On Thursday, October 4, you can participate in a discussion with local leaders, community groups and addiction experts about warning signs for opioid addiction, treatment resources, and the proper disposal of medications.
The Heroin Overdose Prevention Effort (HOPE) House, an interactive, mobile exhibit will be on site to educate attendees about warning signs of substance use. The exhibit simulates a teenager’s bedroom with various indicators of drug use that families should look out for.
Confirmed speakers for the evening include: - State Senator Katherine Klausmeier - State Delegate Eric Bromwell - Baltimore County State’s Attorney Scott Shellenberger - Toni Torsch, Founder, Daniel Carl Torsch Foundation - Dr. Corneliu Sanda, Chief of Psychiatry, MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center
- Mark O'Brien, Executive Vice President of State and Local Affairs, Addiction Policy Forum - General Arthur Dean, Chairman and CEO, Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA) - Aliyah Horton, Executive Director, Maryland Pharmacists Association - Richard Henderson, East Baltimore Drug Free Community Coalition
We hope you will join us.