Annapolis Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) Coalition

The ultimate goal of the ASAP coalition is to create positive community change in Annapolis.

Happy 2 Year Anniversary, ASAP!

About Us

It has been identified that there is a critical need for a community based coalition in the zip codes 21401 and 21403 located in Annapolis, Maryland.

Overall, Anne Arundel County’s most significant health issues are found in our very own community of Annapolis. As stated in the Anne Arundel Community Health Assessment of Need (CHNA), the city of Annapolis is ranked 2nd highest for alcohol consumption and abuse for ages 12 to 20.

In the summer of 2016, Serenity Sistas’ Inc. developed a partnership with Restoration Community Development Corporation (RCDC) to form the ASAP Coalition.

The Annapolis Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) coalition will work in the community promoting public health, safety, and wellness for Annapolis families and community members.

ASAP Coalition’s Mission
To facilitate healthy community change to prevent and reduce alcohol & opioid use, among youth & young adults, through locally lead collaborations & evidence-based prevention strategies.

ASAP Coalition’s Goal
To provide and implement early evidence-based prevention strategies reducing alcohol and drug use, among 12-17 year old Annapolis youth. 

The ASAP coalition will align themselves with the Maryland Strategic Prevention Framework (MSPF) goals by facilitating a systematic, data driven approach. We will generate and monitor priorities for the prevention, of the targeted population, of alcohol consumption levels and substance abuse in the City of Annapolis, Maryland.

Meeting Minutes & Agendas

Contact Us!

ASAP Coalition Coordinator: Angel Traynor
ASAP Coalition Co-Coordinator: Sheryl Menendez
ASAP Coalition Chair: Jerry Sutton
ASAP Coalition Co-Chair: Holly Frye-Atcherson

EMAIL – asap@preventsubstanceabuse.org

PHONE NUMBER – 443-837-5892

Follow Us On Snapchat: asapcoalition

Upcoming Meetings

Dec
12
Wed
Neighborhood Safety Meeting @ Annapolis Police Department
Dec 12 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Neighborhood Safety Meeting @ Annapolis Police Department | Annapolis | Maryland | United States

Anyone is welcome to attend this meeting. If you cannot attend you can view the meeting on our Facebook Page, live, or at your convenience. We always have one specific topic for the meeting and go over the current crime trends in Annapolis. Food will be served so please RSVP to Corporal Amy Miguez at 410-268-9000 ext. 7261 or amiguez@annapolis.gov.

 

Dec
13
Thu
Opioid Misuse Prevention Monthly Meeting @ AAMC - Clatanoff Pavilion - The Rotary Room (1st Floor)
Dec 13 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

DIRECTIONS

FROM ANNAPOLIS & THE EASTERN SHORE           FROM WASHINGTON, D.C., & POINTS WEST
Rt. 50 W to Jennifer Rd, Exit 23A.                                Rt. 50 E to Parole, Exit 23.
LEFT onto Jennifer Road.                                              Bear RIGHT onto West Street.
RIGHT onto Medical Parkway.                                     RIGHT onto Jennifer Road.
RIGHT at the next light.                                                LEFT onto Medical Parkway.
Park in GARAGE C.                                                 RIGHT at the next light & Park in GARAGE C.

FROM BALTIMORE
I-97 S to Rt 50 E to Parole, Exit 23.
Bear RIGHT onto West Street.
RIGHT onto Jennifer Road.
LEFT onto Medical Parkway.
RIGHT at the next light.
Park in Garage C

Dec
14
Fri
Opioid Overdose Response Training in Glen Burnie @ Anne Arundel County Department of Health - Glen Burnie
Dec 14 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Dec
18
Tue
ASAP Coalition Monthly Meeting – Daytime @ Annapolis Police Department - Education & Training Room
Dec 18 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

                             

Dec
27
Thu
Opioid Overdose Response Training in Annapolis @ Anne Arundel County Department of Health - Annapolis
Dec 27 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am