Maryland Drug Rehab

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    Carroll Hospital Center Behavioral Health Servs IOP Program

    200 Memorial Avenue,
    Westminster , 21157

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health & Drug/Alcohol Abuse Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    • Subutex / Suboxone Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Day Treatment-Limited Hospitalization
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Co-Occurring Mental & Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    • Teenagers
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Accepts Medicare
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
    Languages Spoken:
    • ASL / Hearing Impaired
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    Genesis Treatment Services

    1106 Business Parkway South, Suite B
    Westminster , 21157

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    • Methadone Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Self Pay
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    Family Health Center Hamilton Medical Building

    3415 Hamilton Street, Suite 9
    West-Hyattsville , 20782

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health & Drug/Alcohol Abuse Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Adult Female
    • Adult Male
    • Co-Occurring Mental & Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment
    • Criminal Justice Clients
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Self Pay
    Languages Spoken:
    • Spanish Speaking
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    Walden Behavioral Health

    85 High Street, Suite 4
    Waldorf , 20602

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health & Drug/Alcohol Abuse Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    • Pregnant & Postpartum Woman
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Military Insurance (E.G. VA / TRICARE / CHAMPVA)
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    • State Funded Insurance (Non-Medicaid)
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
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    Insight Treatment Centers

    85 High Street, Suite 1
    Waldorf , 20602

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    Forms of Payment:
    • Self Pay
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    Alcohol and Drug Recovery (ADR)

    3475 Leonardtown Road, Suite 102
    Waldorf , 20601

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    Forms of Payment:
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
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    Washington Pastoral Counseling Service Substance Abuse Services

    3235 Leonardtown Road,
    Waldorf , 20601

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Adult Female
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    • Pregnant & Postpartum Woman
    Forms of Payment:
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
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    Open ARMMS Inc

    2590 Business Park Court,
    Waldorf , 20601

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    • Methadone Detox
    • Methadone Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Adult Female
    • Adult Male
    • Co-Occurring Mental & Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
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    Seafarers Addiction Rehabilitation Center

    45705 Locust Grove Drive,
    Valley-Lee , 20692

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Long Term Residential Treatment Programs (30 Days Or More)
    • Short Term Residential Treatment Programs (30 Days Or Less)
    Forms of Payment:
    • Private Health Insurance
    Languages Spoken:
    • Spanish Speaking
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    Institute of Life and Health Alcohol Drug Assessment and Therapy Program

    5311 Water Street, Suite D
    Upper-Marlboro , 20772

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health & Drug/Alcohol Abuse Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    • Teenagers
    Forms of Payment:
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
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Your Treatment Options + State Drug Abuse Facts

Introduction

Drug or alcohol addiction has the potential to destroy your life, and seeking professional help can make all the difference in your struggle to overcome a substance abuse problem. A range of drug treatment programs with differing approaches exist to help those battling drug or alcohol abuse free themselves from their physical and psychological addiction. Many Marylanders know the devastating effects of addiction, with a recent White House report revealing that approximately seven percent of all state residents abuse illicit substances. If you or someone you love is struggling with a substance abuse problem, knowing about your treatment options can set the course to addiction recovery.

Type & Length of Care

Long-Term Treatment Programs (90-Day)

Particularly well-suited to those who are battling a long-standing addiction, long-term drug treatment facilities provide 24-hour-a-day care for those facing drug or alcohol addiction in a therapeutic community setting. Many who enter such programs undergo detoxification first; after dealing with the physical aspects of addiction, long-term treatment programs utilize group therapy in order to help patients resocialize, deal with their psychological dependence and gain a sense of personal accountability.

Short-Term Treatment Programs (28 / 30 Day)

Short-term treatment programs provide inpatient residential treatment like long-term facilities but with a more intensive approach based on modification of the 12-step method. In order to help those facing addiction achieve complete addiction recovery, many short-term treatment programs will help patients find ongoing outpatient therapy following the completion of the program.

Outpatient / Inpatient

Several types of outpatient treatment exist, and these programs are primarily differentiated by the weekly time commitment. Often used as an alternative to inpatient treatment, partial hospitalization programs provide as much as 20 hours a week of individual and group therapy while patients continue to live at home. Intensive outpatient programs can be used as a transition from inpatient treatment, offering nine to 12 hours of weekly group and individual counseling.

Residential Treatment Services

Detox

Because alcohol and drug addiction often involves physical dependence, detoxification is frequently the first step undertaken in a drug treatment program. Stopping use of drugs or alcohol without support can bring about painful and dangerous physiological side-effects, and drug or alcohol withdrawal can even result in death. In order to assist those with a substance abuse problem along the path to recovery, detoxification programs offered by many inpatient treatment facilities utilize physician-controlled medications to make withdrawal symptoms manageable through “medically managed withdrawal.”

Sober-living house

Inpatient drug treatment programs can help those with addiction make significant progress towards recovery, but many who complete such programs are not ready to return to their former lives immediately following treatment. Whether due to lack of a support system or the need for ongoing help to avoid temptation, a sober-living house can help addicts in recovery transition from inpatient treatment. These facilities don't administer drug addiction treatment directly, but such houses provide those in recovery with a safe place to continue outpatient treatment.

Dual diagnosis

Substance abuse often goes hand-in-hand with mental illness, and dual diagnosis treatment programs can help patients achieve better mental health as they combat their dependence on alcohol or drugs. Dual diagnosis programs are usually offered as inpatient treatment, and those who qualify can receive medication support and therapy for their mental illness while they receive treatment for their addiction.

Commonly Abused & Treated Drugs

Abuse of heroin, fentanyl and other opioids continues to grow throughout Maryland, with these drugs causing thousands of overdoses in the state each year. A study conducted by the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy shows that heroin use is the most common reason for admission to addiction treatment programs, followed by alcohol, marijuana and cocaine.

Conclusion

Choosing to seek professional help for your drug or alcohol addiction can be difficult, but by taking the first steps toward recovery, you can achieve a life free from the chains of substance abuse. Those with an alcohol or drug addiction can often obtain better treatment results from a drug addiction center away from home as the distance can mitigate the temptation presented by familiar surroundings and old routines. Marylanders who wish to find out more about their drug treatment options should contact us for immediate help.


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