Get Drug Addiction or Alcoholism Treatment in Carroll County, Maryland.
Located in Maryland, Carroll County is a predominantly rural area with a population of 167,134. Carroll County has seen some population growth and has become increasingly suburban in recent years. Carroll County was rooted in 1837 from parts of Baltimore and Frederick Counties and was named after the signer of the American Declaration of Independence. The two most populated cities in the county are Westminster (the county seat) and Mount Airy.
Although Carroll County has a small population, it has not been exempt from our nation’s rising drug epidemic. Opiods, heroin, alcohol, prescription pills, and cocaine use have been on the rise.
There has been an increase in drug related overdose deaths in recent years. In 2012 there were only nine deaths. This number rose to 30 in 2015. In 2016, that figure was 48. According to recent data, the first half of 2018’s fatality rate is up 76% compared to the previous year. These statistics and rates are alarming.
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 Carroll County before or after treatment we want to make sure that you have support in a recovery community.
Bureau of Prevention, Wellness and Recovery
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