By Diane Lee, Public Information Officer, Garrett County Health Department
The Garrett County Health Department recently launched a new initiative addressing the prevention of methamphetamine use. A Community Planning Groups (CPG) training held on August 30, 2021, at Herrington Manor State Park kicked off the campaign. CPG members from Oakland, Crellin, Accident, Friendsville, and Kitzmiller attended the event and received training they will be able to use in their communities.
The CPG training included a methamphetamine presentation given by the Behavioral Health Unit of the Garrett County Health Department. The presentation addressed the physical, mental, and social changes caused with meth use. Resources on how to access help, and what to look for with meth use were also discussed.
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