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Frederick County, Maryland

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Get Drug Addiction or Alcoholism Treatment in Frederick County, Maryland

Frederick County is located in northern Maryland with an approximate population of 250,000 inhabitants. In recent years, Frederick County has experienced an explosive population increase because of its proximity to the Washington metropolitan area. The county has quite a number of historic places and was also home to some important historical figures such as Francis Scott Key, Chris Rose, Matt Bennett, and Thomas Johnson. A lot of Frederick County’s revenue comes from its milk production, however, due to the instability of the dairy market, Frederick County has lost a number of its dairy farms. Fort Detrick, a U.S. Army Medical Command located in Frederick, Maryland is the county’s biggest employer, employing over 4,000 people.

Frederick County is a nice peaceful place to live, but unfortunately, like much of the nation, Frederick County has been affected hard by the drug epidemic.

Overdose rates in Frederick County, Maryland

Due to the rising use of drugs and alcohol, the number of deaths seen in both the young and old has risen dramatically. In 2012 there were a total of 10 heroin deaths, by 2017 this number more than tripled totaling 35 heroin overdose deaths. In Frederick County, Heroin and opioid usage have become a real problem. The only one who can help change these rising numbers is you. We have listed resources to get yourself or a loved one the treatment help they deserve!

Frederick County, Maryland Addiction Treatment Resources

At Maryland Addiction Recovery Center, we understand that recovery is about utilizing your network in whatever location you may be. After the continuum of care a lot of clients may be going back home or making a move and we want to make sure to enable and support the changes while reintegrating. If you are in Frederick County before or after treatment we want to make sure that you have support in a recovery community.

Frederick County, Maryland Drug and Alcohol Meetings


Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)West Central Intergroup of Maryland
301-662-0544

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)Chesapeake & Potomac Regions of Narcotics Anonymous
800-543-4670

Frederick County Health Department

http://health.frederickcountymd.gov/
Frederick County Behavioral Health Services

http://health.frederickcountymd.gov/131/Behavioral-Health-Services
Overdose Response Training & Narcan Distribution – 301-600-1755
Adult Evaluation & Review Services (AERS) – 301-600-1736
Substance Use Treatment Services – 301-600-1775
Recovery Support Services – 301-600-3289

Behavioral/Mental Health Services

https://health.frederickcountymd.gov/459/Adult-Recovery-Services

Family and community support for substance abuse. Here you can find peer support groups headed by those who have first hand experience with drug and alcohol abuse. Find help with:

  • – Behavioral health treatments
  • – Housing
  • – Medical care
  • – Employment
  • – Overdose response training
  • – Telephone recovery support
  • – Sober group activities

 

Harm Reduction Services in Frederick County

http://health.frederickcountymd.gov/

Harm reduction strategies save lives. Get information on:

  • – Overdose response training and Naloxone distribution
  • – HIV and Hepatitis C Testing
  • – Sexual health in recovery
  • – Syringe services program

 

Mental Health Association of Frederick County

226 South Jefferson Street
Frederick, MD 21701
301-663-0011
mha@fcmha.org
www.fcmha.org

Sober Activities in Frederick County

There are plenty of sober activities around Frederick County. Make some new friends, learn a new skill, and have fun in an environment that doesn’t revolve around drinking or drugs.

– Group meditation meetup
– Fiction writing workshop
– Frederick Movie Group
Book Club

Find us today!

We offer several levels of care and access points to treatment for addiction and dual diagnosis. Patient’s receive evidence-based, individualized, patient-centered services based on clinical needs and treat addiction as a chronic condition. All treatment programs include:

  • – Weekly individual counseling
  • – Group therapy
  • – Family therapy, coaching, support and guidance
  • – Biopsychosocial assessments
  • – Psychiatric care and medication management
  • – Medical assessments and ongoing monitoring
  • – Life skills training, development and support
  • – Academic/Workforce Vocational training and reentry
  • – Community-based personal recovery support
  • – Substance Use Disorder education