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Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers in Maryland

There are 92 detox centers in Maryland that specialize in substance abuse treatment. 12 provide inpatient care. 80 offer outpatient services. Find a detox by major city: Baltimore or Frederick.

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Drug & Alcohol Detoxification Facilities in Maryland

There are many choices of detox centers in Maryland to help someone begin their recovery journey. With so many options, it may be difficult to pick the right one. Depending on someone's substance of choice, certain types of detox may be more appropriate. If someone had used alcohol or certain prescription drugs, then a medical detox may be necessary. For other drugs, inpatient or outpatient detox programs may be appropriate. Thankfully, Maryland has 92 different drug detox and alcohol treatment options. Detox is often just the first step on the road to recovery. Seeking aftercare and further addiction treatment services are highly recommended once detox has been completed.

Similar to detox, finding treatment for substance use disorders in Maryland may seem overwhelming at first. There are 374 SAMHSA-approved alcohol and drug rehab centers in Maryland. There are 12 rehab facilities that provide hospital inpatient treatment. There are also 71 residential treatment centers and 337 outpatient treatment providers. Again, the variety of treatment options in Maryland can make picking one difficult. Some programs may be more geared towards drug or alcohol addiction. The treatment plans at these centers are very similar but they may help address the issues that are particular to alcohol or drug addiction.

Mental health issues occur in people with substance use disorders much more commonly than in the general population. According to a 2020 survey by Mental Health America, Maryland ranked number 11 for the prevalence of mental illness. This means that Maryland residents have significantly more mental health issues than the national average. This is even more apparent among people struggling with drug addiction. For people struggling with both of these issues, getting dual diagnosis treatment can be a huge crucial. Rehab programs that provide additional mental health services focus on both addiction and mental health recovery. Getting these supportive behavioral therapies can make a huge difference to someone's chances of recovery. Maryland currently has 228 drug and alcohol rehabs that provide dual diagnosis treatment options.

Drug Abuse in Maryland

Maryland is in the midst of the opioid crisis. It holds a distinction as being one of the few states that are in all three categories for the top 10 for the most heroin, fentanyl, and prescription opioid overdose deaths in the country. In 2018, there were 2,087 drug overdose deaths involving opioids. Fentanyl was responsible for 1,825 of these deaths. This is nearly 90 percent of the opioid overdose deaths in Maryland. Strangely, even though there are so many opioid overdose deaths in Maryland, there are still fewer opioid prescriptions written in the state than the national average. As of 2018, Maryland healthcare providers wrote 45.1 opioid prescriptions for every 100 residents. This nearly equals one out of every two people in Maryland having an opioid prescription. The national average in 2018 was 51.4 opioid prescriptions for every 100 people.

The problem of opioid overdose deaths in Maryland is continuing to worsen. In 2020, there were 2,518 opioid overdose deaths in the state. The year 2021 is looking like it may exceed that number. In the first quarter of 2020, there were 99 prescription opioid overdose deaths. In the first quarter of 2021, there were 136 prescription opioid overdose deaths. If this pattern continues, then by the end of 2021, prescription opioid overdose deaths may exceed heroin overdose deaths for the first time in a decade.

Cocaine has also had a heavy presence in Maryland for quite some time. For the last several years there have been increasing reports of cocaine laced or cut with fentanyl. This has led to a drastic spike in cocaine overdose deaths. The capital of Maryland, Baltimore, is also a major drug trafficking hub that is used by several Mexican cartels. As far as local drug distribution is concerned, the Nampa Northside, Norteños, and Sureños gangs are the major drug distributors on the local level.

While drugs and crime are fairly rampant in Maryland, there is still hope for recovery. The state has dozens of drug and alcohol detox centers that can help someone safely and successfully quit using drugs or alcohol. They can also help provide referrals to further treatment once detox has been completed.

Maryland Addiction & Detox Statistics

  • In addition to nearby Washington DC, the city of Baltimore is consistently named one of the worst cities in the U.S. for heroin addiction.
  • There were 2,518 opioid overdose deaths in Maryland in 2020.
  • Due to the severity with which the heroin epidemic has affected Maryland, a recent piece of legislation allows emergency first-responders to carry naloxone. This is an opioid antagonist that’s well-known for being able to essentially reverse an opioid overdose.
  • As of 2009, just over 8 percent of Maryland residents admitted to using drugs in the past month.
  • According to Maryland law enforcement, the surge in heroin addiction has worsened the already negative perception people have of people struggling with addiction. Law enforcement confirms that this stigma associated with heroin addiction is one of the main reasons why heroin addicts are so reluctant to get help.

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300 Scheeler Road, Chestertown, MD, 21620
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, State-financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid, Federal or any government funding for substance use programs, Medicaid
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
419 and 429 Main Street, Laurel, MD, 20707
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, State-financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid, Medicaid, Military insurance (e.g.=> TRICARE)
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Gay & Lesbian
  • Seniors or older adults
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
  • In-network prescribing entity
  • Other contracted prescribing entity
  • No formal relationship with prescribing entity
2568 A Riva Road, Annapolis, MD, 21401
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, Payment assistance (check with facility for details), Medicaid, Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Gay & Lesbian
  • Seniors or older adults
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
10102 SE Country Club Road, Cumberland, MD, 21502
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, Federal or any government funding for substance use programs, Medicaid, Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
  • No formal relationship with prescribing entity
17 East Franklin Street, Baltimore, MD, 21202
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, State-financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid, Medicare, Medicaid, Military insurance (e.g.=> TRICARE)
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Gay & Lesbian
  • Seniors or older adults
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
1363 Holton Lane, Takoma Park, MD, 20912
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, State-financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid, Medicare, Medicaid
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Methadone used in Treatment
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Does not treat alcohol use disorder
520 Upper Chesapeake Drive, Bel Air, MD, 21014
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, Medicaid
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
  • No formal relationship with prescribing entity
111 West High Street, Elkton, MD, 21921
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, Medicaid
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
  • No formal relationship with prescribing entity
800 Tydings Lane, Havre de Grace, MD, 21078
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Gay & Lesbian
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
2021 Emmorton Road, Bel Air, MD, 21015
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Does not treat alcohol use disorder
2300 Garrison Boulevard, Baltimore, MD, 21216
Payment info:
Cash or self-payment, Payment assistance (check with facility for details), Medicaid, Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)
  • Adult men
  • Adult women
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
  • No formal relationship with prescribing entity
  • Accepts clients using medication assisted treatment for alcohol use disorder but prescribed elsewhere
5124 Greenwich Avenue, Baltimore, MD, 21229
Payment info:
Payment assistance (check with facility for details), Medicaid
  • Buprenorphine used in Treatment
  • Naltrexone used in Treatment
  • Other contracted prescribing entity
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STATE Detox Resources

  • The Brendan James Huber Foundation was created in memory of an individual who lost his life to addiction. It is the hope of this organization to provide support to anyone suffering from addiction who is unable to beat the disease by themselves. This group helps people to find and enroll in addiction treatment. They also work to promote addiction education, substance abuse prevention, and plans community areas like parks and playgrounds.
  • The National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence is a national non-profit organization that works to help people recover from addiction. Their Maryland chapters' website provides a helpful resource page including treatment providers, prevention organizations, and support groups. They currently list over 75 different resources.
  • The Maryland Association of Behavioral Health Authorities is a non-profit organization that works to increase access to social and human services. This includes addiction treatment and mental health recovery services. Their resource page lists over a dozen recovery resources for people in Maryland.
  • The Baltimore County Government has a substance abuse resource page. This page lists a wide range of recovery resources across the city of Baltimore and Baltimore county. They also provide a helpline for people who need help finding treatment.
  • The University of Maryland Health Center has a helpful resource page. They list a variety of resources, including resources for people in recovery or people trying to get sober.

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