Why Bel Air, Maryland for Drug and Alcohol Rehab?
The charming town of Bel Air – with a population of right around 10,000 – was chosen. Bel Air and Harford County are known for beautiful foliage, rolling hills and a pastoral landscape, all of which instill a sense of serenity that can be helpful in the recovery journey. When combined with long-term treatment, it’s a formula that offers patients an extraordinary chance of lifelong sobriety.
This area is also known for its agreeable weather – not too hot in the summer and only moderate snowfall in the winter. The average temperature throughout the year is 56 degrees. Bel Air also happens to be punctuated with remarkable Victorian architecture. In fact, it’s home to 47 historic properties.
There’s no shortage of things to do here, too, such as upscale dining, frequent cultural events, shopping opportunities at Harford Mall and other business districts, and even hiking at Rocks State Park just north of town.
Plenty of Local Support for Your Recovery
For a small town, there’s no shortage of groups, specialists and places in the community to help recovering addicts continue to improve their physical and mental health. You can find more several dozen AA and NA meetings held here weekly, and there are abundant gyms, yoga studios, churches and hiking venues in the area that can contribute to a successful recovery from addiction.