This site is a service of the Somerset County Health Department and the Somerset County Opioid Misuse Prevention Program (OMPP) and is funded by the State of Maryland’s Department of Health (MDH) and SAMHSA.  This site was created to provide information about:

  • Local treatment providers in Somerset County, MD                                                                                                                              2023 TRI-COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESOURCE GUIDE
  • Drug Take Back Boxes and safe drug disposal
  • Maryland’s Good Samaritan Law
  • Opioids, Heroin, Fentanyl, and Overdose
  • Naloxone and Narcan  
  • And other resources available

For more information you can call Somerset County Health Department 



Overdose Data To Date: 

As of April 2024, a total of 23 Somerset County residents have experienced a non-fatal opioid overdose, and sadly 1 life has now been lost due to an opioid overdose.      

Overdose Fatality Dashboard:


In The News:

March 2024: Why is Fentanyl Driving Overdose Deaths? A Yale Medicine addiction medicine specialist discusses how the synthetic opioid became a problem


February 2024: UCLA Health / About 22 high school age adolescents died each week from overdoses in 2022


January 2024: ABC News Video / Poisoned: America’s Fentanyl Crisis










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