Bowie State University
Gaylord National Resort
Prince George's County Greenbelt Middle School
Prince George's County Administration Building
Prince George's County Memorial Library System (PGCMLS) - South Bowie
Prince George's County Playgrounds
Prince George's County Court House
Prince George's County Circuit Court
National Harbor Maryland
Prince George's County Sports and Learning Complex
University of Maryland College Park
Parks & Planning
An Affiliate of the National African American
Drug Policy Coalition, Inc.
(Headquartered in Washington, D.C.)
Member # 58612
The PGCDPC Scholarship 2021
is now OPEN! Please DOWNLOAD the application and mail by Friday, May 28, 2021
Applicants must reside in Prince George’s County, Maryland District 8 (Camp Springs, Clinton, Forest Heights, Fort Washington, Glassmanor, Marlow Heights, Oxon Hill)
Provide scholarships to high school seniors and college students
(over $100,000 to date)
internships for college
Speakers Bureau provides guest speakers to schools and businesses
Host "Read to Lead" and "Soaring to New Heights" Literary events
Sponsored a student delegation from Uganda that participated in the 4th World Children’s Festival on the National Mall
Co-sponsor Annapolis Day for Youth with MD State Delegate Tony Knotts
Host weekly radio shows “Real Talk” on pressing issues confronting our community both locally and nationally on WCBQ AM 1340 and WHNC AM 890. Shows are promoted on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, http://www.dralvin.net/tag/dr-valencia-Campbell/
and other social media platforms, etc.
To promote drug policies and laws that embrace the public health nature of drug abuse and provide a more effective
and humane approach to address the chronic societal problem of drug abuse.
The Prince George’s County Drug Policy Coalition, Inc. represents one of seven local affiliates of the National African American Drug Policy Coalition, Inc. Our national organization consists of a coalition of 25 preeminent organizations, including the Howard University School of Law, National Association of Black Social Workers, and the National Medical Association. Through the support of our national organization, interested organizational partners, and grassroots members like you, we hope to prevent and reduce illegal drug abuse and related crimes in Prince George’s County.
VALENCIA CAMPBELL, Ph.D.
JEROME W. (DUKE) HAGGINS
DIRECTOR OF MARKETING & PUBLIC RELATIONS
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT US...
“The Prince George’s County Drug Policy Coalition continues to drive home the message that sacrifice and patience are tremendous assets to achieving excellence in higher education.”
- Obie Patterson, Council Member, District 8, Prince George’s County, Maryland, Community Connection.
“Through the support of their national organization, interested organizational partners, and grassroots members like you (PGCDPC), they hope to prevent and reduce illegal drug abuse and related crimes in Prince George’s County.”
- Eugene W. Grant, Mayor, Seat Pleasant Maryland, Mayor Eugene W. Grant’s Monthly Roundup.
“We regard the PGCDPC chapter as one of its flagship chapters and leaders of the Nation.”
- Judge Arthur Burnett, Sr., National African American Drug Policy Coalition, Inc.
“The PGCDPC positively impacts the lives of countless members of Prince George’s County.”
- Delegate Kriselda Valderrama, 26th Legislative District.
“I salute your commitment to promoting healthy drug free lifestyles in our communities and especially, our schools to protect our most precious resource, our children.
- “Former Congresswoman Donna Edwards (4th Congressional District)
“As members of the Prince George’s County Board of Education, we support the vision and work of the Coalition and look forward to the Coalition doing great things in the community.”
- Carolyn M. Boston, Board Vice-Chair and Edward P. Burroughs, II, Board Member, District 8.
“The Coalition represents one of the best examples of shared community responsibility. The College of Professional Studies is proud to engage in an ongoing collaboration with the Coalition to improve our community.”
- Dr. Jerome Schiele, Former Dean, Bowie State University.