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Below are 9 drug rehabilitation centers in Hagerstown, MD.

Hagerstown Drug Rehab Centers

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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.

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