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Salisbury social work students present resources to CTS

In 2014 Talbot County ranked 5th out of Maryland’s 24 counties for self-reported abuse of heroin among high school students (Blue Ribbon Commission, 2014 status report).  Data from the Talbot County Addictions Program shows that opiate/heroin use in the county increased 264% between 2010 and 2012 (Talbot Family Network, 2013).  Addressing heroin addiction in a meaningful, results driven way, requires a multi-level approach; attacking the issue with community resources is part of that approach.

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