Are you looking for a unique approach to drug and alcohol abuse treatment?
Affordable Addiction Treatment in a Residential Setting near Baltimore, Maryland
Maryland Recovery Center takes a unique and individualized approach to long-term drug and alcohol addiction treatment. We offer affordable Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient options in a residential setting to help you or a loved one sustain a recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.
Maryland Recovery Center is located in the southern half of the quiet and picturesque town of Bel Air, MD, the seat of Harford County. Our convenient location provides viable rehab options for those who live in Harford County or even the Greater Baltimore area.
Our Bel Air addiction treatment facility provides a residential environment for all of our partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient care. We specialize in holistic and clinical treatment in order to help patients heal physically, mentally and emotionally – especially for dual diagnosis patients.
The Maryland Recovery partial hospitalization program (PHP) consists of 7 days of treatment iin a residential setting each week at 5 to 6 hours each day. This type of treatment is crucial for patients who are in the early stages of recovery – especially those who are still experiencing withdrawal symptoms.
"Maryland Recovery gave me the tools and counseling to accept my past and forge a new future for myself. Life today has a hope and brightness to it that had not experienced before. I got a job and an apartment with the help of Maryland Recovery. I am able to be part of my family’s life again."
— Robert M
"I am certain that this program helped save my life. I was provided with an opportunity to learn how to live a sober life. I learned to be responsible and accountable for my behavior. When practicing the principles of the program and remaining willing to grow on this journey, I experience a freedom I never knew, but always wanted."
— Morgan S
"The only things that I knew when I arrived at Maryland Recovery (MR) was that I was broken: spiritually, emotionally, and physically broken and that my way of doing things had gotten me there. The people at MR understood who I was better than I did. They assured me that I was not alone, with that came a glimpse of hope and some relief."
How Are We Different?
We have a unique program structure and we fully address dual diagnosis issues.
Whether you need partial hospitalization services or intensive outpatient treatment, our professionals will assess your situation and develop a customized treatment plan for your recovery. Your treatment plan will include a personalized mix of holistic and clinical services. While many rehab centers address only the residual effects of long-term substance abuse, our goal is to treat ALL of the underlying causes of addiction, including trauma and mental health conditions.
Maryland Recovery’s unique approach to drug and alcohol addiction treatment includes a litany of holistic rehab services, which are designed to help the individual heal comprehensively.
A successful recovery involves much more than simply flushing the substance from the user’s system and asking them to talk out their problems. It’s about changing their frame of mind in order to give them a better outlook on life – with the understanding that substance abuse can no longer be part of the equation.
Drumming therapy is an effective holistic treatment service that many other rehab centers overlook.
Drumming circles are a perfect way to blow off a little steam during the hard climb toward a full recovery. This holistic practice promotes communication and collaboration among colleagues. It’s a service that is led by a highly trained therapist who knows how to tailor the practice to fuel recovery.
We Treat Co-Occurring Disorders Here, Too
Whether it’s anxiety, depression or another mental health condition, we teach valuable strategies for managing the symptoms of mental illness.
At Maryland Recovery, we firmly believe that sobriety can’t be achieved without treating and managing the underlying factors of addiction. Depression and anxiety are increasingly common among those who abuse substances, so these issues must be addressed during the rehabilitation process. This is why we’re committed to offering first-class dual diagnosis treatment to every patient who could benefit from this service.