Maryland Drug Rehab

Maryland Drug Rehab

Maryland has one of the highest rates of illegal drug abuse in the U.S. 15.83% – about 950,000 residents, abuse drugs and 272,000 abuse alcohol every year. As a result, alcohol and drugs were the cause of 13.54% of deaths in Maryland in 2008-2017. This is almost one percent above the national average for alcohol and drug induces deaths in the same period. The city of Baltimore-Columbia had the highest death rates at 15.88% with Germantown-Silver having the lowest at 8.12%. From the statistics, it is apparent that there is need for efficient Maryland drug rehab services.

Considerations When Choosing A Maryland Drug Rehab Center

There are many different types of treatment options and rehab programs to consider. The following are some of the decisions you need to make:

  • Service setting, that is, outpatient or residential inpatient programs
  • Specialized rehabs which include alcohol and drug detox, rehabs for dual diagnosis, or holistic rehabs.
  • Rehab lengths – shorter rehab length, 30 days, or longer-term option, 60 days or more

The major factors that determine the rehab option that best suits you are your financial situation, unique situation, and severity of your addiction.

Finding A Substance Abuse Treatment Center In Maryland

Contact Your Referral Center

In Maryland, you first contact the Maryland Department of Behavioral Health Administration (BHA) to get substance use treatment resources in your area. Visit the BHA website to obtain information on available services and locate a treatment program.

The purpose of a referral center is to establish the type of help you need and the resources available for your type of need. The referral center also serves as a point of contact for anyone who needs assistance paying for Maryland drug rehab treatment. If you want to know if you qualify for low0income Medicaid services, and establish eligibility, visit the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene website.

Substance Abuse And Rehab For At-Risk Groups

Substance Abuse Treatment For Veterans

PTSD and substance abuse disorder go hand-in-hand for many veterans. Veterans face unique challenges that place them at a higher risk for substance abuse disorder than the general population. This is because some of them suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), unemployment, chronic pain and homelessness.

Substance Abuse Treatment For Adolescents

In the period 2017-2018, 7% of adolescents aged 12-17 reported to have engaged in marijuana use in Maryland. This is way higher than the national average of 6.6%. In the same time period and for the age group, 9.6% of them had engaged in alcohol use, which is slightly higher than the 9.4% national average. To address the challenges faced by the youth in overcoming substance use addiction, some Maryland drug rehab centers provide adolescent-specific treatment programs.

The same gender-specific and age-specific programs are also available at United Recovery Project.  Call our treatment referral helpline on 954-249-5026 for more information.