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Baltimore Drug Rehab Centers

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 - 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.
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.
Harambee Treatment Center University Of Maryland
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21215
Contact Phone: (410) 542-2145
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Long Term Care Setting The Captives Free
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21223
Contact Phone: (410) 362-0291
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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.
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.
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.
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.
Reach/mobile Health Services
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21218
Contact Phone: (410) 752-6080
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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.
Recovery King Ii
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21202
Contact Phone: (410) 347-3949
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Riker Mckenzie Holistic Treatment Center
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21205
Contact Phone: (410) 675-4288
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Safe House
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21230
Contact Phone: (410) 385-1466
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Stith And Associates
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21218
Contact Phone: (410) 366-2797
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
Jewish Addiction Services
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21208
Contact Phone: (410) 484-1991
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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).
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.
Jones Falls Community Corporation - The Counseling Center
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21212
Contact Phone: (410) 532-1770
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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.
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.
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.
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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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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Cwc Iop Grant
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21205
Contact Phone: (410) 955-5439
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Chesapeake Counseling Services
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21221
Contact Phone: (410) 682-4141
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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.
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.
Druid Heights Treatment And Counseling Center
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21217
Contact Phone: (410) 669-0475
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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.
Fayette House
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21223
Contact Phone: (410) 566-0550
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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.
Halfway Ii I Can't We Can
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21216
Contact Phone: (410) 383-8393
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Halfway Iii I Can't We Can
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21216
Contact Phone: (410) 728-4491
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Halfway Iv I Can't We Can
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21216
Contact Phone: (410) 669-8956
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Halfway V I Can't We Can
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21216
Contact Phone: (410) 523-9990
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Harbour Center
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21202-4739
Contact Phone: (410) 332-1111
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Operation Recovery
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21202
Contact Phone: (410) 659-2878
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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.
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.
Hawkes Counseling Services
Location: Baltimore, MD - 21230
Contact Phone: (410) 298-8046
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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.
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.
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.
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.

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