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Al-Anon Family Groups of MD and DC

Area 24 Baltimore Area Al-Anon Information Service PO Box 878, Olney, MD 20830

410-832-7094

888-425-2666 (Meetings)

410-857-7000 (24-Hour Hotline)

webmaster24@marylanddc-alanon.org

marylanddc-alanon.org

  • To provide a worldwide fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share experiences, strengths, and hopes for solving common problems. This organization is not allied with any denomination, organization, or institution. Call for information about Alateen meeting times and locations.
  • The anonymity of all members is guarded.
  • All meetings are open to anyone desiring help.
  • Meeting locations around Carroll and other counties and times below are current as of publication date. Please visit the website or call the contact information above to get further information.

https://www.al-anon-alateen-dcmd.org/index.php/site/meetings/

Alcoholics Anonymous – District 9

St. Paul’s Church of Christ, 17 Bond St, Westminster, MD., 21157

P.O. Box 207, Finksburg, MD 21048 (Mailing Address)

D9mdaa.org

  • For regional information: West Central Intergroup (provides services to the AA groups of Frederick, Carroll, and Montgomery Counties)

Harbor of Grace Enhanced Recovery Center

437 Girard Street, Havre De Grace, MD 21078

443-502-8606

harborofgracerecovery.com

  • A comprehensive addiction treatment program for our nation’s first responders with a holistic approach to recovery through a full integration of mind, body, and soul.

Nar-Anon Family Groups

800-477-6291

nar-anon.org

  • Provides a support group for the family and friends of drug abusers; to learn that the drug user’s illness affects the lives of everyone close to them, and that Nar-Anon is for the parent, spouse, child, sibling, friend, or employer.
  • For information about support group meetings in the Carroll County area, call the hotline number or check the website.

Narcotics Anonymous, Free State Regional Service Center

217 Warwick Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21223-1416

410-566-4022

800-317-3222 (Hotline)

barsc@verizon.net

freestatena.org

  • To provide a twelve-step recovery program for addicts. Call for information on meeting locations.
  • Open to all with a sincere desire to stop using narcotics.

New Life for Girls

806 Littlestown Pike, Westminster, MD 21158

410-848-1360

southeastNLFG@gmail.com

southeastnewlifeforgirls.com/

  • To rehabilitate women with drug and/or alcohol abuse problems through Christian teachings. Christian classes and counseling are part of the rehabilitation in this residential program. This organization is commonly referred to as Southeast New Life for Girls because of its location.
  • Open to females between the ages of 18 and 45 years old.

Reformers Unanimous/Victory Fellowship Church of the Open Door

550 Baltimore Boulevard, Westminster, MD 21157-6102

410-876-3838

mail@opendoorchurch.org

opendoorchurch.org

  • Provides a support group for individuals dealing with addiction. This program is court approved.

Spirit of Freedom Ministries Christian Revival Center

3553 E. Lawndale Road, Reisterstown, MD 21136-4036

410-239-4660

sof@crcmd.org

crcmd.org

  • Provides support and educational program for all ages. The program is designed for those with alcohol or chemical substance problems, as well as anyone who is interested in knowing more about drugs and alcohol and the corresponding consequences.
  • Spirit of Freedom is a Maryland State approved program and is free to anyone who would like to participate.

The Federated Charities

22 S. Market Street, Suite 7, Frederick, MD 21701-5432

301-662-0544

pubinfo@westcentralaa.org

westcentralaa.org

  • 24-hour answering service
  • To assist alcoholics through group meetings with other alcoholics.

Triangle Recovery Club

2 North Court Street, 2nd Floor, Westminster, MD 21157

The Triangle Recovery Club of Westminster, Po Box 83, Woodbine, Md. 21797 (Mailing Address)

www.trcofwestminster.com 

  • The Triangle Recovery Club provides a clean and safe environment to conduct 12-step meetings for Carroll County’s alcohol and drug recovery community. The club is open to various meeting groups including:
  • AA Alcoholics Anonymous
  • HA Heroin Anonymous
  • CA Cocaine Anonymous
  • CDA Chemical Dependency Anonymous
  • Alcoholics Anonymous

Weber Sober Homes

P.O. Box 106, Woodbine, MD 21797

410-861-7740

Webersoberhomes@comcast.net

  • Provides interventions, one-on-one counseling, addiction support groups, and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. Offers 12 step outpatient recovery model and men’s recovery houses. There are two recovery houses available. All residents must pay their own way, participate in overseeing the house, and remain clean and sober.

Westminster Rescue Mission and Thrift Store

658 Lucabaugh Road, PO Box 285, Westminster, MD 21158

410-848-2222

info@westminsterrescuemission.org

westminsterrescuemission.org

  • Addiction Treatment Services at 3.1 Level of Care; CARF accredited; Evidence- based Practices Long term (Up to 9 months, highly structured residential program Faith-based nurturing environment on 30-acre (nicotine- free) campus Work Therapy Component; 12 step meetings; weekly/random UA testing;
  • MH and Addiction counseling (individual and group) and Primary Care.

Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACA-ACoA)

310-534-1815

PO Box 3216, Torrance, CA 90510 (Message Only)

www.adultchildren.org

  • Adult Children of Alcoholics/Dysfunctional Families is a Twelve Step program of people who grew up in dysfunctional homes.
  • ACA provides a safe, nonjudgmental environment to (i) identify and heal core trauma, (ii) experience freedom from shame and abandonment, and (iii) become your own loving parent.

Anthony Swetz

201 East Main Street, Westminster, MD 21157

443-340-5330

anthonyswetzphd.com

swetzphd39@gmail.com

  • Individual therapy, forensic or court evaluations, depression, bipolar, anxiety, trauma, addiction, sexual disorder.

Catherine’s Cause

410-874-8988

www.catherinescause.com

  • Works to prevent drunken driving through victim impact forums and high school presentations.

Catoctin Counseling

63 E. Main Street, Suite 100, Westminster, MD 21157-5036

410-848-9091

catoctincounseling.com

  • Provides a full spectrum community mental health agency. Counseling is offered for substance abuse, domestic violence/anger management, mental health, families, and couples.

Cedar Ridge Counseling Centers, LLC

Carroll Medical Arts Centre, 535 Old Westminster Pike, Suite #106, Westminster, MD 21157

410-552-0773

cedarridgecounseling.com

  • Mental health services include individual, couple, and family therapies. Provides substance abuse assessment and counseling, school consultations, employee assistance, and parent education.
  • Psychological testing is available. Counseling for dual-diagnosed addictions clients is also available.

 Counseling Renaissance

7533 Main St., Suite 1F, Sykesville, MD 21784

410-970-6964

gmrassa@verizon.net

counselingrenaissance.com

  • Offers weekly or biweekly sessions to work on personal goals, improve functioning in the community, and in one’s family and/or relationships. Issues include depression and anxiety, marriage, life changes, organization and memory strategies, and caregiver support.
  • DWI/DUI education and treatment group meets weekly for individual or family therapy.

Genesis Treatment Services

1106 Business Parkway S, Suite B, Westminster, MD 21157-3054

410-751-7771

admin@genesistreatment.com

genesistreatment.com

  • Provides opiate-addicted individuals treatment in a climate that supports dignity and respect. Staff members support the philosophy that addiction is a chronic, relapsing disease that can be treated with medication and supportive services. Qualified staff members provide medication, individual and group counseling, and treatment planning in an environment designed to promote quality and optimal outcomes.
  • Services include addiction assessment, medical evaluation, medication assisted treatments, short- and long-term medically- supervised withdrawal with suboxone, and methadone maintenance.
  • Staff members also provide referrals to vocational rehabilitation, housing assistance and psychiatric services. After hours phone number is 410-979-0488. Call for eligibility requirements.
  • Call for fees.

Healthcare Living for Families

1643 Liberty Road, Suite 206, Eldersburg, MD 21784

410-701-7384

hclff.com

  • We provide suboxone treatments, substance use disorder treatment, drug and alcohol counseling, psychiatry and medication management, outpatient mental health therapy, psychiatric rehabilitation program (PRP), and mobile treatment services (MT).

Inner Journey Counseling Center

Gregory Rubin-LCPC 5420 Klees Mill Road, Suite 6, Sykesville, MD 21784-9230

410-552-5290 (Office)

410-615-6846 (Cell)

https://innerjourneycc.com/

  • Provides treatment in the following areas: depression, substance abuse, anxiety, grief, bereavement, loss, life transition and review, problems at school or work and spiritual conflicts.

Integrative Counseling

6220 Georgetown Blvd. Suite C, Eldersburg, MD 21784

410-740-8067

frontdesk@ccs-ic.com

https://integrative-counseling.com/

  • Integrative-counseling.com Hours by appointment
  • A partner of Congruent Counseling provides tailored educational and psychological testing. Educational and treatment services meet several state requirements for court ordered treatment. State of Maryland certified in outpatient treatment and DWI/DUI education. Offers alcohol and marijuana education sessions.
  • Other services include anger management, men’s’ parenting classes, interpersonal violence program, substance abuse/addiction education & treatment, individual, couples or family counseling, and psychiatric medication management.
  • Visit website for insurance information.

Metwork Health Services

2120 Liberty Road, Eldersburg, MD 21784-6723

410-781-4158

410-781-4801 (Fax)

metworkhealthservices@yahoo.com

http://www.marylandmethadone.com/index.html

  • Provides methadone maintenance therapy for the treatment of opioid use disorder, along with substance abuse counseling, in an outpatient setting. This program provides person-centered services based on the strengths, needs, abilities, preferences, desired outcomes, and cultural background of the person served.
  • Serves those with one year of opioid use disorder.
  • Call for information.

Mountain Manor Treatment Center, Westminster Outpatient

Carroll Plaza Shopping Center, Suite 20 C, Westminster, MD 21157-2927

410-876-2425

800-537-3422 (24-Hour)

https://www.marylandtreatment.org/

  • Provides outpatient drug and alcohol treatment, and inpatient assessments. Services include evaluation and assessment, group counseling, family education/counseling, didactic/comprehensive/ relapse prevention, co-dependency counseling, continuing care, and the Motor Vehicle Administration alcohol education program.
  • Can give referrals to various juvenile programs in the Baltimore area.

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

301-443-3860

5635 Fishers Lane, Bethesda, MA 20892-9304

www.niaaa.nih.gov

  • The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism works to research, develop, and apply fundamental knowledge about the effects of alcohol on health and well-being.

New Path Counseling Center, LLC Carroll Plaza Shopping Center

250 Englar Road, Suite 3, Westminster, MD 21157-2929

410-615-3469

admin@newpathcounselingcenter.com

http://newpathcounselingcenter.com/

  • Offers individual, family, and couple’s therapy. Assessment and counseling for DUI issues/charges available. Works with substance abuse/addiction, depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, grief, divorce, workplace issues, dual diagnosis, and relationship/marriage difficulties.

North Carroll Counseling Center/Recovery and Wellness Program

1011 Main Street, Hampstead, MD 21074-2230

410-552-9007

https://yourfirststep.org/treatment-center/north-carroll-counseling-center-recovery-and-wellness-program-hampstead-md/

  • Provides drug and alcohol addiction treatment, dual diagnosis, and outpatient drug treatment center services. Include early intervention and DWI Education. Self-pay and some private health insurance accepted.

Re-Entry Mental Health Services

40 S. Church Street, Suite 105 Westminster, MD 21157-5414

410-848-9244

http://www.reentrymentalhealth.com/

  • Provides therapy to the public for loneliness and depression, anxiety, marital conflicts, separation and divorce, phobias, stress, alcohol, codependence, and drugs.
  • This private mental health service provides therapies including individual psychotherapy, family therapy, marital therapy, couple’s therapy, group therapy, alcohol counseling, child psychotherapy, adolescent psychotherapy, stress management, and crisis management.
  • The alcohol and drug counseling program is certified by the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Administration; also offers a Maryland Vehicle Administration-approved DWI Alcohol Education Program.

Right Turn Impact

1209 Liberty Road, Suite #102, Sykesville, MD 21784

410-581-4900

rightturnimpact.com

  • Right Turn-IMPACT Treatment Center provides a Recovery Oriented System of Care (ROSoC) designed to help people suffering from substance use disorders find healthy recovery solutions. If you have an alcohol or drug problem, or if you have legal problems related to substance use, we can help you.

SAFE Project

https://www.safeproject.us/

  • SAFE Project is a national nonprofit working through a collaborative, multi- pronged and non-partisan approach to end the nation’s catastrophic addiction epidemic. It will require concerted efforts along six deeply interwoven lines of operation.
  • Their services and resources include:
  • Public Awareness
  • Full Spectrum Prevention Prescriptions & Medical Response Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice Treatment & Recovery
  • Family Support & Outreach

Shoemaker Center

Maryland Treatment Centers, Inc. Springfield Hospital Center Hitchman Building – 4th Street

6655 Sykesville Road, Sykesville, MD 21784-7966

410-876-2395

shoemakeradmissions@mmtcmd.com

https://community.carr.org/fullrecord.asp?record=956

  • Provides a residential substance abuse program which allows the patient’s body time to become drug and alcohol free, and the mind an opportunity to understand the dynamics of addiction.
  • This inpatient adult residential treatment facility has trained medical staff on duty 24-hours a day. Certified and licensed counselors or social workers offer individual counseling along with various forms of group therapy. Motivation enhancement, anger management, problem solving, interpersonal skills training, stress management, 12-step programming, peer counseling, gender- specific groups, role modeling, and aftercare planning are major components of the curriculum.
  • Participants must be at least 21 years of age; diagnosed with a substance abuse problem; need 24-hour,7-day residential treatment; be willing and capable of participating in all residential program activities; demonstrate a commitment to recovery, learning, and personal growth, and sign and agree to the terms of program consent for treatment.

Sober Truth

32 W. Baltimore St., Taneytown, MD 21787

443-918-8592

sobertruthsubstanceabusetreatment.com

  • Intensive outpatient, standard outpatient, individual therapy, abuse intervention program, support group for families who have lost a loved one due to overdose, gambling addiction.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration S. Department of Health and Human Services

877-726-4727

5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville, MD 20857

www.samhsa.gov

  • SAMHSA is an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that provides resources and services for mental and substance use disorder prevention, treatment, and recovery.

The Association for Addiction Professionals

800-548-0497

www.naadac.org

  • The NAADAC promotes excellence in care by advocating for the highest quality and most up-to-date science-based services for clients, families, and communities.
  • The NAADAC provides education, clinical training, and certification in several addiction programs. Call for written information on alcoholism and drug addiction.

Triunfo, LLC

15910 Dark Hollow Road, Upperco, MD 21155-9349

443-789-0432

Cconcha39@gmail.com

https://community.carr.org/fullrecord.asp?record=1649

  • Services include:
  • Counseling services related to education, therapy groups, individual addiction counseling
  • Problem solving groups or individual sessions as needed
  • Anger management groups or individual sessions as needed
  • Pre-marriage couple communication (PREP modality: Preparation and Relationship Enhancement Program)
  • Translations (English/Spanish) and notarizations. Specializes in assisting the Hispanic population.
  • Preparation for drivers testing to obtain license.
  • Serves self-referred or court-ordered adults.

Westminster Recovery Center, LLC

77 E. Main Street, Suite 300, Westminster, MD 21157-5015

410-857-8448

wrcl@verizon.net

https://www.westminsterrecoverycenter.net/

  • To provide exceptional, affordable, and easily accessible services to individuals who have abused or are addicted to the use of alcohol/ drugs. Emphasizes the importance of the programs of alcoholic and narcotics anonymous in the treatment of addictions.
  • Offers Level One outpatient treatment programs, alcohol and drug education and counseling, assessments, and evaluations, 26-week programs, private alcohol and drug counseling, drug screenings, family services, interventions, and employment services.
  • Advocates for clients in court for employment issues and more.

Westminster Rescue Mission

658 Lucabaugh Mill Road, P.O. Box 285, Westminster, MD 21158

410-848-2222

info@westminsterrescuemission.org

WestminsterRescueMission.org

  • Services include:
  • Addiction Treatment Services at 3.1 Level of Care
  • CARF accredited
  • Evidence-based Practices Long term (up to 9 months), highly structured residential program Faith-based Recovery curriculum
  • Nurturing environment on 30-acre (nicotine-free) campus
  • Work Therapy Component
  • 12 step meetings – weekly/random
  • UA testing
  • Clinical Services include MH and Addiction counseling (individual & group) and Primary Care.

 

Access Carroll, Inc.

10 Distillery Drive, Suite 200, Westminster, MD 21157

410-871-1478 (Main Office)

410-871-3219 (Fax)

info@accesscarroll.org

accesscarroll.org

  • Full Time Integrated Health Care
  • Ambulatory Detoxification is available all Access Carroll weekday hours and Saturday & Sunday: 9:00am-1:00pm
  • Access Carroll is an integrated primary care medical home, providing sliding fee scale medical, dental, and behavioral health services for low-income residents of Carroll County of all ages.

Adult Drug Treatment Court Program Circuit Court for Carroll County

55 N. Court Street, Westminster, MD 21157-5155

410-386-2851

https://circuitcourt.carrollcountymd.gov/drug-court.aspx#:~:text=Carroll%20County%20Circuit%20Court&text=The%20mission%20of%20the%20Carroll,individualized%20services%20to%20eligible%20offenders.

  • Aims to reduce dependency through effective allocation of community resources to an intensive, court-supervised program that combines treatment with support services for eligible offenders.
  • Provides intensive case-management and referrals for community services and resources.
  • Individuals are referred to Drug Court by the Carroll County Circuit Court.

BH Health Services

450 E. Main Street, Westminster, MD 21157-5540 410-871-3005

bhhealthservicesinc.com

  • Treat individuals who are dependent on opioids such as heroin or oxycontin. Provides methadone maintenance treatment.

Carroll County Youth Service Bureau,

59 Kate Wagner Road, Westminster, MD 21157-6957 410-848-2500

ccysb.org

  • Provides outpatient mental health and substance use treatment, as well as continuum of specialty programs for children and adolescents, adults, and families. For a detailed description of these services, please call or refer to the website, ccysb.org.

Carroll Hospital Behavioral Health Services

200 Memorial Avenue, Westminster, MD 21157

410-871-7110

https://www.lifebridgehealth.org/Carroll/behavioralhealth.aspx

  • Provides clinically intensive co-occurring treatment, education, and support in a structured, yet non-residential, environment. This program is less intensive than in-patient treatment programs yet is designed to meet specific needs of persons seeking treatment appropriate to these levels of care.
  • The program includes a variety of programs for co-occurring disorders. We will do an intake and determine the appropriate level of care. Levels of care include partial hospitalization programming (PHP), intensive outpatient programming (IOP), both with an addiction component.
  • Eligible individuals include those in crisis, those having trouble complying with treatment, and those who have been admitted to similar programs in the past. Please call or check the Internet site for details.
  • Ambulatory Care PHP/IOP (with addiction component)

Carroll County Prevention Office for Substance Abuse Carroll County Health Department

290 S. Center Street, Westminster, MD 21157-5219 410-876-4803

Linda.auerback@maryland.gov

cchd.maryland.gov

  • Reduce substance abuse in Carroll County by working together to design and deliver comprehensive prevention services. This office works to increase substance abuse awareness and resiliency skills through multiple community- involved and research-based programs.

Carroll County Sheriff’s Office SRO Program Carroll County Public Schools

125 N. Court Street, Westminster, MD 21157

410-386-1687

  • In conjunction with the Carroll County Board of Education, the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, Hampstead, Taneytown, and Westminster City Police present drug/alcohol education classes to all 8th-12th grade students.
  • Community presentations are available as schedules permit by contacting the Sherriff’s Office by phone.

Choices of Carroll County

PO Box 374, Westminster, MD 21158-0374

410-751-5327

choices@choicesofcarrollcounty.org

https://community.carr.org/fullrecord.asp?record=451

  • Assists young adults learn the consequences of substance abuse to interrupt the destructive cycle of alcohol and chemical dependencies.
  • Site tours, educational presentations, videos, and homework assignments are also included.
  • Parent-referred or court-ordered young adults.
  • Targets young adults aged 18 to 23 with alcohol and/or drug problems.

FoolProof Improvisational Theatre Community Foundation of Carroll County

735 Uniontown Road, Westminster, MD 21158-4228

443-340-7005

https://www.foolprooftroupe.org/about-foolproof

  • To perform issue-oriented improvisations for youth and parent groups to help open lines of communication. Issues such as drug abuse, alcohol abuse, suicide, teenage pregnancy, peer pressure, divorce, and AIDS provide the basis for scripts. Members perform for schools, drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers, church youth groups, service organizations, PTA groups, or anyone else requesting the service. Program lengths vary, but they are generally one hour in length with thirty minutes for scenes and thirty minutes for communication between the audience and characters.

Addiction Resource

www.addictionresource.com

888-772-4219

  • Addiction Resource offers a guide to finding resources for addiction, prevention programs, support groups, and treatments.

Alcohol and Drug Help Line

800-821-4357

  • 24-hour referrals nationwide to individuals battling drug and alcohol abuse.

Celebrate Recovery

celebraterecovery.com

  • Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-Centered, 12-step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain, or addiction of any kind. It is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues controlling our life.

Cocaine Anonymous org

https://ca.org/

  • C.A. is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other. C.A. offers a free, 12-step recovery program for individuals who have a desire to stop using cocaine and other mind-altering substances.

Find Support Groups

https://findsupportgroups.org/search/?geodir_search=1&stype=gd_place&s=+&snear=&sgeo_lat=39.5317238&sgeo_lon=-76.9913819&near=me

  • FindSupportGroups.org is a nonprofit organization focused on reducing suicide and helping those in need find resources for mental health and addiction recovery. The website allows users to easily find support groups within their local area.

Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically Dependent Persons and Significant Others

jacsweb.org

  • JACS is dedicated to encouraging and assisting Jewish alcoholics, chemically dependent persons, and their families, friends, and associates to explore recovery in a nurturing Jewish environment.

Justin’s Place Support Group Crossroads Church

443-487-4002

info@crossroads140.com

https://www.crossroads140.com/crossroads-recovery/

  • A local Affiliate ministry for Crossroads Community Church under Crossroads Recovery. Justin’s Place serves men who struggle with drug and alcohol addiction through a two-phase, Christ-centered residential recovery and transition program.

On Our Own of Carroll County – Overdose Support Group

265 E Main Street, Westminster MD.

https://cchd.maryland.gov/overdose-support-group/

  • The Overdose Support Group is a peer-lead group that discusses coping mechanisms for grief, how to refill your Narcan prescription, and how to use your voice to help yourself and others. The support group offers members a place to talk and process their thoughts and feelings surrounding fatal and non- fatal overdoses.

Marijuana Anonymous

marijuana-anonymous.org

  • M.A. is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other. M.A. offers a free, 12-step program for individuals who have a desire to stop using marijuana.

Narcotics Anonymous

narcoticsanonymous.org

  • N.A. is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other. N.A. offers a free, 12-step program for individuals who have a desire to stop using narcotics.

Nar-Anon Family Groups

nar-anon.org

  • Nar-Anon is a non-religious, spiritual fellowship for those affected by someone else’s addiction.

Women for Sobriety

womenforsobriety.org

  • Women for Sobriety is an organization and self-help program for women with substance use disorders who seek a sober life.

Yes, My Kid

Friendship Baptist Church, 1391 Sykesville Rd, Sykesville, MD, 21784

410-442-5506

frndship@wecare.org

  • Support for families whose children struggle with substance abuse.
  • Email Raimie Bruguera.

Beacon Health Options

beaconhealthoptions.com

  • Beacon offers clinical mental health and substance use disorder management, comprehensive employee assistance program, work/life support, specialty programs for autism and depression, and insightful analytics to improve the delivery of care.

Behavioral Health Administration — Directory of Services in Md.

health.maryland.gov

  • Offers a comprehensive array of services and support to help individuals with substance-related disorders, mental health disorders, co-occurring disorders, and problem-gambling disorders recover.

Caron Foundation

caronfoundation.org

  • Caron aims to transform lives impacted by addiction and substance use through proven, comprehensive, and personalized behavioral healthcare solutions.
  • Caron offers multiple evidence-based, gender-specific behavioral health and addiction programs.

Hazelden Foundation

hazelden.org

  • Hazelden Foundation offers prevention and recovery solutions nationwide and across the entire continuum of care for youth and adults through individualized care.

National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers

naatp.org

  • The NAATP is a nonprofit professional society that represents hundreds of not- for-profit and for-profit addiction treatment providers who offer critical services along the full continuum of care. The NAATP website provides resources, programs, and events to help with the prevention and treatment of addiction.

Southeast New Life for Girls

southeastNLFG@gmail.com

https://www.rehabsamerica.org/maryland/westminster/private-drug-rehab-center/southeast-new-life-for-girls

  • To rehabilitate women with drug and/or alcohol abuse problems through Christian teachings. Christian classes and counseling are part of the rehabilitation in this residential program.
  • Open to females between the ages of 18 and 45 years old.

Alcohol Help

https://www.alcoholhelp.com/

  • Alcohol Help is an informational resource providing high-quality, well researched webpages surrounding the implications of alcohol use and how to seek treatment.

American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence

aatod.org

  • The American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence works with federal and state agency officials concerning opioid treatment policy throughout the United States. Their mission is to increase public understanding and evidence-based practices of treating opioid addiction.

American Society of Addiction Medicine

asam.org

  • ASAM is a professional medical society representing thousands of physicians, clinicians, and associated professionals in the field of addiction medicine. ASAM is dedicated to increasing access and improving the quality of addiction treatment, education, and research.

Christopher Smithers Foundation

smithersfoundation.org

212-305-6001

  • The Smithers Foundation offers a number of individual, group, and medical therapy based approaches to individuals struggling with substance use and mental health conditions.

College Drinking—Changing the Culture

collegedrinkingprevention.gov

  • A one-stop resource for comprehensive, research-based information on issues related to underage drinking and binge drinking among college students.

Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America

cadca.org

  • CADCA is a network of over 5,000 community coalitions that work to prevent substance misuse through collaborative community efforts. CADCA provides technical assistance and training, public policy advocacy media strategies and marketing programs, and special events.

Join Together

jointogether.org

  • Join Together helps families prevent and treat addiction and support recovery for their children and loved ones, as well as work to improve the addiction treatment system and end the addiction crisis.

Legal Action Center

lac.org

  • The Legal Action Center uses legal and policy strategies to fight discrimination, build health equity, and restore opportunity for people with criminal records, substance use disorders, and HIV or AIDS.

Maryland Association of Prevention Professionals and Advocates

mappamd.org

  • MAPPA is a group of prevention professionals in Maryland that serve as a forum to address issues of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention.

Monitoring the Future Study

monitoringthefuture.org

  • Monitoring the Future is an ongoing study of the behaviors, attitudes, and values of Americans from adolescence through adulthood. Monitoring the Future surveys 8th, 10th, and 12th graders, along with annual follow-up questionnaires to monitor health.

Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation

pire.org

  • PIRE is a nonprofit organization focused on merging scientific knowledge and research-based practices to create solutions that improve the health, safety, and well-being of individuals, communities, and nations around the world.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

rwjf.org

  • The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation provides a wide array of grant programs, engages policymakers, business leaders, community groups, and many other stakeholders with a common interest in resolving America’s greatest health challenges.

StartYourRecovery.org

https://www.StartYourRecovey.org/

  • Provides helpful information for people who are dealing with substance use issues – and their family members, friends, and co-workers. StartYourRecovery.org offers people a single source of reputable, objective information about signs, symptoms, conditions, treatment options, and resources in a user-friendly format.

Therapeutic Communities of America

tcanet.org

  • The TCA is a national membership organization of drug-free, self-help substance abuse treatment and rehabilitation agencies providing diverse services in academic and vocational education programs, health and medical needs, physical needs, spiritual needs, and social and cultural needs.

Tobacco Bulletin Board Service

tobacco.org

  • Tobacco Bulletin Board Service provides the latest new, publications, and research concerning tobacco.

Wavelengths Recovery

wavelengths.com

  • Wavelengths is a comprehensive substance abuse treatment center that helps individuals struggling with addiction through an individualized care plan.

 

BH Health Services

450 E. Main Street, Westminster, MD 21157-5540

410-871-3005

bhhealthservicesinc.com

  • Treat individuals who are dependent on opioids such as heroin or oxycontin. Provides methadone maintenance treatment.

Genesis Treatment Services

1106 Business Parkway S, Suite B, Westminster, MD 21157-3054

410-751-7771

410-979-0488 (After Hours)

admin@genesistreatment.com

genesistreatment.com

  • Provides opiate-addicted individuals treatment in a climate that supports dignity and respect. Staff members support the philosophy that addiction is a chronic, relapsing disease that can be treated with medication and supportive services. Qualified staff members provide medication, individual and group counseling, and treatment planning in an environment designed to promote quality and optimal outcomes.
  • Services include addiction assessment, medical evaluation, medication assisted treatments, short- and long-term medically- supervised withdrawal with suboxone, and methadone maintenance.
  • Staff members also provide referrals to vocational rehabilitation, housing assistance and psychiatric services. Call for eligibility requirements.
  • Call for fees.

Healthcare Living for Families

1643 Liberty Road, Suite 206, Eldersburg, MD 21784

410-701-7384

hclff.com

  • We provide suboxone treatments, substance use disorder treatment, drug and alcohol counseling, psychiatry and medication management, outpatient mental health therapy, psychiatric rehabilitation program (PRP), and mobile treatment services (MT).

Metwork Health Services

2120 Liberty Road, Eldersburg, MD 21784-6723

410-781-4158

410-781-4801 (Fax)

metworkhealthservices@yahoo.com

http://www.marylandmethadone.com/index.html

  • Provides methadone maintenance therapy for the treatment of opioid use disorder, along with substance abuse counseling, in an outpatient setting. This program provides person-centered services based on the strengths, needs, abilities, preferences, desired outcomes, and cultural background of the person served.
  • Serves those with one year of opioid use disorder.