Talbot Partnership Celebrates Community Efforts to Prevent Substance Abuse at Holiday Breakfast
Over 70 people representing a wide range of community organizations, public agencies, and government attended Talbot Partnership’s annual holiday breakfast at William Hill Manor in Easton. During the meal, guests shared their efforts in preventing substance abuse in Talbot County.
Talbot Partnership, which was founded in 1991 as a community coalition, encourages the community to recognize the problems and implement solutions related to alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse by implementing policies, promoting early intervention programs and building a community culture that favors drug-free youth. More than 80 individuals, agencies and organizations from all segments of the community are members of the coalition. For further information about how you can become involved, call 410-819-8067 or visit www.talbotpartnership.org
Pictured left to right are Cardeaner Robinson, MD Energy Assistance Division, Neighborhood Service Center; Pastor Greg Powell, Trinity Cathedral; and Marilyn Neal, Executive Director, Neighborhood Service Center.