Providing integrated drug treatment services and criminal justice supervisionLearn More
To reduce drug trafficking and misuse by improving interagency collaboration, promoting accurate and timely information and intelligence sharing, and providing specialized training and other resources to its law enforcement, intelligence, treatment, and prevention initiatives.
News & Updates
Allegany County has been approved by the Office of National Drug Control Policy and Drug Enforcement to become part of the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas Program, U.S. Rep. David Trone (D-Md.) said Friday.
“Addicts desperately want to be free from the slavery of addiction; they just do not… Read More
Suspected overdoses nationally jumped 18 percent in March, 29 percent in April and 42 percent… Read More
Officials nationwide report spikes less than a year after the Trump administration touted progress in… Read More
Who We Are
Covering 26 Counties and 11 Cities
In 1994, the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) designated 13 jurisdictions in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Northern Virginia as a HIDTA region. Since then, the Washington/Baltimore (W/B) HIDTA’s boundaries have expanded to include 26 counties and 11 cities in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia.
Want to learn more about our programs, and get the latest news and updates delivered to your mailbox? Never miss a story! Sign up here to get our weekly e-newsletter, The HIDTA Weekly Journal.