Maryland suffers some of the highest rates of drug addiction and alcoholism in the nation. From the mean streets of Baltimore, and heroin and cocaine addiction, to small town meth, and everywhere in between alcoholism and marijuana addiction - families in Maryland suffer unduly. Fortunately, when Maryland residents decide to get help for their drug addiction or alcoholism, at the very least insurance companies in Maryland are mandated through parity legislation to provide the same funding for drug treatment as they would provide for physical heath treatment.
Even those people who lack good private health insurance can get help and at a price they can afford. They may not get silk sheets and a daily massage, but at one of the many charity or non profit rehabs offering free or very affordable care, they will get what they need to beat drug addiction or alcoholism.
In addition to charity free drug rehabs, the state also provides some subsidized funding for drug and alcohol treatment, and you may be eligible for this treatment, even if you do not qualify for Medicaid.
If you have a drug or alcohol problem, wherever in Maryland that you my live, you can get help, and you can get it at a price you can afford.
Need help? Call 2-1-1, press 1, or call Maryland's Crisis Hotline 1-888-373-7888, available 24 hours/7 days a week to provide support, crisis support and assistance on how to access Substance Use Disorder services. Callers will also be given information about naloxone, recovery support and family services as available/appropriate in the individual's local area.
Avery Road Treatment Center provides residential, non-hospital detoxification and intermediate care services for adults.
The Avery Road Combined Care (ARCC) facility is managed by Maryland Treatment Centers, Inc. through a contract with Montgomery County. ARCC provide clinically managed medium intensity residential services for adult males and females and Intensive Outpatient Services and outpatient mental health services for adult males and females.
An Annapolis based inpatient rehab for men, women and teens. Very short term (5-14 day) programs combine detox, therapy and relapse prevention. Sliding scale fee assessment, Medicaid, health insurance or self pay.
A low cost Baltimore halfway house for adult men. Fees are assessed based on an ability to pay, but all must get a job.
Serving southern Maryland, Walden Sierra runs an inpatient 28 day rehab for adult men and women, with detox, and a long term residential halfway home for women with children. All fees are assessed on a sliding scale based on ability to pay.
A 6-9 month, very affordable ($60 per week) sober living home for women, in Hagerstown. No woman will be turned away for financial reasons.
Two sober living homes for adult men in Baltimore. Men must be fully detoxed for admission. Six months to one year in residence.
A Baltimore institution for more than 30 years, adult men and women can access very affordable 28 drug and alcohol rehab, and no one is turned away for financial reasons. Residents may transition out of the rehab into long term transitional care if desired.
In Hagerstown, a 6-12 month continuing care facility for adult men. Very affordable (pay what you can) and with in house therapies and support.
A 9+ month women only halfway house, in Bel Air.