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Maryland Drug Rehab Centers

Anne Arundel Counseling Inc. - Edgewater
Location: Edgewater, MD - 21037
Contact Phone: (410) 768-5988
Website: http://www.annearundelcounseling.com/
Description: Anne Arundel Counseling is an established private agency where your needs are considered first. We have a strong mission for helping individuals, families and community members achieve maximum personal growth. It is a place where clients can count on being understood and assisted in the most professional and confidential manner possible. We understand and respect each individual situation.
Associated Psychotherapists Of Md And Adept
Location: Glen Burnie, MD - 21061
Contact Phone: (410) 761-0725
Website: http://www.apmandadept.com/
Description: We are committed to the inherent worth and dignity of human beings and the right of all individuals to live fully and responsibly in today's difficult world. We are holistic in that we acknowledge all aspects of the person and the importance of creating a fit between the person and their environment. We believe that ongoing collaborative relationships with other professionals are essential for adequate service delivery and for meeting the varied needs of clients. To this end we work in association with a broad network of consulting Psychologists, Psychiatrists, L.C.S.W.'s, and Employee Assistance programs. This allows us to provide our clients with professional help in one location. We believe that people who use mood altering substances have the capacity to change and become substance free. But it takes commitment, time and effort. For the person who is abusing a mood altering substance, abstinence can be an overwhelming prospect. Especially, if the person feels he or she has it under control. We help our clients examine the nature and extent of their substance use in a safe, non-threatening atmosphere.
Warwick Manor Behavioral Health Inc
Location: East New Market, MD - 21631
Contact Phone: (410) 943-8108
Website: http://www.warwickmanor.org/
Description: Warwick Manor Behavioral Health (WMBH) provides inpatient addiction and co-occurring disorder treatment, in East New Market, Maryland. We also provide a sheltered living program for persons who are in the partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient programs. In service of its mission, Warwick Manor Behavioral Health, Inc. provides high quality, effective addiction treatment services to residents of Maryland, Delaware, Washington D.C., and portions of Virginia. These services shall include a continuum of treatment components that provide specialized care to meet the needs of various consumer groups. WMBH will provide leadership to meet the challenges in treating addicted individuals today and will foster continuous improvement in the quality of addiction education.
Institute Of Life And Health
Location: Upper Marlboro, MD - 20772
Contact Phone: (301) 627-3007
Website: http://www.instituteoflifeandhealth.com/
Description: The Institute of Life and Health is a multifaceted organization approved by the A.C.A.A. for its comprehensive, out-patient alcohol and drug treatment. It provides a 26-week long term alcohol and drug abuse group as well as a 12-week educational session. The Institute of Life and Health also offers both long and short term aftercare programs and DWI/DUI education programs.
Kolmac Clinic
Location: Columbia, MD - 21044
Contact Phone: (443) 276-0556
Website: http://www.kolmac.com/
Description: The Columbia, Maryland office of the Kolmac Clinic was opened in August of 2006 to meet the need for alcohol and drug treatment in the Howard County area. This office provides intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment, continuing care and family services. Clients at this office have the option of attending our Day or Evening program. The Day IOP program runs weekdays, from 10:00am to 1:00pm and the Evening IOP program runs weekdays, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. The continuing care and family group schedules vary, so please check with us for the current schedule.
Counseling Associates
Location: Salisbury, MD - 21804
Contact Phone: (410) 546-1692
Website: http://www.catherapy.com
Description: Counseling Associates (CA) provides effective, confidential, and caring counseling services to individuals, couples, and families. CA has served Delmarva with quality services since 1978 and has offices located in Salisbury and Berlin, Maryland. CA offers appointment times from 9:00 am till 8:00 pm several days a week. Simply contact us to setup an appointment. CA accepts most major insurances and will submit all necessary paperwork to bill insurance companies. CA's program for DUI Education/Addictions Services provides services on the weekend and is a cash only program.
Kent County Behavioral Health - Outpatient Addictions Services
Location: Chestertown, MD - 21620
Contact Phone: (410) 778-2616
Website: http://www.kenthd.org
Description: Assessment and treatment services for individuals and families dealing with chemical dependency and substance abuse issues. Court referred individuals and DWI offender groups meet the recommended guidelines of the Department of Motor Vehicles for DWI offenders. We will work with individuals who come to us on their own for help, have been referred by their lawyers or have treatment as a condition of their probation. Kent County Behavioral Health-Outpatient Addictions Services participates in the State of Maryland Buprenorphine Initiative Program. Customers are treated with group and individual therapy sessions by program counselors while also being monitored and provided Suboxone prescriptions by out program physician. The ultimate goal is improvement in overall quality of life while obtaining a clean and sober lifestyle. We have limited availability for customers serious about treating their opiate addiction.
Washington County Health Department - Women In Treatment Services
Location: Hagerstown, MD - 21742
Contact Phone: (240) 313-3321
Website: http://dhmh.maryland.gov/washhealth/
Description: Generally, chemical dependency affects all facets of a person's life; therefore, a holistic approach to treatment services is utilized with a global focus on emotional, mental, physical, spiritual, and social aspects of the individual, their family, and significant others. Tangible skills training is incorporated in the treatment process to improve and enhance quality of life. Identification and treatment of the disease are critical components to an individual's recovery process. In order to effectively treat the complexity of the disease of chemical abuse/dependency, a multi-disciplinary treatment team approach is used to provide individualized care and overall enhancement of the recovery process. Recovery is an ongoing and evolving process requiring frequent appraisal of problem areas and concerns potentially interfering with this process. Staff and consumers collaboratively develop individualized treatment plans encompassing the holistic ideology of healing body, mind, and spirit. Chemical abuse and dependency are viewed as a family illness. Recovery is strongly influenced by the participation of family members and significant others in the treatment process. Treatment is most effective when there is a commitment to provide a continuum of care for the individuals and families affected by substance abuse or dependency. We are dedicated and committed to providing a continuum of care, as well as, to collaborate and cooperate with other professionals, agencies, facilities, and support groups within the community.
Seafarers Addiction Rehabilitation Center
Location: Valley Lee, MD - 20692
Contact Phone: (301) 994-0010
Website: https://www.seafarers.org/memberbenefits/sarc.asp
Description: The Seafarers Addiction Rehabilitation Center is a private, non-profit residential treatment facility operated by the Seafarers Health and Benefits Plan as a proactive response to the problem of chemical dependency in the maritime industry. In operation since 1975, the program is designed to address alcohol and other drug issues relevant to the United States Merchant Mariner. The staff at the SARC understands chemical dependency to be a primary illness in itself, thereby compounding and contributing to problems in all life areas. SARC rehabilitation efforts are guided by the philosophy that is the foundation of all SIU efforts on behalf of the membership: “the development of the worker as a whole person, not just the person as a worker.” A seafarer may volunteer to attend the rehabilitation program or may be referred to treatment for job-related incidents involving alcohol and other drugs. These referrals may be made by the union, contracted companies, or the United States Coast Guard.
Father Martins Ashley
Location: Havre De Grace, MD - 21078
Contact Phone: (800) 799-4673
Website: http://www.fathermartinsashley.com
Description: Father Martin's Ashley is a place where people battling issues with alcohol, drug addiction, and/or chronic pain receive comprehensive inpatient treatment. We are a private, non-profit, Joint Commission-accredited treatment center and are not affiliated with, or supported by, any religious institution. We welcome people of all faiths and histories. Father Martin’s Ashley is a division of Ashley, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and has treated more than 40,000 patients, offering inpatient treatment as well as sobriety enrichment, community and family and children’s educational programs.
Kolmac Clinic
Location: Silver Spring, MD - 20910
Contact Phone: (240) 821-1222
Website: http://www.kolmac.com
Description: The Silver Spring, Maryland office of the Kolmac Clinic opened in 1973 as an outpatient alcohol treatment program. The program was co-founded by Dr. George Kolodner and Jim McMahon. It was the first intensive outpatient program (IOP) in the country. All other alcohol and drug rehabilitation at the time was being delivered on an inpatient, residential or partial-hospitalization basis. To date the Clinic has treated over 18,000 patients. This office provides ambulatory detoxification, intensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment, continuing care and family services. Clients at this office have the option of attending our Day or Evening program. The Day IOP program runs weekdays, from 10:00am to 1:00pm and the Evening IOP program runs weekdays, from 5:30pm to 8:30pm. The continuing care and family schedules vary, so please check with us for the current schedule.
Dorchester County Addictions Program
Location: Cambridge, MD - 21613
Contact Phone: (410) 228-7714
Website: http://www.dorchesterhealth.org/
Description: The Dorchester County Addictions Program (DCAP) provides assessments, referrals, client education and outpatient treatment for those identified as having some form of alcohol or other drug problem. These services emphasize the importance of a thorough assessment to determine if an individual is abusing or dependent on alcohol or other drugs of addiction.
Delmarva Counseling Center
Location: Delmar, MD - 21875
Contact Phone: (410) 896-2149
Website: http://onlinedcc.net/
Description: Delmarva Counseling Center has provided behavioral health services since 1989. We respect the client’s dignity and worth, with complete confidentiality as well as appreciate and respect diversity of individual differences. We values and maintains the highest professional ethical standards in fostering psychological well-being and development. Therapy is offered for individuals, groups, couples, families, marital, children, and adolescences.
Sinai Hospital Addictions Recovery Program (sharp)
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21215
Contact Phone: (410) 601-5355
Website: http://www.lifebridgehealth.org
Description: The Sinai Hospital Addictions Recovery Program (SHARP) is an outpatient substance use disorder treatment program for opioid addicted adults age 18 and above. SHARP is part of the Sinai Hospital Department of Psychiatry and is located in northwest Baltimore City. The program, which is partially grant-funded, provides services to uninsured and under-insured Baltimore City residents. SHARP espouses a medical model of treatment. Medication assisted treatment, utilizing methadone, is viewed as adjunctive to comprehensive treatment services including individual, group and family counseling; substance abuse education for patients and families; primary medical care (assessment and referral) for uninsured patients; fully integrated dual diagnosis services for the high percentage of patients with co-existing psychiatric disorders; on-site testing and counseling for HIV and sexually transmitted diseases; and linkage with additional services as needed.
Tuerk House, Inc. - The Weisman - Kaplan House
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21218
Contact Phone: (410) 467-5291
Website: https://www.tuerkhouse.org/
Description: Tuerk House, Inc. is a not-for-profit substance abuse treatment program established in Baltimore, Maryland in 1970. Tuerk House, Inc. provides residential and outpatient treatments and operates four recovery centers: Tuerk House Main Campus; Nilsson House, a Halfway House for Women; Weisman-Kaplan House, a Halfway House for Men; Howard House, a Halfway House for Men. Each of these four centers is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, the nation's predominant standards-setting and accrediting body in health care. To address the chronic, relapsing nature of alcoholism and addiction, Tuerk House, Inc. also provides on-going Peer Support to those who have graduated from residential and outpatient programs. Participants are never discharged from Peer Support. Tuerk House, Inc. recognizes that those in recovery face numerous challenges by providing "wraparound" services including job counseling and placement and parenting classes. Close ties are also maintained with other outpatient clinics and halfway houses throughout Baltimore City and Maryland. Tuerk House, Inc. is one of Baltimore’s key providers of residential and outpatient treatment for those suffering from alcoholism and drug abuse, regardless of their ability to pay. The Weisman - Kaplan House: 27-bed Halfway and Recovery House for Men.
Alternative Drug And Alcohol Counseling (adac)
Location: Hagerstown, MD - 21740
Contact Phone: (301) 766-0065
Website: http://www.adachelp.org/
Description: ADAC prides itself on understanding the ongoing process of addiction and substance abuse. This means an objective approach to treating the patient. ADAC has developed a drug and alcohol program which provides quality and supportive service to those individuals, families and significant others who are in need of understanding their substance abuses or those of others.
New Life Addiction Counseling & Mental Health Services
Location: Pasadena, MD - 21122
Contact Phone: (410) 255-4475
Website: http://www.newlifeacs.com/
Description: New Life Addiction Counseling & Mental Health Services provides outpatient treatment (including detox, if needed) for those struggling with substance abuse and drug and alcohol addiction, as well as for those with mental health issues. With an emphasis on total abstinence from alcohol and drugs, our treatment services are designed to motivate clients to develop strategies through education, self-awareness, therapy and counseling, and participation in specialized groups - strengthening life skills so they can successfully manage life’s struggles moving forward.
Thomas Comprehensive Counseling Services
Location: Greenbelt, MD - 20770
Contact Phone: (301) 585-2977
Website: http://www.tccs-inc.com/
Description: Thomas Comprehensive Counseling Services, Inc. is a private professional firm devoted to all areas of forensic, vocational, psychological and substance abuse research, counseling and rehabilitation currently serving disabled and injured workers in the District of Columbia, Virginia and Maryland. There is not one area of an alcoholic's or addicts life that is left unaffected by their addiction. Work and family life, emotional, psychological and physical health, sexual, financial and social aspects - everything is influenced by this disease which runs rampant in every socio-economic strata of our society. It may be difficult for those affected to believe, but a phone call to Thomas Comprehensive Counseling Services is what it takes to get help for yourself or someone you care about. The caring professionals at Thomas Comprehensive Counseling Services offer a comprehensive adult outpatient treatment program in Spanish and English. Alcohol and drug treatment programs and counseling are provided, and 24-hour help is always available. Generally, these include individuals, group, recreational, occupational and spiritual therapies. DUI and motor vehicle administration classes are offered throughout Maryland, satisfying the requirements of the Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA). Thomas Comprehensive Counseling Services also offers free consultation, family treatment and relapse prevention in a very flexible year-round schedule, seven days a week, including Christmas, Thanksgiving and all other holidays. The specialized counseling programs have helped many individuals overcome their addiction. If there is a decision to be made in your own life, give us a call and the understanding staff will show you the road to recovery.
Vesta Inc Substance Abuse Program
Location: Lanham, MD - 20706
Contact Phone: (240) 296-6300
Website: http://www.vesta.org
Description: Vesta offers comprehensive, flexible, and ongoing services for adults, children and adolescents with a wide range of psychological difficulties, including serious and persistent mental illness.
Anne Arundel Counseling Inc. - Stevensville
Location: Stevensville, MD - 21666
Contact Phone: (410) 768-5988
Website: http://www.annearundelcounseling.com/
Description: Anne Arundel Counseling is an established private agency where your needs are considered first. We have a strong mission for helping individuals, families and community members achieve maximum personal growth. It is a place where clients can count on being understood and assisted in the most professional and confidential manner possible. We understand and respect each individual situation.
Addiction Treatment Systems - Starting Point
Location: Brooklyn Park, MD - 21225
Contact Phone: (410) 609-0040
Website: http://www.addictiontreatmentsystems.com/
Description: For more then 20 years Addiction Treatment Systems has been the leading methadone treatment provider for Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia and the District of Columbia. Making a decision to seek treatment is just the Starting Point. What you do after you enter our treatment program will begin your journey to recovery. If you’re looking at this site, the chance is high that you are looking to enter treatment or you’re looking to get a family member or friend into treatment. Look no more. Starting Point is a private methadone program and has been serving the needs of the community since 2008. We are at the forefront of opiate addiction treatment in Anne Arundel, Baltimore and other surrounding counties. Starting Point is conveniently located on Ritchie Highway in Brooklyn Park, Maryland. Starting Point is accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and regulated by state and federal agencies. Upon entering treatment at Starting Point you will be greeted by staff that is kind, courteous and compassionate. Entering any type of treatment can be intimidating and the staff at Starting Point are here to put you at ease. Our Management Team and Medical Director have been working in the narcotics treatment field since the mid 1980's. The Treatment Team is composed of the Medical Director, Licensed Nurses, Master Level Clinicians and Certified Counselors. We use a person-centered approach to treatment. We have learned throughout the years that it’s not always about what “we” feel the person needs to work on, but more so what “they” want to work on. By doing so, we believe the results are displayed in better treatment outcomes, satisfaction for our clients, families and other stakeholders.
Emmorton Treatment Services
Location: Abingdon, MD - 21009
Contact Phone: (410) 569-5900
Website: http://www.emmortonpsych.com/
Description: Emmorton Psych provides mental health and substance abuse and addiction treatment. Emmorton Psych is a multidisciplinary group practice, with various professionals providing different treatment approaches to addresses your specific situation and needs. Clients are referred or may contact us directly. Emmorton Treatment Services is certified by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Programs meet State and Court requirements. Convenient day and evening groups.
First Step
Location: Reisterstown, MD - 21136
Contact Phone: (410) 526-7100
Website: http://www.firststepmd.com/
Description: First Step is certified by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene / Office of Health Care Quality to provide Early Intervention - DWI (Level 0.5), traditional Outpatient Treatment (Level I) and Intensive Outpatient Treatment (Level II.1) programs for substance use disorders. First Step is also a certified Youth Service Bureau and works with children, adolescents and families to deal with issues around parenting, truancy and delinquent behavior. We work to promote positive change at home and in school. First Step offers a Youth Employment and Training Program where participants prepare for taking the Maryland GED exam and are taught job search skills and assisted with job placement and follow-up. For the past 34 years, as a solution-focused treatment agency, our goal has been and is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve current challenges in your life. By applying best practice and evidence based treatment approaches and techniques, we will assist you in coping with long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. If you're looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation or you're just ready to move in a new direction in your life, we look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.
Valley House
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21231
Contact Phone: (410) 675-7765
Website: http://valleybridgehouse.yolasite.com/
Description: Valley House has served the community since 1955 when it established the first halfway house for male alcoholics in the State of Maryland. It was formed as a non-profit to aid and assist those destitute chronic alcoholics being released from jails and hospitals. The intent was to assist in arresting alcoholism through the use of the principles of sober living, counseling and rehabilitation. It's sister house, Bridge House, was founded in 1972 to accommodate the increasing requests for services. For over 50 years, Valley House, Inc. has held out the hand of hope to individuals who have sought recovery from alcoholism. It has held out the same compassion to persons who were otherwise chemically dependent. It remains dedicated to the care, treatment and rehabilitation of the suffering addicted person. Valley House, Inc. accepts males over 18 years of age that are medically stable, can provide self care and have a primary diagnosis of Substance Dependency Disorder as defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual and meet the American Medicines Placement Criteria. All clients are prescreened prior to admission to determine motivation and appropriateness for this treatment level. Clients are housed in a facility that promotes cleanliness and self-esteem. Clients are served three nutritious meals per day and snacks. All clients are subject to random Urinalysis testing and are required to attend a minimum of two (2) A.A. or N.A. Meetings per day.
Catoctin Summit Adolescent Program
Location: Sabillasville, MD - 21780
Contact Phone: (240) 420-5400
Website: http://dhmh.maryland.gov/washhealth/
Description: Residential Substance Abuse Treatment
Allied Counseling Group
Location: Frederick, MD - 21701
Contact Phone: (301) 698-7077
Website: http://www.alliedcounselinggroup.com/
Description: The business known as Allied Counseling Group was formed on December 1, 1991, with Kristin Milne-Glasser as sole proprietor, and was incorporated in Maryland in January 1999 as a limited liability corporation operating as Allied Counseling, LLC. Allied Counseling Group's principal place of business is 306 W. Patrick Street, Frederick, Maryland, with ancillary services offered in New Market. Ongoing program development has progressed with current research in the addictions and mental health field, as well as adding new services that meet public demand. In 2003, additional groups, including anger management, a certified Domestic Violence Batterers' Intervention Treatment program, and STEP parenting classes, were instituted. In addition to providing marriage and family therapy, adolescent services, and EAP services, Allied Counseling also became a resource for certified DOT/SAP services in March 2005. SMART Recovery, a non-12-Step alternative to the 12-Step model of addictions recovery, was added as a separate program in 2006. On-line and telephone counseling services were offered in early 2002 and continue to be a vital link to accessible and affordable mental health and crisis intervention. Since 1991, on-site public seminars and workshops have been offered on a variety of topics annually at no charge to participants, with additional training and consulting provided to a variety of local and state schools, colleges, businesses, and organizations. In 2004, Allied Counseling LLC was invited to participate in the local CASA Advisory Council and to provide training for CASA volunteers. In 2002, Allied Counseling was invited to participate in the Juvenile Services Task Force chaired by Honorable G. Edward Dwyer. Allied Counseling LLC was also invited to participate in the Frederick County Drug Court initiative, participating in both the training and steering committees, to implement delivery of drug court services in May 2004. Allied Counseling LLC also continues to offer internship opportunities and supervision for individuals who seek licensure and certification for entering the field of addictions treatment in Maryland.
Caroline County Health Department - Caroline Counseling Center
Location: Denton, MD - 21629
Contact Phone: (410) 479-1882
Website: http://www.carolinehd.org
Description: The Caroline Counseling Center offers education and individual and group therapy to those with drug and alcohol problems. The Addiction Program provides outpatient services at the Health Department and in the schools. Referrals to other treatment programs and agencies, as well as AA/NA, are made when appropriate.
Garrett County Health Department - Behavioral Health - Substance Abuse Program
Location: Oakland, MD - 21550
Contact Phone: (301) 334-7670
Website: http://www.garretthealth.org
Description: Our Mission: To promote, protect and improve the health of citizens and visitors of Garrett County.
First Step
Location: Cockeysville, MD - 21030
Contact Phone: (410) 628-6120
Website: http://www.firststepmd.com
Description: First Step is certified by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene / Office of Health Care Quality to provide Early Intervention - DWI (Level 0.5), traditional Outpatient Treatment (Level I) and Intensive Outpatient Treatment (Level II.1) programs for substance use disorders. First Step is also a certified Youth Service Bureau and works with children, adolescents and families to deal with issues around parenting, truancy and delinquent behavior. We work to promote positive change at home and in school. First Step offers a Youth Employment and Training Program where participants prepare for taking the Maryland GED exam and are taught job search skills and assisted with job placement and follow-up. For the past 34 years, as a solution-focused treatment agency, our goal has been and is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve current challenges in your life. By applying best practice and evidence based treatment approaches and techniques, we will assist you in coping with long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. If you're looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation or you're just ready to move in a new direction in your life, we look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.
Prince Georges County Health Department - Youth And Community Services Program
Location: Cheverly, MD - 20785
Contact Phone: (301) 583-5920
Website: http://www.princegeorgescountymd.gov/
Description: The Youth and Community Services Program provides substance abuse services to residents of Prince George's County who are between the ages of 11 and 18. We provide an all-inclusive approach to treating youth and their families who are experiencing challenges in life surrounding substance use and abuse issues. We offer individualized programming which focuses on healthy lifestyle changes and overall well- being.
Montgomery Recovery Services Inc
Location: Rockville, MD - 20850
Contact Phone: (301) 762-5300
Website: http://www.montgomeryrecovery.com/
Description: Recovery from addiction requires changes in behavior. Stabilizing an addict with a medically appropriate dose of methadone reduces the craving for opioids and allows the addict to focus on the steps he or she needs to take to begin making these changes. The goal of MRS is to assist our clients in the recovery process by providing the treatment services appropriate to their needs so that they can succeed in treatment. MRS provides comprehensive outpatient addiction treatment services through medication, individualized treatment planning, health and addiction education classes, and individual and group counseling so as to address each client's medical, psychiatric, vocational, and educational needs. Referrals to self-help groups and other community resources are also valuable tools that we employ in the therapeutic process. By addressing the specific needs of our clients, MRS is able to assist them in achieving their goals. Simply stated, the goal of MRS is to assist our clients in achieving a mature and productive lifestyle, free of substance abuse.
Integrative Counseling
Location: Millersville, MD - 21108
Contact Phone: (410) 740-8067
Website: http://www.integrative-counseling.com/
Description: Integrative Counseling is a State of Maryland Certified Substance Treatment Facility offering a broad range of educational and treatment services for adults and teens in a safe non-judgmental environment.
Addiction Treatment Systems - Another Way
Location: Takoma Park, MD - 20912
Contact Phone: (301) 434-2622
Website: http://www.addictiontreatmentsystems.com/
Description: For more then 20 years Addiction Treatment Systems has been the leading methadone treatment provider for Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia and the District of Columbia. Another Way is located in the city of Takoma Park, Maryland. We have been serving the needs of the community since 1995 and are at the forefront of opiate addiction treatment in the Takoma Park Community. Another Way is accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and regulated by state and federal agencies. The Management Team and Medical have been working in the narcotics treatment field since the early 1990's. The Treatment Team is composed of the Medical Director, Licensed Nurses, Master Level Clinicians and Certified Counselors.
Medbioworld: Medical Journals And Associations And Biology Resources
Location: Annapolis, MD - 21401
Contact Phone: (301) 571-9331
Website: http://www.medbioworld.com
Description: MedBioWorld is a premier online resource portal for professional medical and biotechnology information. The portal provides access to: Comprehensive lists of journals, with Thomson JCR ranking; Organizations; Specialized databases; Reference tools, such as dictionaries and calculators; Directories; Listings of careers and news
Mountain Manor Treatment Centers - Adult Outpatient Program Highlandtown
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21224
Contact Phone: (410) 276-0153
Website: http://mountainmanor.org/
Description: Mountain Manor Adult Outpatient Treatment Programs provide a comprehensive substance abuse treatment services continuum which includes assessment, education, prevention, treatment, and continuing care to meet the individualized needs of the adult patient and his/her family members. All programs offer individual, group and family counseling, relapse prevention, court referrals, addiction education, and drug testing.
Counseling Resource Associates
Location: Catonsville, MD - 21228
Contact Phone: (410) 788-4360
Website: http://www.catonsvilleaddictions.com/
Description: Counseling Resource Associates is a private, individually operated, state approved substance abuse program. The program is offered evenings and at individual times by appointment. Addiction is a disease which can be treated and recovery is possible.
Mountain Manor Treatment Centers - Adolescent & Young Adult Outpatient Programs
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21229
Contact Phone: (410) 233-1400
Website: http://mountainmanor.org/
Description: Mountain Manor Treatment Centers provide a full continuum of adolescent and young adult substance abuse, dual diagnosis and mental health services
Jai Medical Center
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21202
Contact Phone: (410) 327-5100
Website: http://www.jaimedicalcenter.com/
Description: At Jai Medical Center, we care about your health. For more than 40 years, Jai Medical Center has been proudly serving the Baltimore community. Jai Medical Center’s mission is to provide high quality, compassionate health care. to the people of Baltimore, regardless of their ability to pay. All Jai Medical Center locations accept Medicaid, HealthChoice, Medicare, Blue Cross / Blue Shield, Department of Social Services Disability Determination vouchers, foster care children, the homeless, and we offer care to the uninsured on a sliding fee schedule, based on the patient’s ability to pay.
University Of Maryland - Needle Exchange Treatment Program
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21201
Contact Phone: (410) 837-3313
Website: http://medschool.umaryland.edu/
Description: The Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse is a separate division within the Department, but its services cut across all other divisions. In FY’08, the division provided approximately 4,040 consultations to about 10% of the Medical Center’s patients. In addition, the Division provided 6,072 visits at its Intensive Outpatient Clinic, 4,035 visits at its Maternal Substance Abuse Clinic, and 9,000 visits in its Methadone Clinic (not including greater than 100,000 medication visits). Among the other innovative clinical programs offered by the Division with funding from the State of Maryland and Baltimore City are its Needle Exchange Program, Deaf Addiction Program, and Addiction Services for Post-Partum Women. This last program provides childcare services for addicted mothers while they attend treatment.
Penn North Behavioral Health
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21217
Contact Phone: (410) 728-2080
Website: http://www.penn-north.com/
Description: Penn North offers an integrated, community-based addiction treatment and wellness program. Acupuncture, outpatient counseling, job readiness and training, and a variety of healing modalities are available to assist individuals seeking to recover their lives by better understanding their relationships with addictive substances. The innovative combination of treatment modalities offered at Penn North have helped thousands of people on their path to wellness by allowing them to take control of their lives and their health.
Ashley Outpatient Treatment Program
Location: Bel Air, MD - 21014
Contact Phone: (443) 760-3456
Website: http://www.fathermartinsashley.org/
Description: The Ashley Outpatient Treatment Program provides a highly effective model of treatment combining evidence-based treatment practices with innovative therapies to achieve lasting recovery. Our outpatient treatment program provides compassionate, affordable, personalized and professional treatment for adults 18 and over suffering from disorders of alcohol and drug use. We offer an environment that understands and nurtures the individual. We work closely with other professionals involved in the client’s care to achieve a higher level of mental, physical and emotional well-being. Assessments for co-occurring disorders will be completed and when needed, patients will be referred to medical and mental health care providers in the community for ongoing care. We accept most commercial insurance, self-pay and medical assistance. We do not accept Medicare, Commercial Kaiser Permanente or Tricare.
Mountain Manor Treatment Centers - Adult Outpatient Program
Location: Westminster, MD - 21157
Contact Phone: (410) 876-2425
Website: http://mountainmanor.org/
Description: Mountain Manor Adult Outpatient Treatment Programs provide a comprehensive substance abuse treatment services continuum which includes assessment, education, prevention, treatment, and continuing care to meet the individualized needs of the adult patient and his/her family members. All programs offer individual, group and family counseling, relapse prevention, court referrals, addiction education, and drug testing. The Frederick Avenue and Westminster sites offer Medication Assisted Therapy in our specialized Opioid Treatment programs. All programs offer dual diagnosis treatment for those individuals with co-occurring mental health disorders. An Early Intervention Program that includes a DWI Education and Treatment program certified by the State of Maryland and approved by the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration is offered at several locations.
Ryan Rehabilitation Llc
Location: Montgomery Village, MD - 20886
Contact Phone: (301) 258-7771
Website: http://www.ryanrehabilitation.com/
Description: Ryan Rehabilitation LLC is a State of Maryland Certified provider of DWI/DUI Education and Treatment as required by the court system, Probation Officers, Attorneys at Law and the Motor Vehicle Administration. We are also recognized as a Drug and Alcohol Treatment provider in other states, if you have your DUI/DWI charge while using a Driver's License of another state. These states include New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Florida, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington, DC and others. Our services are also recognized as an appropriate program for other related concerns, such as Probation Violations, Drug and Criminal charges, or as recommended by other entities. The first step to see if you are appropriate for a 12-hour alcohol and drug education program, or 26 Sessions of alcohol and drug treatment program is to call us to schedule an assessment appointment. Each case is unique and we need to assess your specific circumstances in order to determine which program is best suited for your needs. After receiving a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) / Driving While Impaired (DWI) or related charge, clients will need to complete either a Treatment or Education Program for Drugs and Alcohol. It is best to complete an evaluation first to determine the level of treatment needed before going to court or your MVA hearing. Whether you initiate this process voluntarily or by order of the court, it is favorable that you begin the process as soon as you can. Ryan Rehabilitation LLC offers a 12-hour brief education program for adults. This program is certified by the State of Maryland as an Early Intervention Level 0.5 DWI Education. Clients will learn about the effects of alcohol or drug(s) in their life, their brain, driving patterns, family relations, and the legal system. It includes appropriate DUI/DWI-related education program topics. It is recommended that you start the process before going to court. Attorneys often tell us judges appreciate a client who is proactive and shows initiative in at least starting Treatment before appearing in court. Most often, a judge will mandate that a client complete all of their treatment program, whether it is 12 Hours or 26 sessions. Ryan Rehabilitation LLC Offers the 26 session of group counseling for alcohol and drug Treatment Program - Intensive Outpatient. This program is certified by the State of Maryland. Level 0.5 - Early Intervention. Level I - Outpatient Treatment. Level II.I - Intensive Outpatient. The goal of Ryan Rehabilitation is to help clients reflect on their use of substances and to align their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors towards healthy and productive actions, focusing on achieving personal goals. Ryan Rehabilitation works with every individual from a strength-based perspective, highlighting each individual's attributes and qualities in overcoming their challenges. As substance abuse and substance dependence impedes an individual’s ability to achieve his or her goals, Ryan Rehabilitation aids individuals in achieving abstinence from the use of mood-altering substances. Please call us and let us know how we may be of Service! We want to help you recover your driver's license and help you get your life back on track.
Walden/sierra, Inc. - Compass House And Dockside
Location: California, MD - 20619
Contact Phone: (301) 997-1300
Website: http://www.waldensierra.org/
Description: Compass and Dockside offer long-term residential treatment options to adults. The Compass Program provides a transitional house environment for men seeking an environment supportive of stabilizing recovery. The Dockside Program provides a transitional house environment for women seeking an environment supportive of stabilizing recovery. Individuals residing at Compass and Dockside participate in treatment and care management services.
Worcester County Health Department - Worcester Addictions Cooperative Service Center (w.a.c.s. Health Center)
Location: Ocean City, MD - 21842
Contact Phone: (410) 213-0202
Website: http://www.worcesterhealth.org/
Description: Substance abuse treatment and referral services for adults and adolescents are available. Worcester County Health Department serves primarily Worcester County residents experiencing some level of a substance abuse problem with alcohol and/or drugs. The program offers a number of different levels of treatment, at several sites. Patient placement is based on assessed individual assessed needs of each patient. In general, the program offers behavioral health assessments, DWI education program, individual and group counseling for substance abuse, gambling and/or dual diagnosis concerns. The Behavioral Health Program also offers case management referral services, family consultation, crisis intervention, urinalysis, adolescent services, and other specialized services. Anyone who feels he or she has a problem with alcohol and/or drugs is eligible for the program and fees are calculated on a sliding scale. Most insurance plans are accepted. Inability to pay should not be a reason for not contacting one of our offices for help. Our Addictions Program is fully accredited by The Joint Commission.
Worcester County Health Department - Addictions Program
Location: Pocomoke City, MD - 21851
Contact Phone: (410) 957-2005
Website: http://www.worcesterhealth.org/
Description: Substance abuse treatment and referral services for adults and adolescents are available. Worcester County Health Department serves primarily Worcester County residents experiencing some level of a substance abuse problem with alcohol and/or drugs. The program offers a number of different levels of treatment, at several sites. Patient placement is based on assessed individual assessed needs of each patient. In general, the program offers behavioral health assessments, DWI education program, individual and group counseling for substance abuse, gambling and/or dual diagnosis concerns. The Behavioral Health Program also offers case management referral services, family consultation, crisis intervention, urinalysis, adolescent services, and other specialized services. Anyone who feels he or she has a problem with alcohol and/or drugs is eligible for the program and fees are calculated on a sliding scale. Most insurance plans are accepted. Inability to pay should not be a reason for not contacting one of our offices for help. Our Addictions Program is fully accredited by The Joint Commission.
Pine Heights Comprehensive Treatment Center
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21229
Contact Phone: (877) 941-8948
Website: http://www.marylandctc.com/
Description: Pine Heights Comprehensive Treatment Center is a top medication assisted treatment provider for those who are grappling with an opioid addiction. Supplying treatment options for both women and men who are at least 18 years of age or older, Pine Heights Comprehensive Treatment Center offers complete care that involves a blend of effective medications and therapeutic elements. With a team of experienced nurses, doctors, and counselors, Pine Heights Comprehensive Treatment Center is proud to be able to provide an environment that is both safe and inviting as patients work towards a complete recovery. Those who are battling with an addiction to heroin, morphine, prescription painkillers, or other opioids will receive understanding and compassionate care from each one of our staff members. All staff members work hard to monitor each patient’s care, including the prescription and administration of their medications. At Pine Heights Comprehensive Treatment Center, we provide the following safe and effective medications: Vivitrol, Methadone, Suboxone, Subutex. The type of medication that will be prescribed will be decided based on each patient’s unique needs and overall health. Dosages and changes in medication will remain individualized so each patient is accommodated. All activity surrounding medications will be conducted by one of our experienced physicians. To provide patients with a complete treatment experience for their opioid addictions, we, at Pine Heights Comprehensive Treatment Center, believe that therapy must be included into each treatment plan. It is beyond important for each patient to understand and acknowledge the causes behind his or her opioid addiction so that he or she can begin developing positive outlets for processing emotions during recovery. In addition, we feel that each patient can benefit tremendously from creating a support system of other individuals that have battled addictions too. Therefore, at Pine Heights Comprehensive Treatment Center, we are pleased to provide the below listed therapies: Individual therapy, Group therapy. If you or someone you love is battling an opioid addiction, we encourage you to obtain the life-changing care we supply at Pine Heights Comprehensive Treatment Center. We are determined to help you rebuild a happy, healthy, drug-free life.
Right Turn-impact
Location: Eldersburg, MD - 21784
Contact Phone: (410) 581-4900
Website: http://www.impactdui.com/
Description: Right Turn-IMPACT, Formerly Right Turn of Maryland, is a premier residential recovery and treatment program in Maryland. We specialize in education, treatment, counseling and recovery alternatives for individuals suffering from alcohol/drug abuse and addiction. For people with DUI charges and other substance-related legal consequences, Right Turn-IMPACT is the most cost-effective alternative in the Mid-Atlantic region. Our programs are state-certified, court-recognized, and MVA-approved programs. We offer 24-hour supervised residential services in our private, minimum-security facility. Our comprehensive residential services and certified treatment programs provide affordable alternatives to jail and expensive treatment centers.
Somerset County Health Department - Behavioral Health
Location: Westover, MD - 21871
Contact Phone: (443) 523-1790
Website: http://somersethealth.org/
Description: Behavioral Health refers to the relationship between human behavior and the well-being of the body, mind and spirit. Our programs and services incorporate the latest scientific knowledge and techniques to support individuals prevent, manage and recover from the burden of chronic disease. Highly trained staff deliver these services in a welcoming, confidential environment with the goal of helping you achieve and maintain the behaviors necessary to support a healthy, balanced and productive life. Let us assist you through one or several of our evidence-based, quality programs.
Family Services Inc. - The Landing
Location: Gaithersburg, MD - 20877
Contact Phone: (240) 683-6580
Website: http://www.fs-inc.org/
Description: At The Landing, our mission is to provide a comprehensive array of recovery and support services to Montgomery County youth through programs designed to support youth through their recovery process, and engage them in their own recovery. This is accomplished through activities that promote development in the areas of: Education, Vocation and Career, Recovery from Substance Abuse, Social/Recreational, and Healthy Living. We are committed to providing a safe and positive environment for youth. Our staff support a safe, non-judgmental, confidential and inclusive environment to promote youth development skills in leadership, team building, problem-solving, positive relationships, responsibility and confidence. We serve Montgomery County’s youth, ages 12 - 17 years of age and who are currently receiving substance abuse treatment or have recently been released from treatment. The Landing is a FREE and voluntary youth program.
University Of Maryland - Maternal Substance Abuse Clinic
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21201
Contact Phone: (410) 328-6600
Website: http://umm.edu/
Description: The Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse is a separate division within the Department, but its services cut across all other divisions. In FY’08, the division provided approximately 4,040 consultations to about 10% of the Medical Center’s patients. In addition, the Division provided 6,072 visits at its Intensive Outpatient Clinic, 4,035 visits at its Maternal Substance Abuse Clinic, and 9,000 visits in its Methadone Clinic (not including greater than 100,000 medication visits). Among the other innovative clinical programs offered by the Division with funding from the State of Maryland and Baltimore City are its Needle Exchange Program, Deaf Addiction Program, and Addiction Services for Post-Partum Women. This last program provides childcare services for addicted mothers while they attend treatment.
Worcester County Health Department - Addictions Program
Location: Snow Hill, MD - 21863
Contact Phone: (410) 632-1100
Website: http://www.worcesterhealth.org
Description: Substance abuse treatment and referral services for adults and adolescents are available. Worcester County Health Department serves primarily Worcester County residents experiencing some level of a substance abuse problem with alcohol and/or drugs. The program offers a number of different levels of treatment, at several sites. Patient placement is based on assessed individual assessed needs of each patient. In general, the program offers behavioral health assessments, DWI education program, individual and group counseling for substance abuse, gambling and/or dual diagnosis concerns. The Behavioral Health Program also offers case management referral services, family consultation, crisis intervention, urinalysis, adolescent services, and other specialized services. Anyone who feels he or she has a problem with alcohol and/or drugs is eligible for the program and fees are calculated on a sliding scale. Inability to pay should not be a reason for not contacting one of our offices for help. The assessment contact number is 410-632-1100. Most insurance plans are accepted. Inability to pay should not be a reason for not contacting one of our offices for help. Our Addictions Program is fully accredited by The Joint Commission.
Queen Annes County Department Of Health - Addictions Treatment And Prevention Services
Location: Centreville, MD - 21617
Contact Phone: (410) 758-1306
Website: http://www.qahealth.org
Description: The Addictions Treatment and Preventions Services offer assessments; individua, group, and family counseling; referrals and prevention services for adults. Since alcoholism and drug addiction are chronic, progressive, potentially fatal diseases, a personal commitment with the support of community resources helps individuals and their families in this lifelong recovery proces.
Calvert Substance Abuse Services
Location: Lusby, MD - 20657
Contact Phone: (410) 535-3079
Website: http://www.calverthealth.org
Description: The Health Department is committed to providing access to effective substance abuse treatment services to residents of all ages in Calvert County. We also want to build a system that supports research base prevention strategies and activities at the community level.
Family Services Inc. - Step Ahead
Location: Germantown, MD - 20874
Contact Phone: (240) 686-0707
Website: http://www.fs-inc.org/
Description: The overall goal of Step Ahead is to provide quality outpatient substance abuse treatment and education for persons seeking to overcome and recover from drug and alcohol problems. In addition, Step Ahead provides supportive counseling services to Veterans and their families.
Kimbrough Ambulatory Care Center - Army Substance Abuse Program Clinic
Location: Fort George G. Meade, MD - 20755
Contact Phone: (301) 677-8538
Website: http://kacc.narmc.amedd.army.mil/
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Suburban Hospital - Behavioral Health
Location: Bethesda, MD - 20814
Contact Phone: (301) 896-2331
Website: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/
Description: Suburban Hospital provides an array of comprehensive behavioral health services for individuals with emotional problems, mental illness and addictive diseases, as well as some services designed to foster mental health. Our philosophy of treatment emphasizes respect for patient and family, with the goal of providing care at the least restrictive level possible and within the local community. Our primary service area is lower Montgomery County; however, we are recognized within the greater metropolitan D.C. area as a regional provider of mental health and addiction services. All behavioral programs are licensed by the State of Maryland and are accredited by The Joint Commission.
Calvert Substance Abuse Services
Location: Chesapeake Beach, MD - 20732
Contact Phone: (410) 535-3079
Website: http://www.calverthealth.org
Description: The Health Department is committed to providing access to effective substance abuse treatment services to residents of all ages in Calvert County. We also want to build a system that supports research base prevention strategies and activities at the community level.
Alliance Inc.
Location: Rosedale, MD - 21237
Contact Phone: (410) 574-7700
Website: http://www.allianceinc.org/
Description: Alliance fosters hope and opportunities for people with disabilities and mental health needs to realize their dreams. Alliance provides community-based services to people living with mental illness and developmental disabilities, as well as veterans facing homelessness. With a focus on individual choices, needs, and strengths, Alliance’s recovery-oriented continuum of services help people live more independently and achieve their hopes and dreams. At Alliance, we create an environment where every person matters.
Charles County Health Department - Substance Abuse Services
Location: White Plains, MD - 20695
Contact Phone: (301) 609-6600
Website: http://www.charlescountyhealth.org/
Description: Our services are founded on the belief that Chemical Dependency is a treatable disease that affects individuals, their families and the community. We provide a broad array of services to Charles County residents that request our help. Services are confidential and are based on a sliding scale.
Joppa Health Services, Inc.
Location: Joppa, MD - 21085
Contact Phone: (410) 538-5809
Website: http://www.metworkhealthservices.com/
Description: This Program is committed to providing the highest quality methadone maintenance therapy, by employing competent, qualified, and courteous staff and adhering to the best practices in the field, in order to enhance the lives of the people we serve. Client centered addiction treatment at an affordable price is available here. We specialize in the treatment of opioid dependence. Treatment at one of our four locations includes assessments, methadone maintenance, drug counseling and treatment planning developed by you for you. We have been providing treatment for almost twenty years in the Baltimore and D.C. area.
The Jude House Inc.
Location: Bel Alton, MD - 20611
Contact Phone: (301) 932-0700
Website: http://www.judehouse.org/
Description: In 1972, a recovering alcoholic temporarily housed a friend in a cabin off of U.S. Route 301, about 10 miles south of La Plata. The friend had an alcoholic drinking pattern and was attempting to quit. Others in the recovering community volunteered their support and over time other suffering alcoholics used the small building as a "Home on the Road to Recovery." In 1974, a farmhouse in the Dentsville area was offered, and the Jude House activities moved there. Volunteers continued to see to the needs of men attempting to stop drinking. Supporters of the Jude House successfully petitioned the Charles County Government for use of the old Bel Alton School building for their on-going work. The Jude House opened there in October of 1979. The Jude House has grown from a strictly volunteer effort to help one man, into an organized program of recovery operated by both professional staff and volunteers. Over the years, the Jude House has responded to the needs of the addicted by offering whatever treatment services appeared to be most necessary. In 1989, a grant made major renovations possible at the Bel Alton location. In 1992, the Bel Alton building was reopened and the Jude House began its present program -- a nonprofit, long-term, live-in/work-out format. In November 2012, the Jude House began outpatient treatment in order to be able to provide a more extensive treatment plan for recovery.
Patuxent River Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program
Location: Patuxent River, MD - 20670
Contact Phone: (301) 342-3824
Website: http://www.med.navy.mil/sites/paxriver
Description: The Patuxent River Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program is dedicated to providing safe, caring, and effective substance abuse treatment services to eligible beneficiaries in a timely and accessible manner, bringing hope and recovery to our patients with substance abuse problems. The staff is committed to the enhancement of quality living through prevention, early identification, and individualized treatment strategies to promote wellness for individuals and their families. Utilizing a patient and family-centered approach to change, SARP provides quality psycho-education and therapeutic interventions for patients, their families, and significant others that promote health lifestyle changes and long-term sobriety.
Walden/sierra Inc - Anchor Residential Treatment
Location: Charlotte Hall, MD - 20622
Contact Phone: (301) 997-1300
Website: http://www.waldensierra.org/
Description: Anchor Residential Treatment provides medically monitored detoxification, medical stabilization, counseling and continuing care planning services. Services in this intermediate care facility and length of stay are based on individual need. For those eligible for Net Recovery Services, the Anchor program provides portal and care coordination services. Anchor also offers on-site extended/long term residential care (residential services with Intensive Outpatient Treatment and, as needed mental health, psychiatric services, and medication assisted treatment) in a program called North Star.
A New Way Clinic
Location: Crofton, MD - 21114
Contact Phone: (410) 451-7323
Website: http://www.anewwayclinic.com/
Description: A New Way Clinic is a State Certified Program located in Crofton, Maryland. We offer a variety of education, counseling and treatment groups, along with general treatment information. We have been providing our services to residents of Anne Arundel and Prince Greorge's counties and the surrounding areas since 1998.
Alcohol And Drug Recovery (adr)
Location: Waldorf, MD - 20602
Contact Phone: (301) 932-9720
Website: http://www.adronline.net/
Description: Thoughts - Feelings - Behavior is a cognitive process that can create a cycle of addiction. At ADR we re-frame the thoughts, and talk about the feelings so the client can choose different behaviors instead of the desire to reach for a drink or a drug. We work to move clients past denial into acceptance and then empower them to make choices that will support long-term recovery. ADR is the oldest free-standing private outpatient treatment service in Maryland. Started in 1982 in Prince George's county we now serve clients in Anne Arundel, Charles, and Prince George's Counties. We are licensed by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene in Maryland and certified by the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) to provide early intervention for first time DWI/DUI offenders. The executive director is Fritz Schmidt, M.A. Mr. Schmidt has worked in alcohol and drug treatment since 1987 and has developed treatment protocols throughout Maryland for special populations, for inpatient as well as outpatient treatment and served from 2007-13 as the Vice President of the Maryland Addiction Directors Council (MADC).
Phoenix Recovery Center
Location: Edgewood, MD - 21040
Contact Phone: (410) 671-7374
Website: http://www.phoenixrecoverycenter.com
Description: The mission of Phoenix Recovery Center is to provide professional, caring treatment for men and women suffering from alcohol and drug addiction. We instill hope to those seeking recovery and a better way of life. Phoenix Recovery Center provides a safe and supportive environment where one can achieve sobriety.
Adventist Healthcare Behavioral Health & Wellness Services At Washington Adventist Hospital
Location: Takoma Park, MD - 20912
Contact Phone: (301) 891-5615
Website: http://www.adventisthealthcare.com
Description: Adventist HealthCare Behavioral Health & Wellness Services provides a wide-ranging spectrum of behavioral health services and treatment options for children, adolescents, adults and seniors.
University Of Maryland - University Health Center - Substance Use Intervention & Treatment
Location: College Park, MD - 20740
Contact Phone: (301) 314-8106
Website: http://health.umd.edu/
Description: The Substance Use Intervention and Treatment (SUIT) programs serve the University of Maryland at College Park community by providing a variety of supportive services focused on substance use. Our purpose is to promote the healthy development of students, enabling them to reach their full potential. We aim to encourage students to explore their options and ultimately make choices that are positive for them as individuals.
Recovery Network
Location: College Park, MD - 20740
Contact Phone: (301) 345-1919
Website: http://www.recoverynetwork.org/
Description: Recovery Network is a subsidiary or University Psychological Center, Inc. UPC, Inc. is a private mental health and substance abuse organization that has provided a full range of psychiatric and addiction services in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area since 1976. Recovery Network is a comprehensive addictions treatment center that offers services to those who are in all stages of recovery. We believe that comprehensive and intensive treatment can arrest the disease and help the afflicted and their families return to a healthy lifestyle. Staffed with a multi-disciplinary team of certified counselors, licensed therapists, psychiatrists, and allied health professionals, Recovery Network offers four levels of care: Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient, Residential services at both the III.1 and III.3 ASAM Intensity Levels, plus a certified DUI/DWI program. We have over 100 halfway house beds for both short and long-term care in treating males, females, and women with children. Depending upon clinical need, Recovery Network offers twenty-five core program services.
Prince Georges County Health Department - Dyer Treatment Program (southern Region)
Location: Clinton, MD - 20735
Contact Phone: (301) 856-9400
Website: http://www.princegeorgescountymd.gov/
Description: Specialized services are available at this location for adult County residents 18 years older.
Epoch Counseling Center - Essex
Location: Essex, MD - 21221
Contact Phone: (410) 574-2500
Website: http://www.friendsresearch.org
Description: Epoch Counseling Center is a comprehensive outpatient treatment program for people whose lives have been adversely affected by alcohol and other drugs. We also provide counseling services for a variety of mental health conditions. Epoch has been providing valuable services to the community of Baltimore County for over 40 years. We provide a variety of therapeutic, preventive and educational services to children, teenagers, adults and their families. In addition, we offer mental health and substance abuse education to community organizations.
Epoch Counseling Center - Catonsville
Location: Catonsville, MD - 21228
Contact Phone: (410) 744-5937
Website: http://www.friendsresearch.org
Description: Epoch Counseling Center is a comprehensive outpatient treatment program for people whose lives have been adversely affected by alcohol and other drugs. We also provide counseling services for a variety of mental health conditions. Epoch has been providing valuable services to the community of Baltimore County for over 40 years. We provide a variety of therapeutic, preventive and educational services to children, teenagers, adults and their families. In addition, we offer mental health and substance abuse education to community organizations.
A. F. Whitsitt Center
Location: Chestertown, MD - 21620
Contact Phone: (410) 778-6404
Website: http://www.kenthd.org/
Description: The A. F. Whitsitt Center is a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week residential treatment facility offering treatment to adults ages 18 and over suffering from chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders.A professional treatment team comprised of nurses, addiction counselors and staff physician as well as social worker, care coordinator and psychiatrist. A combination of their skills and experience provide a complete program tailored to the needs of each patient. Our program is a variable length of stay with referral to sober living housing as needed. The A.F. Whitsitt Center also offers a medically monitored Detoxification for alcohol, opiate and/or benzodiazepine dependent individuals.
Family Health Centers Of Baltimore, Inc. - Cherry Hill
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21225
Contact Phone: (410) 354-2000
Website: http://fhcb.org/
Description: The Family Health Centers of Baltimore (FHCB) Behavioral Health Department is a comprehensive program that provides outpatient substance abuse treatment, rehabilitative services, educational services, preventive services and primary care services for individuals who suffer from the disease of addiction, mental health disorders, HIV/AIDS and other somatic problems. The Behavioral Health Department of the Family Health Centers of Baltimore understands the complex nature of the patients we serve and employs a holistic treatment approach to ensure that services are integrated (integrated system of care) to address the needs of the patients we serve. The Behavioral Health Department makes every effort to ensure that the department operates from the Recovery Oriented System of Care model by integrating the patients we serve, their families and the community as active participants of the treatment process.
Renaissance Treatment Center
Location: Capitol Heights, MD - 20743
Contact Phone: (301) 925-2255
Website: http://www.rmgrtc.org/
Description: The Renaissance Treatment Center offers affordable, confidential addiction and mental health related programs. Servicing the Washington Metropolitan area for over 18 years, our facility is centrally located in Prince Georges County. We provide Outpatient Addictions, Mental Health and Co-Occurring issues treatment. Since 1997, the Renaissance Treatment Center has served over 20,000 adults.
A Helping Hand Health Services Llc
Location: Woodlawn, MD - 21207
Contact Phone: (410) 653-0021
Website: http://www.ahelpinghandmd.com/
Description: A HELPING HAND HEALTH SERVICES, LLC provides drug treatment to adults addicted to opiates. Treatment for severe opiate addiction incorporates Methadone Maintenance, counseling, and medical services to support good health. Methadone reduces the cravings for opiates and prevents the onset of withdrawal symptoms. With time, effort, and commitment, methadone may allow you to lead a more stable life. Counseling helps you set priorities, structure your life, and deal with the problems created by drug abuse.
Talbot County Addictions Program
Location: Easton, MD - 21601
Contact Phone: (410) 819-5602
Website: http://www.talbothealth.org
Description: The mission of the Talbot County Addictions Program (TCAP) is to provide the finest quality, most caring and complete professional addictions treatment to adults and families. We aspire to improve the quality of life for our clients and our community by reducing problems associated with drugs and alcohol. The Talbot County Addictions Program (TCAP) provides screening, assessment, individual and group counseling ,referral and care coordination services to adults, adolescents and their families who have problems with alcohol and drugs. Outpatient treatment addresses the chronic nature of addiction as a disease process and provides participants skills to avoid relapse. There is an emphasis on learning how to use community supports (AA/NA) effectively while being a member of a structured treatment program. Programs offered include relapse prevention, women’s group, co-occurring treatment, detention-based treatment, adolescent services, family education and support, care coordination, Spanish services, traditional and enhanced adult outpatient treatment and drug courts. Program Funded by DHMH Grants, Medicaid, private insurance and Self-pay. Call for information on the 6 week DWI Education Program. The program staff work with various agencies in community to connecting the individuals for needed services including mental health, insurance, housing and somatic health needs.
Shore Behavioral Health Services
Location: Easton, MD - 21601
Contact Phone: (410) 822-1000
Website: http://umshoreregional.org/
Description: UM Shore Regional Health offers a complete continuum of inpatient and outpatient psychiatric and substance abuse services to patients throughout the five-county Mid-Shore region and the Delmarva Peninsula.
Mountain Manor Treatment Centers - The Shoemaker Center
Location: Sykesville, MD - 21784
Contact Phone: (410) 876-1989
Website: http://mountainmanor.org/
Description: The Shoemaker Center, located on the grounds of the Springfield Hospital Center, has been operated by Mountain Manor since 2008. The forty-bed program is certified by the Office of Health Care Quality to provide medically monitored inpatient detoxification services and medically managed intensive inpatient services for adult males and females, Intensive Outpatient Services and Partial Hospitalization. Since the inception of the management contract, Mountain Manor has established programs that have markedly improved the quality of care for patients with co-occurring disorders and for specialty populations, e.g. women, the indigent and homeless individuals. The Medical Director and clinical team now include the use of Buprenorphine in the Detoxification protocols at the facility for the treatment of opiate dependency and withdrawal. Treatment focuses on providing strategies that promote long-term abstinence including case management, discharge planning and helping patients make connections to activities that support meaningful recovery.
Metwork Health Services Inc
Location: Eldersburg, MD - 21784
Contact Phone: (410) 781-4158
Website: http://www.metworkhealthservices.com/
Description: This Program is committed to providing the highest quality methadone maintenance therapy, by employing competent, qualified, and courteous staff and adhering to the best practices in the field, in order to enhance the lives of the people we serve. Client centered addiction treatment at an affordable price is available here. We specialize in the treatment of opioid dependence. Treatment at one of our four locations includes assessments, methadone maintenance, drug counseling and treatment planning developed by you for you. We have been providing treatment for almost twenty years in the Baltimore and D.C. area.
Mann House Inc
Location: Bel Air, MD - 21014
Contact Phone: (410) 879-7619
Website: http://mannhouse.org/
Description: The Mann House, a private 501 (c) 3 non-profit established in 1971, has been serving the community successfully for 42 years. We have been successful at helping those clients that are reluctant to recover from addiction, find success where only failure existed in the past. This is accomplished through strict discipline, accountability, close connections to alumni and the recovery community at large. We emphasize a combination of hard work, counseling, spirituality, proper diet, exercise, 12-step programs and time as our path to successful recovery from devastating addictions. We are located in downtown Bel Air, Maryland, walking distance to churches, local employment, 12-step meetings and all major shopping centers and local restaurants.
Harford County Health Department - Addiction Services
Location: Bel Air, MD - 21014
Contact Phone: (410) 877-2340
Website: http://harfordcountyhealth.com/
Description: The Harford County Health Department Division of Addiction Services is proud to offer a range of services.
Allegany County Health Department - Lois E. Jackson Unit
Location: Cumberland, MD - 21502
Contact Phone: (301) 777-2352
Website: http://www.alleganyhealthdept.com/
Description: Located in the mountains of Western Maryland, The Lois E. Jackson Unit is a licensed residential adolescent addiction treatment program offering a high quality comprehensive and confidential continuum of care. We specialize in treating all forms of substance abuse and focus on helping clients and their families find solutions to the complex issues associated with addiction. The Jackson Unit is operated by the Allegany County Health Department, and has been helping adolescents since 1980. A team of dedicated and experienced staff provide a professional yet personal touch to ensure that clients receive the necessary individualized treatment they need to facilitate growth and recovery in a warm and friendly environment. Created as one of the first residential adolescent treatment programs in the United States, the Jackson Unit was founded on the belief that an early intervention was necessary in order to break the cycle of addiction and treat the gamut of harmful consequences and issues related to teenage chemical dependency. Offering a holistic 60-day approach, our clinical team addresses issues such as past trauma, co-occurring disorders, and family discord. In order to determine a client’s appropriate level of care, the Jackson Unit evaluates candidates using the American Society of Addiction Medicine Patient Placement Criteria (ASAM-PPC). The Jackson Unit accepts most insurance plans, including Maryland Medicaid. Fees are assessed via the Maryland sliding fee scale. Adolescents are accepted from throughout the state of Maryland.
Allegany County Health Department - Joseph S. Massie Unit
Location: Cumberland, MD - 21502
Contact Phone: (301) 777-2285
Website: http://www.alleganyhealthdept.com/
Description: The Joseph S. Massie Unit provides comprehensive, high quality addictions treatment to individuals who are chemically dependent or abuse chemicals, and their significant others. We work cooperatively with our community in achieving our purpose. The Joseph S. Massie Unit is a multi-modality treatment facility for adults experiencing the devastating effects of alcoholism and other chemical dependency. The Unit provides comprehensive, high quality treatment to individualizes and their significant others. ASAM criteria are utilized to determine placement and length of stay is individualized, averaging 28 days. A holistic treatment approach is utilized to address the issues necessary to maintain an abstinent lifestyle. The Joseph S. Massie Unit is a tobacco-free facility. Cessation assistance is provided.
Allegany County Health Department - Outpatient Addictions Program
Location: Cumberland, MD - 21502
Contact Phone: (301) 759-5050
Website: http://www.alleganyhealthdept.com/
Description: The Allegany County Health Department Behavioral Health Services provide treatment and prevention services to individuals and families experiencing difficulties with chemical dependence/abuse and mental health issues. Addiction is viewed as a progressive disease, characterized by a pathological pattern of chemical use, physiological involvement, and related physical, behavioral, social, and emotional difficulties. We believe that addiction negatively affects all persons who are significantly involved with the individual, and that significant others often respond in a manner that supports continued chemical use; therefore, we encourage involvement of significant others in treatment. Staff views abstinence from substance use as the primary goal of treatment. Mental health issues are defined as those diagnoses contained in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. We believe that each patient faces distinct struggles and possesses individual strengths and capabilities. Therefore, services are based upon an individual treatment plan developed with the provider and patient. We believe that each patient and family possesses a unique combination of strengths and weaknesses; therefore, the most effective treatment approach is individualized, and based on comprehensive assessment. We believe that communication with community agencies is essential to comprehensive care and recovery. We see ourselves as integral parts in a continuum of care designed to help individuals and their families. We believe our patients possess the ability to make positive choices for themselves. Our services are based on respect for the individual's personal dignity. We are committed to a continuous and comprehensive assessment and improvement of our services.
Family Health Center
Location: Gaithersburg, MD - 20878
Contact Phone: (301) 963-7222
Website: http://www.fhcenter.com/
Description: Family Health Center is a bilingual Mental Health Outpatient Facility that provides counseling and treatment services. We offer an array of services that vary from DUI/ DWI Education & Treatment Programs to MVA Certified courses such as 3- Hour Drug & Alcohol, Point System Conference (PSC), and Driver Improvement (DIP). We have been providing services to the community for over 10 years. We offer classes and therapies in both English and Spanish as we are a culturally diverse agency. We take pride in helping individuals achieve results and help them in the road to recovery. Our staff is a great tribute to the success of our Agency. Our counseling staff, as well as the support staff, shares the goal of assisting to build healthy and happy families and individuals throughout the Washington Metropolitan area. Our staff is comprised of licensed Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Therapists, and Certified Addictions Counselors.
Circle Treatment Center
Location: Gaithersburg, MD - 20877
Contact Phone: (301) 258-2626
Website: http://www.circletreatment.com
Description: Circle Treatment Center has been offering intensive outpatient rehabilitation programs for addicted clients since 1985. Our success has been based on the realization that clients make the best progress when they remain in a familiar environment and on the job. Being at home allows our clients to continue to work and to involve their families in their recovery. It provides ongoing support and proves to be both effective and highly economical. Over the years, hundreds of our clients have rebuilt their lives and resumed their places in the community as active participants. We have maintained our original philosophy of small groups and personal care so as to provide each client with the support and attention that only individualized care can offer. In recent years, we have expanded our programs beyond the addictions to include counseling services for problems of daily living. There are moments in our lives when problems seem to become overwhelming. That is when counseling can make a difference and help you get back on track.
Tuerk House, Inc. - Howard House
Location: Ellicott City, MD - 21043
Contact Phone: (410) 313-1458
Website: https://www.tuerkhouse.org/
Description: Tuerk House, Inc. is a not-for-profit substance abuse treatment program established in Baltimore, Maryland in 1970. Tuerk House, Inc. provides residential and outpatient treatments and operates four recovery centers: Tuerk House Main Campus; Nilsson House, a Halfway House for Women; Weisman-Kaplan House, a Halfway House for Men; Howard House, a Halfway House for Men. Each of these four centers is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, the nation's predominant standards-setting and accrediting body in health care. To address the chronic, relapsing nature of alcoholism and addiction, Tuerk House, Inc. also provides on-going Peer Support to those who have graduated from residential and outpatient programs. Participants are never discharged from Peer Support. Tuerk House, Inc. recognizes that those in recovery face numerous challenges by providing "wraparound" services including job counseling and placement and parenting classes. Close ties are also maintained with other outpatient clinics and halfway houses throughout Baltimore City and Maryland. Tuerk House, Inc. is one of Baltimore’s key providers of residential and outpatient treatment for those suffering from alcoholism and drug abuse, regardless of their ability to pay. Howard House: 15-bed Halfway House for Men
Chrysalis House: W.a.t.c.h
Location: Crownsville, MD - 21032
Contact Phone: (410) 974-6829
Website: http://www.chrysalishouses.org/
Description: The WATCH (WOMEN'S ADDICITION TREATMENT AT CHRYSALIS HOUSE) Program is an outpatient program consistent with our overall mission to enhance treatment opportunities and outcomes for women diagnosed with the disease of alcohol and drug dependence. With a network of skilled and licensed clinicians working together all clients are provided information, education and counseling on substance abuse, potential environmental and emotional triggers, domestic violence, dual diagnosis, co-dependency, relapse prevention and risks associated with their drug or alcohol use.
Hope House
Location: Crownsville, MD - 21032
Contact Phone: (410) 923-6700
Website: http://hopehousemd.org/
Description: We are an in-patient drug and alcohol treatment center located in Crownsville, MD. We provide men and women who are battling with alcohol and drug addictions the means to become happy and productive citizens, equipping them with the tools for a life of sobriety and recovery. We are staffed by a caring, experienced team of professionals that include addiction trained nurses, physicians, Master's level counselors, associate counselors, and treatment aides. Hope House provides medical and nursing care 24 hours, seven days a week. Our facility accepts most private insurances, certain state or county funding (OTF), as well as a self-pay option.
Cecil County Health Department - Alcohol And Drug Recovery Center
Location: Elkton, MD - 21921
Contact Phone: (410) 996-5106
Website: http://www.cecilcountyhealth.org
Description: The Division of Addiction Services - Alcohol and Drug Recovery Center, provides substance abuse related education, assessment, intervention and treatment services to adult and adolescent patients and their family members. Services are delivered from community and detention center based programs. The division utilizes a counseling approach and integrates the Stages of Change model. The program recognizes that addiction is a disease that causes changes in the brain, and that substance abuse is influenced by environmental conditions and behavior; recovery from addiction is possible with appropriate treatment and long-term lifestyle changes. Family support and counseling sessions are offered to patients and their families to help increase understanding of the dynamics of addiction. Patients are also encouraged to attend recovery oriented support groups, including Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, several of which are held at the Health Department.
Elkton Comprehensive Treatment Center
Location: Elkton, MD - 21921
Contact Phone: (410) 620-6077
Website: http://www.marylandctc.com/
Description: Elkton Comprehensive Treatment Center, a top provider of medication assisted treatment for adults aged 18 and older who are addicted to opioids, provides programming that is all-encompassing, from clinically approved medications used to treat opioid addiction to effective therapeutic interventions. With a staff of highly trained counselors, nurses, and physicians, Elkton Comprehensive Treatment Center offers patients an environment that is both safe and inviting as they work towards achieving lasting recovery. For individuals that battle an addiction to opioids like morphine, prescription painkillers, or heroin, our kind and warm team of professionals will do everything they can to ensure that patients are successful in their treatment. The medications that we utilize at Elkton Comprehensive Treatment Center include the following: Subutex, Methadone, Suboxone. A physician will determine what medication and what dosage a patient receives during his or her course of care. Changes and adjustments to medications and dosages can be made, but again, only by a physician. Each patient will receive a medication and dosage based on his or her physical health and personal treatment needs. To supply patients with a complete approach to the treatment of an opioid addiction, we at Elkton Comprehensive Treatment Center believe that therapeutic interventions must be blended into all treatment plans. It is crucial for patients to recognize what caused their opioid addiction to begin, and to develop a positive outlet for the emotions that might come with that recognition. In addition, it is important that patients obtain as many benefits from their treatment as possible, which can include creating a support system amongst other patients who are looking to overcome their opioid addictions too. Therefore, we, at Elkton Comprehensive Treatment Center, offer the following forms of therapeutic care: Individual therapy, Group therapy. If you or someone you care about is facing an addiction to opioids and desires to get sober, contact Elkton Comprehensive Treatment Center today to obtain the help needed to get sober and live a happy, drug-free life.
Integrative Counseling
Location: Columbia, MD - 21044
Contact Phone: (410) 740-8067
Website: http://www.integrative-counseling.com/
Description: Integrative Counseling is a State of Maryland Certified Substance Treatment Facility offering a broad range of educational and treatment services for adults and teens in a safe non-judgmental environment.
Columbia Addictions Center
Location: Columbia, MD - 21044
Contact Phone: (410) 730-1333
Website: http://columbiaaddiction.com/
Description: Columbia Addictions Center aims to provide comprehensive counseling to those in need. Our dedicated counselors are trained in a number of specialties in order to best serve the diverse needs of our clients. Our organization offers a wide array of services including substance abuse treatment, comprehensive mental health services, anger management, couples counseling, family counseling, intervention and specialized help for teens at risk. With a supportive front desk staff that cares for each individual, all clients will feel welcomed while receiving the treatment they require.
Howard County Health Department - Bureau Of Behavioral Health
Location: Columbia, MD - 21045
Contact Phone: (410) 313-DRUG
Website: http://www.hchealth.org
Description: The Health Department's Bureau of Behavioral Health offers Substance Use Disorder Services including assessments, individual sessions, group sessions and family counseling for adolescents and adults.
Family Health Center
Location: Hyattsville, MD - 20782
Contact Phone: (301) 779-2461
Website: http://www.fhcenter.com/
Description: Family Health Center is a bilingual Mental Health Outpatient Facility that provides counseling and treatment services. We offer an array of services that vary from DUI/ DWI Education & Treatment Programs to MVA Certified courses such as 3- Hour Drug & Alcohol, Point System Conference (PSC), and Driver Improvement (DIP). We have been providing services to the community for over 10 years. We offer classes and therapies in both English and Spanish as we are a culturally diverse agency. We take pride in helping individuals achieve results and help them in the road to recovery. Our staff is a great tribute to the success of our Agency. Our counseling staff, as well as the support staff, shares the goal of assisting to build healthy and happy families and individuals throughout the Washington Metropolitan area. Our staff is comprised of licensed Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Therapists, and Certified Addictions Counselors.
Prince Georges County Health Department - Cheverly Treatment Program (northern Region)
Location: Cheverly, MD - 20785
Contact Phone: (301) 583-5820
Website: http://www.princegeorgescountymd.gov/
Description: Specialized services are available at this location for adult County residents age 18 and older.
We Care Arundel Health Services Inc
Location: Glen Burnie, MD - 21061
Contact Phone: (410) 766-9668
Website: http://www.metworkhealthservices.com/
Description: This Program is committed to providing the highest quality methadone maintenance therapy, by employing competent, qualified, and courteous staff and adhering to the best practices in the field, in order to enhance the lives of the people we serve. Client centered addiction treatment at an affordable price is available here. We specialize in the treatment of opioid dependence. Treatment at one of our four locations includes assessments, methadone maintenance, drug counseling and treatment planning developed by you for you. We have been providing treatment for almost twenty years in the Baltimore and D.C. area
Ejal Health Services Inc
Location: Glen Burnie, MD - 21061
Contact Phone: (410) 761-3686
Website: http://ejalhealth.com/
Description: The clinic is a private pay methadone maintenance clinic that accepts medical assistance and provides services to a patient population on an outpatient basis (ASAM level I) for opiate addiction. The clinic began operation in September of 1996. It is our goal to assist each patient with overcoming the physiological and psychological aspects of their addiction problem regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, age, and sexual orientation, therefore enabling them to become positive and productive members of society. However, this can only be achieved if the patient engages in the treatment process with a positive attitude and remains focused on their recovery process. We provide this service while adhering to all laws and regulations concerning confidentiality while maintaining a safe and professional environment in which a patient can be treated for their opiate addiction. The clinic strives to create a positive environment for the patients by having a competent and friendly staff. We maintain the competency through constantly updated training. The clinic hires only qualified staff that delivers services according to federal, state and local laws and regulations. The clinic recently received a three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and has also received a two-year certification from the state of Maryland. EJAL Health Services is a privately owned clinic .Dr Flemembaum is the program sponsor and has over 20 years of experience in addiction treatment. All patient information is kept 100% confidential. No information is ever released without the client’s approval.
Anne Arundel Counseling Inc
Location: Glen Burnie, MD - 21061
Contact Phone: (410) 768-5988
Website: http://www.annearundelcounseling.com
Description: Anne Arundel Counseling is an established private agency where your needs are considered first. We have a strong mission for helping individuals, families and community members achieve maximum personal growth. It is a place where clients can count on being understood and assisted in the most professional and confidential manner possible. We understand and respect each individual situation.
Alcohol And Drug Intervention Inc
Location: Glen Burnie, MD - 21061
Contact Phone: (410) 787-2288
Website: http://www.adintervention.org/
Description: We are available to help you with issues associated with substance abuse and dependency. ADI, INC. realizes that substance abuse leaves everyone, the addicted and family members in despair. We can provide exceptional treatment to rebuild the substance abuser's lifestyle.
Anne Arundel County Health Department - Adolescent & Family Services
Location: Glen Burnie, MD - 21060
Contact Phone: (410) 222-6725
Website: http://www.aahealth.org
Description: Anne Arundel County Department of Health's Adolescent and Family Services provides outpatient mental health and addiction services to County children and adolescents, ages 4 to 18, and their families. Mental health services are offered by a team of psychiatrists, clinical social workers and psychologists who evaluate children and adolescents experiencing emotional, behavioral and developmental problems. Diagnostic evaluations, medication monitoring, and individual, family and group therapy are available. Services are offered to children and adolescents who are Medicaid eligible. Substance abuse treatment services are offered to children and adolescents, ages 12 to 17, who are experiencing problems related to chemical use and dependency. Services provided include individual, group and family counseling, drug and alcohol assessments, urine screening, and information and referral. Fees for services are assessed on a sliding scale based on family income. Services are also offered to adolescents who have Medical Assistance and are Medical Assistance eligible
Hannahs Aftercare And Rehabilitation Center
Location: Silver Spring, MD - 20910
Contact Phone: (301) 384-1615
Website: http://www.hannahs.aftercare.faithweb.com/
Description: Hannah's Inc., was founded in 1989 by its director Minister Delories E. Young. In 1996 we became a non-profit organization. Hannah's started with women staying in my home until I could secure them a suitable bed at hospitals for their addiction to drugs and alcohol. Hannah's mission is to help women - primarily who are homeless - and their children to overcome substance abuse and its by - products of personal neglect, child abuse, unstable employment, health problems, and homelessness. Services are provided for women and (2) of their children without regard to the client's race, color or creed. Fees are based on each client's ability to pay. No one is refused services because of inability to pay. We accept medical assistance and private insurance. All record are strictly confidential.
Counseling Plus Inc
Location: Silver Spring, MD - 20910
Contact Phone: (301) 565-9001
Website: http://www.counselingplus.com/
Description: Our mission is to foster personal growth in our clients and our staff by delivering high quality substance abuse and mental health services in an environment of empathy, respect, kindness, professionalism and cultural sensitivity. Our agency has been serving the community since 1991. We provide individual and group counseling to a culturally diverse population. In fact, our staff serves clients in English and Spanish. We invite you to take a look at our services. If we can be of help to you, do not hesitate to contact us. Certified by MD Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Medicaid Approved
Bilingual Counseling Center
Location: Wheaton, MD - 20902
Contact Phone: (301) 942-7821
Website: http://bilingualcounselingcenter.com/
Description: We are an Outpatient facility that provides Assessments, Education and Treatment for Substance Abuse. We are conveniently located in Wheaton, Maryland and we offer our services in either English or Spanish. At Bilingual Counseling Center, our mission is a commitment to maintain the confidentiality of client records and create a professional learning environment while providing therapeutic and comprehensive treatment services. Our Outpatient Treatment program provides substance abuse treatment to individuals suffering from the disease of addiction and/or alcoholism. The program focuses on providing education and treatment and offers the following services: Alcohol and Drug Assessments, Education and Treatment (group and individual session). We have been serving the English- and Spanish-Speaking communities for over 14 years, providing excellent services while maintaining a professional attitude and protecting the confidentiality of our clients. Our qualified and professional Substance Abuse Counselors and the rest of our support staff are bilingual in English and Spanish. Our substance abuse counselors are certified by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and the Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists.
We Care Laurel Health Services, Inc.
Location: Laurel, MD - 20707
Contact Phone: (301) 490-7995
Website: http://www.metworkhealthservices.com/
Description: This Program is committed to providing the highest quality methadone maintenance therapy, by employing competent, qualified, and courteous staff and adhering to the best practices in the field, in order to enhance the lives of the people we serve. Client centered addiction treatment at an affordable price is available here. We specialize in the treatment of opioid dependence. Treatment at one of our four locations includes assessments, methadone maintenance, drug counseling and treatment planning developed by you for you. We have been providing treatment for almost twenty years in the Baltimore and D.C. area
Hope House Laurel
Location: Laurel, MD - 20707
Contact Phone: (301) 490-5551
Website: http://hopehousemd.org/
Description: Hope House Laurel, formerly Reality House, is our newest addition and operates as an in-patient drug and alcohol treatment center located in Laurel, MD. We provide men and women who are battling with alcohol and drug addictions the means to become happy and productive citizens, equipping them with the tools for a life of sobriety and recovery. We are staffed by a caring, experienced team of professionals that include addiction trained nurses, physicians, Master's Level counselors, associate counselors, and treatment aides. Our Hope House Laurel location accepts most private insurances, self-pay rates, and Maryland Medical Assistance (Medicaid).
1st Alternative Counseling
Location: Owings Mills, MD - 21117
Contact Phone: (410) 356-9466
Website: http://www.1stalternativecounseling.com/
Description: Isaac graduated in 1971 from UMBC with a B.A.in Psychology. He went on to continue his education at Towson University where he received his Masters in Counseling Psychology. In 1977 he was honorably discharged as a Staff Sergeant from the Maryland Army National Guard. His extensive experience includes both public and private practices including over 25 years at a maximum security security prison. In April of 2000 Isaac opened 1st Alternative Counseling where he is also a licensed professional. Isaac originally of Greek-Jewish descent has been a resident of Baltimore County for over 40 years and is affiliated with Shaarei Tfiloh Synagogue. He and his wife have three wonderful children. With over 28 years of experience in mental health and substance abuse counseling Isaac has developed excellent professional relationships with area attorneys, DUI/DWI monitors, and probation officers. Isaac offers his clients confidential and state of the art services, is MVA certified to provide Driver Improvement and Point System Conferences. Isaac is also certified by the American Cancer Society as a smoking cessation counselor.
Carroll County Health Department - Outpatient Treatment Services
Location: Westminster, MD - 21157
Contact Phone: (410) 876-4800
Website: http://cchd.maryland.gov/
Description: Outpatient Treatment Services include evaluation, referral, detox services, education, and group and individual counseling. Services are also available for residents who need mandatory Drug Treatment Court services.
Catoctin Counseling Center
Location: Westminster, MD - 21157
Contact Phone: (410) 848-9091
Website: http://www.catoctincounseling.com/
Description: Almost 20 years ago we opened our first office in Thurmont, and since then have been providing counseling services across central Maryland, adding offices in Hagerstown, Westminster and Frederick. We believe that our clients are able to heal and grow with the help of our practical, gentle yet direct therapeutic style. Our goal is to help our clients develop strategies for managing life stressors and behavioral health conditions. Everyone struggles at some point in his or her life. We can help you not just get through your struggles but learn and grow from them. Catoctin Counseling providers have integrated their own personal growth challenges into their therapeutic style. We encourage you to browse our profiles and see if someone on our staff feels right for you.
Carroll Hospital Inc - Behavioral Health Services Iop Program
Location: Westminster, MD - 21157
Contact Phone: (410) 871-7110
Website: http://www.carrollhospitalcenter.org/
Description: Are you or a loved one ready to be part of the community but still in need of support? Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) provides transitional care to adults who can function more independently.
Towson Addictions Center
Location: Towson, MD - 21204
Contact Phone: (410) 337-8193
Website: http://www.towsonaddictions.com
Description: Our staff are licensed and certified mental health professionals with many years of experience treating substance abuse problems. We specialize in comprehensive assessment, education and treatment services for alcohol and drug related problems.
Ralph D Raphael Phd Pa
Location: Towson, MD - 21204
Contact Phone: (410) 825-0042
Website: http://www.ralphraphael.com/
Description: Dr. Raphael is a licensed psychologist and founder and director of the Career Evaluation and Coaching Center and the Maryland Center for Health Psychology. The goal of Dr. Raphael and these centers is to help people and organizations identify their strengths and accomplish their goals. Through the Maryland Center for Health Psychology, Dr. Raphael provides clinical services that help people deal with emotional and behavioral problems. At the Career Evaluation and Coaching Center, Dr. Raphael uses his psychological expertise to provide career counseling and coaching services for individuals and organizations striving to achieve their best.
Resource Group Counseling And Education Center Inc.
Location: Towson, MD - 21204
Contact Phone: (410) 337-7772
Website: http://resourcegrp.org/
Description: The Resource Group Counseling and Educational Center, Inc., in Towson, MD, provides compassionate care in a safe environment. Using the most effective, research-based therapeutic approaches, we support all who come to us, ready and determined to improve the quality of their lives. We know that when you find happiness and feel empowered, you will live in a way that works better for you and your loved ones. This is why we are committed to working together and finding you relief and the means to move beyond your current challenges. Please note: the Resource Group Counseling and Education Center, Inc., comprises two units: The Resource Group, a psychotherapy practice in Towson, MD and Resource Connect, a substance abuse treatment facility in Lutherville, MD.
Center For Mental Health Llc
Location: Towson, MD - 21204
Contact Phone: (410) 321-9311
Website: http://www.centerformentalhealth.net/
Description: We work to help you learn fast effective techniques to replace undesirable negative thoughts and behaviors that lead to anxiety, depression or addictive patterns. We use a combined approach of traditional psychotherapy along with cognitive restructuring, yoga therapy, NLP (neural linguistic programming), mindfulness, and other holistic therapies. Our mission is to help you learn a new neural path of wellness by expanding your mind and practicing a mind/body philosophy that channels internal peace and long lasting change. At CMH we believe that every person can unlearn defeating patterns and replace them with successful ones. Our strategic fusion of Western and Eastern techniques provides a permanent sense of calm, a renewed sense of empowerment and a deeper awareness of how to maintain a sound mind and healthy body. Our mission is to assist you in rediscovering your optimal potential and empower you to achieve it forever.
Worcester County Health Department - Center 4 Clean Start
Location: Salisbury, MD - 21801
Contact Phone: (410) 742-3460
Website: http://www.worcesterhealth.org
Description: Center 4 Clean Start is an intensive program for pregnant and post-partum women who are experiencing difficulty with alcohol and/or drugs. Is a cooperative project between the Health Departments in Dorchester, Somerset, Wicomico, and Worcester counties. Provides dual diagnosis and family education services, as well as transitional housing for some of the women. Childcare is available on-site and transportation can be provided.
Hudson Health Services Inc.
Location: Salisbury, MD - 21801
Contact Phone: (410) 219-9000
Website: http://www.hudson-health.org/
Description: Hudson Health Services, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) private, non-profit organization based on Maryland's Eastern Shore in the city of Salisbury. Accredited by The Joint Commission, we offer Inpatient Substance Abuse Treatment, including Detoxification, Partial Hospitalization, and supportive housing to residents of the Delmarva Peninsula, the state of Maryland, and throughout the greater Mid-Atlantic region. Hudson Health Services, Inc. treats adult men and women over the age of 18, as well as their families, who have been affected by drugs and alcohol.
Wicomico County Health Department Behavioral Health Addictions Program
Location: Salisbury, MD - 21801
Contact Phone: (410) 742-3784
Website: http://www.wicomicohealth.org
Description: The Behavioral Health Addictions Program provides services for both male and female adults and adolescents. The Addictions Program is able to treat individuals that have Medical Assistance and private insurance. If an individual is uninsured, their fee will be based on a sliding fee scale. Addiction is a complex problem that affects not only physical and mental health of an individual, but also their families and social environment. Addiction is a condition that is chronic, progressive, and potentially fatal.
Second Wind Inc
Location: Salisbury, MD - 21801
Contact Phone: (410) 749-8038
Website: http://www.secondwindinc.net/
Description: Incorporated in 1971, Second Wind, Inc. admitted their first resident in 1972. We are committed to providing a safe, drug and alcohol free environment for men in early recovery seeking to learn to live clean and sober. Using both reality therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy, the Executive Director,case manager, and housing managers are committed to your recovery process. Through treatment, therapy, family programs, and the 12 Step Programs, Second Wind, Inc. has a reputation as the most supportive Halfway House on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Peninsula Addiction Services
Location: Salisbury, MD - 21804
Contact Phone: (410) 860-2673
Website: http://peninsulamentalhealthservices.com/
Description: Peninsula Addiction Services recognizes chemical dependency as a disease that is progressive, potentially fatal, and treatable. The disease of addiction is characterized by compulsion and the continued use of substances despite negative and adverse consequences. It is debilitating to a person’s emotional, social, and spiritual well-being. The treatment of chemical dependency involves the intervention of skilled professionals, a commitment to self-help fellowship, and the participation of the family in the recovery process. Group interaction, individual counseling, and attendance at self-help meetings are integral parts of the treatment program. We combine our program with the philosophies of AA, NA, and Alanon for a successful approach in the treatment of the disease of addiction. Experience, professionalism, and compassion are the hallmarks of our treatment programs and our staff. As a division of Peninsula Mental Health Services, Peninsula Addiction Services is a solution-focused practice serving the communities of Delmarva. Our multidisciplinary team of certified chemical dependency counselors, licensed psychologists, psychiatrists, professional counselors and social workers is committed to the ethical treatment of individuals and families suffering from the disease of addiction.
Pathways
Location: Annapolis, MD - 21401
Contact Phone: (410) 573-5400
Website: http://www.pathwaysprogram.org/
Description: Tucked away in quiet woods and just minutes from downtown Annapolis, Pathways is a unique part of Anne Arundel Medical Center. Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, our 40-bed freestanding complex is dedicated to providing compassionate, confidential inpatient and outpatient care for teens and adults who suffer from drug and alcohol use, and patients who suffer from a combination of substance use and mental health problems.
Way Station Inc
Location: Frederick, MD - 21705
Contact Phone: (301) 662-0099
Website: http://www.waystationinc.org/
Description: Way Station, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing compassionate and quality behavioral health care, housing and employment services to adults with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance addictions; children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral challenges; and veterans with service needs. Way Station embraces the principles of recovery and resilience and is committed to providing evidence-based, consumer-driven, and family-focused services.
Frederick County Health Department - Adult Substance Abuse
Location: Frederick, MD - 21701
Contact Phone: (301) 600-1775
Website: http://health.frederickcountymd.gov/
Description: Frederick County Substance Abuse Adult Services creates a unique therapeutic learning environment that promotes whole patient healing. Our clinically-designed addiction treatment and recovery program provides a variety of choices to best treat the person seeking help. There are no preset numbers of days; drug and alcohol treatment plans are designed with each individual's recovery in mind.
Frederick County Health Department - Adolescent Substance Abuse
Location: Frederick, MD - 21702
Contact Phone: (301) 600-1755
Website: http://health.frederickcountymd.gov/
Description: Adolescent treatment services are provided in an outpatient setting. Services are offered during after-school hours.
Mountain Manor Treatment Centers - Adult Outpatient
Location: Frederick, MD - 21701
Contact Phone: (301) 662-1407
Website: http://mountainmanor.org/
Description: Mountain Manor Adult Outpatient Treatment Programs provide a comprehensive substance abuse treatment services continuum which includes assessment, education, prevention, treatment, and continuing care to meet the individualized needs of the adult patient and his/her family members. All programs offer individual, group and family counseling, relapse prevention, court referrals, addiction education, and drug testing.
Gale Recovery, Inc. - Gale House For Women
Location: Frederick, MD - 21701
Contact Phone: (301) 662-2303
Website: http://www.galerecovery.org/
Description: Gale Recovery Inc. is a private non-profit organization located in Frederick offering life changing residential treatment programs for men and women recovering from the diseases of alcoholism and drug dependency since 1976.
Addiction Treatment Systems - The Frederick Institute
Location: Frederick, MD - 21704
Contact Phone: (301) 663-4130
Website: http://www.addictiontreatmentsystems.com/
Description: For more then 20 years Addiction Treatment Systems has been the leading methadone treatment provider for Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia and the District of Columbia. The Frederick Institute is located in the city of Frederick, Maryland. We have been serving the needs of the community since 1998 and are at the forefront of opiate addiction treatment in the Frederick Community. The Frederick Institute is accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and regulated by state and federal agencies. The Management Team and Medical Director have been working in the narcotics treatment field since the early 1970's. The Treatment Team is composed of the Medical Director, Licensed Nurses, Master Level Clinicians and Certified Counselors.
The W House Foundation Inc
Location: Hagerstown, MD - 21740
Contact Phone: (301) 791-7826
Website: http://www.thewhouse.org/
Description: The W House is a residential halfway house (ASAM Level III.1) for women in the early stages of recovery from chemical dependency. The mission of The W House is to provide intensive residential treatment services to alcohol and drug dependent women in the early stages of recovery. The W House provides and supports the delivery of the most affordable, efficient and effective service by providing treatment, education, and relapse prevention, regardless of their ability to pay. Our goal is to return women back to society and back to their families as sober, responsible, law-abiding, productive citizens. The program philosophy is based on the disease concept of chemical dependency and incorporates twelve-step recovery program participation. The program is designed to offer encouragement and support in order to enable clients to begin to live a life free from drugs or alcohol while restoring self-confidence and dignity. Ideally, this goal may be accomplished with a commitment to continued recovery and involvement in twelve-step recovery programs, addiction education, group and individual counseling, family involvement in the treatment process and willingness to cooperate with all related community resources for recovery. The W House offers professional addiction treatment services combined with a structured recovery environment. Treatment is directed toward applying recovery skills, preventing relapse, promoting personal responsibility and reintegrating clients into the world of work, education and family life. Clinical services are also directed toward enhancing treatment acceptance and motivation, preventing relapse, and promoting eventual reintegration into the community through addressing vocational rehabilitation, parenting skills, emotional coping skills and development of a support network. The W House is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, and donations to are tax deductible. All gifts given to The W House are acknowledged by a letter from the Executive Director, and can be used as receipts for tax purposes.
Wells House
Location: Hagerstown, MD - 21740
Contact Phone: (301) 739-7748
Website: http://www.wellshouse.org/
Description: Wells House Incorporated was founded in 1976 as a private, nonprofit charity that operated as a halfway house for local homeless alcoholic men. In the thirty-six years since its founding, the program’s mission has expanded to not only provide evidence-based behavioral health treatment services, but ancillary services that address all aspects of rehabilitating men and women back into the community as productive members of society. The Wells House program is designed to offer peer support and encouragement that enables patients to begin to live a life free from drugs or alcohol while restoring self-confidence, dignity, family relations, and becoming a productive member of society. Integrated services include; supportive environment substance use education, group and individual counseling, case management, family involvement in the treatment process, education and a focus on removing barriers to recovery. Each resident is treated individually, developing his or her own personal treatment and recovery plan. This includes individual, group and family counseling, substance-based educational sessions, referrals for rehabilitation, in house educational training, financial planning, coordination of continuing care treatment services, employment, housing, medical (including mental health) and legal issues. The Wells House is licensed by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene as an inpatient treatment facility and outpatient care provider. Funding is received from various sources, including but not limited to various state and local agencies, as well as patient fees, and donations from private sources such as foundations, community organizations, churches and private citizens. The Wells House is registered with the Office of the Secretary of State as a charitable organization and is Incorporated as a non-profit [IRS 501 (c) (3)] tax-exempt organization.
Washington County Health Department - Cameo House
Location: Hagerstown, MD - 21742
Contact Phone: (240) 313-3322
Website: http://dhmh.maryland.gov/washhealth/
Description: Transitional House for women
Catoctin Counseling Center
Location: Hagerstown, MD - 21740
Contact Phone: (301) 745-6687
Website: http://www.catoctincounseling.com/
Description: Almost 20 years ago we opened our first office in Thurmont, and since then have been providing counseling services across central Maryland, adding offices in Hagerstown, Westminster and Frederick. We believe that our clients are able to heal and grow with the help of our practical, gentle yet direct therapeutic style. Our goal is to help our clients develop strategies for managing life stressors and behavioral health conditions. Everyone struggles at some point in his or her life. We can help you not just get through your struggles but learn and grow from them. Catoctin Counseling providers have integrated their own personal growth challenges into their therapeutic style. We encourage you to browse our profiles and see if someone on our staff feels right for you.
Washington County Health Department - Adult Outpatient
Location: Hagerstown, MD - 21742
Contact Phone: (240) 313-3310
Website: http://dhmh.maryland.gov/washhealth/
Description: Generally, chemical dependency affects all facets of a person's life; therefore, a holistic approach to treatment services is utilized with a global focus on emotional, mental, physical, spiritual, and social aspects of the individual, their family, and significant others. Tangible skills training is incorporated in the treatment process to improve and enhance quality of life. Identification and treatment of the disease are critical components to an individual's recovery process. In order to effectively treat the complexity of the disease of chemical abuse/dependency, a multi-disciplinary treatment team approach is used to provide individualized care and overall enhancement of the recovery process. Recovery is an ongoing and evolving process requiring frequent appraisal of problem areas and concerns potentially interfering with this process. Staff and consumers collaboratively develop individualized treatment plans encompassing the holistic ideology of healing body, mind, and spirit. Chemical abuse and dependency are viewed as a family illness. Recovery is strongly influenced by the participation of family members and significant others in the treatment process. Treatment is most effective when there is a commitment to provide a continuum of care for the individuals and families affected by substance abuse or dependency. We are dedicated and committed to providing a continuum of care, as well as, to collaborate and cooperate with other professionals, agencies, facilities, and support groups within the community.
Washington County Health Department - Adolescent Outpatient
Location: Hagerstown, MD - 21742
Contact Phone: (240) 313-3314
Website: http://dhmh.maryland.gov/washhealth/
Description: Generally, chemical dependency affects all facets of a person's life; therefore, a holistic approach to treatment services is utilized with a global focus on emotional, mental, physical, spiritual, and social aspects of the individual, their family, and significant others. Tangible skills training is incorporated in the treatment process to improve and enhance quality of life. Identification and treatment of the disease are critical components to an individual's recovery process. In order to effectively treat the complexity of the disease of chemical abuse/dependency, a multi-disciplinary treatment team approach is used to provide individualized care and overall enhancement of the recovery process. Recovery is an ongoing and evolving process requiring frequent appraisal of problem areas and concerns potentially interfering with this process. Staff and consumers collaboratively develop individualized treatment plans encompassing the holistic ideology of healing body, mind, and spirit. Chemical abuse and dependency are viewed as a family illness. Recovery is strongly influenced by the participation of family members and significant others in the treatment process. Treatment is most effective when there is a commitment to provide a continuum of care for the individuals and families affected by substance abuse or dependency. We are dedicated and committed to providing a continuum of care, as well as, to collaborate and cooperate with other professionals, agencies, facilities, and support groups within the community.
White Flint Recovery Inc
Location: Rockville, MD - 20850
Contact Phone: (301) 294-6545
Website: http://www.whiteflintrecovery.com/
Description: White Flint Recovery recognizes that addiction is a medical illness that affects the person, the family, the work environment, and the community. Although White Flint Recovery understands that there are various approaches to the treatment of addiction, we believe that the illness is best treated using abstinence in a supportive setting with counseling. The combination of support and counseling best meets the needs of our clients. An attainable goal for the majority of our clients is rehabilitation to a level of productive employment, ability to live as a responsible citizen, and ability to support a family. The ultimate goal for most, although not always attainable, is to be totally drug and alcohol free upon completion of the program
Montgomery County Department Of Health And Human Services - Outpatient Addiction Services
Location: Rockville, MD - 20852
Contact Phone: (240) 777-1680
Website: http://www.montgomerycountymd.gov
Description: Outpatient Addiction and Mental Health Services is a program that delivers care to individuals with mental health and substance abuse symptoms and disability. Symptoms are serious enough that extensive support, monitoring and accommodation is necessary for the individual to participate in the treatment process; but there is no evidence of significant danger to self or others, a need for detoxification, or 24-hour psychiatric supervision. These individuals may have a history of suicide. Disability is defined as long-term, potentially lifelong, functional impairment as a result of substance dependence and/or a mental health disorder. This includes persons with severe and persistent mental illnesses who have a significant history of relapse, multiple recurrences of a mental health disorder, and/or evidence of continued impairment in several areas (capacity to manage relationships, job, finances and social interactions).
Samhsa Knowledge Exchange Network
Location: Rockville, MD - 20857
Contact Phone: (877) 726-4727
Website: http://store.samhsa.gov/
Description: SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.
Adventist Healthcare Behavioral Health & Wellness Services
Location: Rockville, MD - 20850
Contact Phone: (301) 251-4500
Website: http://www.adventisthealthcare.com/
Description: Adventist HealthCare Behavioral Health & Wellness Services provides a wide-ranging spectrum of behavioral health services and treatment options for children, adolescents, adults and seniors.
Suburban Hospital Addiction Treatment Center Outpatient Services
Location: Rockville, MD - 20852
Contact Phone: (301) 896-2036
Website: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/
Description: Suburban Hospital’s Addiction Treatment Center offers a comprehensive program for the detoxification, counseling and education for those suffering from addictive disease. Located at a convenient site in Montgomery County, the Outpatient Addiction Treatment Program offers a broad range of addiction (i.e., alcohol and/or substance abuse) services for adolescents and adults, including: Evaluation services and inpatient detoxification; A dual diagnosis intensive outpatient program; Structured outpatient programs; Adolescent substance abuse education and outpatient treatment; Additional meetings for parents of teens in trouble with alcohol or other drugs. Our services are approved for coverage by most insurance companies and managed care plans.
Catoctin Counseling Center
Location: Frederick, MD - 21701
Contact Phone: (301) 631-1304
Website: http://www.catoctincounseling.com/
Description: Almost 20 years ago we opened our first office in Thurmont, and since then have been providing counseling services across central Maryland, adding offices in Hagerstown, Westminster and Frederick. We believe that our clients are able to heal and grow with the help of our practical, gentle yet direct therapeutic style. Our goal is to help our clients develop strategies for managing life stressors and behavioral health conditions. Everyone struggles at some point in his or her life. We can help you not just get through your struggles but learn and grow from them. Catoctin Counseling providers have integrated their own personal growth challenges into their therapeutic style. We encourage you to browse our profiles and see if someone on our staff feels right for you.
Medmark Treatment Centers Belcamp
Location: Belcamp, MD - 21017
Contact Phone: (410) 273-9700
Website: https://medmark.com/
Description: At MedMark Treatment Centers Belcamp we are here to help you start living your life again; this is your chance to take the first step. Admission inquiries and intakes are conducted with respect, confidentiality and privacy. If you’ve been struggling with opiate dependence and addiction, it can be treated. Our methadone treatment program provides medication and counseling to address the individual’s dependence on opioids and address the triggers associated with the psychological aspects of dependence. Methadone treatment combined with substance abuse counseling helps to alleviate and address withdrawal symptoms and cravings so that you can focus on achieving your recovery goals.
Broadway Center For Addiction At The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21205
Contact Phone: (410) 955-5439
Website: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/
Description: The Johns Hopkins Broadway Center for Addiction offers comprehensive outpatient treatment services for persons with acute or chronic substance use disorders. Drug addiction is a disorder that ultimately impacts on all aspects of personal and family functioning. Therefore, the program has a holistic approach to care delivery, addressing medical, psychiatric, social service and family needs through on-site, integrated program services. In reference to its primary service location at 911 N. Broadway, the program is sometimes referred to as the '911 Program'. In addition, the program operates a certified halfway house for female patients - the Wilson House. Services in the Broadway Center include outpatient opioid detoxification, intensive outpatient, standard outpatient, and opioid maintenance treatment. In all levels of care, patients receive individual counseling by a primary therapist/counselor who provides treatment aimed at short-term problem solving (e.g., arranging stable housing), substance abuse education, sobriety planning and relapse prevention, HIV education and risk reduction counseling, and referral and follow-up to hospital and community resources.Breath-test measurements of alcohol levels are conducted at each clinic contact and urinalysis testing for other drug use is conducted according to program guidelines. Lunch is provided at the program. Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are hosted on-site during clinic hours. A variety of gender-specific groups are provided for women. BA- or MA-level certified addiction counselors and licensed therapists provide direct services. Master's-level licensed staff, doctoral-level psychologists and physicians provide clinical supervision.Services are directed by licensed psychologists and physicians with a specialty in addiction services. Programs are accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the State of Maryland. These publicly-funded substance abuse programs serve East Baltimore residents, providing outpatient, intensive outpatient, and halfway house services, without regard to ability to pay.
Damascus House
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21225
Contact Phone: (410) 789-7446
Website: http://www.damascushouse1.org/
Description: Damascus House is a peaceful, homelike setting nestled a comfortable distance from Baltimore City, yet still easily accessible to residents of the metropolitan area. We work with male substance abusers to ease their struggle with an intense program to aide them with recovery. Up to 26 men can be residents of Damascus House at a time. The opportunity to live and recover with other men is a unique one that provides a particularly productive environment for rehabilitation. Residents are not only aided by our staff and employees but by their peers, allowing them to depend on each other when the journey gets rough.
Universal Counseling Services Inc
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21230
Contact Phone: (410) 752-5525
Website: http://universalcounseling.net/
Description: Universal Counseling Service Inc has been proudly providing specialized mental health and substance abuse treatment services to children, adolescents, adults and their families since 1988. We deliver quality care to our patients, their families and the community. You’ll receive compassionate and knowledgeable care from all of our staff members during this difficult time in your life.
Harbel Prevention And Recovery Center - Adult Clinic
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21214
Contact Phone: (410) 444-2100
Website: http://www.harbel.org/preventionAndRecovery.html
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Medmark Treatment Centers Essex
Location: Essex, MD - 21221
Contact Phone: (410) 486-2500
Website: http://medmarktreatmentcenters.com/
Description: MedMark Treatment Centers provides comprehensive treatment services to individuals who are struggling with addiction or dependence to opiates. Our medically supervised program provides medication assisted treatment and counseling services to individuals who are addicted to opioids including prescription painkillers and heroin. Methadone treatment blocks cravings and other symptoms associated with opioid withdrawal without producing the effects that result from illicit opiate use. Buprenorphine treatment is also offered as a treatment option. Similar to methadone treatment, buprenorphine relieves withdrawal symptoms and cravings, with potentially fewer side effects. The medical staff are available to assist you with discussing which treatment option would be most beneficial to you.
Chrysalis House: Crownsville
Location: Crownsville, MD - 21032
Contact Phone: (410) 974-6829
Website: http://www.chrysalishouses.org/
Description: Chrysalis House Crownsville provides a safe, sober, structured environment where residents can develop and strengthen their recovery skills. Our homelike atmosphere within the framework of an ongoing rehabilitative program affords: Long-Term Sobriety, Self-Discipline, Self-Respect, Cooperation and Consideration for Others
Healthcare For The Homeless Inc
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21202
Contact Phone: (410) 837-5533
Website: http://www.hchmd.org
Description: Health Care for the Homeless operates the only state-certified outpatient addiction treatment program in Maryland with a curriculum specifically designed to address the unique needs and life Addictions groupcircumstances of people experiencing homelessness. One size does not fit all: Employing a range of interventions from outreach to outpatient treatment, counseling to referrals and placement in residential settings, HCH incorporates both a harm reduction model and an abstinence-based chronic disease model of addiction treatment to serve a vulnerable population. You don’t have to be “clean” to get treatment: The creative strategies used by HCH addiction counselors, case managers, and peer leaders keep our clients engaged in services while reducing the harm they may pose to themselves or the broader community, regardless of whether or not an individual is ready to enter formal treatment. Treatment works! Individuals receiving addiction services at HCH participate in one-on-one counseling sessions as well as a more formal three-phase outpatient treatment program. Every other Friday, participants “graduate” from one phase to the next or from the entire course. An active “Alumni Group” comprised of program graduates meets weekly to provide each other ongoing support in recovery.
Center For Addiction And Pregnancy (cap) At Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21224
Contact Phone: (410) 550-3066
Website: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/
Description: The Center for Addiction and Pregnancy (CAP) offers an innovative approach to help mothers and infants deal with the physical, emotional, and social problems caused by addiction. CAP, an outpatient program with an available overnight housing unit for patients requiring a recovery-oriented domicile, provides a comprehensive, coordinated, and multidisciplinary approach to one of our greatest problems today: drug-dependent mothers and their drug-affected babies. CAP is committed to the following goals: Reducing the number and severity of obstetric complications, including HIV infection; Delivering healthier infants to mothers who no longer abuse drugs or alcohol; Providing effective family planning services that are acceptable to the patient; Ensuring initial and long-term pediatric assessments and care to the neonate and other children of program patients. The program is housed entirely in one wing of the Mason F. Lord Building at The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and includes a broad spectrum of care in an effort to address all issues related to this group of women. Health care services include: substance abuse treatment, psychiatry, pediatrics, obstetrics/gynecology, and family planning. CAP also offers transportation and methadone maintenance. By providing comprehensive health care and complementary services in one convenient location, CAP breaks down the barriers than often keep this high-risk population of women and children from receiving the care they need.
Johns Hopkins Hospital Comprehensive Womens Center/funded Outpatient
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21205
Contact Phone: (410) 955-9534
Website: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/
Description: The Johns Hopkins Broadway Center for Addiction offers comprehensive outpatient treatment services for persons with acute or chronic substance use disorders. Drug addiction is a disorder that ultimately impacts on all aspects of personal and family functioning. Therefore, the program has a holistic approach to care delivery, addressing medical, psychiatric, social service and family needs through on-site, integrated program services. In reference to its primary service location at 911 N. Broadway, the program is sometimes referred to as the '911 Program'. In addition, the program operates a certified halfway house for female patients - the Wilson House. Services in the Broadway Center include outpatient opioid detoxification, intensive outpatient, standard outpatient, and opioid maintenance treatment. In all levels of care, patients receive individual counseling by a primary therapist/counselor who provides treatment aimed at short-term problem solving (e.g., arranging stable housing), substance abuse education, sobriety planning and relapse prevention, HIV education and risk reduction counseling, and referral and follow-up to hospital and community resources.Breath-test measurements of alcohol levels are conducted at each clinic contact and urinalysis testing for other drug use is conducted according to program guidelines. Lunch is provided at the program. Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are hosted on-site during clinic hours. A variety of gender-specific groups are provided for women. BA- or MA-level certified addiction counselors and licensed therapists provide direct services. Master's-level licensed staff, doctoral-level psychologists and physicians provide clinical supervision.Services are directed by licensed psychologists and physicians with a specialty in addiction services. Programs are accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the State of Maryland. These publicly-funded substance abuse programs serve East Baltimore residents, providing outpatient, intensive outpatient, and halfway house services, without regard to ability to pay.
Va Maryland Healthcare System - Substance Abuse Treatment Program
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21201
Contact Phone: (410) 605-7368
Website: http://www.maryland.va.gov/
Description: As a modern health care facility, the Baltimore VA Medical Center offers Veterans state-of-the-art technology and clinical services. The medical center is home to the world’s first filmless radiology department, which allows health care providers to have nearly instant access to patient radiology images. The Baltimore VA Medical Center is the acute medical and surgical care facility for the VA Maryland Health Care System and offers a full range of inpatient, outpatient and primary care services. As a surgical specialty care facility, the medical center serves as the neurosurgery referral center for the VA Capitol Health Care Network. The medical center’s "patient friendly" design features plant-filled atriums, natural light from overhead skylights and comfortable patient rooms and waiting areas. Located next to the University of Maryland Medical Center with a walkway connecting the two facilities, the medical center maintains an active affiliation with the University in the sharing of staff, resources and technology.
Mountain Manor Treatment Centers - Adult Outpatient Programs
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21229
Contact Phone: (410) 233-1400
Website: http://mountainmanor.org/
Description: Mountain Manor Adult Outpatient Treatment Programs provide a comprehensive substance abuse treatment services continuum which includes assessment, education, prevention, treatment, and continuing care to meet the individualized needs of the adult patient and his/her family members. All programs offer individual, group and family counseling, relapse prevention, court referrals, addiction education, and drug testing. The Frederick Avenue and Westminster sites offer Medication Assisted Therapy in our specialized Opioid Treatment programs. All programs offer dual diagnosis treatment for those individuals with co-occurring mental health disorders. An Early Intervention Program that includes a DWI Education and Treatment program certified by the State of Maryland and approved by the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration is offered at several locations.
Anne Arundel Counseling Inc. - Annapolis
Location: Annapolis, MD - 21401
Contact Phone: (410) 768-5988
Website: http://www.annearundelcounseling.com/
Description: Anne Arundel Counseling is an established private agency where your needs are considered first. We have a strong mission for helping individuals, families and community members achieve maximum personal growth. It is a place where clients can count on being understood and assisted in the most professional and confidential manner possible. We understand and respect each individual situation.
Maryland Counseling Centers Inc.
Location: Mount Airy, MD - 21771
Contact Phone: (301) 831-7800
Website: http://www.mcc-center.com/
Description: Serving Montgomery, Frederick, and Carroll counties since 1984.
Johns Hopkins Broadway Center For Addiction - Outpatient
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21205
Contact Phone: (410) 955-5439
Website: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/
Description: The Johns Hopkins Broadway Center for Addiction offers comprehensive outpatient treatment services for persons with acute or chronic substance use disorders. Drug addiction is a disorder that ultimately impacts on all aspects of personal and family functioning. Therefore, the program has a holistic approach to care delivery, addressing medical, psychiatric, social service and family needs through on-site, integrated program services. In reference to its primary service location at 911 N. Broadway, the program is sometimes referred to as the '911 Program'. In addition, the program operates a certified halfway house for female patients - the Wilson House. Services in the Broadway Center include outpatient opioid detoxification, intensive outpatient, standard outpatient, and opioid maintenance treatment. In all levels of care, patients receive individual counseling by a primary therapist/counselor who provides treatment aimed at short-term problem solving (e.g., arranging stable housing), substance abuse education, sobriety planning and relapse prevention, HIV education and risk reduction counseling, and referral and follow-up to hospital and community resources.Breath-test measurements of alcohol levels are conducted at each clinic contact and urinalysis testing for other drug use is conducted according to program guidelines. Lunch is provided at the program. Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are hosted on-site during clinic hours. A variety of gender-specific groups are provided for women. BA- or MA-level certified addiction counselors and licensed therapists provide direct services. Master's-level licensed staff, doctoral-level psychologists and physicians provide clinical supervision.Services are directed by licensed psychologists and physicians with a specialty in addiction services. Programs are accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the State of Maryland. These publicly-funded substance abuse programs serve East Baltimore residents, providing outpatient, intensive outpatient, and halfway house services, without regard to ability to pay.
Chrysalis House: Healthy Start
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21215
Contact Phone: (410) 483-8870
Website: http://www.chrysalishouses.org/
Description: Chrysalis House Healthy Start is a statewide diagnostic and transitional program for pregnant non-violent offenders created by the Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services and the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Chrysalis House Healthy Start is a highly structured program aimed at providing comprehensive diagnostic, treatment and transitional services for pregnant offenders. This is not a locked facility. Our aim is to prevent recidivism to multiple high cost service systems.
Total Healthcare Inc. - Alcohol And Substance Abuse Treatment Services
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21223
Contact Phone: (410) 383-8300
Website: http://www.totalhealthcare.org/
Description: Substance abuse involves regular use of alcohol, drugs or other substances that could be harmful. This is considered abuse, and Total Health Care has programs to help fight this community concern. Total Health Care provides a team of trained providers to treat addiction and substance abuse. The Total Health Care Substance Abuse Program is a state-certified, outpatient program that treats the whole person. This includes physically, psychologically, socially and spiritually. Our substance abuse case management services link on-site primary care, mental health, housing, and counseling services. We also refer to vocational and educational training. Total Health Care provides Buprenorphine Maintenance as part of the city’s Baltimore Buprenorphine Initiative. This is an effort of the Baltimore City Health Department, Behavioral Health Systems Baltimore, and Baltimore Health Care Access, Inc. At Total Health Care, clients are inducted and maintained on Buprenorphine while receiving the program’s comprehensive treatment services. Total Health Care’s Substance Abuse Program accepts Medicare, Medicaid, Health Choice MCO plans, most commercial insurance plans. There is a sliding fee scale.
Harbel Prevention And Recovery Center - Adolescent Clinic
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21214
Contact Phone: (410) 444-2100
Website: http://www.harbel.org/preventionAndRecovery.html
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Medmark Treatment Centers Baltimore Downtown 201
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21201
Contact Phone: (410) 225-9185
Website: http://medmarktreatmentcenters.com/
Description: MedMark Treatment Centers Baltimore Downtown locations provide outpatient opioid treatment programs for adults seeking to regain a productive and healthier lifestyle, free from the use of illicit opioids such prescription pain medication and heroin. The treatment team provides medication assisted treatment utilizing methadone treatment or buprenorphine, along with substance abuse counseling. The ultimate goal of our medically supervised treatment program is assist individuals in their recovery process. Methadone and Buprenorphine are long-acting medications that have proven to be one of the most effective methods to assist people in overcoming opiate dependency and addiction. MedMark’s Downtown treatment team is committed to providing the highest quality care and customer service in an environment of dignity and respect.
Center For Addiction Medicine - Detoxification And Narcotics Treatment Program
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21201
Contact Phone: (410) 225-8240
Website: http://www.camtreatment.com/
Description: Since 1992, the Center for Addiction Medicine (CAM) has been located in the heart of the Baltimore community it serves. We understand that addiction is a family disease and treatment is a family process. We offer a full range of individualized programs to empower our patients in the fight against chemical and alcohol dependency. We are committed to providing the most modern and comprehensive care available. Our staff provides confidential, courteous, and professional services seven days a week.
Medmark Treatment Centers Timonium And Awakenings Counseling Program
Location: Timonium, MD - 21093
Contact Phone: (410) 561-9591
Website: http://medmarktreatmentcenters.com/
Description: MedMark Treatment Centers Timonium and our Awakenings Counseling Program located on Aylesbury Road provide outpatient buprenorphine and methadone maintenance treatment programs. Medication assisted therapy, also known as Replacement Therapy, is a medically supervised treatment program to help patients gradually achieve full recovery from opioid addiction and dependence. We are committed to assisting individuals who are ready to overcome their opiate dependency. The treatment process begins with a thorough health review and assessment. The medical staff will work with the patient to determine the best course of treatment, Methadone Treatment – Maintenance and Detoxification Programs are available, or Buprenorphine Detoxification or Maintenance. Both treatment programs include assessments, consistent patient monitoring and substance abuse counseling. Medication assisted treatment for opiate dependency and addiction has been proven to help reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings, a critical challenge in overcoming addiction.
Walden/sierra Inc - Hope Place
Location: Lexington Park, MD - 20653
Contact Phone: (301) 997-1300
Website: http://www.waldensierra.org/
Description: Walden’s mission is to contribute to the well being of the Southern Maryland community by providing a comprehensive array of crisis, behavioral health, trauma, and recovery services dedicated to bringing "Help for today. Hope for tomorrow." Walden offers individualized alcohol and drug treatment to fit the individualized needs of both adolescents and adults. Walden counselors typically suggest the least restrictive level of care that meets the individual’s need for treatment.
Resource Connect
Location: Lutherville, MD - 21093
Contact Phone: (443) 275-7046
Website: http://connect.resourcegrp.org/
Description: At Resource Connect, we know that addiction and mental health are closely linked - if we cannot understand the connection between them, we cannot fully recover. This is why we provide long-term solutions for addiction that are closely tied with mental health treatment and support. Available in Lutherville, MD, our programs are certified by the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Administration of the State of Maryland, and our multidisciplinary staff is well-versed in current research and continuing studies on addiction and recovery. Take a look around these pages to learn more about how our staff and programs help people improve the quality of their lives through relapse prevention, life skills development, social support, and mindfulness practice. Then, talk to us - we are here to help.
Cumberland Comprehensive Treatment Center
Location: Lavale, MD - 21502
Contact Phone: (877) 941-8948
Website: http://www.marylandctc.com/
Description: Cumberland Comprehensive Treatment Center, a primary provider for medication assisted treatment for those who are struggling with an opioid addiction, supplies individuals who are ages 18 and older with programming options designed to bring about lasting recovery. At Cumberland Comprehensive Treatment Center, we offer complete care that includes a blend of therapeutic interventions and safe medications. With a staff of trained and professional counselors, physicians, and nurses, Cumberland Comprehensive Treatment Center has been able to create a peaceful and inviting environment for patients who wish to begin their journey towards recovery. When individuals battle with an addiction to heroin, prescription painkillers, or morphine, our kind and sympathetic team works alongside them to ensure that they are receiving the proper medications and that they are taking them as prescribed in order to obtain the best possible care. The types of medications that we offer at Cumberland Comprehensive Treatment Center include: Methadone, Subutex, Suboxone. Each patient will receive a recommendation for which medication they should be taking, as well as how much they should consume at a time. This will be dependent on his or her physical health and overall wellbeing. In addition, it is possible for patients to make adjustments to their dosages based on their needs throughout treatment. A trained physician will conduct any activity regarding the administering of prescriptions or the changing of dosages. In order to be able to provide the most well-rounded course of care for our patients and their opioid addictions at Cumberland Comprehensive Treatment Center, we ensure that therapeutic interventions are included in each treatment plan. We believe that it is critical for patients to uncover and understand why they abuse opioids and to find a healthy outlet for all of the feelings they experience surrounding their recovery. In addition, we believe that patients have more success in treatment and overall recovery when they participate in therapy that allows them to obtain support from others who have walked a mile in their shoes. At Cumberland Comprehensive Treatment Center, we are proud to provide the following therapeutic options: Individual therapy, Group therapy. If you or someone you care about is grappling with an opioid addiction, reach out right now to change your life for the better by obtaining help at Cumberland Comprehensive Treatment Center.
Calvert Substance Abuse Services
Location: Barstow, MD - 20610
Contact Phone: (410) 535-3079
Website: http://www.calverthealth.org/
Description: The Health Department is committed to providing access to effective substance abuse treatment services to residents of all ages in Calvert County. We also want to build a system that supports research base prevention strategies and activities at the community level.
Kolmac Clinic
Location: Gaithersburg, MD - 20877
Contact Phone: (301) 330-7696
Website: http://www.kolmac.com
Description: The Kolmac Clinic provides outpatient rehabilitation and treatment programs for adults with alcohol, drug, and other substance abuse problems. Because Kolmac is an outpatient treatment center, patients can receive rehab help without taking leave from work or family responsibilities. At Kolmac, as at other substance abuse treatment and detox centers, drug addiction treatment and alcohol treatment are no longer considered separately. Patients with problems in one or both areas are treated together. The term "substance abuse treatment" has been used at times, although the stigmatizing implications of the word "abuse" has led to a search for a preferable term such as "substance use disorders." The heart of our drug and alcohol treatment program is the participation of patients in the rehabilitation and continued care phases of our program. Detoxification is required for approximately 14% of our patients with alcohol disorders and 85% of those with opioid disorders. Kolmac substance abuse treatment facility has pioneered in outpatient detoxification from drugs and alcohol, allowing patients with severe physical addiction to avoid hospitalization. Since 2003, the availability of buprenorphine has dramatically reduced the discomfort of detoxification from prescription pain pills and heroin. Although we do not have any "magic bullets," new medications have helped reduce the frequency of relapses and improved the odds for recovery for those seeking outpatient drug rehab services. An added benefit is that these medications have minimal side effects. For treating alcohol dependence and withdrawal, acamprosate (Campral) and naltrexone (Revia, Vivitrol) have been useful. For drug addiction rehabilitation, using buprenorphine for a period of time beyond detoxification has helped to stabilize patients with opioid addiction. We have become one of the best known, leading substance abuse treatment facilities in the Baltimore and Washington, DC metro areas - including Maryland and Virginia by advancing the use of buprenorphine as a stabilizing agent for patients addicted to opioids. Our medical staff continuously monitors the safety and effectiveness of new medications to determine which ones to make available to our patients. The Gaithersburg, Maryland office of the Kolmac Clinic was the third Kolmac location to open. It has provided alcohol and drug rehabilitation to the community since 1988. Services provided at this location include, intensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment, continuing care and family services. The intensive outpatient treatment sessions are held weekdays, from 5:30pm to 8:30pm. The continuing care and family group schedules vary, so please check with us for the current schedule.
Family Service Foundation Inc
Location: Landover Hills, MD - 20784
Contact Phone: (301) 459-2121
Website: http://www.fsfinc.org/
Description: Family Service Foundation (FSF) is a nonprofit human service organization dedicated to meeting the mental health and social support needs of people across Maryland. We provide mental health services, substance abuse counseling; community residential programs for those with developmental disabilities and/or severe mental illness; and day habilitation. FSF specializes in serving deaf and deaf-blind individuals with developmental disabilities or mental health concerns. Full-time interpreters fluent in American Sign Language are available at all locations.
Maryland Counseling Centers Inc
Location: Frederick, MD - 21702
Contact Phone: (301) 662-0855
Website: http://www.mcc-center.com
Description: Serving Montgomery, Frederick, and Carroll counties since 1984.
Treatment Resources For Youth (try)
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21218
Contact Phone: (410) 366-2123
Website: http://www.tryinc.org/index.html
Description: TRY provides substance treatment and prevention services to Baltimore City youth and their families that are high risk to drugs, crime and violence. TRY developed one of the first outpatient programs to establish and implement a specialty group that deals with adolescent drug dealers. TRY runs a summer program which offers a variety of experiences to Baltimore city youth. TRY accepts referrals from schools, community, home, DJJ, DSS, courts, inpatient facilities, and provides after-care curriculum for those being released from inpatient settings. TRY refers clients to appropriate modalities for services that may require additional treatments, i.e., inpatient, Job Corps, etc. TRY provides counselors who go into public schools and work with students through the Baltimore Student Assistance Program (BSAP) and provides staff training for teachers. TRY provides education, outpatient care and counseling for individuals, groups and families.
Recovery Network
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21201
Contact Phone: (410) 576-9191
Website: http://www.recoverynetwork.org/
Description: Recovery Network is a subsidiary or University Psychological Center, Inc. UPC, Inc. is a private mental health and substance abuse organization that has provided a full range of psychiatric and addiction services in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area since 1976. Recovery Network is a comprehensive addictions treatment center that offers services to those who are in all stages of recovery. We believe that comprehensive and intensive treatment can arrest the disease and help the afflicted and their families return to a healthy lifestyle. Staffed with a multi-disciplinary team of certified counselors, licensed therapists, psychiatrists, and allied health professionals, Recovery Network offers four levels of care: Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient, Residential services at both the III.1 and III.3 ASAM Intensity Levels, plus a certified DUI/DWI program. We have over 100 halfway house beds for both short and long-term care in treating males, females, and women with children. Depending upon clinical need, Recovery Network offers twenty-five core program services.
Ryan Rehabilitation Llc - Kensington Office
Location: Kensington, MD - 20895
Contact Phone: (301) 949-7771
Website: http://www.ryanrehabilitation.com/
Description: Ryan Rehabilitation LLC is a State of Maryland Certified provider of DWI/DUI Education and Treatment as required by the court system, Probation Officers, Attorneys at Law and the Motor Vehicle Administration. We are also recognized as a Drug and Alcohol Treatment provider in other states, if you have your DUI/DWI charge while using a Driver's License of another state. These states include New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Florida, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington, DC and others. Our services are also recognized as an appropriate program for other related concerns, such as Probation Violations, Drug and Criminal charges, or as recommended by other entities. The first step to see if you are appropriate for a 12-hour alcohol and drug education program, or 26 Sessions of alcohol and drug treatment program is to call us to schedule an assessment appointment. Each case is unique and we need to assess your specific circumstances in order to determine which program is best suited for your needs. After receiving a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) / Driving While Impaired (DWI) or related charge, clients will need to complete either a Treatment or Education Program for Drugs and Alcohol. It is best to complete an evaluation first to determine the level of treatment needed before going to court or your MVA hearing. Whether you initiate this process voluntarily or by order of the court, it is favorable that you begin the process as soon as you can. Ryan Rehabilitation LLC offers a 12-hour brief education program for adults. This program is certified by the State of Maryland as an Early Intervention Level 0.5 DWI Education. Clients will learn about the effects of alcohol or drug(s) in their life, their brain, driving patterns, family relations, and the legal system. It includes appropriate DUI/DWI-related education program topics. It is recommended that you start the process before going to court. Attorneys often tell us judges appreciate a client who is proactive and shows initiative in at least starting Treatment before appearing in court. Most often, a judge will mandate that a client complete all of their treatment program, whether it is 12 Hours or 26 sessions. Ryan Rehabilitation LLC Offers the 26 session of group counseling for alcohol and drug Treatment Program - Intensive Outpatient. This program is certified by the State of Maryland. Level 0.5 - Early Intervention. Level I - Outpatient Treatment. Level II.I - Intensive Outpatient. The goal of Ryan Rehabilitation is to help clients reflect on their use of substances and to align their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors towards healthy and productive actions, focusing on achieving personal goals. Ryan Rehabilitation works with every individual from a strength-based perspective, highlighting each individual's attributes and qualities in overcoming their challenges. As substance abuse and substance dependence impedes an individual’s ability to achieve his or her goals, Ryan Rehabilitation aids individuals in achieving abstinence from the use of mood-altering substances. Please call us and let us know how we may be of Service! We want to help you recover your driver's license and help you get your life back on track.
Recovery In Community Inc.
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21223
Contact Phone: (410) 362-1400
Website: http://www.recoveryincommunity.org/
Description: Recovery In Community ("RIC") is a State of Maryland certified substance abuse treatment program operating in the Franklin Square, Boyd-Booth and Fayette Street outreach communities of Southwest Baltimore. RIC is an intensive multi-tiered intervention based on the principle that such complex issues as substance abuse, crime, and unemployment require a response that is pervasive and transforming in its approach, at both an individual and community level.
Institutes For Behavior Resources, Inc. - Reach
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21218
Contact Phone: (410) 752-6850
Website: http://www.ibrinc.org/
Description: The REACH (Recovery Enhanced by Access to Comprehensive Healthcare) Health Services program, directed by Vickie Walters, is a comprehensive outpatient substance abuse program uniquely designed to deliver medication-assisted treatment services to addicts in the communities where they reside. REACH originated as a National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)-funded research project by IBR founder Dr. Joseph V. Brady in the early 1990’s, and was such a success that Dr. Brady and the late Carol Butler worked to transition the project into a full-scale clinical program. In 1991 the REACH program officially became a part of the IBR family and is IBR’s only currently active clinical services initiative. In 2011, REACH changed its name to REACH Health Services. REACH’s services include assessment and treatment planning, limited somatic care, pharmacotherapy, case management, referral, and counseling services. REACH uses an evidence based treatment approach called Responsive Step Care which matches the intensity of treatment provided to patients based on how patients are responding to treatment. Additional service provision is enhanced through a close collaboration with local health care providers. A full continuum of substance use disorder treatment services is provided in a cost-effective manner through the delivery of therapeutic services from centrally located site. The REACH program also expands access to care through the development of full service substance abuse programs or partnerships with existing psychosocial programs and their community service agencies in suburban/rural communities where services are not readily accessible. Methadone maintenance is the primary medication protocol utilized for the patients treated at the program. Currently, REACH also offers buprenorphine to recently released inmates from the Maryland Correctional Institute through a research protocol in collaboration with Friends Research Institute. Antabuse therapy and naltrexone aftercare protocols are available to patients as needed or requested and medical and psychiatric consultations are available as indicated. A medical history assessment, physical examination, serological work-up, and tuberculin skin testing are routinely performed on all admissions. Substance use detection is currently available through oral fluid, urinalysis, and blood alcohol screening/testing. All tests are administered and based on demonstrated need and in accordance with Federal Regulations governing the use of an approved narcotic drug in substance abuse treatment. HIV and hepatitis C testing are also offered on request and provided on site. REACH’s combined support from Baltimore Substance Abuse Systems, Inc. (BSAS) grants and HealthChoice and Primary Adult Care (PAC) program provides services to five hundred and fifty (550) patients. Services for all block grant slots funded by BSAS are limited to adult opioid-dependent persons residing in Baltimore city. PAC and Health Choice patients may be admitted from the surrounding counties in addition to Baltimore City residents. Patients admitted to treatment meet the diagnostic criteria for opioid abuse of dependency as set forth in the DSM-IV TR. in accordance with Federal regulations governing admission criteria for the use of an approved narcotic drug for substance abuse treatment. Further determinations are made, either through self-report or clinical assessment, as to whether the patient will be able to benefit from outpatient medication-assisted treatment services. No persons meeting Federal admission criteria will be denied admission based on race, religion, marital status, sex, age, ethnic origin, disabilities, or sexual preference. REACH was recently awarded a state licensure as an intensive outpatient program and provides a higher level of care to patients who are not doing well in standard outpatient or opioid maintenance therapies. The intensive outpatient service offers counseling 9 to 10 hours per week. Group counseling is offered 4 days per week and includes topics such as stress management, relapse management, trauma informed yoga, acupuncture, coping skills, health and wellness, compulsive behaviors, alcohol and stimulant education, in addition to many others. All patients are assigned an individual counselor and receive intensive individual counseling in addition to the group counseling. The small caseload size, fifteen patients to one counselor, insures individualized treatment services. Case management and psychiatric consultation and follow up are also provided. Patients with PAC and Health Choice from the community and from the REACH program are eligible for admission to the intensive outpatient program.
University Of Maryland - Methadone Treatment Program
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21201
Contact Phone: (410) 837-3313
Website: http://medschool.umaryland.edu/
Description: At the Institute of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, the Department administers outpatient clinics for adult, geriatric and child and adolescent psychiatry, an adult day hospital and a Methadone Maintenance Program.
Johns Hopkins Hospital Comprehensive Womens Center/non-funded Intensive Op
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21205
Contact Phone: (410) 955-5439
Website: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/
Description: The Johns Hopkins Broadway Center for Addiction offers comprehensive outpatient treatment services for persons with acute or chronic substance use disorders. Drug addiction is a disorder that ultimately impacts on all aspects of personal and family functioning. Therefore, the program has a holistic approach to care delivery, addressing medical, psychiatric, social service and family needs through on-site, integrated program services. In reference to its primary service location at 911 N. Broadway, the program is sometimes referred to as the '911 Program'. In addition, the program operates a certified halfway house for female patients - the Wilson House. Services in the Broadway Center include outpatient opioid detoxification, intensive outpatient, standard outpatient, and opioid maintenance treatment. In all levels of care, patients receive individual counseling by a primary therapist/counselor who provides treatment aimed at short-term problem solving (e.g., arranging stable housing), substance abuse education, sobriety planning and relapse prevention, HIV education and risk reduction counseling, and referral and follow-up to hospital and community resources.Breath-test measurements of alcohol levels are conducted at each clinic contact and urinalysis testing for other drug use is conducted according to program guidelines. Lunch is provided at the program. Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are hosted on-site during clinic hours. A variety of gender-specific groups are provided for women. BA- or MA-level certified addiction counselors and licensed therapists provide direct services. Master's-level licensed staff, doctoral-level psychologists and physicians provide clinical supervision.Services are directed by licensed psychologists and physicians with a specialty in addiction services. Programs are accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the State of Maryland. These publicly-funded substance abuse programs serve East Baltimore residents, providing outpatient, intensive outpatient, and halfway house services, without regard to ability to pay.
Tuerk House, Inc. - Nilsson House
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21239
Contact Phone: (410) 323-5328
Website: https://www.tuerkhouse.org/
Description: Tuerk House, Inc. is a not-for-profit substance abuse treatment program established in Baltimore, Maryland in 1970. Tuerk House, Inc. provides residential and outpatient treatments and operates four recovery centers: Tuerk House Main Campus; Nilsson House, a Halfway House for Women; Weisman-Kaplan House, a Halfway House for Men; Howard House, a Halfway House for Men. Each of these four centers is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, the nation's predominant standards-setting and accrediting body in health care. To address the chronic, relapsing nature of alcoholism and addiction, Tuerk House, Inc. also provides on-going Peer Support to those who have graduated from residential and outpatient programs. Participants are never discharged from Peer Support. Tuerk House, Inc. recognizes that those in recovery face numerous challenges by providing "wraparound" services including job counseling and placement and parenting classes. Close ties are also maintained with other outpatient clinics and halfway houses throughout Baltimore City and Maryland. Tuerk House, Inc. is one of Baltimore’s key providers of residential and outpatient treatment for those suffering from alcoholism and drug abuse, regardless of their ability to pay.
Prince Georges County Health Department - Youth And Community Services Program
Location: Clinton, MD - 20735
Contact Phone: (301) 856-9508
Website: http://www.princegeorgescountymd.gov/
Description: The Youth and Community Services Program provides substance abuse services to residents of Prince George's County who are between the ages of 11 and 18. We provide an all-inclusive approach to treating youth and their families who are experiencing challenges in life surrounding substance use and abuse issues. We offer individualized programming which focuses on healthy lifestyle changes and overall well- being.
Behavioral Pharmacology Research Unit At Jhbmc
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21224
Contact Phone: (410) 550-0451
Website: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/
Description: The Behavioral Pharmacology Research Unit (BPRU) is a broad-based substance abuse clinical research program encompassing both human laboratory research and outpatient treatment research. The scientific view of the BPRU is that a common feature linking most substances of abuse are the pharmacological agents that function as behavioral reinforcers that, in turn, support self-administration. Thus, while also studying and elucidating the differences between substances and the differences between different types of substance use disorders, the unit has concurrently maintained a central focus on studying and understanding the commonalities among substances of abuse. Consequently, the BPRU research program spans a very broad array of abused substances: Opioids (e.g., heroin, methadone, buprenorphine, morphine, oxycodone, prescriptin pain medications, etc.); Cocaine, amphetamines, and other central nervous system stimulants; Sedative, hypnotic, anxiolytic and similar drugs; Alcohol, the most widely used sedative drug; Caffeine, the most widely used CNS stimulant drug; Marijuana and other cannabis formulations, the most widely used category of illegal drugs; Tobacco and other nicotine formulations, the drug category with the greatest adverse effect on public health; Hallucinogens such as psilocybin, DMT, salvinorum and similar drugs. BPRU is one of very few laboratories that directly studies the effects of such a broad range of drugs administered under controlled circumstances to human volunteers in the laboratory. Major themes of BPRU research include: clinical pharmacology of abused substances and of medications for treating substance abuse and dependence; behavioral and pharmacological treatments for substance use and abuse, and integration of these two approaches; abuse liability assessment of psychoactive substances; behavioral and neuropsychiatric assessment of drug abusers and healthy volunteers, including psychiatric comorbidity and cognitive and psychomotor functioning. The BPRU is located on the Johns Hopkins Bayview Campus in the Behavioral Biology Research Center, where it has resources for clinical pharmacology and drug-administration studies, outpatient therapeutic trials, and residential laboratory studies. BPRU is the site of the Mid-Atlantic node of NIDA’s National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network (CTN) which serves as a venue for multi-site clinical trials research. Study participants include volunteers with a variety of substance use histories as well as healthy volunteers. BPRU studies have included work in the following areas: clinical pharmacology of drugs of abuse and abuse liability assessment; medications development research; the cognitive neuroscience and behavioral toxicity of drugs of abuse; abuse liability assessment; behavioral treatment of drug abuse, especially incentive-based contingency management interventions; pharmacological treatment of drug abuse; integration of behavioral and pharmacological treatments; psychiatric co-morbidity; behavioral assessment; neuro-cognitive function and neuro-cognitive training; HIV risk behavior assessment; controlled clinical trials research methods; choice behavior and delay discounting; pain; sleep; addiction and pregnancy; and women’s health issues. Collaborative relations with other programs enhance research opportunities in pain, sleep medicine, neuro-imaging, genetics, and other areas. The BPRU is the site for a T32 post-doctoral training program funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). This training program has operated for over 35 years and graduates fill positions in academic medical centers, the pharmaceutical industry, government agencies, and teaching. The focus of the program is on real world training in clinical research related to addictions.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center - Co-occurring Disorders In Adolescents
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21224
Contact Phone: (410) 550-0104
Website: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/
Description: Co-Occurring Disorders in Adolescence (CODA) is a specialized treatment program designed for adolescents and young adults ages 14 to 22 who are struggling with drug and alcohol problems, and the related mental health issues that often accompany these problemsand interfere with their ability to function, whether in school, at work, at home or in social situations. Our staff includes licensed and trained Master’s-level clinicians and a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist.
Alternative Drug And Alcohol Counseling (adac)
Location: Lavale, MD - 21502
Contact Phone: (301) 729-0340
Website: http://www.adachelp.org/
Description: ADAC prides itself on understanding the ongoing process of addiction and substance abuse. This means an objective approach to treating the patient. ADAC has developed a drug and alcohol program which provides quality and supportive service to those individuals, families and significant others who are in need of understanding their substance abuses or those of others.
Medmark Treatment Centers Baltimore Downtown 101
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21201
Contact Phone: (410) 225-9185
Website: http://medmarktreatmentcenters.com/
Description: MedMark Treatment Centers Baltimore Downtown locations provide outpatient opioid treatment programs for adults seeking to regain a productive and healthier lifestyle, free from the use of illicit opioids such prescription pain medication and heroin. The treatment team provides medication assisted treatment utilizing methadone treatment or buprenorphine, along with substance abuse counseling. The ultimate goal of our medically supervised treatment program is assist individuals in their recovery process. Methadone and Buprenorphine are long-acting medications that have proven to be one of the most effective methods to assist people in overcoming opiate dependency and addiction. MedMark’s Downtown treatment team is committed to providing the highest quality care and customer service in an environment of dignity and respect.
Gale Recovery, Inc. - Olson House For Men
Location: Frederick, MD - 21701
Contact Phone: (301) 662-7003
Website: http://www.galerecovery.org/
Description: Gale Recovery Inc. is a private non-profit organization located in Frederick offering life changing residential treatment programs for men and women recovering from the diseases of alcoholism and drug dependency since 1976.
University Of Maryland - Federal Aftercare Program
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21201
Contact Phone: (410) 837-3313
Website: http://medschool.umaryland.edu/
Description: The Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse is a separate division within the Department, but its services cut across all other divisions. In FY’08, the division provided approximately 4,040 consultations to about 10% of the Medical Center’s patients. In addition, the Division provided 6,072 visits at its Intensive Outpatient Clinic, 4,035 visits at its Maternal Substance Abuse Clinic, and 9,000 visits in its Methadone Clinic (not including greater than 100,000 medication visits). Among the other innovative clinical programs offered by the Division with funding from the State of Maryland and Baltimore City are its Needle Exchange Program, Deaf Addiction Program, and Addiction Services for Post-Partum Women. This last program provides childcare services for addicted mothers while they attend treatment.
University Of Maryland - Outpatient Addiction Treatment Services
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21201
Contact Phone: (410) 328-6600
Website: http://umm.edu/
Description: Treatment is based on the needs of the individual. Recovery from addiction takes time and support. Change is a process. Many different factors impact the individual, and people need support, attention and understanding.
Integrative Counseling
Location: Towson, MD - 21204
Contact Phone: (410) 740-8067
Website: http://www.integrative-counseling.com/
Description: Integrative Counseling is a State of Maryland Certified Substance Treatment Facility offering a broad range of educational and treatment services for adults and teens in a safe non-judgmental environment.
Prince Georges County Health Department - Youth And Community Services Program
Location: Hyattsville, MD - 20783
Contact Phone: (301) 434-4890
Website: http://www.princegeorgescountymd.gov/
Description: The Youth and Community Services Program provides substance abuse services to residents of Prince George's County who are between the ages of 11 and 18. We provide an all-inclusive approach to treating youth and their families who are experiencing challenges in life surrounding substance use and abuse issues. We offer individualized programming which focuses on healthy lifestyle changes and overall well- being.
Catoctin Counseling Center
Location: Thurmont, MD - 21788
Contact Phone: (301) 271-4870
Website: http://www.catoctincounseling.com/
Description: Almost 20 years ago we opened our first office in Thurmont, and since then have been providing counseling services across central Maryland, adding offices in Hagerstown, Westminster and Frederick. We believe that our clients are able to heal and grow with the help of our practical, gentle yet direct therapeutic style. Our goal is to help our clients develop strategies for managing life stressors and behavioral health conditions. Everyone struggles at some point in his or her life. We can help you not just get through your struggles but learn and grow from them. Catoctin Counseling providers have integrated their own personal growth challenges into their therapeutic style. We encourage you to browse our profiles and see if someone on our staff feels right for you.
Kolmac Clinic
Location: Towson, MD - 21204
Contact Phone: (410) 296-2232
Website: http://www.kolmac.com/
Description: In July of 2008 Kolmac Clinic opened its newest intensive outpatient program (IOP) location in Towson, Maryland. Formerly Partners in Recovery, Towson was the clinic’s first location in the Baltimore area. The office is conveniently located on the campus of the Sheppard Pratt Health System. This location provides ambulatory detoxification, day and evening IOP, continuing care, a relapse prevention treatment track, and family services. The intensive outpatient rehabilitation sessions are held in this office in the mornings from 10:00am to 1:00pm and in the evenings from 5:30pm to 8:30pm. The continuing care and family group schedules vary, so please check with us for the current schedule.
Mountain Manor Treatment Centers - Adult Residential
Location: Emmitsburg, MD - 21727
Contact Phone: (301) 447-2361
Website: http://mountainmanor.org/
Description: Mountain Manor Treatment Center at Emmitsburg (MMTC-E) has treated more than 40,000 patients during its forty year history and provides adult male and female residents with medically monitored inpatient detoxification services, medically managed intensive inpatient services, Intensive Outpatient Services and Partial Hospitalization. MMTC-E is accredited by the Joint Commission and certified by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Office of Health Care Quality. Since 1998, MMTC-E has focused its strategic plan on the development and implementation of integrated programs for the management and treatment of clients with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders and on expanding its specialty programs to meet the complex needs of different target populations. MMTC-E clinicians have demonstrated particular expertise in the creation of effective and evidence-based programming for: women with children, pregnant women, the homeless, injection drug users, individuals with HIV/AIDS and Adult Justice System clients. Mountain Manor has been one of the national leaders in the use of innovative approaches to the treatment of opioid problems and has participated in the research that has demonstrated the effectiveness of medications, e.g. Naltrexone and Buprenorphine in combination with a continuum of clinical services. Mountain Manor was the first in the region to offer Vivitrol (extended release Naltrexone) now approved by the FDA for opioid addiction. The combination of Vivitrol injections with evidence-based group and individual counseling provides new hope for young adults and adults who have difficulty in stopping their use and are at high risk of relapse. Transportation to Emmitsburg is available. Safe Harbor is a residential program for pregnant and post-partum substance-abusing women who enter treatment with their children and infants, thus eliminating a major obstacle to treatment. Services offered include an approved nursery, child care, after-school tutoring, parenting classes, vocational preparation and a step-down transition track that leads to community integration.
Epoch Counseling Center - Dundalk
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21224
Contact Phone: (410) 284-3070
Website: http://www.friendsresearch.org
Description: Epoch Counseling Center is a comprehensive outpatient treatment program for people whose lives have been adversely affected by alcohol and other drugs. We also provide counseling services for a variety of mental health conditions. Epoch has been providing valuable services to the community of Baltimore County for over 40 years. We provide a variety of therapeutic, preventive and educational services to children, teenagers, adults and their families. In addition, we offer mental health and substance abuse education to community organizations.
Powell Recovery Center
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21231
Contact Phone: (410) 276-1773
Website: http://www.powellrecovery.com/
Description: For the last three decades, Powell Recovery Center has been a center for alcohol and drug treatment within the Baltimore city area. Our staff of mental health and substance abuse professionals stand by ready to provide immediate treatment. We are one of the largest alcohol and drug treatment facilities in Baltimore and are proud of our "Treatment on Demand" services. This means most clients will be scheduled for admissions within 24-72 hours after the first call to Powell. Powell Recovery Center is a proud member of the Baltimore community. We strive to make a positive impact on the areas where we work.
Anne Arundel County Health Department - Addiction Clinic
Location: Glen Burnie, MD - 21060
Contact Phone: (410) 222-0100
Website: http://www.aahealth.org/
Description: The Adult Addiction Clinic provides an outpatient treatment program for adults who are addicted to narcotic drugs such as heroin. The program offers methadone and buprenorphine in combination with individual, group and family counseling. The treatment program includes drug and alcohol education; urinalysis for drugs; medical exams; and screening for tuberculosis, hepatitis and HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Adult immunizations are given as needed. Referrals are made to other services as needed. Anne Arundel County adult residents who have been addicted to narcotic drugs should call to find out if they are eligible. Based on screening information, some residents may be linked to other providers in order to best meet their needs. Fees for services are determined on a sliding scale based on family income.
Turning Corners Inc.
Location: Bel Air, MD - 21014
Contact Phone: (410) 893-3896
Website: http://www.turningcornersinc.com/
Description: Turning Corners was established in 1997. Patricia Elizabeth Lilly, Director of Turning Corners, has more than 30 years of experience in the substance abuse and addiction field. Shortly after receiving her Bachelor's degree in Sociology and Psychology at Shepherd University in 1979, she began her career as an alcoholism counselor at Sacred Heart hospital's in-patient program in Cumberland, Maryland. In 1993, Ms. Lilly was promoted to Program Director and EAP coordinator for hospital personnel. In 1995, Ms. Lilly relocated to the Baltimore area and opened Turning Corners in 1997. Three years later, she opened a second facility in Bel Air, Maryland. She is certified by the State of Maryland Department of Mental Health and Hygiene as an addiction counselor.
Ryan Rehabilitation Llc - Suitland Office
Location: Suitland, MD - 20746
Contact Phone: (301) 423-9250
Website: http://www.ryanrehabilitation.com/
Description: Ryan Rehabilitation LLC is a State of Maryland Certified provider of DWI/DUI Education and Treatment as required by the court system, Probation Officers, Attorneys at Law and the Motor Vehicle Administration. We are also recognized as a Drug and Alcohol Treatment provider in other states, if you have your DUI/DWI charge while using a Driver's License of another state. These states include New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Florida, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington, DC and others. Our services are also recognized as an appropriate program for other related concerns, such as Probation Violations, Drug and Criminal charges, or as recommended by other entities. The first step to see if you are appropriate for a 12-hour alcohol and drug education program, or 26 Sessions of alcohol and drug treatment program is to call us to schedule an assessment appointment. Each case is unique and we need to assess your specific circumstances in order to determine which program is best suited for your needs. After receiving a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) / Driving While Impaired (DWI) or related charge, clients will need to complete either a Treatment or Education Program for Drugs and Alcohol. It is best to complete an evaluation first to determine the level of treatment needed before going to court or your MVA hearing. Whether you initiate this process voluntarily or by order of the court, it is favorable that you begin the process as soon as you can. Ryan Rehabilitation LLC offers a 12-hour brief education program for adults. This program is certified by the State of Maryland as an Early Intervention Level 0.5 DWI Education. Clients will learn about the effects of alcohol or drug(s) in their life, their brain, driving patterns, family relations, and the legal system. It includes appropriate DUI/DWI-related education program topics. It is recommended that you start the process before going to court. Attorneys often tell us judges appreciate a client who is proactive and shows initiative in at least starting Treatment before appearing in court. Most often, a judge will mandate that a client complete all of their treatment program, whether it is 12 Hours or 26 sessions. Ryan Rehabilitation LLC Offers the 26 session of group counseling for alcohol and drug Treatment Program - Intensive Outpatient. This program is certified by the State of Maryland. Level 0.5 - Early Intervention. Level I - Outpatient Treatment. Level II.I - Intensive Outpatient. The goal of Ryan Rehabilitation is to help clients reflect on their use of substances and to align their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors towards healthy and productive actions, focusing on achieving personal goals. Ryan Rehabilitation works with every individual from a strength-based perspective, highlighting each individual's attributes and qualities in overcoming their challenges. As substance abuse and substance dependence impedes an individual’s ability to achieve his or her goals, Ryan Rehabilitation aids individuals in achieving abstinence from the use of mood-altering substances. Please call us and let us know how we may be of Service! We want to help you recover your driver's license and help you get your life back on track.
Total Healthcare Inc. - Alcohol And Substance Abuse Treatment Services
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21217
Contact Phone: (410) 383-8300
Website: http://www.totalhealthcare.org/
Description: Substance abuse involves regular use of alcohol, drugs or other substances that could be harmful. This is considered abuse, and Total Health Care has programs to help fight this community concern. Total Health Care provides a team of trained providers to treat addiction and substance abuse. The Total Health Care Substance Abuse Program is a state-certified, outpatient program that treats the whole person. This includes physically, psychologically, socially and spiritually. Our substance abuse case management services link on-site primary care, mental health, housing, and counseling services. We also refer to vocational and educational training. Total Health Care provides Buprenorphine Maintenance as part of the city’s Baltimore Buprenorphine Initiative. This is an effort of the Baltimore City Health Department, Behavioral Health Systems Baltimore, and Baltimore Health Care Access, Inc. At Total Health Care, clients are inducted and maintained on Buprenorphine while receiving the program’s comprehensive treatment services. Total Health Care’s Substance Abuse Program accepts Medicare, Medicaid, Health Choice MCO plans, most commercial insurance plans. There is a sliding fee scale.
New Horizons Health Services
Location: Laurel, MD - 20707
Contact Phone: (301) 483-0134
Website: http://www.newhorizonsotp.com/
Description: New Horizons operates under the belief that opioid addiction is a chronic, progressive, and potentially fatal disease that may require a long-term period of methadone maintenance treatment. The treatment process involves not only stabilization of the physiological addiction, but also must address each client’s physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs. New Horizons provides comprehensive outpatient addiction treatment services through medication, individualized treatment planning, health and addiction education classes, and individual and group counseling. The Individualized Treatment Plan addresses each client’s medical, psychiatric, vocational, and educational needs. Referrals to self-help groups and other community resources are valuable tools that we employ in the therapeutic process.
Center For Addiction Medicine - Intensive Outpatient Counseling
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21201
Contact Phone: (410) 225-8230
Website: http://www.camtreatment.com/
Description: Since 1992, the Center for Addiction Medicine (CAM) has been located in the heart of the Baltimore community it serves. We understand that addiction is a family disease and treatment is a family process. We offer a full range of individualized programs to empower our patients in the fight against chemical and alcohol dependency. We are committed to providing the most modern and comprehensive care available. Our staff provides confidential, courteous, and professional services seven days a week.
Maryland Counseling Centers Inc.
Location: Rockville, MD - 20850
Contact Phone: (301) 424-6955
Website: http://www.mcc-center.com/
Description: Serving Montgomery, Frederick, and Carroll counties since 1984.
Mountain Manor Treatment Centers - Safe Passages
Location: Cheverly, MD - 20785
Contact Phone: (301) 772-5174
Website: http://mountainmanor.org/
Description: Day treatment/After school/Saturday substance abuse and mental health treatment services for adolescents – offers individual, family and group counseling, tutoring, mentoring, life skills, cultural enrichment activities, community services, anger management therapy and home/school interventions. The programs have an eighteen-year history of proven success rates with DJS-involved youth.
Integrative Counseling
Location: Olney, MD - 20832
Contact Phone: (410) 740-8067
Website: http://www.integrative-counseling.com/
Description: Integrative Counseling is a State of Maryland Certified Substance Treatment Facility offering a broad range of educational and treatment services for adults and teens in a safe non-judgmental environment.
Integrative Counseling
Location: Sykesville, MD - 21784
Contact Phone: (410) 740-8067
Website: http://www.integrative-counseling.com/
Description: Integrative Counseling is a State of Maryland Certified Substance Treatment Facility offering a broad range of educational and treatment services for adults and teens in a safe non-judgmental environment.
Addiction Treatment Systems - New Journey
Location: Annapolis, MD - 21404
Contact Phone: (443) 949-7150
Website: http://www.addictiontreatmentsystems.com/
Description: For more then 20 years Addiction Treatment Systems has been the leading methadone treatment provider for Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia and the District of Columbia. There are times when people reach a crossroads in their lives. Many chose the one path that leads them to do destructive things that they never thought they would do. Often times this path takes them to unhealthy places they never thought they would go to. When you finally make a choice to turn around, head back to that crossroads and take the other path, this is the beginning to your New Journey. New Journey is a private methadone program that began serving the needs of the community in 2015. We are at the forefront of opiate addiction treatment in Anne Arundel County and Counties point East of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. New Journey is conveniently located on Defense Street in Annapolis, Maryland which is directly off of West Street. New Journey has applied for accreditation with The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and is awaiting our first accreditation survey. New Journey is currently regulated by state and federal agencies. Our Management Team and Medical Director have been working in the narcotics treatment field since the mid 1980's. The Treatment Team is composed of the Medical Director, Licensed Nurses, Master Level Clinicians and Certified Counselors. From the moment you enter our facility and are greeted by staff that is compassionate about their work, we believe that this is the beginning of your New Journey. We also believe that the Program has an atmosphere that fosters empowerment to pursue recovery. We pride ourselves on the satisfaction of our clients.
Addiction Treatment Systems - Open Armms, Inc.
Location: Waldorf, MD - 20601
Contact Phone: (301) 645-5538
Website: http://www.addictiontreatmentsystems.com/
Description: For more then 20 years Addiction Treatment Systems has been the leading methadone treatment provider for Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia and the District of Columbia. Open ARMMS is located in the city of Waldorf, Maryland (Southern Maryland Tri-State Area). Open ARMMS is within reasonable distance from Prince Georges, Calvert, and St. Mary’s Counties. Open ARMMS has been serving the needs of the community since 1993 and is at the forefront of opiate addiction treatment in the Waldorf Community. Open ARMMS is accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and regulated by state and federal agencies. The Management Team and Medical Director of Open ARMMS have been working in the narcotics treatment field since the early 1990's. The Treatment Team is composed of the Medical Director, Licensed Nurses, Master Level Clinicians and Certified Counselors.
Anne Arundel Counseling Inc. - Centreville
Location: Centreville, MD - 21617
Contact Phone: (410) 768-5988
Website: http://www.annearundelcounseling.com/
Description: Anne Arundel Counseling is an established private agency where your needs are considered first. We have a strong mission for helping individuals, families and community members achieve maximum personal growth. It is a place where clients can count on being understood and assisted in the most professional and confidential manner possible. We understand and respect each individual situation.
Walden/sierra Inc - Waldorf Outpatient Office
Location: Waldorf, MD - 20602
Contact Phone: (301) 997-1300
Website: http://www.waldensierra.org/
Description: Walden’s mission is to contribute to the well being of the Southern Maryland community by providing a comprehensive array of crisis, behavioral health, trauma, and recovery services dedicated to bringing "Help for today. Hope for tomorrow." Walden offers individualized alcohol and drug treatment to fit the individualized needs of both adolescents and adults. Walden counselors typically suggest the least restrictive level of care that meets the individual’s need for treatment.
Alcohol And Drug Recovery (adr)
Location: Forestville, MD - 20747
Contact Phone: (301) 420-4663
Website: http://www.adronline.net/
Description: Thoughts - Feelings - Behavior is a cognitive process that can create a cycle of addiction. At ADR we re-frame the thoughts, and talk about the feelings so the client can choose different behaviors instead of the desire to reach for a drink or a drug. We work to move clients past denial into acceptance and then empower them to make choices that will support long-term recovery. ADR is the oldest free-standing private outpatient treatment service in Maryland. Started in 1982 in Prince George's county we now serve clients in Anne Arundel, Charles, and Prince George's Counties. We are licensed by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene in Maryland and certified by the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) to provide early intervention for first time DWI/DUI offenders. The executive director is Fritz Schmidt, M.A. Mr. Schmidt has worked in alcohol and drug treatment since 1987 and has developed treatment protocols throughout Maryland for special populations, for inpatient as well as outpatient treatment and served from 2007-13 as the Vice President of the Maryland Addiction Directors Council (MADC).
Prince Georges County Health Department - Children And Parents (cap) Program
Location: Capitol Heights, MD - 20743
Contact Phone: (301) 324-2872
Website: http://www.princegeorgescountymd.gov/
Description: Specialized services for adult women, including pregnant women and women with children.
Tuerk House - Residential And Outpatient Treatment Centers
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21216
Contact Phone: (410) 233-0684
Website: https://www.tuerkhouse.org/
Description: Tuerk House, Inc. is a not-for-profit substance abuse treatment program established in Baltimore, Maryland in 1970. Tuerk House, Inc. provides residential and outpatient treatments and operates four recovery centers: Tuerk House Main Campus; Nilsson House, a Halfway House for Women; Weisman-Kaplan House, a Halfway House for Men; Howard House, a Halfway House for Men. Each of these four centers is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, the nation's predominant standards-setting and accrediting body in health care. To address the chronic, relapsing nature of alcoholism and addiction, Tuerk House, Inc. also provides on-going Peer Support to those who have graduated from residential and outpatient programs. Participants are never discharged from Peer Support.. Tuerk House, Inc. recognizes that those in recovery face numerous challenges by providing "wraparound" services including job counseling and placement and parenting classes. Close ties are also maintained with other outpatient clinics and halfway houses throughout Baltimore City and Maryland. Tuerk House, Inc. is one of Baltimore’s key providers of residential and outpatient treatment for those suffering from alcoholism and drug abuse, regardless of their ability to pay.
Mountain Manor Treatment Centers - Journeys
Location: Rockville, MD - 20850
Contact Phone: (301) 294-4015
Website: http://mountainmanor.org/
Description: Outpatient for Men, Women, & Adolescents, and Day Treatment for Women
Medmark Treatment Centers Cherry Hill And Daybreak Rehabilitation Program
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21225
Contact Phone: (410) 354-2800
Website: http://medmarktreatmentcenters.com/
Description: MedMark Treatment Centers Cherry Hill and Daybreak Rehabilitation Program offer treatment programs to help individuals overcome opioid dependence and addiction. Stopping prescription drug abuse or heroin addiction takes much more than willpower. Methadone treatment and counseling help reduce the chances of relapse along with newer medication assisted treatment options such as Buprenorphine. Our medically supervised outpatient program provides methadone treatment which is a long acting opioid drug that helps to alleviate symptoms of withdrawal and craving, but does not provide the euphoric effects of prescription painkillers or heroin. Methadone is one of the most effective treatments available for opiate addiction.
Mountain Manor Treatment Centers - Adolescent And Young Adult Residential Programs
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21229
Contact Phone: (410) 233-1400
Website: http://mountainmanor.org/
Description: Mountain Manor Treatment Center at Baltimore offers a highly specialized and unique continuum of services for adolescents ages 13 through 17 and young adults ages 18 through 25. The adolescents and young adults have their own separate unit and unique clinical programs. Mountain Manor’s residential program was designated an “exemplary” program by the national Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT). Qualified professionals with particular expertise in working with young people provide evidence-based treatment approaches, medical care, detoxification, substance abuse treatment, and mental health services including psychiatric evaluation and treatment, motivational enhancement and relapse prevention strategies. We place particular focus on dual diagnosis evaluation and treatment because it is extremely important to identify and address the issues of co-occurring mental health problems with substance-involved youth. We recognize that there is no one approach that works for everyone, and our clinicians are highly skilled in the successful engagement of youth who have been resistant to treatment and who require new, highly individualized and solution-oriented approaches. The Mountain Manor School offers the residents the opportunity to receive educational assessments, education, school credits, and tutorial and educational advocacy services during their stay. We treat youth and families throughout the region, including Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia. For those who live close enough, we offer a seamless transition from residential to outpatient continuing care. For those who live outside the catchment area, we coordinate outpatient step-down care with our extensive network of local providers. Transportation is provided for those local adolescents and young adults in need at no cost to the patient. Mountain Manor has been a national leader in the use of innovative approaches to the treatment of opioid addictions using safe and effective relapse prevention medications in combination with individual, group and family counseling. We have had extensive success using both Buprenorphine (Suboxone) and extended release Naltrexone (Vivitrol). Our Youth Opioid Treatment Program recently won a prestigious iAward for innovation in behavioral health care, one of ten awarded nationally from the State Associations of Addiction Services (SAAS) and the National Treatment Improvement Center (NiaTx).
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center - Mental Illness And Substance Abuse (misa)
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21224
Contact Phone: (410) 550-0089
Website: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/
Description: The Mental Illness and Substance Abuse (MISA) treatment team provides outpatient services for those who have a co-occurring mental illness and a current or recent substance abuse problem. The mental illnesses occurring most commonly among patients in the program are Bipolar Disorder, Major Depression, and Schizophrenia. To participate, patients must make a commitment to stopping the use of alcohol and other drugs. Individual therapy, group therapy, medication management and urine testing are a core part of the treatment structure. We do not offer suboxone or detox services.
Echo House Multi-service Center
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21223
Contact Phone: (410) 947-1700
Website: http://www.echohouse.org/
Description: Echo House Multi-Service Center is a non-profit, multi-disciplinary agency. Echo House provides substance abuse treatment to adolescents, adults, and seniors. We assist our clients in reaching their optimum level of physical, economic, behavioral, emotional, social and spiritual well-being.
Turning Corners Inc.
Location: Parkville, MD - 21234
Contact Phone: (410) 485-TURN
Website: http://www.turningcornersinc.com/
Description: Turning Corners was established in 1997. Patricia Elizabeth Lilly, Director of Turning Corners, has more than 30 years of experience in the substance abuse and addiction field. Shortly after receiving her Bachelor's degree in Sociology and Psychology at Shepherd University in 1979, she began her career as an alcoholism counselor at Sacred Heart hospital's in-patient program in Cumberland, Maryland. In 1993, Ms. Lilly was promoted to Program Director and EAP coordinator for hospital personnel. In 1995, Ms. Lilly relocated to the Baltimore area and opened Turning Corners in 1997. Three years later, she opened a second facility in Bel Air, Maryland. She is certified by the State of Maryland Department of Mental Health and Hygiene as an addiction counselor.
Johns Hopkins Hospital Comprehensive Womens Center/non-funded Outpatient
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21205
Contact Phone: (410) 955-5439
Website: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/
Description: The Johns Hopkins Broadway Center for Addiction offers comprehensive outpatient treatment services for persons with acute or chronic substance use disorders. Drug addiction is a disorder that ultimately impacts on all aspects of personal and family functioning. Therefore, the program has a holistic approach to care delivery, addressing medical, psychiatric, social service and family needs through on-site, integrated program services. In reference to its primary service location at 911 N. Broadway, the program is sometimes referred to as the '911 Program'. In addition, the program operates a certified halfway house for female patients - the Wilson House. Services in the Broadway Center include outpatient opioid detoxification, intensive outpatient, standard outpatient, and opioid maintenance treatment. In all levels of care, patients receive individual counseling by a primary therapist/counselor who provides treatment aimed at short-term problem solving (e.g., arranging stable housing), substance abuse education, sobriety planning and relapse prevention, HIV education and risk reduction counseling, and referral and follow-up to hospital and community resources.Breath-test measurements of alcohol levels are conducted at each clinic contact and urinalysis testing for other drug use is conducted according to program guidelines. Lunch is provided at the program. Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are hosted on-site during clinic hours. A variety of gender-specific groups are provided for women. BA- or MA-level certified addiction counselors and licensed therapists provide direct services. Master's-level licensed staff, doctoral-level psychologists and physicians provide clinical supervision.Services are directed by licensed psychologists and physicians with a specialty in addiction services. Programs are accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the State of Maryland. These publicly-funded substance abuse programs serve East Baltimore residents, providing outpatient, intensive outpatient, and halfway house services, without regard to ability to pay.
Glenwood Life Counseling Center
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21212
Contact Phone: (410) 323-9811
Website: http://www.glenwoodlife.org/
Description: Glenwood Life Counseling Center, Inc. (GLCC) is a private, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, established in 1971 to provide treatment services to narcotic addicts in the Baltimore metropolitan area. At Glenwood Life Counseling Center we provide a vital service to residents of a city afflicted with one of the highest rates of opiate addiction in the nation, a city where 1 in 10 people is dramatically impacted by the problems of drugs abuse. We believe that addiction is a complex, chronic and sometimes, fatal illness, which can be successfully treated. We believe that given time and sufficient support services, a motivated individual can achieve an illicit drug free lifestyle. We provide clients with individual, group and family counseling in conjunction with a stable dose of methadone, which eliminates withdrawal symptoms and reduces craving for narcotics. Beginning with an orientation group, clients are offered a wide range of groups that include workshops on reading and writing, relapse prevention, meditation, current events, drug-specific groups for marijuana, cocaine and alcohol, art therapy, life skills, HIV prevention and education, medical issues, and multi-family sessions. Many of our patients come to recognize Glenwood Life as a wellspring of opportunity that will enable them to live stable, happy and productive lives.
Towson University Counseling Center
Location: Towson, MD - 21252
Contact Phone: (410) 704-2512
Website: http://www.towson.edu/counseling/
Description: Towson University’s Counseling Center is the source of personal counseling and psychological help on campus for students, faculty and staff. It's easy to make an initial appointment to speak with a counselor. Our services are confidential and for most there is no fee. The staff at the Counseling Center values the importance of diversity for all individuals. People from every background are affected by issues of culture. Multicultural competence is therefore an essential component of our work with every client. We all benefit from an understanding of how power, privilege, cultural identities (e.g. gender identity, race, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, nationality, social class, and many others) and individual differences affect our daily experiences. We recognize that students come to the center at various levels of comfort with these identities and therefore, make it a priority to meet students where they are. All of our lives are enhanced by a better understanding of the diverse world in which we live. The Counseling Center seeks to help students make the most of their college experiences. We work with students to resolve emotional difficulties; improve personal skills; overcome the effects of trauma, disadvantage or substance abuse; and achieve personal goals.
Kolmac Clinic
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21201
Contact Phone: (443) 449-2996
Website: http://www.kolmac.com/
Description: The Baltimore office of the Kolmac Clinic opened in October 2011 to meet the need for alcohol and drug treatment in the downtown Baltimore area. This location provides intensive outpatient alcohol and drug rehabilitation, continuing care, the Crossroads Professional Rehabilitation Outpatient Program, and family services. The intensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment sessions are held in this office in the evenings from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm. The continuing care schedule varies, so please check with us for the current schedule.
Metro Counseling Services, Inc.
Location: Rockville, MD - 20855
Contact Phone: (301) 670-6161
Website: http://www.metrocounselingservices.com/
Description: Metro Counseling Services, Inc. has been providing comprehensive evaluations, education and counseling for DUI/DWI, substance use and other criminal offenses in Montgomery County since 1984. Over the years, we have established an excellent reputation for providing not only high quality services to our clients but also to the referring attorney, probation officer, etc., in terms of timely progress reports and completion letters as needed for Court and the MVA. Our program is certified by the State of Maryland and the MVA. We now are able to provide comprehensive alcohol and substance abuse evaluations and treatment for Spanish speaking clients. On staff we now have two bi-lingual, highly skilled and State certified treatment specialists. We accept some insurance plans.
Counseling Associates
Location: Berlin, MD - 21811
Contact Phone: (410) 641-3121
Website: http://www.catherapy.com
Description: Counseling Associates (CA) provides effective, confidential, and caring counseling services to individuals, couples, and families. CA has served Delmarva with quality services since 1978 and has offices located in Salisbury and Berlin, Maryland. CA offers appointment times from 9:00 am till 8:00 pm several days a week. Simply contact us to setup an appointment. CA accepts most major insurances and will submit all necessary paperwork to bill insurance companies. CA's program for DUI Education/Addictions Services provides services on the weekend and is a cash only program.
Helping Up Mission
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21202
Contact Phone: (410) 675-7500
Website: http://www.helpingupmission.org
Description: Helping Up Mission provides hope to the poor and homeless. We do this through programs designed to meet their individual physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs. We are both an overnight shelter and a destination for long-term addiction recovery. We believe every man is equally deserving of our help, because every man is equally in need of God’s grace.
Counseling Resources
Location: Ellicott City, MD - 21043
Contact Phone: (410) 461-8662
Website: http://www.counselingresourcesllc.com/
Description: We are a comprehensive specialty group providing quality treatment services to individuals who are affected by alcohol, illicit drug use or anger management issues. Counseling Resources has provided quality counseling services in Howard County since 1980. Our substance abuse specialists and consultants bring over 65 years of combined experience in substance abuse treatment and education. We are certified by the Maryland Alcohol and Drug Abuse Administration and the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to provide comprehensive substance abuse treatment services (including DUI/DWI services). Also certified by West Virginia Certification Board for Addiction & Prevention Professionals.
Turning Point Clinic
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21213
Contact Phone: (410) 675-2113
Website: http://turningpointclinic.org/
Description: Turning Point Clinic was created because the City of Baltimore desperately needed more substance abuse treatment capacity. Before Turning Point, there was no methadone clinic in East Baltimore, except for a small program run by Johns Hopkins. Branded as “The heroin capital of America” by the national media, Baltimore was reported as having an estimated 60,000 heroin addicts. It was high time, then, for someone to bring more help, hope and healing to the addicts, the Community, the Family and the Taxpayer. Turning Point was opened in April of 2003, a grassroots effort initiated by Rev. Milton Emanuel Williams, Jr. and the parishioners of his New Life Evangelical Baptist Church with the vision that this treatment center would be different. Not only would it be big, to address the community’s needs, the Clinic would also provide new approaches and program practices that would encourage more addicts to enter treatment while, at the same time, building new pathways to recovery that would encourage patients to stay in treatment. Since then, Turning Point has grown to be the largest opiate treatment clinic in the world, treating over 2100 patients every day, and more than 6,700 since its inception. As envisioned from its very beginning, Turning Point has lived up to its promise that, “The Way Back Starts Here” by successfully guiding an ever-increasing number of heroin addicts toward a drug free life. As a front line leader in the battle against heroin addiction, Turning Point was the first methadone treatment center to address fully the fact that a lengthy admission process is cripplingly counter- productive to a clinic’s success. It is a hard fact of life for those individuals struggling in the grip of heroin addiction, and experiencing the living nightmare of withdrawal, that they won’t, and really can’t, wait for the relief treatment can offer. Turning Point pioneered a revolutionary way to solve that problem. In 2011 Turning Point launched the first “Open Access” program in the treatment field, reducing the time it takes for a patient to gain admission to treatment from weeks to less than a day. By doing this, Turning Point was able to more than double our patient population in less than one year. It has always been Tuning Point Clinic’s vision that we can and will do even more to bring hope and healing to those among us trapped in the evil grip of drug addiction. It is time, high time, to move forward in this heroin war. We have added a research component to track results patient progress, while also helping in our unending quest to offer even more ways back to a drug free life. New and remodeled buildings will be soon be added to Turning Point’s growing health care campus development project which will immediately increase the number of patients we can admit for treatment and counseling. But that is just the beginning of the Turning Point of Tomorrow. The future holds promisefor our introduction of even more innovative programs and procedures designed to save both lives and tax dollars.
Johns Hopkins Broadway Center For Addiction - Intensive Outpatient
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21205
Contact Phone: (410) 955-5439
Website: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/
Description: The Johns Hopkins Broadway Center for Addiction offers comprehensive outpatient treatment services for persons with acute or chronic substance use disorders. Drug addiction is a disorder that ultimately impacts on all aspects of personal and family functioning. Therefore, the program has a holistic approach to care delivery, addressing medical, psychiatric, social service and family needs through on-site, integrated program services. In reference to its primary service location at 911 N. Broadway, the program is sometimes referred to as the '911 Program'. In addition, the program operates a certified halfway house for female patients - the Wilson House. Services in the Broadway Center include outpatient opioid detoxification, intensive outpatient, standard outpatient, and opioid maintenance treatment. In all levels of care, patients receive individual counseling by a primary therapist/counselor who provides treatment aimed at short-term problem solving (e.g., arranging stable housing), substance abuse education, sobriety planning and relapse prevention, HIV education and risk reduction counseling, and referral and follow-up to hospital and community resources.Breath-test measurements of alcohol levels are conducted at each clinic contact and urinalysis testing for other drug use is conducted according to program guidelines. Lunch is provided at the program. Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are hosted on-site during clinic hours. A variety of gender-specific groups are provided for women. BA- or MA-level certified addiction counselors and licensed therapists provide direct services. Master's-level licensed staff, doctoral-level psychologists and physicians provide clinical supervision.Services are directed by licensed psychologists and physicians with a specialty in addiction services. Programs are accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and the State of Maryland. These publicly-funded substance abuse programs serve East Baltimore residents, providing outpatient, intensive outpatient, and halfway house services, without regard to ability to pay.
Avery Road Treatment Center
Location: Rockville, MD - 20853
Contact Phone: (301) 762-5613
Website: http://mountainmanor.org/
Description: The Avery Road Treatment Center (ARTC), managed by Mountain Manor Treatment Centers, Inc. (MTC) through a contract with Montgomery County offers medically monitored inpatient detoxification services and medically managed intensive inpatient services for adult males and females. The Avery Road Treatment Center has become a premier facility for the treatment of substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, women’s specialty programming, and care of the indigent and homeless, treatment of individuals with HIV and injection drug users. The Office of Health Care Quality approved ARTC clinicians to provide services designed to treat residents with co-occurring disorders on an inpatient and outpatient basis. The ARTC site serves as a training site for fellows in psychiatry for the Howard University School of Medicine.
Man Alive, Inc.
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21218
Contact Phone: (410) 837-4292
Website: http://www.manaliveinc.org/
Description: In 1967, Man Alive opened its doors to treat individuals addicted to heroin and other opiates. Since its beginnings, Man Alive has been setting standards for the delivery of high-quality treatment services and understands the ethical responsibility of individualized best practice treatment services. We understand and embrace that the nature of substance dependence is chronic and relapsing. Many of our clients have been with the program since opening our doors in 1967. At present, the average length a client has been with us is 8 years. During the time spent in our program you will be guided through the journey and process of recovery. Our motto “Acceptance and Empowerment Promotes Recovery” is the foundation for your journey.
Cmg - Hagerstown Treatment Center
Location: Hagerstown, MD - 21740
Contact Phone: (301) 714-0837
Website: http://www.methadonetreatment.com/
Description: Colonial Management Group, LP (CMG) is a unique organization of fifty-seven (57) private outpatient substance abuse treatment clinics that have been successfully treating opiate dependence since 1986. CMG operates as outpatient clinics specifically designed for persons addicted to the opioid class of drugs, including prescription pain medications and heroin. Patients are enrolled into a comprehensive program, which includes individual and group counseling to address psychological and social needs in addition to their chemical dependence. At CMG, we strive to be the premier provider of medication-assisted treatment in the United States. We believe in the disease concept of addictive illness and will treat our patients with dignity and respect in all phases of their treatment experience. Because of this belief, we will focus our clinical practice in terms of addiction disease management and strive always to improve the quality of the lives of the patients we serve. We will strive to institute current research findings in our delivery of services. We will also be a resource to the communities we serve by helping to educate the public on the disease of addiction and advocating at all times the value of treatment in improving the welfare of our communities. Our staff will at all times keep our mission statement as the guiding principle in their work.
Anne Arundel Counseling Inc. - Bowie
Location: Bowie, MD - 20716
Contact Phone: (410) 768-5988
Website: http://www.annearundelcounseling.com/
Description: Anne Arundel Counseling is an established private agency where your needs are considered first. We have a strong mission for helping individuals, families and community members achieve maximum personal growth. It is a place where clients can count on being understood and assisted in the most professional and confidential manner possible. We understand and respect each individual situation.

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