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A Helping Hand LLC
6401 Dogwood Road, Suite 201,
Gwynn Oak, MD21207
(410) 653-0021
www.ahelpinghandmd.com

Intake Phone Numbers:
(410) 653-0021x21

Hotline Phone Numbers: (410) 979-0488

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment, Methadone Maintenance

Residency: Outpatient

Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid

A HELPING HAND HEALTH SERVICES, LLC provides drug treatment to adults addicted to opiates. Treatment for severe opiate addiction incorporates Methadone Maintenance, counseling, and medical services to support good health.
Methadone reduces the cravings for opiates and prevents the onset of withdrawal symptoms. With time, effort, and commitment, methadone may allow you to lead a more stable life. Counseling helps you set priorities, structure your life, and deal with the problems created by drug abuse.
Service provided by A HELPING HAND are listed below:
*Methadone Maintenance
*Individual and group counseling
*Referral Services (vocational rehabilitation, mental health, primary care physicians or specialists, other drug and alcohol
treatment facilities
*Urine drug screening and alcohol testing
* Medical review including physical exam, general blood tests, TB, hepatitis, and syphilis screening, and pregnancy testing
Columbia Addictions Center
5570 Sterrett Place, Suite 205,
Columbia, MD21044
(410) 730-1333
www.columbiaaddictions.com

Intake Phone Numbers:
(410) 730-3944

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment

Residency: Outpatient

Payment Accepted: Self payment

Specializing in Adolescents, Women, Men, DUI/DWI offenders

Eileen Dewey, LCSW-C, SAP is the Director of Columbia Addictions Center. She is a Board Approved Supervisor and has taught a number of continuing education courses for Social Workers.

Columbia Addictions Center aims to provide comprehensive counseling to those in need. Our dedicated counselors are trained in a number of specialties in order to best serve the diverse needs of our clients. Our organization offers a wide array of services including substance abuse treatment, comprehensive mental health services, anger management, couples counseling, family counseling, intervention and specialized help for teens at risk. With a supportive front desk staff that cares for each individual, all clients will feel welcomed while receiving the treatment they require.

CAC is a State Certified outpatient counseling center
Our counselors are Licensed/Certified in addictions treatment
CAC has established professional relationships with a vast number of community resources
Our counselors have extensive training in a variety of specialties (anger management, interventions, alternative therapies, etc.)
Our non-judgmental, compassionate approach emphasizes growth and accountability, not blame
Counseling Resource Associates
6423 Frederick Road, Suite 202,
Baltimore, MD21228
(410) 788-4360
www.catonsvilleaddictions.com

Intake Phone Numbers:
(410) 615-9612

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment

Residency: Outpatient

Payment Accepted: Self payment

Payment Assistance: Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)

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Counseling Resource Associates is a private, individually operated, state approved substance abuse program. The program is offered evenings and at individual times by appointment. Addiction is a disease which can be treated and recovery is possible.
JAEL Health Services Inc
10176 Baltimore National Pike, Suite 115,
Ellicott City, MD21042
(410) 203-2120
www.jaelhealth.com

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment, Methadone Maintenance

Residency: Outpatient

Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid)

Specializing in Women

JAEL is a clinic licensed by the state of Maryland that offers outpatient services accredited by CARF. Our staff is comprised of qualified and licensed counselors, therapists, and administrators, and a licensed physician with extensive experience in the treatment of addictive disorders.

JAEL Health Services, Inc. offers methadone maintenance treatment to persons who are addicted to illicit opiates and/or prescription narcotics. Methadone maintenance is not for persons who have been using opiates on a short term basis. An individual must be physically dependent to opiates for a minimum of 1-year to meet the requirements for admission into methadone treatment.

At JAEL Health Services Inc., we are committed to providing a safe, friendly atmosphere for our clients to become medically stabilized on methadone. We offer regular counseling sessions to address social and family issues which are often part of the addiction dynamic. We employ qualified medical and clinical personnel who are experienced and trained in addictions treatment.

JAEL Health Services, Inc. is a private medication-assisted treatment program. We accept both Primary Adult Care (PAC) and Medical Assistance coverage through the state of Maryland as a form of payment. If you have insurance coverage through a private insurer, our staff will assist you in seeking financial reimbursement from your health insurance company for fees paid to the program.
We Care Arundel Health Service Inc
13 Aquahart Road, Suite A,
Glen Burnie, MD21061
(410) 766-9668
www.MARYLANDMETHADONE.COM

Intake Phone Numbers:
(866) 580-4888

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment, Methadone Maintenance

Residency: Outpatient

Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid

MISSION STATEMENT
This Program is committed to providing the highest quality methadone maintenance therapy, by employing competent, qualified, and courteous staff and adhering to the best practices in the field, in order to enhance the lives of the people we serve.
Client centered addiction treatment at an affordable price is available here. We specialize in the treatment of opioid dependence. Treatment at one of our four locations includes assessments, methadone maintenance, drug counseling and treatment planning developed by you for you. * We have been providing treatment for almost twenty years in the Baltimore and D.C. area
EPOCH Counseling Center
3902 Annapolis Road,
Baltimore, MD21227
(410) 789-2647
www.friendsresearch.org/epoch.htm

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment, Buprenorphine Services

Residency: Outpatient

Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, Private health insurance

Payment Assistance: Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)

Specializing in Adolescents, Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Women, DUI/DWI offenders

Our MIssion

Friends Research Institute promotes health and well-being through research, grants administration, education and treatment.
Our History

“Maryland’s Shame!” screamed the headline in the Baltimore Sun in the spring of 1955 in an article describing the horrors of the care for Maryland’s mentally ill. The situation was desperate.

The Sun’s story detailing these patients’ plight attracted the attention of Baltimorean Edith Klotzman, who quickly rallied to the cause. Her passion was contagious, and soon her husband Aaron became involved. That summer, the Klotzmans gathered together a group of their friends and created a new nonprofit organization, Friends of Psychiatric Research, familiarly known as Friends. Aaron personally contributed $2500, representing 1/3 of the total first year’s operating budget.

Friends of Psychiatric Research was based at Spring Grove State Hospital and was dedicated to fostering research for the mentally ill. In 1960, Friends received funding for its first Federal grant for research. By 1962, the organization associated with Springfield State Hospital, and in 1964 Friends was appointed to conduct research for all seven of Maryland’s mental health hospitals.

During Friends’ association with the State of Maryland, there were a number of remarkable accomplishments. Friends instituted a “night hospital” at Spring Grove for women on the road to recovery from mental illness who still needed the hospital’s support. These women worked during the day, returning “home” to the hospital each evening. The program, one of the Nation’s first for disadvantaged women, was an immediate success. Friends also sponsored two vocational rehabilitation residences for developmentally challenged children in downtown Baltimore. Several drug and alcohol abuse treatment centers were also opened across the city.

Meanwhile, seeking new ways to serve, Friends launched two research projects…endeavors that would ultimately take the organization in a new direction. The first was a Neurological research project involving primates, requiring a new research lab and a move away from the State hospital sites. Also during this period, Friends was approached by the Veteran’s Administration (VA) to initiate lithium carbonate clinical trials with 600 patient volunteers. The study’s sponsor, a large pharmaceutical company, had difficulty identifying a sufficiently large number of patients with bipolar disorder. Discussions began with VA hospitals across the country to involve their patients. This was the first collaborative study for Friends and involved 22 VA hospitals. Lithium carbonate treatment was ultimately approved by the FDA and has become an invaluable tool in the treatment of bipolar disorder.

As Friends’ research projects became more diverse and more numerous, the name of the organization was changed to Friends Medical Science Research Center, Inc. Friends’ reputation was growing as well. Physicians, other health professionals and Principal Investigators were approaching Friends to administer research projects for them.

In June 1964, the Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, aware of the growing need to evaluate drug programs in the United States, sought Friends’ assistance, thrusting the organization into the national spotlight and into the fast-growing high-tech world of electronic data collection. The medical research community across the country took notice.

Dr. David Nurco, joining Friends in the mid ‘60s, began studying the impact of drug abuse on families and the community, establishing the Friends Social Research Center (SRC) as the organization’s primary research site. Today, SRC conducts research into the demography and effects of drug abuse on individuals, families, schools and the greater community.

Beginning in 1971, Dr. John Krantz, one of Friends’ original Board members, saw the need to treat drug abuse as a disease. His dream was to provide treatment for adolescent substance abusers, a cause for which he personally raised $167,000. But fulfilling this dream was expensive… an additional $450,000 was needed. Friends secured federal funding to support this care for youthful substance abusers, and the state of Maryland became interested and offered support. This marked the beginning of Epoch Counseling Center, now located throughout metropolitan Baltimore.

Today, state and county governments continue to support this essential program, and four Epoch Counseling Center sites are addressing the evaluation, treatment and referral needs of drug, alcohol and gambling addictions, prevention and rehabilitation.

The increasing number of requests for assistance with grants administration from VA hospitals led to the establishment of a Friends branch in Tarzana, California in 1975. The network of VA contracts and contacts continues to grow. Principal Investigators in California referred colleagues in Florida, Louisiana, Arkansas and across the country. An additional California office was opened in Los Angeles.

Over the years, Principal Investigators involved in intramural studies at the National Institutes of Health began requesting Friends to administer their grants, including many pharmaceutical studies. And as the requests increased, so did Friends’ expertise, professionalism and efficiency, with staff providing outstanding, personalized service to scientists at a low overhead rate.

As a result, investigators were able to concentrate fully on their research while Friends handled the administrative details.

This modus operandi, fine-tuned regularly, continues today. Many investigators have been with Friends since the beginning; many new investigators join each year. Nearly 200 studies, including federal, state and private grants and pharmaceutical clinical trials are currently being administered by Friends nationally as well as internationally.
Mountain Manor Treatment Center
Outpatient/Baltimore/Frederick Avenue
3800 Frederick Avenue,
Baltimore, MD21229
(410) 233-1400
www.mountainmanor.org

Intake Phone Numbers:
(410) 233-1400x130

Hotline Phone Numbers: (410) 233-1400x162

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification, Buprenorphine Services

Residency: Hospital inpatient, Outpatient, Partial hospitalization/day treatment

Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance

Payment Assistance: Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)

Specializing in Adolescents

The Maryland Treatment Centers Inc. (MTC) behavioral health care family consists of dedicated professionals committed to ensuring that all patients receive the individualized treatment and caring support they need on their journeys to health and recovery.
The MTC organization offers substance abuse, mental health and dual diagnosis education, prevention and treatment in discrete and highly specialized programs. Throughout our thirty-five year history, the clinicians at MTC have pioneered many innovative programs for unique and diverse populations including dually diagnosed individuals, young adults, adults, adolescents, pregnant women and teens, women with young children, individuals who have trouble with prescription pain medications and adolescents with serious learning, social and behavioral issues. Because we are committed to treatment for co-occurring disorders, we have integrated psychiatric and mental health treatment into substance abuse services throughout our continuum.
An example of our innovative programming are the recently established Youth Opioid Treatment Programs at Mountain Manor in Baltimore and Avery Road Combined Care in Rockville – state of the art specialty programs for adolescents and young adults with opioid dependence (either prescription pain pills or heroin). Our clinicians actively engage these young people in ongoing treatment and give them access to the combination of counseling and medications they need in order to get well and stay well.
Mountain Manor Treatment Center
Residential/Frederick Avenue
3800 Frederick Avenue,
Baltimore, MD21229
(410) 233-1400
www.mountainmanor.org

Intake Phone Numbers:
(410) 233-1400x123, (800) 446-8833x123

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification, Halfway house, Buprenorphine Services

Residency: Hospital inpatient

Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, Private health insurance

Specializing in Adolescents

The Maryland Treatment Centers Inc. (MTC) behavioral health care family consists of dedicated professionals committed to ensuring that all patients receive the individualized treatment and caring support they need on their journeys to health and recovery.
The MTC organization offers substance abuse, mental health and dual diagnosis education, prevention and treatment in discrete and highly specialized programs. Throughout our thirty-five year history, the clinicians at MTC have pioneered many innovative programs for unique and diverse populations including dually diagnosed individuals, young adults, adults, adolescents, pregnant women and teens, women with young children, individuals who have trouble with prescription pain medications and adolescents with serious learning, social and behavioral issues. Because we are committed to treatment for co-occurring disorders, we have integrated psychiatric and mental health treatment into substance abuse services throughout our continuum.
An example of our innovative programming are the recently established Youth Opioid Treatment Programs at Mountain Manor in Baltimore and Avery Road Combined Care in Rockville – state of the art specialty programs for adolescents and young adults with opioid dependence (either prescription pain pills or heroin). Our clinicians actively engage these young people in ongoing treatment and give them access to the combination of counseling and medications they need in order to get well and stay well.
Bon Secours Hospital
New Hope Treatment Center
2401 West Baltimore Street,
Baltimore, MD21223
(410) 945-7706
www.bonsecoursbaltimore.org

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment, Methadone Maintenance, Buprenorphine Services

Residency: Outpatient

Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance

Payment Assistance: Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors), Payment assistance (Check with facility for details)

The Mission of Bon Secours Baltimore Health System (BSBHS) is to help people and communities to health and wholeness by providing compassionate, quality health care and being good help to all in need in west Baltimore, with special concern for the poor and dying.

At the heart of the Mission of BSBHS are our eight core values: Respect, Justice, Integrity, Stewardship, Innovation, Compassion, Quality and Growth.

The Congregation of the Sisters of Bon Secours was founded in Paris, France in 1824 after the French Revolution. Throughout their history, the Sisters of Bon Secours have been committed to administering quality compassionate health care to anyone in need throughout the world. Today, their health care ministries are located in Ecuador, France, Great Britain, Ireland, Peru and the United States.

In 1919, the Sisters of Bon Secours opened their first Bon Secours Hospital in the United States right here on West Baltimore Street in Baltimore City, where it continues to flourish today. The Congregation’s Motherhouse is located in Paris, France; and the United States Provincial House is located in Marriottsville, Maryland, along with the Bon Secours Spiritual Center where religious retreats are held.

Today Bon Secours Hospital has 125 acute care beds and our approach to community health reaches beyond the traditional model of health care. Patients and communities are cared for holistically with traditional acute-care services along with an array of ambulatory and community services.

Tele-Heart, a state-of-the-art home health monitoring program for patients with congestive heart disease, Renal Dialysis, Mental Health, Physical Therapy and Drug Treatment are among the comprehensive programs available to patients.

Partnering with many organizations, Bon Secours has built affordable housing for seniors and has renovated close to 200 attractive apartments for families. The community also enjoys an array of youth and adult empowerment services. Bon Secours, with its reputation of providing compassionate quality care, is on the "front line" of helping patients and communities achieve wellness.
We Care Health Services Inc
8730 Cherry Lane, Suite 1,
Laurel, MD20707
(301) 490-7995
www.marylandmethadone.com

Intake Phone Numbers:
(866) 580-4888

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment, Methadone Maintenance

Residency: Outpatient

Payment Accepted: Self payment, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid)

Languages: Spanish

This Program is committed to providing the highest quality methadone maintenance therapy, by employing competent, qualified, and courteous staff and adhering to the best practices in the field, in order to enhance the lives of the people we serve.
Client centered addiction treatment at an affordable price is available here. We specialize in the treatment of opioid dependence. Treatment at one of our four locations includes assessments, methadone maintenance, drug counseling and treatment planning developed by you for you. * We have been providing treatment for almost twenty years in the Baltimore and D.C. area