Agency to use its expertise to help educate Baltimore County residents
BALTIMORE, MD, April 2023 — Baltimore County’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has hired Channel Communications to provide strategic, creative, online, social and traditional media services for a variety of upcoming public health communications efforts. Channel will kick off the relationship by addressing the topics of anti-stigma and fentanyl reduction.
Channel is being tasked with developing a new logo and look and feel for the County’s 88-REACH hotline. Along with establishing a unified campaign, and a themed branded mark, Channel will be creating a resource driven landing page to carry the message and engage visitors. The page will feature a strong call-to-action to further drive awareness about breaking the stigmas that surround dependency as well as educating on the dangers of fentanyl.
Rick Grant, Vice President at Channel Communications, stated, “The Channel team is honored to be working with the staff at Baltimore County. Substance abuse and honored to be working with the staff at Baltimore County. Substance abuse and nation. We hope that our efforts can help generate positive results.”
About the Channel Team
With offices in Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., Channel Communications provides a full range of integrated services, including branding, marketing, and advertising, corporate communications, broadcast, web design, and all forms of interactive, online, and digital media.