Talbot County Sheriff's Department

TALBOT COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE

HEROIN COORDINATORS

The Talbot County Heroin Coordinators (TCHC) is responsible for entering all drug investigations, drug seizures, drug arrests, heroin and other opioid overdoses, and other drug-related investigative activities into the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)’s High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA’s) Case Explorer.

That database communicates with law enforcement agencies across the country to track drug trafficking organizations and assist law enforcement in identifying and dismantling those organizations.

The TCHC works closely with the Talbot County Health Department and the recovery community to provide assistance to those battling with substance use disorder.

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SUBSTANCE ABUSE RESOURCES

LOCAL RESOURCES

(updated April 2020).

Crisis Hotline: 888-407-8018 

Parent Support Line: 855-DRUG-FREE

Safe Stations: 9 a.m. – 11 p.m. every day at: 

St. Michael’s Police Department

100 S. Fremont St., St. Michaels

Talbot County Dept. of EMS

605 Port St., Easton

TREATMENT 
Talbot County Health Department 
410-819-5602 
Shore Behavioral Health 
410-822-1000 x5452 
Life’s Energy Wellness Center 
800-867-2395
Corsica River Mental Health 
410-745-8028 
Eastern Shore Psychological Services 
410-822-5007 

12-STEP SUPPORT
Alcoholics anonymous: 410-822-4226 
Narcotics anonymous: 800-317-3222 
Al-Anon: 888-4AL-ANON
Adult Children of Alcoholics: 410-822-1601

PEER SUPPORT:
Talbot County Health Department 410-819-5620
Chesapeake Voyagers 410-822-1601 
Maryland Coalition of Families 410-730-8267  

MEDICATION DISPOSAL: DROP BOXES
Talbot County Sheriff’s Office
28712 Glebe Road
Accepts medications 24 hours/7 days
(drop box is located to the left of the main door, accessible 24-hours)

Maryland State Police Barrack
7503 Ocean Gateway in Easton
Accepts medications 24 hours/7 days

Oxford Police Department
101 Market St. in Oxford
Accepts medications weekdays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

FREE NARCAN TRAININGS

Narcan (Naloxone) is a life saving prescription drug that reverses the effects of an 
opioid overdose.

Call the Talbot County Health Department Prevention Office for 
FREE trainings at 410-819-5600. 

Maryland now has a standing order for Narcan, which means you no 
longer need a prescription. Call or talk with your pharmacist for details.

GOOD SAMARITAN LAW

Maryland’s Good Samaritan Law protects people who help with an overdose from prosecution for certain crimes.

CLICK HERE for the GSL fact sheet from Maryland’s Department of Health.