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Looking for a great rehabilitation clinic in Maryland for yourself or someone you love? Rehabs.com contains a wealth of knowledge on exclusive private facilities and can help you find the center that’s right for you. Our substance abuse treatment facilities can help anyone break away from drugs, regardless of whether the addiction is to Sublimaze, Concerta, alcohol or any other street or prescription medication.

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Man Alive, Inc.
2117 Maryland Avenue Baltimore, MD 21218
The Jude House, Inc.
9505 Crain Highway Bel Alton, MD 20611
Kolmac Outpatient Recovery Centers - Baltimore
1 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201
Kolmac Clinic - Columbia
10632 Little Patuxent Parkway Suite 410 Columbia, MD 21044
Ashley Addiction Treatment
800 Tydings Lane Havre de Grace, MD 21078
Phoenix Recovery Center
107 Edgewood Road Edgewood, MD 21040
Helping Up Mission, Inc.
1029 East Baltimore Street Baltimore, MD 21202
Chase Brexton Health Care - Substance Use Treatment
1111 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201
Wells House, Inc.
124 E. Baltimore Street Hagerstown, MD 21740
Fields & Fields Treatment Center, LLC
6108 Old Silver Hill Rd Suite 217 District Heights, MD 20747
A. F. Whitsitt Center
300 Scheeler Road Chestertown, MD 21620
Maryland Recovery
21 West Courtland Street Bel Air, MD 21014
Tuerk House
730 Ashburton Street Baltimore, MD 21216
Walden Lexington Park
21770 FDR Boulevard Lexington Park, MD 20653
Kolmac Outpatient Recovery Center - Towson
6525 North Charles Street The Gibson Building, Suite 085 Towson, MD 21204
Health Care for the Homeless Inc.
421 Fallsway Street Baltimore, MD 21202
Warwick Manor Behavioral Health, Inc.
3680 Warwick Road East New Market, MD 21631
Mountain Manor Treatment Center
9701 Keysville Road Emmitsburg, MD 21727
Harbel Community Organization
5807 Harford Road Baltimore, MD 21214
Hudson Health Services, Inc.
1506 Harting Drive Salisbury, MD 21801
Baltimore Station
140 West Street Baltimore, MD 21230
Glenwood Life Counseling Center
516 Glenwood Avenue Baltimore, MD 21212
Chrysalis House, Inc.
1570 Crownsville Road Crownsville, MD 21032
Columbia Addictions Center
5570 Sterrett Place, Suite 205 Columbia, MD 21044
Walden Charlotte Hall
30007 Business Center Dr. Charlotte Hall, MD 20622
Hope House Treatment Center
26 Marbury Drive Crownsville, MD 21032
JR Healthcare
2310 N. Charles St. Baltimore, MD 21218
Hagerstown Treatment Center
16110 Everly Road Hagerstown, MD 21740
Montgomery Recovery Services
14636 Rothgeb Dr. Rockville, MD 20850
Mountain Manor Treatment Center
3800 Frederick Avenue Baltimore, MD 21229
Peninsula Addiction Services
102 West Market Street Salisbury, MD 21804
Gaudenzia - Baltimore
3643 Woodland Avenue Baltimore, MD 21215
We Care Health Services Inc
8730 Cherry Lane Suite 1 Laurel, MD 20707
Shore Behavioral Health Services
219 South Washington Street Easton, MD 21601
Valley House Alcoholism Treatment Centers
28 South Broadway Baltimore, MD 21231
Weisman Kaplan House
2521-2523 Maryland Avenue Baltimore, MD 21218
D A Wynne and Associates Inc
10230 New Hampshire Avenue Suite 206 Silver Spring, MD 20904
Journeys Adult Program
402 Hungerford Drive Rockville, MD 20850
Olson Recovery Home
608 East Patrick Street Frederick, MD 21701
Gale Houses Inc Gale House
336 North Market Street Frederick, MD 21701
Bon Secours New Hope Treatment Center
2401 West Baltimore Street Baltimore, MD 21223
CWC IOP Grant
911 North Broadway Baltimore, MD 21205
Samaritan Houses Inc
2610 Greenbriar Lane Annapolis, MD 21401
Frederick Institute
5716 Industry Lane Suite C Frederick, MD 21704
Adapt Cares Primary
3101 Towanda Avenue Baltimore, MD 21215
University of Maryland Maternal Subst Abuse Acupuncture Prog
701 West Pratt Street 1st Floor Baltimore, MD 21201
W House Foundation Inc
519 North Locust Street Hagerstown, MD 21740
Refnick Marc
11706 New Hampshire Avenue Silver Spring, MD 20904
Lawrence Court Halfway House
1 Lawrence Court Rockville, MD 20850
Epoch Counseling Center
1107 North Point Boulevard Suite 205 Baltimore, MD 21224
Bilingual Counseling Center
11301 Georgia Avenue 2nd Floor Silver Spring, MD 20902
Counseling Plus Inc
8561 Fenton Street Suite 230 Silver Spring, MD 20910
The Center For Clean Start-Worcester County
926 Snow Hill Road Cottage 200 Salisbury, MD 21801
Echo House Multi Service Center Inc
1705 West Fayette Street Baltimore, MD 21223
Turning Point Clinic
2401 East North Avenue Baltimore, MD 21213
Perry Point VA Medical Center
515 Perry Point Perry Point, MD 21902
Bridge House
30 South Broadway Baltimore, MD 21231
A Step Forward Inc
800 North Fulton Avenue Baltimore, MD 21217
Open Armms Inc
2590 Business Park Court Waldorf, MD 20601
Wicomico Behavioral Health
108 East Main Street Salisbury, MD 21801
Upper Bay Counseling Services
626 Revolution Street Havre De Grace, MD 21078
Addiction Treatment Services
5200 Eastern Avenue MFL East 6th Floor Baltimore, MD 21224
Martha's Place
1928 Pennsylvania Avenue Baltimore, MD 21217
Seafarers Addiction Rehabilitation Center
45705 Locust Grove Drive Valley Lee, MD 20692
Friendship House
1435 South Hanover Street Baltimore, MD 21230
MRB Counseling Services, Inc.
101 Chestnut St, Suite 110 Gaithersburg, MD 20877
Sandstone Care
11820 Parklawn Dr #403 North Bethesda, MD 20852
Chance Center
301 North Gay Street Baltimore, MD 21202
Hopes Horizon
4111 E Joppa Rd, Nottingham, MD 21236

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Sinai Hospital Addictions Recovery Program (SHARP)

Employee care and knowledge, There is a lack of recreational options so boredom can be a problem

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Baltimore, MD

Frederick Memorial Hospital - Behavioral Health Services

Very secure, no nonsense policy about everything. People don't stay long. Counselors are not there for too long, long enough to get their feet wet in that field and then they leave. I think that could play a part of ones recovery. I like the program, never knew it even existed now that I'm there, I'm shocked to see the amount of people that come and go. Staff are very friendly

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Frederick, MD

MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center

Attentiveness, prep for coming back to society, finding resources, citing addiction in every facet were all great. The staff was really accommodating and treated my brother like family. He was happy there and they endured he and back out with a place to go and helped him find work and state assitance

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Meet the Pros
Lisa Dehorty
Lisa Dehorty
CEO
Recovery Centers of America Capital Region
Lisa Dehorty has over 20 years of experience in the substance abuse and treatment industry. After earning her Masters of Healthcare Administration from St. Joseph's University, Masters of Psychology from Towson State University and Bachelors of Psychology from Shepherd University, she began her career as an Admission Counselor at an addiction treatment center. Lisa quickly progressed to Assistant Director of Admissions, and then to Director of Admissions. As she continued to grow in her career, she never lost focus of her number one goal: Reconnect patients with recovery. Lisa is known to be an innovative leader and has diversified skills including insurance and managed care contracting, development and implementation of policies and procedures, and knowledge and adherence to accreditation standards and state regulations.
David Semanco, MS, MAC, CAADC, CSAC, CAC-AD
David Semanco, MS, MAC, CAADC, CSAC, CAC-AD
Clinical Director
The Freedom Center
David Semanco is a Master Addiction Counselor specializing in the application of complementary therapies to enhance the addiction treatment and recovery process. He transitioned into the addiction treatment field in 2002 following successful careers in information technology and music. He continues to incorporate technology and music into clinical practice as evidenced by his work with neurofeedback and music therapy. He is dedicated to minimizing the stigma of addiction and is an ardent proponent of innovative treatment methods which are underutilized in conventional treatment settings but which have demonstrated success through evidenced-based research. David has worked in a hospital, residential, and outpatient settings providing direct care, leading clinical teams, and developing programs for adolescents and adults. David is President of the Virginia Association of Addiction Professionals (VAAP) and has served on the Board of Directors of VAAP since 2010. He also is a member of the Board of Directors of the Virginia Summer Institute for Addiction Studies (VSIAS), one of the premier training venues for addiction professionals in the Mid-Atlantic, and served as Chair of that organization in 2015 and 2017. He also sits on the Board of Directors for NAADAC, the international Association for Addiction Professionals and for the R1 Foundation, which provides financial assistance for recovery learning and technology tools, community connections, and housing scholarships. As a noted speaker, David has presented training sessions and workshops for a variety of organizations, including United Airlines, West Virginia Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors, Virginia Counselors Association, George Washington Center for Integrative Medicine, Chesapeake Health Education Program, George Mason University, and Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. David holds a Master of Science in Human Services with an emphasis in Addiction Treatment. He has studied under neurofeedback pioneers Sue and Siegfried Othmer of EEG Info (Woodland Hills, CA), Dr. Richard Soutar of the New Mind Center (Atlanta, GA), and Bill Scott of BrainPaint (Pacific Palisades, CA).
Heather Frye, APRN, PMHNP-BC, MSN, MBA
Heather Frye, APRN, PMHNP-BC, MSN, MBA
Director of Therapeutic Services
Recovery Centers of America at Bracebridge Hall
Heather Frye is a Board-Certified Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and serves as the Clinical Director at Recovery Centers of America, Bracebridge Hall. Heather came to RCA from Drexel University, her alma mater, where she served as the Track Director for the PMHNP Program. Heather specializes in the assessment and treatment of co-occurring disorders and collaborates intensely with the clinical team to individualize patient care. She has co-presented Give Power to Word of Mouth: Adding a Clinical Education Component to a Community Service Program on Heroin at the International Nurses Society on Addiction conference and presented Spread HOPE (Heroin Opioids Public Education): Nursing Pearls for Patient Education at the Delaware Nurses Association Annual Conference.
Maryland Treatment Facts

Maryland ranks 2nd in treatment centers servicing/accepting persons with HIV or AIDS per 100,000 residents. District of Columbia is ranked slightly worse, ranked 3. Maine is ranked one spot better at spot 1.

When adjusted for population, Maryland ranks 5th in treatment centers servicing/accepting seniors or older adults. One spot worse is New Mexico, ranked 6 in the U.S. Utah is ranked one spot better at spot 4.

For adult women clients, Maryland ranks 6th in population-adjusted treatment centers. Colorado is just 1 spot worse, ranked 7 out of the United States. Utah is ranked one spot better at spot 5.

Maryland is 6th among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting adult men. Connecticut is just 1 spot worse, ranked 7 out of the United States. Utah is ranked one spot better at spot 5.

Maryland ranks 7th in treatment centers servicing/accepting LGBTQ per 100,000 residents. Hawaii is ranked slightly worse, ranked 8. Colorado is just 1 spot better, ranked 6 out of the United States.

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The state of Maryland has one of the highest median incomes in the country, but not every resident has access to affordable drug rehab programs.
Drug addiction and alcoholism can ravage your personal finances, destroy your closest relationships and ruin a prosperous career. Fortunately, community-based treatment is available at little or no cost to any resident of Baltimore, Rockville, Columbia, Ellicott City or the other residential hubs of this state. The state's Alcohol and Drug Abuse Administration, a division of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, administers preventive programs and rehabilitation facilities for residents from all walks of life. Components of a Maryland Rehab Program The focus and content of a rehabilitation program will vary from one Maryland addiction treatment center to another. But according to the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), any effective recovery plan should include the following therapeutic strategies:
  • A complete psychosocial and psychological screening at the time of admission
  • A medically managed detoxification program, which may take place in an inpatient or outpatient setting
  • Counseling and education on the nature of addiction, the importance of sobriety and the consequences of substance abuse
  • Medical management of the disease of addiction, including medication therapy and holistic treatments
  • Counseling for family members and partners through individual therapy and peer group sessions
  • Integrated treatment of co-occurring conditions like depression, anxiety or personality disorders
  • Referrals to community resources for job placement, child care, parenting, housing and other social needs
Programs like the Tuerk House, a not-for-profit Maryland substance abuse treatment center, meet the needs of Maryland's citizens for comprehensive, affordable rehabilitation services. Tuerk House offers treatment on an outpatient or residential basis to those who suffer from the disease of addiction, whether or not they're able to pay for those services.

The Center for Substance Abuse Research (CESAR) of the University of Maryland tracks drug and alcohol abuse and treatment in this state. According to data collected between 1999 and 2003:

  • The greatest percentage of treatment admissions among young people under age 18 was for marijuana and hash (89.1 percent), followed by alcohol (66.6 percent) and heroin (5.2 percent).
  • Among adults ages 18 and older, the majority were admitted for treatment for alcohol abuse (56.5 percent), followed by cocaine and crack (42.8 percent) and heroin (40.1 percent).
  • In the overall population of Maryland, alcohol was the most common reason for admission to rehab (57.3 percent of admissions), while cocaine (39.9 percent) and heroin (37.3 percent) were the next most common

*Maryland Addiction Treatment Statistics

How to Find a Maryland Drug Rehab Facility

Finding a place to get clean and sober in Maryland isn't all that difficult; this affluent state has a wide range of recovery services to offer its residents. But identifying a treatment program that's right for your age group, your level of addiction and your psychosocial status is another story. When you're researching the rehab facilities in this state, think about whether a program offers features such as:

  • A staff of credentialed, licensed professionals who specialize in addiction treatment
  • Comprehensive therapy for co-occurring disorders (psychiatric conditions that accompany substance abuse)
  • Access to support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous or SMART Recovery
  • Gender-specific programs for male and female patients
  • Holistic therapies like hypnotherapy, biofeedback, massage or pet therapy