On December 7, over 65 people representing a wide range of concerned citizens, community organizations, public agencies, and government attended Talbot Partnership’s annual holiday breakfast at Integrace Bayleigh Chase in Easton. Jayne Fitzgerald, Executive Director, stressed the importance of destigmatizing those suffering from Substance Use Disorder diseases and the importance of continued community commitment to drug awareness. Each guest was also given the opportunity to share their role in the community.
Through drug education, awareness, and advocacy, Talbot Partnership, which was founded in 1991, encourages the community to recognize that substance use disorders are chronic diseases of the brain and not character flaws. For further information about how you can become involved, call 410-819-8067 or visit www.talbotpartnership.org.