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Alcohol, Drug, and other Rehab Centers in Baltimore, MD


The 21 Best Rehab Facilities in Baltimore

Maryland Addiction Recovery Center

Maryland Addiction Recovery

8600 LaSalle Road
Carroll Building, Suite 212
Towson, MD 21286

Maryland Addiction Recovery Center, or MARC, offers a holistic approach to detoxification and rehabilitation. Patients can undergo medication-assisted treatment during the initial detox period and continue with counseling in an inpatient setting. The residential program provides a fully immersive experience without the temptations and stresses of daily life. Most patients stay inpatient for 30-90 days. For those who cannot afford to miss that much time from work or are financially unable to cover inpatient program costs, an intensive outpatient program is an alternative option. Patients enrolled in the program gain access to unique supports such as the College Success program.

What patients are saying:

Reviewers call MARC, “a real stand out,” when it comes to patient care. A mother seeking treatment for her son found the staff to be an invaluable resource, even after he had left the program, saying, “They gave their time to help find several suggestions as time went on…When Maryland Addiction Recovery Center claims they will help find the best fit for you or your loved one, whether it’s with them or not, THEY MEAN IT!”


  • 4.8 stars
  • 105 reviews

Mountain Manor Treatment Centers

mountain manor

3800 Frederick Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21229

Mountain Manor Treatment Center is located on the outskirts of Baltimore City on an expansive campus with lots of green space for an urban treatment center. Inpatient rehabilitation is part of the program and typically lasts for 28 days. Mountain Manor offers inpatient treatment for both adults and young adults. During their inpatient stay, patients have limited contact with friends and family and participate in a highly structured treatment program designed to help with addiction recovery. Group therapy is a major component of the program, and the focus is often on education and empowerment, helping patients come to terms with their addiction and providing strategies for avoiding temptation and triggers.

What patients are saying:

Parents give the staff high marks for communication and compassion, with one mom leaving a 5-star review and the comment, “Our experience as parents with Mountain Manor was amazing. Each person showed a level of caring and dedication that amazed and comforted me… I cannot say enough good about Mountain Manor. They assisted in keeping my child alive.”


  • 2.96 stars
  • 72 reviews

Ashley Addiction Treatment

Ashley Addiction

800 Tydings Lane
Havre de Grace, MD 21078

Nestled on the shore of the Chesapeake Bay, Ashley Addiction Treatment is a 147-acre campus dedicated to sober living and drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Treatment often starts with a medical detox program that is administered by nurses and doctors. Nursing care is available 24/7, and a physician visits daily and is always available on-call. Psychiatric care goes hand-in-hand with medical care, as addiction treatment professionals work to diagnose and improve co-occurring disorders. This residential treatment program includes a holistic approach to care that includes fitness classes, spiritual care, and alternative treatments like art therapy and acupuncture.

What patients are saying:

Statements like, “Saved my life. Twelve years sober now,” are common when patients talk about the Ashley Treatment Center. Great food, a peaceful campus and caring staff all get attention with one 5-star reviewer writing, “The facility is top-notch along with the excellent food but the best part about Ashley is the staff. From the housekeepers and techs to the councilors and nurses everyone there is friendly and professional.”


  • 4.12 stars
  • 62 reviews

Tranquility Woods

Tranquility Woods

171-A Ryan Road
Pasadena, MD 21122

Tranquility Woods in Pasadena offers patients a unique setting for recovery. The spacious facility has private and semiprivate rooms in a suburban setting. Treatment programs include a wide variety of drug addictions, alcohol, and co-occurring disorders. It is a residential program, and the average stay is between 30 and 90 days. As part of treatment, patients spend at least one hour with their main therapist four to five times each week. Group therapy is also a daily event, along with other recreational therapies. Residents can also take advantage of a la carte services like dental or spa treatments.

What patients are saying:

Jessica, an alumnus of Tranquility Woods, writes, “When I first came to Tranquility Woods I was scared, broken, miserable, basically a shell of a person. Even just pulling to the driveway my energy completely changed. This place truly saved my life.” She is not alone in that belief, and other former patients give equally effusive praise, saying, “They gave me so many tools and suggestions to get this sobriety thing right this time.”


  • 4.8 stars
  • 160 reviews

Hope House Treatment Centers

Hope House Treatment Centers Logo

26 Marbury Drive
Crownsville, MD 21032

At Hope House Treatment Centers, patients can start the process of addiction recovery in a serene, suburban environment away from their day-to-day responsibilities. Detoxification is often the first step and is usually an inpatient process that can last from 3-10 days. After detox, program participants often transition to a short-term residency at the facility to continue the recovery process through medical stabilization, both individual and group cognitive behavioral therapy, introduction to a 12-step program and support group, and counseling for relapse prevention. As patients display a readiness to go back to work or school, they can transition into the intensive outpatient program with evening meetings. Typically, inpatient rehabilitation lasts about 30 days, though every patient is different and may require more or less time.

What patients are saying:

The decision to enter rehab is tough, but alumni from Hope House Treatment Centers often give 5-star reviews like this one, “I was at the lowest point of my life in January of 2010. I was dying an alcoholic death. I called the Hope House on 1/14/10 and surrendered. 1/15/10, my first day in treatment there, is the day my life actually began.” Former patients mention the “safe environment” and “caring staff.”


  • 4.39 stars
  • 47 reviews

Maryland House Detox

Maryland House detox

817 S Camp Meade Rd.
Linthicum, MD 21090

At Maryland House Detox, patients can start living sober with the help of medical professionals. The detox period is carefully monitored to minimize side effects and reduce potentially fatal withdrawal symptoms, sometimes through the use of prescription drugs to mitigate symptoms. Medical detox can last up to 10 days, though it is usually completed within one week. After detox, sober living and extended rehabilitation program can help turn detox into recovery. This facility offers a complete continuum of care that runs from detox to aftercare and relapse prevention. While there is no one-size-fits-all path to recovery, Maryland House Detox does state that treatment lasting for at least 90 days is more likely to be effective.

What patients are saying:

At Maryland House Detox, current and former patients routinely praise the staff for their compassion. One 5-star reviewer said, “Everyone from the people on the phone for the initial intake… to the staff in its entirety, including the nurses, nurse practitioners, the chef and the housekeeping staff. They are all tasked with dealing with people in a very frustrated and miserable state and they handle it with such compassion and professionalism.”


  • 3.8 stars
  • 22 reviews

Turning Point Clinic

Turnign Point

2401 East North Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21213

Turning Point Clinic is a methadone clinic designed for those fighting heroin addiction or other similar drugs. Founded by the New Life Evangelical Baptist Church, it lets participants receive spiritual counseling along with other treatments to start pursuing a sober and crime-free lifestyle. Heroin is a major issue in Baltimore City, and this clinic was opened as a walk-in option for those interested in rehabilitation. No one is turned away from Turning Point Clinic. Both individual and group counseling is available and usually provided by a licensed therapist to help address some of the thoughts and behaviors that drive addiction.

What patients are saying:

Reviews like one from Lisa saying, “I’ve been clean for 10 years. I think it’s a wonderful place to be,” are a testament to the success of Turning Point Clinic. This is one of the few places to accept everyone who needs treatment, and according to one alumnus it is a, “Great clinic for substance abuse, they even accept people without insurance.”


  • 3.79 stars
  • 80 reviews

Right Turn-IMPACT

Right Turn Impact

1209 Liberty Road
Eldersburg, MD 21784

Right Turn-IMPACT combines rehabilitation and court reporting to provide a one-stop trip to recovery. Whether attending a court-ordered program or seeking help without the threat of jail, this program offers a safe and secure place to get sober and learn the skills and tools needed for a lifetime of sobriety. The facility is locked down, with 24-hour supervision provided to every patient. On intake, every person works with the staff to develop an individualized care plan that might start with a short residential stay and rapidly transition to outpatient therapy. For those in the residential part of the program, recovery activities include living in a community of peers also struggling with addiction, group sessions about recovery, educational seminars, and daily in-house 12-step meetings.

What patients are saying:

At Right Turn-IMPACT, former patients rate the program 5 stars, and reviews often cite the staff as the reason why. One reviewer said, “So many amazing success stories… The staff are amazing human beings.” Maggie, a recent patient, expressed, “I felt like they really listened to my concerns and I knew that they really cared… For the first time in my life, I believe deep in my heart that I really can stay clean and sober…They saved my life!!!!”


  • 4.66 stars
  • 78 reviews

Helping Up Mission

Helping Up

1029 East Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

Helping Up Mission is more than a recovery program, it is a full-service charity that starts the fight against addiction by addressing some of the issues that can lead to drug and alcohol abuse: poverty and homelessness. This facility helps up to 500 men simultaneously and is in the process of building a shelter for women and children. Recovery programs often take up to a year with residency options, and graduates of the program can choose to extend their stay for up to five years. During the first several months, participants have a communication blackout to help prevent relapse during the early stages of recovery.

What patients are saying:

Personal stories tell a lot about a rehab facility, and Kenny a program graduate shares his, saying, “The Helping Up Mission took me in when I was at the lowest point of my life. The mission saved my life… I got my high school diploma while I was there. They offer you the resources to change your life, all you have to do is put in the effort. I’ll be forever grateful.”


  • 4.61 stars
  • 301 reviews

Ideal Option

Ideal Option

19 Fontana Lane, Suite 108
Rosedale, MD 21237
877- 522-1275

Ideal Option offers an outpatient recovery program that is judgment-free. Acknowledging the chronic nature of addiction and the fact that relapse is common, patients at Ideal Option are never penalized or unenrolled for a lapse. There are no waiting lists for treatment, and many first-time patients are seen the same day. Rehabilitation takes place in four stages. During the first stage, participants come in twice a week to receive medications. Once patients start to stabilize, they move on to phase two and weekly appointments that include medication disbursements. In phase three, typically after six weeks of treatment, stable patients can move to a schedule of visits once every two weeks, with a final maintenance phase that includes monthly visits.

What patients are saying:

Those in recovery may be looking for a place to feel comfortable, and that is exactly what Ideal Option offers according to Jereme, a former patient, who says, “I recommend addicts go there. You do not feel out of place.” Another reviewer credits this program with 153 days of sobriety at the time of her review and says, “It’s saved my life!”


  • 3.9 stars
  • 7 reviews

Powell Recovery Center

Powell Recovery

14 South Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21231

At Powell Recovery Center, patients get access to a complete continuum of care, from withdrawal management to outpatient rehabilitation and aftercare. Understanding the importance of immediate treatment, Powell Recovery Center intakes 95% of patients within 24 hours of their requested start time, making treatment available as rapidly as possible. Residential services are available, along with intensive outpatient therapy and more traditional schedules. Emergency services and access to basic necessities like food, transportation, and clothing may be arranged through the treatment program, helping those who might otherwise fall through the cracks get access to treatment.

What patients are saying:

Many patients have tried several treatment options, and Powell Recovery Center is a top provider with reviews that say things like, “This place is a wonderful spot if you are REALLY serious about getting clean!! I’ve been programming for a while and this by far is one of the most helpful places I’ve put myself in!!” Another reviewer calls the program “life-saving” and says they took her even without insurance.


  • 3.69 stars
  • 46 reviews

Wells House

Wells House

124 East Baltimore Street
Hagerstown, MD 21740

Located in Hagerstown, between Baltimore and Washington D.C., Wells House offers a comprehensive rehabilitation program. After an intake interview, admitted patients may start with a medical detox program or immediately begin the resident program. The average stay is 60 days during the inpatient program, though if medically necessary, patients may stay for up to 120 days. After completing the inpatient program, those in recovery often move to an intensive outpatient therapy program (IOP) also offered through Wells House. In IOP, patients attend four, three-hour-long meetings each week. Both morning and evening schedules allow participants the flexibility to begin working or attending school around the meetings.

What patients are saying:

Nathaniel, a recent alumnus and 5-star reviewer, says, “This program works if you work it. The staff truly care about the well being of the patients.” Josh, another participant also calls the staff caring and says, “Best program I’ve ever been apart of…Highly recommend this program. They are one of the few places I’ve seen that don’t care about the money, they care about helping people.”


  • 4.35 stars
  • 8 reviews

Family Health Centers of Baltimore Community Recovery Program

Family Health Centers

631 Cherry Hill Road
Baltimore, MD 21225

The Family Health Centers of Baltimore provides a variety of health services to residents, including dentistry, pediatric and adult medicine, and HIV testing. Additionally, the center operates a behavioral health department with substance abuse intervention and treatment. Medication assistance for those addicted to alcohol and opioids is available, as well as intensive and standard treatments. The Behavioral Health Services division aims for a holistic approach, making sure patients and family members are actively involved in their care.

What patients are saying:

Although most of the reviews center around the medical care received, many members have commented on the caring attitude of staff members. “What a great organization! You all really love your community and it shows.“”I’ve always had very good experiences at FHC in Cherry Hill. Practitioners are generally concerned with the health of the community.


  • 4.26 stars
  • 31 reviews

Glenwood Life Counseling Center

Glenwood Life

516 Glenwood Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21212

In continuous operation since 1971, the Glenwood Life Counseling Center provides medication-assisted treatment for those battling opioid addiction. This treatment program believes that stable patients are more equipped to handle the rigors of recovery and can hold down jobs, attend school, and be fully functioning members of society while also pursuing recovery. Their many paths to recovery programming is focused on providing many different avenues to help aid recovery, including their Chesapeake Bay Trust funded Recovery Garden, Arts & Recovery classes (e.g. poetry, painting, and jewelry making), occasional pet therapy group, token economy, and access to a small food pantry. Intensive outpatient therapy offers patients the opportunity to attend meetings three or four times per week and at least nine hours of certified counseling each week. Counseling is provided in group and individual settings, along with alternative therapy options like art therapy and field trips.

What patients are saying:

Clients at Glenwood Life Counseling Center call it “laid back” and say the staff is “caring.” One 5-star reviewer went on to say, “Very relaxed atmosphere. The kind of place that you want to spend time at. So many different activities and incentives offered. Many classes from AIDS and non-smoking to jewelry making and painting. There is even occasional babysitting and a secure outdoor playground. This place changed my life for the better.”


  • 4.29 stars
  • 32 reviews

Harbel Prevention and Recovery Center


5807 Harford Road
Baltimore, MD 21214

Harbel Prevention and Recovery Center provides outpatient services for those at risk of developing a drug or alcohol problem and those currently fighting an addiction. Services at this clinic may be covered under Medicaid and include early intervention, outpatient treatment, relapse prevention, and aftercare. During outpatient treatment for drug or alcohol addiction, patients typically participate in both individual and group therapy. In addition to addiction services, Harbel also provides other services like home-buying help or services specialized for a specific demographic, like women, men, adolescents, or DUI/DWI offenders.

What patients are saying:

One 5-star reviewer said that Harbel Prevention and Recovery Center is “helping the community, one person at a time.” Current patients say, “This place is helping me get my life back together one day at a time and one meeting at time.”

Gaudenzia Park Heights

3643 Woodland Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215

Headquartered in Pennsylvania, the Gaudenzia system has locations throughout the state and neighboring states like Delaware and Maryland, including the Park Heights location serving Baltimore residents. The Park Heights location offers a variety of services including crisis stabilization, inpatient and detoxification, mental health and co-occurring disorders. Other nearby locations also provide outpatient services and placements in a local halfway house for those simultaneously combating a substance abuse issue and homelessness. Detoxification may be handled on an ambulatory basis or as an inpatient process, and medication-assisted treatment is available if recommended by the treating physician.

What patients are saying:

“I have had the pleasure of being here for four months and I really have found a way to stay abstinent from drugs and alcohol. Some of the counselors here have a wealth of experience on both sides of the playing field, proving that recovery is definitely possible when we are willing, and willing to change behaviors and negative thought patterns that keep us bound.”


  • 3.29 stars
  • 23 reviews

Tuerk House

Tuerk House

730 Ashburton Street
Baltimore, MD 21216

At Tuerk House, patients receive a complete continuum of care that starts with crisis intervention and continues through reintegration into society and maintenance at this 24/7 operation. Both inpatient and outpatient programs are available. Many patients start with an inpatient, medical detox and progress to a residential recovery program that is highly structured with programming that starts at 8:30 a.m. and continues until 8 p.m. When ready, patients transition to intensive outpatient therapy and back to mainstream society. Along the way, Tuerk House helps patients gain access to a variety of available services and provides peer support to help keep the goal of sobriety front and center.

What patients are saying:

“They’re all doing great things to help others,” according to reviewers, and a former patient says, “I can’t speak for anyone else but Tuerk House saved my life. I did the 28 days program and then the six-month program upstairs. After that, I still was not ready to be in society so I was transferred to the Weisman house. Now I am a substance abuse counselor giving back what was so graciously given to me.”


  • 3.89 stars
  • 23 reviews

Penn North Recovery

Penn North

2410 Pennsylvania Avenue Suite #200
Baltimore, MD 21217

Penn North Recovery is a pioneering program offered to one of Baltimore’s most poverty-stricken neighborhoods. Acudetox is a revolutionary approach to detox, combining acupuncture and meditation. Intensive outpatient therapy is available, after patients and health care professionals complete an assessment and create a personalized care plan. All services at Penn North Recovery are offered free of charge, and walk-ins are welcome. Every day, this facility serves more than 600 people, providing group or individual counseling and other substance abuse treatments, along with a host of lifestyle services such as grocery delivery, smoking cessation classes, and job skills development.

What patients are saying:

While clients occasionally mention long wait times, the general consensus is that this program is “doing a good job helping the community.” Those currently in recovery and program alumni agree that this community-based program has, “Very good meetings and access to lots of services.”


  • 4.10 stars
  • 236 reviews

Treatment Resources for Youth (TRY)

Treatment Resources for Youth

3319 West Belvedere Avenue
Baltimore MD 21215

Treatment Resources for Youth (TRY) is one of the few substance abuse prevention and treatment programs focused on adolescents aged 11-17 and emerging adults aged 18-24. Baltimore residents in this age group are particularly vulnerable and at risk of developing a substance abuse disorder. For youths with an existing addiction, TRY provides an intensive outpatient program that incorporates individual, group, and family counseling, along with life-enrichment courses and job skills development. Medical Assistance is accepted at TRY, and those without insurance pay a modest co-payment that is sliding scale based on income.

What patients are saying:

No written reviews are available at this time.

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Total Health Care

Total Health Care

1501 W. Saratoga Street
Baltimore, MD 21223

In partnership with Tuerk House, Total Health Care offers a range of health services that include everything from primary care services for adults and children to substance abuse programs. Outpatient programs offer a range of services such as individual and group counseling, medication management, peer support, case management services, and coordinated care. For those patients who might benefit from residential treatment, Total Health Care offers referral to Tuerk House. Patients completing a stay at Tuerk House may enroll in ongoing outpatient substance abuse treatments at Total Health Care.

What patients are saying:

Many patients praised the clinics overall effectiveness. One reviewer stated,”Its where I began my recovery process,” and another commented, “I have been in this program for several years. And this program has stayed with me through the good and bad. The staff here are really Excellent at their jobs. They really care about a person I feel at home when I am here.”


  • 3.78 stars
  • 38 reviews


According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA), there are 229 substance abuse treatment centers in the Baltimore area. To determine which provide the highest quality of treatment and the most resources for recovery, we used the following five core metrics to evaluate each facility.

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Getting Help in Baltimore

Start by determining your coverage

To determine your best options for a rehabilitation center, it is important to first learn about your health insurance coverage. Reach out to your private or healthcare marketplace insurance provider to find out which substance abuse treatment centers are available to you. Regardless of the type of coverage you have, both public and private insurance companies must cover substance abuse treatment for qualified individuals.

To learn more about addiction and the rehabilitation process in your state, read our guide to rehab in Maryland.

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    Baltimore Rehab FAQs

    Do I need to go to rehab?

    Substance abuse and addiction have high costs, often adversely affecting work performance, personal relationships, and your physical health. To help you determine if you may be addicted, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has an Alcohol Use Screening and a Substance Abuse Screening to help you find out.

    How long does rehab last?

    Different programs and levels of addiction require different program lengths. The common rehab lengths are:

    How much does drug rehab cost?

    Pricing depends on the program, services, and amenities offered. Typically, outpatient programs are cheaper than inpatient, and live-in inpatient facilities are the most expensive. To learn more, read our guide on The Cost of Rehab.

    How does rehab work?

    Rehab is made up of four basic steps:

    • Assessment
    • Detox
    • Therapy
    • Aftercare

    To learn more about the rehab process and each step, read our guide to The Addiction Rehabilitation Process. 

    How important is aftercare? 

    One of the most important steps in the rehabilitation process is aftercare – the continuing support and accountability offered through counseling and 12-Step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA).

    To find an AA or NA meeting near you, use the directory below.

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    For more FAQs visit our rehab faq page.