info@marylandaddictionrecovery.com

Washington DC

Addiction Treatment Resources: Washington D.C.

At MARC, 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 Washington D.C. before or after treatment we want to make sure that you have support in a recovery community.

Find a Meeting

Find an AA, NA, or Al-anon meeting in Washington D.C.

Parent and Family Support Groups

Caron Treatment Centers a great resource for families that have a loved one struggling with substance abuse. For information on how to get help, contact

Susannah Batchelder
240-223-5603
sbatchelder@caron.org

Caron DC Sibling Support Group

Ryan Hanson (Caron Treatment Centers)
rhanson@caron.org
Cristina A. (Group Contact)
Cristina.alba12@gmail.com

Washington D.C. Health Department

899 North Capitol St NE
Washington, DC 20002
202-4442-5955
www.dchealth.dc.gov

Mental and Behavioral Health Resources

The department of behavioral health in Washington D.C. provides emergency psychiatric services 24/7. Here you can find a team to assist you with a psychiatric crisis, find a clinician to provide counseling after a traumatic event, help with medication, detox, and more.

Washington DC Dept. of Behavioral Health- Emergency Psychiatric Services
DC General Hospital Compound
Building 14
1905 E Street, SE
Washington, DC 20003
www.dbh.dc.gov/service/emergency-psychiatric-services

Find us

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