Pathways, Anne Arundel Medical Center’s substance use and treatment center, is providing FREE prevention education outreach to camps, after-school programs, assisted living homes, parent groups, community health events and town-hall meetings. Pathways Prevention Education will coordinate national and state recognized prevention education and awareness events with your school, organization or group.
Pathways is also providing classroom-based substance abuse prevention for 7th and 8th grade students to reduce the experimental and continued use of drugs. Call Pathways at (410) 573-5400 for more information.
About Anne Arundel Medical Center
Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC), a regional health system headquartered in Annapolis, Md., serves an area of more than one million people. Founded in 1902, AAMC includes a 380-bed not-for-profit hospital, a medical group, imaging services, a substance use treatment center, and health enterprises. In addition to a 57-acre Annapolis campus, AAMC has outpatient pavilions in Bowie, Kent Island, Odenton and Waugh Chapel.
AAMC is nationally recognized for its joint replacement center, emergency heart attack response and cancer care. A leader in women’s services, AAMC delivers the state’s second highest number of births annually and has a Level 3b neonatal intensive care unit.
With more than 1,000 medical staff members, 3,900 employees and 750 volunteers, AAMC consistently receives awards for quality, patient satisfaction and innovation. To learn more, visit www.askAAMC.org.