Opioid, overdose crisis is focus of Kent County town hall Oct. 24

CHESTERTOWN — The Opioid Operational Command Center, which serves as the primary coordinating office for the state’s response to the opioid and overdose crisis, is visiting each of Maryland’s 23 counties and Baltimore City to hear from community members about how to do more to address the overdose crisis.

Kent’s town hall is 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 24 in the Kent County Commissioners’ hearing room, 400 High St., Chestertown.

The event is open to the public.

There will be presentations from state and local officials.

Members of the public also will be given an opportunity to speak and share their ideas for increasing support for people with substance use disorders and preventing overdoses.

To register, go to https://oocc-kent.eventbrite.com.

If you would like to provide public comment, you may elect to do so upon registration.

Speakers will be given two minutes and will be called on in the order in which their registration was received, time permitting.

You also can share your thoughts with the OOCC at any time by emailing help.oocc@maryland.gov.

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