same period in 2018.

116

deaths

From January through July of 2018, 116 people died from an overdose in Anne Arundel County.

71

percent

Fentanyl was involved in 71% of overdose deaths in Anne Arundel County.

Finding Treatment in Annapolis

If you or someone you love are suffering from addiction in Annapolis, you may find that it is hard to find the right help. If you have trouble finding treatment, it may not be something that you are doing.

Going through recovery in the place where your addiction was born is too much temptation for many suffering. That is why so many out there travel for rehabilitation. A change in surroundings can often be the missing piece required for long-term recovery. If you don’t know where that is, or where to start, reach out to a dedicated treatment provider today. They are available around the clock to answer any questions you may have and get you on the first steps of your journey.

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Government Programs

Find local government programs that promote sober living and will help you find peace in your day to day life.

Name Location Phone
East of the Bey Area PO Box 152
Queenstown, MD 21658
800-317-3222
Free State Service Center 217 Warwick Ave
Baltimore, MD 21223
800-317-3222
Free State Region Service Center 217 N Warwick Ave Baltimore
MD 21223
410-566-4022
BALTIMORE AREA Narcotics Anonymous 1610 N Carey St
Baltimore, MD 21217
800-317-3222

College Programs

Harrison Health Center

St John's College

60 College Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21401

Midshipmen Development Centre

United States Naval Academy

121 Blake Rd
Annapolis, MD 21402

Counseling Services

Bowie State University

14000 Jericho Park Road
Bowie, MD 20715-9465

Student Services

Capitol College

11301 Springfield Rd
Laurel, MD 20708

Counseling Center

University of Maryland-Baltimore County

Center Rd
Baltimore, MD 21250

The Counseling Center

University of Baltimore

1420 N Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21201

The Counseling Center (CC)

Maryland Institute College of Art

1300 W Mount Royal Avenue
Baltimore MD 21217-4134

Substance Use Intervention & Treatment Unit

University of Maryland-College Park

3983 Campus Drive
College Park, MD 20742

Counseling Center

Coppin State University

2500 West North Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21216-3698

AA and NA Meetings in Annapolis

Name Address Fellowship Hours
Annapolis Area InterGroup PO Box 2267, Annapolis, MD 21404 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Sunday: 8:00 am - 10:00 am, Monday: 8:00 am - 10:00 am, Tuesday: 8:00 am - 10:00 am, Wednesday: 8:00 am - 10:00 am, Thursday: 8:00 am - 10:00 am, Friday: 8:00 am - 10:00 am, Saturday: 8:00 am - 10:00 am

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