Alcohol & Drug Prevention Program

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Alcohol & Drug Prevention Program

The Alcohol & Drug Prevention Program helps people in our county understand why it's not a good idea to use alcohol and drugs. They teach residents, schools, and community groups about the problems and dangers linked to using these substances.


The Alcohol & Drug Prevention Program offers the following services and programs:

  • Dare to Be You Program
    This helps families with kids aged three to five learn about not using drugs.
  • Strengthening Families Program
    An initiative aimed at promoting healthy families while reducing the likelihood of child abuse and neglect.
  • Naloxone Outreach Education
    Teaches people how to recognize and help someone who might be in danger because of using opioids.
  • Communities That Care Program
    A program tailored to reducing delinquency and substance use among adolescents.
    Works to stop teenagers from doing things they shouldn’t, like using drugs or getting into trouble. 
  • Youth Ambassadors Training
    This training brings high school students and adults together to understand and respect each other.
  • Annual Alcohol and Drugs Public Awareness Campaigns
    Ongoing campaigns designed to raise public awareness about alcohol and drugs.

How Much Does It Cost?


Client Eligibility

Prince George’s County Residence

Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Appointment Line

Alcohol & Drug Prevention Program
Phone: 301-883-6121 | Fax: 301-883-7601

All of these services are free for people who live in Prince George's County. The program is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. If you want to make an appointment, you can call them at 301-883-6121 or fax at 301-883-7601.

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9201 Basil Court
Suite 318
Largo, MD 20774