Local Resources

AreaProgram NameLocationPhoneDescriptionCallMapSiteEmail
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreCarolineDrug-Free Caroline109 Market Street, Room 123, Denton, Maryland410-479-0660“Drug-Free Caroline is the county’s advocate for a comprehensive substance abuse prevention, intervention, and treatment system for people of any age who are affected by the use or abuse of addictive substances. Our responsibilities include evaluating the needs of the community and establishing a strategic plan and long-range goals to address issues related to drug and alcohol abuse. It is made up of a variety of represented agencies all working collaboratively to build the framework of services needed to prevent and treat alcohol and drug abuse.”410-479-0660https://www.google.com/maps/place/Caroline+County+Courthouse,+109+Market+St+%23123,+Denton,+MD+21629/@38.8869074,-75.8417685,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b8643f82c30467:0xfe5adfa9613a0565!8m2!3d38.8869077!4d-75.8330137https://drugfreecaroline.org/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreCarolineCaroline County Behavioral Health Program403 South 7th Street, Denton, MD 21629410-479-1882Caroline County Behavioral Health “offers support, education, therapy, and referral services to people of all ages with a substance use disorder.” Services include individual and group counseling, medication-assisted treatment, and more.410-479-1882https://www.google.com/maps/place/403+S+7th+St,+Denton,+MD+21629/@38.8801208,-75.8357306,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b86416f43c74ad:0xeb46eaa80283ea1e!8m2!3d38.8801211!4d-75.8269758https://www.carolinehd.org/behavioral-health-addiction-recover
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreCarolineEastern Shore Mobile Care Collaborative (ESMCC) at Caroline County Health Department403 S 7th St, Denton, MD 21629410-479-1882ESMCC “is a Mobile Treatment Unit that aims to increase access to care by providing Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for individuals with Opioid Use Disorders (OUD) in underserved rural communities in order to maximize access to life- saving treatment and develop a model of care that can be adopted by other underserved rural areas with similar needs.”410-479-1882https://www.google.com/maps/place/403+S+7th+St,+Denton,+MD+21629/@38.8801208,-75.8357306,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b86416f43c74ad:0xeb46eaa80283ea1e!8m2!3d38.8801211!4d-75.8269758Various locations, see map of operational problem-solving courts in Maryland
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreCarolineNon-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)Caroline County410-479-8014NEMT is available for recipients who have no other means of getting to their medical appointments. Transportation services are subject to limitations.410-479-8014https://www.carolinehd.org/ma-transportation
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreCarolineMid-Shore Behavioral Health, Inc.28578 Mary’s Court, Suite 1, Easton, Maryland 21601410-770-4801Mid-Shore Behavioral Health is not a treatment provider, but their “purpose is to develop a full array of quality, accessible behavioral health services, resources and supports throughout our rural region. We provide education and guidance to consumers, family members, providers and community leaders about behavioral health. We seek to improve the health and wellbeing of consumers and the entire community.”410-770-4801https://www.google.com/maps/place/28578+Mary's+Ct+%231,+Easton,+MD+21601/@38.7938626,-76.0938573,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b84075671aaaab:0xe872896a50b14820!8m2!3d38.7938629!4d-76.0851025https://www.midshorebehavioralhealth.org
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreCarolineOpioid Intervention Team (OIT)Caroline CountyOpioid Intervention Teams (OITs) are set up in each of Maryland’s 24 jurisdictions and led by the emergency manager and health officer. They are multi-agency coordination bodies that coordinate with the community, and complement and integrate with the statewide opioid response effort.https://beforeitstoolate.maryland.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/09/Approved-for-Public-Sharing-Caroline-LDAAC-Strategic-Plan-Final-FY17-18.pdfhttps://beforeitstoolate.maryland.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/09/Approved-for-Public-Sharing-Caroline-LDAAC-Strategic-Plan-Final-FY17-18.pdfinfo@drugfreecaroline.org
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreDorchesterNon-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)Dorchester County410-228-3223NEMT is available for recipients who have no other means of getting to their medical appointments. Transportation services are subject to limitations.410-228-3223http://www.dorchesterhealth.org/index.php?page=medical-assistance-transportation
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreDorchesterDorchester County Addictions Program (DCAP)524 Race Street, Cambridge, Maryland 21613410-228-7714 or Fax: 410-228-8049DCAP “provides assessments, referrals, client education and outpatient treatment services for those identified as having some form of alcohol or other drug problem.”https://www.google.com/maps/place/524+Race+St,+Cambridge,+MD+21613/@38.5675437,-76.0862442,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b84a027ad4984b:0x3d2ae1b534124a2c!8m2!3d38.567544!4d-76.0774894http://www.dorchesterhealth.org/index.php?page=drug-alcohol-services
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreDorchesterWarwick Manor Behavioral Health (WMBH)3680 Warwick Road, East New Market, Maryland 21631410-943-8108“WMBH uses a short-term, therapeutic community model to promote structure, active participation, accountability and socially acceptable behaviors in a drug-free, supervised environment. This model is the most intensive short-term stabilization program available for the substance use disorder and co-occurring population of Maryland.” They provide detox services, inpatient and intensive outpatient addiction treatment, group, family and individual therapy as well as Vivitrol treatment.410-943-8108https://www.google.com/maps/place/3680+Warwick+Rd,+East+New+Market,+MD+21631/@38.6154595,-75.9755395,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b84f14def9269f:0xb4662be70b6a2bd1!8m2!3d38.6154598!4d-75.9667847https://www.warwickmanor.org/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreDorchesterOpioid Intervention Team (OIT)Dorchester CountyOpioid Intervention Teams (OITs) are set up in each of Maryland’s 24 jurisdictions and led by the emergency manager and health officer. They are multi-agency coordination bodies that coordinate with the community, and complement and integrate with the statewide opioid response effort.https://beforeitstoolate.maryland.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/09/Approved-for-Public-Dorchester-County-OIT-Response-Plan-April-2018_Final.pdfdorchester.oit@maryland.gov
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreRegionalDrug Treatment CourtsVarious locations, see map of operational problem-solving courts in Maryland410-260-3615“Drug treatment courts are specialized court dockets that target criminal defendants and offenders, juvenile offenders, and parents with pending child welfare cases who have alcohol and other drug dependency problems.”410-260-3615https://www.courts.state.md.us/sites/default/files/import/opsc/pdfs/problemsolvingmap.pdfhttps://www.courts.state.md.us/opsc/dtc
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreRegionalCorsica River Mental Health Services, Inc.Cambridge, Centreville, St. Michaels and Federalsburg443-225-5780Corsica River Mental Health Services provides substance use disorder treatment at 6 locations in the mid-shore area, including locations in Cambridge, Centreville, St. Michael’s, and Federalsburg.443-225-5780https://crmhsinc.com/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreRegionalCommunity Behavioral HealthCentreville, Cambridge, Columbia, Salisbury, Chestertown and Princess Anne (with more to soon open in Easton and Snow Hill)844-224-5264, Ext. 1Community Behavioral Health provides inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment and medication-assisted treatment with Suboxone, Subutex, or Vivitrol in addition to peer support, group, and individual therapy.844-224-5264https://www.communitybehavioralhealth.net/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreRegionalAffiliated Santé Group - Eastern Shore Crisis Response Services (ESCRS)Cecil, Dorchester, Kent, and Wicomico Counties888-407-8018ESCRS provides behavioral health emergent, urgent, information and referral crisis response programs to nine Maryland counties. Four mobile crisis teams located in Cecil, Dorchester, Kent, and Wicomico counties are available from 9:00 am to midnight, seven days a week, 365-days-a-year to respond to mental health and substance use crises as defined by the caller.888-407-8018https://www.thesantegroup.org/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreRegionalJ. David Collins and AssociatesCambridge, Salisbury and Princess Anne, MarylandCambridge: 410-901-1333; Salisbury: 410-548-3333Treatment for co-occurring substance use disorder and mental health disorders in addition to medication-assisted treatment with Vivitrol or Suboxone. They also have intensive, as well as traditional, outpatient addiction treatment programs.
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreRegionalEastern Shore Psychological ServicesChestertown, Easton, Salisbury and Princess Anne, MarylandChestertown: 443-282-0102; Easton: 410-822-5007; Salisbury: 410-334-6961; Princess Anne: 410-651-4200Services include outpatient addiction treatment, individual and group therapy, family therapy, and Vivitrol-based medication-assisted treatment.https://espsmd.com/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreRegionalChesapeake Treatment ServicesEaston, Ocean City and Salisbury, MarylandEaston: 410-822-7150; Ocean City: 443-736-6777; Salisbury: 410-831-3904With locations in Easton, Ocean City and Salisbury, Maryland, Chesapeake Treatment Services provides outpatient medication-assisted treatment (Suboxone and methadone).https://chesapeaketreatmentservices.com/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreRegionalTri-County Behavioral Health Resource Guide - 2019The Tri-County Behavioral Health Resource Guide for the three lower counties on the Eastern Shore can be downloaded at the above link.https://www.worcesterhealth.org/images/2019_Resource_Guide.pdf
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreSomersetFocus Point Behavioral Health (multiple locations)11672 Somerset Avenue, Princess Anne, Maryland 21853410-621-5858“Focus Point Behavioral Health provides the full spectrum of behavioral health services for all populations, including: intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment, outpatient services, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), psychiatric rehabilitation program (PRP) for adults and adolescents, mental health therapy, supportive employment services, and DUI/DWI education. We offer counseling, therapy, and mental health services for adults, children, adolescents, and families.”410-621-5858https://www.google.com/maps/place/11672+Somerset+Ave,+Princess+Anne,+MD+21853/@38.2018294,-75.7013027,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b909ed6f191175:0x8f86646207240057!8m2!3d38.2018297!4d-75.6925479http://www.focuspointbh.com/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreSomersetSomerset County Local Behavioral Health Authority (LBHA)8929 Sign Post Road, Ste 2 Westover, MD 21871443-523-1700The LBHA is responsible for planning, managing, and monitoring publicly-funded behavioral health services within the county, including treatment and rehabilitation services for persons with mental health or substance use disorders. The LBHA also provides education, training, and advocacy services.443-523-1700https://www.google.com/maps/place/8929+Sign+Post+Rd+%232,+Westover,+MD+21871/@38.1274909,-75.7168721,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b90aa17a91be97:0x26e1bff7d0c87905!8m2!3d38.1274912!4d-75.7081173https://somersethealth.org/behavioral-health/core-service-agency/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreSomersetNon-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)Somerset County443-523-1722NEMT is available for recipients who have no other means of getting to their medical appointments. Transportation services are subject to limitations.443-523-1722https://somersethealth.org/medical-assistance-transportation/medical-assistance-transportation-overview/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreSomersetUnmask AddictionSomerset County Health Department, 8928 Sign Post Road, Westover, MD 21871443-523-1790Unmask Addiction is a service of the Somerset County Health Department and the Somerset County Opioid Misuse Prevention Program (OMPP) and is funded by the State of Maryland’s Department of Health (MDH) and SAMHSA. The website was created to provide information about: local treatment providers in Somerset County, MD, Drug Take Back Boxes and safe drug disposal, Maryland’s Good Samaritan Law, heroin, fentanyl, opioids, Narcan, and overdoses.443-523-1790https://www.google.com/maps/place/8928+Sign+Post+Rd,+Westover,+MD+21871/@38.1251047,-75.7177938,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b90aa6b165a8ff:0x90cca0c6e226a9b4!8m2!3d38.125105!4d-75.709039https://www.unmaskaddiction.org
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreSomersetOpioid Intervention Team (OIT)Somerset CountyOpioid Intervention Teams (OITs) are set up in each of Maryland’s 24 jurisdictions and led by the emergency manager and health officer. They are multi-agency coordination bodies that coordinate with the community, and complement and integrate with the statewide opioid response effort.https://beforeitstoolate.maryland.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/09/Approved-for-Public-Sharing-Somerset-County-Opioid-United-Team-plan-09.19.18.pdfsomersetOIT@maryland.gov
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreTalbotBNJ Health Services (multiple locations)505 Dutchmans Lane, Easton, Maryland 21601410-763-9040This is an outpatient opioid treatment program with several locations in Maryland. They offer detox and inpatient services and use medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder including methadone, Subutex, and others. Their treatment program may also incorporate family members to provide wraparound support.410-763-9040https://www.google.com/maps/place/505+Dutchmans+Ln,+Easton,+MD+21601/@38.76054,-76.075005,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b8409243677aaf:0x438621fda37be95!8m2!3d38.7605403!4d-76.0662502http://www.bnjhealthservices.com/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreTalbotMid-Shore Behavioral Health, Inc.28578 Mary’s Court, Suite 1 Easton, Maryland 21601410-770-4801Mid-Shore Behavioral Health is not a treatment provider, but their “purpose is to develop a full array of quality, accessible behavioral health services, resources and supports throughout our rural region. We provide education and guidance to consumers, family members, providers and community leaders about behavioral health. We seek to improve the health and wellbeing of consumers and the entire community.”410-770-4801https://www.google.com/maps/place/28578+Mary's+Ct+%231,+Easton,+MD+21601/@38.7938626,-76.0938573,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b84075671aaaab:0xe872896a50b14820!8m2!3d38.7938629!4d-76.0851025https://www.midshorebehavioralhealth.org
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreTalbotTalbot County Health Department100 South Hanson Street Easton, MD 21601410-819-5600Talbot County Addictions Program provides “care coordination services and peer recovery support to adults and their families who are experiencing problems with alcohol and/or other drugs.”410-819-5600https://www.google.com/maps/place/100+S+Hanson+St,+Easton,+MD+21601/@38.7730204,-76.0813498,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b840881f6ff9a1:0x68cec902fc3c2670!8m2!3d38.7730207!4d-76.072595https://health.maryland.gov/talbotcounty/Addictions/Pages/Home.aspx
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreTalbotNon-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)Talbot County410-819-5609 or 410-819-5648NEMT is available for recipients who have no other means of getting to their medical appointments. Transportation services are subject to limitations.https://health.maryland.gov/talbotcounty/TRANSPORTATION/Pages/Home.aspx
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreTalbotTalbot Partnership28712 Glebe Road Suite 5, Easton, Maryland 21601410-819-8067The Talbot Partnership is driven by a single goal: “to help our youth navigate their adolescence without drug use and abuse.”410-819-8067https://www.google.com/maps/place/28712+Glebe+Rd+%235,+Easton,+MD+21601/@38.790198,-76.0851112,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b8407235d1299d:0xca4bf1634c338384!8m2!3d38.7901983!4d-76.0763564https://www.talbotpartnership.org
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreTalbotUniversity of Maryland Shore Behavioral Health - Outpatient Addictions219 S. Washington Street, Easton, Maryland 21601410-822-1000, Ext. 5452Provides intensive outpatient addiction treatment as well as peer support, individual and group therapy, and Vivitrol treatment in addition to acute inpatient hospitalization.https://www.google.com/maps/place/219+S+Washington+St,+Easton,+MD+21601/@38.7693886,-76.0854738,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b84086617a0133:0x49d23e8f20ff4c53!8m2!3d38.7693889!4d-76.076719https://www.umms.org/shore/health-services/behavioral-health
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreTalbotOpioid Intervention Team (OIT)Talbot CountyOpioid Intervention Teams (OITs) are set up in each of Maryland’s 24 jurisdictions and led by the emergency manager and health officer. They are multi-agency coordination bodies that coordinate with the community, and complement and integrate with the statewide opioid response effort.https://beforeitstoolate.maryland.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/09/Approved-for-public-sharing-Talbot-19-F511N-Program-Proposal.1.pdfTalbot.health@maryland.gov
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWicomicoHudson Health Services, Inc.1505 Emerson Avenue, Salisbury, Maryland 21801410-219-9000This addiction treatment provider, based in Salisbury, has multiple treatment settings, including halfway housing, withdrawal management, partial hospitalization, residential treatment, recovery housing, peer support, and group support.410-219-9000https://www.google.com/maps/place/1505+Emerson+Ave,+Salisbury,+MD+21801/@38.3851599,-75.5903965,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b9024d24ea0853:0x7dea9daa93febbc1!8m2!3d38.3851557!4d-75.5882078http://www.hudson-health.org/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWicomicoWicomico County Local Behavioral Health Authority (LBHA)108 E. Main Street, Salisbury, Maryland 21801410-543-6938The LBHA is responsible for planning, managing, and monitoring publicly-funded behavioral health services within the county, including treatment and rehabilitation services for persons with mental health or substance use disorders. The LBHA also provides education, training, and advocacy services.410-543-6938https://www.google.com/maps/place/Seth+H.+Hurdle+Building,+108+E+Main+St,+Salisbury,+MD+21801/@38.365232,-75.6087398,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b903c029c27ae9:0xf69f06cda41cc6b0!8m2!3d38.3652323!4d-75.599985https://www.wicomicohealth.org/behavioral-health-authority-and-core-service-agency/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWicomicoNon-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)Wicomico County410-548-5142NEMT is available for recipients who have no other means of getting to their medical appointments. Transportation services are subject to limitations.410-548-5142https://www.wicomicohealth.org/medical-assistance-transportation/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWicomicoWicomico County Health Department108 E. Main Street, Salisbury, Maryland 21801410-749-1244The Wicomico County Health Department provides information and services for substance use disorder treatment, including methadone administration and PEER services for triage to treatment.410-749-1244https://www.google.com/maps/place/Seth+H.+Hurdle+Building,+108+E+Main+St,+Salisbury,+MD+21801/@38.365232,-75.6087398,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b903c029c27ae9:0xf69f06cda41cc6b0!8m2!3d38.3652323!4d-75.599985https://www.wicomicohealth.org/prevention-and-health-communications/opioid-misuse-prevention-program/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWicomicoRecovery Resource Center726 S. Salisbury Blvd. Suite E Salisbury, Maryland 21801410-749-9482Free addiction services (including 40+ twelve step meetings weekly). The Recovery Resource Center is also a safe station for people who wish to seek treatment.410-749-9482https://www.google.com/maps/place/726+S+Salisbury+Blvd+Suite+E,+Salisbury,+MD+21804/@38.3569159,-75.602833,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b903eda8f4d393:0xd47580317d8e8295!8m2!3d38.3569117!4d-75.6006443https://www.rrcsby.org/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWicomicoCommunity Outreach Addictions Team (COAT)ES Adkins Building Suite 101, 801 North Salisbury Blvd, Salisbury, MD 21801443-783-6875Peer support specialists partnered with local law enforcement assists people into treatment by offering phone and in-person support, connections to local resources, and follow up assistance.443-783-6875https://www.google.com/maps/search/ES+Adkins+Building+Suite+101,+801+North+Salisbury+Blvd,+Salisbury,+MD+21801/@38.3722962,-75.595377,17z/data=!3m1!4b1https://www.wicomicohealth.org/case-management/coat/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWicomicoFocus Point Behavioral Health (multiple locations)803 N. Salisbury Blvd, Suite 2200, Salisbury, Maryland 21801443-978-7838“Focus Point Behavioral Health provides the full spectrum of behavioral health services for all populations, including: intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment, outpatient services, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), psychiatric rehabilitation program (PRP) for adults and adolescents, mental health therapy, supportive employment services, and DUI/DWI education. We offer counseling, therapy, and mental health services for adults, children, adolescents, and families.”443-978-7838https://www.google.com/maps/place/803+N+Salisbury+Blvd+%232200,+Salisbury,+MD+21801/@38.3726403,-75.5946709,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b903b990024a0b:0x50f5901bbb79e892!8m2!3d38.3726361!4d-75.5924822http://www.focuspointbh.com/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWicomicoBNJ Health Services (multiple locations)204 Newton St Salisbury, Maryland 21801443-978-7919This is an outpatient opioid treatment program with several locations in Maryland. They offer detox and inpatient services and use medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder including methadone, Subutex, and others. Their treatment program may also incorporate family members to provide wraparound support.443-978-7919https://www.google.com/maps/place/204+Newton+St,+Salisbury,+MD+21801/@38.3592258,-75.6026706,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b903ec627b3ab9:0xe0924ea42990cee3!8m2!3d38.3592216!4d-75.6004819http://www.bnjhealthservices.com/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWicomicoBalanced Life Counseling Services LLC560 Riverside Dr., Suite B101, Salisbury, Maryland 21801443-978-8688They offer a variety of substance use disorder treatment options including inpatient, outpatient, detox, group and individual therapy, methadone and Subutex therapy.443-978-8688https://www.google.com/maps/place/560+Riverside+Dr+STE+B101,+Salisbury,+MD+21801/@38.3616898,-75.6109072,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b903e8af42baf7:0xa031a4d8e0d89af3!8m2!3d38.3616856!4d-75.6087185https://www.yourbalancedlife.net/info@yourbalancedlife.net
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWicomicoOpioid Intervention Team (OIT)Wicomico CountyOpioid Intervention Teams (OITs) are set up in each of Maryland’s 24 jurisdictions and led by the emergency manager and health officer. They are multi-agency coordination bodies that coordinate with the community, and complement and integrate with the statewide opioid response effort.https://beforeitstoolate.maryland.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/09/Approved-for-Public-Sharing-Wicomico-County-OIT-Plan-of-Operations-compressed.pdfwicomicocounty.OIT@maryland.gov
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWorcesterNon-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)Worcester County410-632-0092NEMT is available for recipients who have no other means of getting to their medical appointments. Transportation services are subject to limitations.410-632-0092https://www.worcesterhealth.org/get-help-menu/113-transportation
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWorcesterSnow Hill Health Center6040 Public Landing Road, Snow Hill, MD 21863410-632-1100Snow Hill Health Center provides services such as evaluation and assessment, individual counseling, group therapy, withdrawal support, referral for inpatient and other services, and adolescent counseling.410-632-1100https://www.google.com/maps/place/6040+Public+Landing+Rd,+Snow+Hill,+MD+21863/@38.1733818,-75.3844949,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b91642ce7fc36d:0xc4de340330677323!8m2!3d38.1733821!4d-75.3757401https://www.freerehabcenters.org/city/md-snow_hill
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWorcesterWorcester County Local Behavioral Health Authority (LBHA)6040 Public Landing PO Box 249, Snow Hill, MD 21863410-632-3366The LBHA is responsible for planning, managing, and monitoring publicly-funded behavioral health services within the county, including treatment and rehabilitation services for persons with mental health or substance use disorders. The LBHA also provides education, training, and advocacy services.410-632-3366https://www.google.com/maps/place/Worcester+County+Health+Department/@38.1734409,-75.3844232,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b91642ce7fc36d:0xb641a3dd934b2d64!8m2!3d38.1734412!4d-75.3756684https://www.worcesterhealth.org/planning-sidebar/local-behavioral-health-authority-lbha
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWorcesterIsland Care Mental Health11022 Nicholas Lane., Unit 2 Suite 1, Berlin, Maryland410-641-5190Treatment for patients with substance use disorders in combination with other mental health disorders, as well as Vivitrol treatment and family and individual therapy. 410-641-5190https://www.google.com/maps/place/11022+Nicholas+Ln+Unit+2+Suite+1,+Ocean+Pines,+MD+21811/@38.3740114,-75.1703156,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b8d806dfba28e1:0x1cfadf0500320ef1!8m2!3d38.3740117!4d-75.1615608
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWorcesterCenter 4 Clean Start (C4CS)926 Snow Hill Rd., Cottage 200, Salisbury, Maryland 21804410-742-3460Treatment services for those with substance use disorders, including medication assisted-treatment with Suboxone, Subutex and Vivitrol, peer support, dual diagnosis treatment for people who have a co-occurring mental illness, and family, group and individual therapy including telepsychiatry.410-742-3460https://www.google.com/maps/place/926+Snow+Hill+Rd+Cottage+200,+Salisbury,+MD+21804/@38.3451536,-75.5912783,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b90386fc2f7e09:0xc049c011435566d0!8m2!3d38.3451539!4d-75.5825235https://www.worcesterhealth.org/mental-health-sidebar/182-services/behavioral-health-services/1643-center-4-clean-start-c4cs
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWorcesterGrace Center for Maternal and Women's Health10226 Old Ocean City Blvd, Unit 2, Berlin, Maryland 21811443-513-4124All-inclusive pregnancy services which includes support groups for mothers with substance use disorders.443-513-4124https://www.google.com/maps/place/10226+Old+Ocean+City+Blvd+%232,+Berlin,+MD+21811/@38.3364637,-75.2174832,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b927027467002f:0x83d6bee8fc285f97!8m2!3d38.336464!4d-75.2087284https://gracematernalhealth.org/info@gracematernalhealth.org
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWorcesterWorcester County Warriors Against Opiate AddictionBerlin, Maryland443-880-5943 (Emergency triage and information line)Also known as W.O.W., the Worcester County Warriors provide triage services for people who use drugs and are trying to get into rehabilitation treatment. Services include monetary assistance to those who cannot afford initial treatment costs. They also provide a number of prevention educational efforts in the county.https://wocowarriors.org/
Middle and Lower Eastern ShoreWorcesterOpioid Intervention Team (OIT)Worcester CountyOpioid Intervention Teams (OITs) are set up in each of Maryland’s 24 jurisdictions and led by the emergency manager and health officer. They are multi-agency coordination bodies that coordinate with the community, and complement and integrate with the statewide opioid response effort.https://beforeitstoolate.maryland.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/09/Approved-for-Public-Worcester-County-Comm.-Opioid-Plan-39-pages-yellow.pdfworcester.health@maryland.gov

AreaProgram NameLocationPhoneDescriptionCallMapSiteEmail
Upper Eastern ShoreCecilCecil County Opioid Misuse Prevention Coalition401 Bow Street Elkton, MD 21921 (Cecil County Health Department address)410-996-5106“Cecil County is partnered with a network of state and local agencies, creating an entire support infrastructure around those struggling with addiction, providing guidance and reinforcement every step of the way back.”410-996-5106https://www.google.com/maps/place/Cecil+County+Health+Department/@39.6115117,-75.8410128,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89c7af5d166bb145:0xb918de0d67717a91!8m2!3d39.611512!4d-75.832258https://www.rewriteyourscript.org
Upper Eastern ShoreCecilCecil County Local Behavioral Health AuthorityCecil County Health Department, 401 Bow Street Elkton, MD 21921410-996-5106The LBHA is responsible for planning, managing, and monitoring publicly-funded behavioral health services within the county, including treatment and rehabilitation services for persons with mental health or substance use disorders. The LBHA also provides education, training, and advocacy services. 410-996-5106http://cecilcountyhealth.org/addiction-services/ken.collins@maryland.gov
Upper Eastern ShoreCecilCecil County Core Service Agency401 Bow Street Elkton, MD 21921410-996-5112“The Cecil County Core Service Agency assures the existence and timely access to quality Public Mental Health Services for eligible Cecil County residents and their families, suffering from the devastating effects of acute, as well as, serious persistent mental illness.”410-996-5112https://www.google.com/maps/place/401+Bow+St,+Elkton,+MD+21921/@39.6115117,-75.8410128,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89c7af6868b90b8d:0x11c4935ecc3d31c7!8m2!3d39.611512!4d-75.832258http://cecilcountyhealth.org/mental-health/core-service-agency/shelly.gulledge@maryland.gov
Upper Eastern ShoreCecilNon-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)Cecil County410-996-5171NEMT is available for recipients who have no other means of getting to their medical appointments. Transportation services are subject to limitations.410-996-5171http://cecilcountyhealth.org/medical-transportation/
Upper Eastern ShoreCecilDrug-Free CecilCecil County443-593-3900Drug-Free Cecil is a “collaboration between several local coalitions working to reduce the impact of substance use among youth in Cecil County.” It was formed by the local Maryland Strategic Prevention Framework, and their goal is to provide up to date notice of what the local coalitions are working on, available treatment options and recovery supports.443-593-3900https://www.drugfreececil.org
Upper Eastern ShoreCecilOpioid Intervention Team (OIT)Cecil CountyOpioid Intervention Teams (OITs) are set up in each of Maryland’s 24 jurisdictions and led by the emergency manager and health officer. They are multi-agency coordination bodies that coordinate with the community, and complement and integrate with the statewide opioid response effort.https://beforeitstoolate.maryland.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/09/Approved-for-Public-Cecil-County-DAAC-Plan_-2017-thr-2019.pdfinfo@cecilcountyhealth.org
Upper Eastern ShoreHarfordMedMark Treatment Centers1361 Brass Mill Road, Suite A, Belcamp, MD 21017410-273-9700“MedMark Treatment Centers offers opiate addiction treatment for individuals with heroin or prescription painkiller dependency.” The outpatient clinic in Belcamp, Maryland provides individuals with recovery services such as medication-assisted treatment, individual and group counseling, and relapse prevention education. 410-273-9700https://www.google.com/maps/place/1361+Brass+Mill+Rd+Suite+A,+Belcamp,+MD+21017/@39.4841811,-76.2430879,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89c7e828f068febb:0x63d2b545f3f65572!8m2!3d39.4841814!4d-76.2343331https://medmark.com/medmark-treatment-centers-belcamp/
Upper Eastern ShoreHarfordNon-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)Harford County410-638-1671NEMT is available for recipients who have no other means of getting to their medical appointments. Transportation services are subject to limitations.410-638-1671https://harfordcountyhealth.com/assistance-programs/medical-assistance-transportation/
Upper Eastern ShoreHarfordOffice on Mental Health of Harford County2231 Conowingo Road, Ste. A Bel Air, MD 21015410-803-8726Core Service Agency – “In partnership with the State of Maryland Behavioral Health Administration, the Harford County Office on Mental Health monitors county public mental health service provision in order to bring comprehensive, community based culturally sensitive and recovery-oriented services to individuals who need them.”410-803-8726https://www.google.com/maps/place/2231+Conowingo+Rd+Ste.+A,+Bel+Air,+MD+21015/@39.5794377,-76.3489228,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89c7dc75315cb6f5:0x8be7fba98ae737e!8m2!3d39.579438!4d-76.340168http://harfordmentalhealth.org/programs_and_services/jkraus@harfordmentalhealth.org
Upper Eastern ShoreHarfordHarford County Local Behavioral Health AuthorityHarford County Health Department 120 S. Hays St. Bel Air, MD 21014410-877-2338The LBHA is responsible for planning, managing, and monitoring publicly-funded behavioral health services within the county, including treatment and rehabilitation services for persons with mental health or substance use disorders. The LBHA also provides education, training, and advocacy services.410-877-2338https://www.google.com/maps/place/Harford+County+Health+Department/@39.5331496,-76.3589793,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89c7ddcfb948ff33:0x56e62e339f8c3114!8m2!3d39.5331499!4d-76.3502245https://harfordcountyhealth.com/behavioral-health-new-page/Shawn.martin@maryland.gov
Upper Eastern ShoreHarfordOpioid Intervention Team (OIT)Harford CountyOpioid Intervention Teams (OITs) are set up in each of Maryland’s 24 jurisdictions and led by the emergency manager and health officer. They are multi-agency coordination bodies that coordinate with the community, and complement and integrate with the statewide opioid response effort.https://beforeitstoolate.maryland.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/09/Approved-for-Sharing-Harford-County-Opioid-Overdose-Prevention-Plan-July-2017.pdf
Upper Eastern ShoreKentMid-Shore Behavioral Health, Inc.28578 Mary’s Court, Suite 1 Easton, Maryland 21601410-770-4801Mid-Shore Behavioral Health is not a treatment provider, but their “purpose is to develop a full array of quality, accessible behavioral health services, resources and supports throughout our rural region. We provide education and guidance to consumers, family members, providers and community leaders about behavioral health. We seek to improve the health and wellbeing of consumers and the entire community.”410-770-4801https://www.midshorebehavioralhealth.org
Upper Eastern ShoreKentRecovery in Motion300 Scheeler Road, Chestertown, MD 21620410-778-5895Recovery in Motion “offers a wide range of services that provide our community with the tools to increase their well-being. Support includes individual & group counseling, behavioral health education/prevention, peer support and care coordination to assist persons in recovery with behavior and addiction issues.”410-778-5895http://kenthd.org/adult-health/addictions/recovery-in-motion/
Upper Eastern ShoreKentKent County Local Behavioral Health AuthorityKent County Health Department, 300 Scheeler Road, Chestertown, MD 21620410-778-6404The LBHA is responsible for planning, managing, and monitoring publicly-funded behavioral health services within the county, including treatment and rehabilitation services for persons with mental health or substance use disorders. The LBHA also provides education, training, and advocacy services.410-778-6404http://kenthd.org/adult-health/addictions/outpatient/Joe.jones@maryland.gov
Upper Eastern ShoreKentA.F. Whitsitt Center300 Scheeler Road, Chestertown, MD 21620410-778-6404 #3223“The A. F. Whitsitt Center is a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week residential treatment facility offering treatment to adults ages 18 and over suffering from chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders.” The Center also offers a medically monitored detoxification program for alcohol, opiate and/or benzodiazepine-dependent individuals. http://kenthd.org/adult-health/addictions/inpatient-residential/
Upper Eastern ShoreKentNon-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)Kent County410-778-7025NEMT is available for recipients who have no other means of getting to their medical appointments. Transportation services are subject to limitations.410-778-7025http://kenthd.org/adult-health/medical-assistance-transportation/
Upper Eastern ShoreKentKent County Prevention ProgramKent County Health Department, 300 Scheeler Road Chestertown, MD 21620410-778-7918“The Kent County Prevention Program provides services for youth, parents, and other citizens of Kent County. The staff collaborates with many other agencies and organizations to coordinate and implement projects and activities that address substance abuse among youth.”410-778-7918http://kenthd.org/adult-health/addictions/substance-abuse-prevention/
Upper Eastern ShoreKentOpioid Intervention Team (OIT)Kent CountyOpioid Intervention Teams (OITs) are set up in each of Maryland’s 24 jurisdictions and led by the emergency manager and health officer. They are multi-agency coordination bodies that coordinate with the community, and complement and integrate with the statewide opioid response effort.https://beforeitstoolate.maryland.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/09/Kent-County-HD-Opioid-Response-Plan.pdfKentOIT@kentgov.org
Upper Eastern ShoreQueen Anne’sQueen Anne’s Local Behavioral Health AuthorityQueen Anne’s County Health Department, 206 North Commerce Street, Centreville, MD 21617410-758-1306The LBHA is responsible for planning, managing, and monitoring publicly-funded behavioral health services within the county, including treatment and rehabilitation services for persons with mental health or substance use disorders. The LBHA also provides education, training, and advocacy services. 410-758-1306https://www.google.com/maps/place/Queen+Anne's+County+Department+of+Health/@39.0454618,-76.0726471,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b8734245cf1c53:0x8c50cc41364ee37e!8m2!3d39.0454621!4d-76.0638923https://www.qac.org/605/Mid-Shore-Behavioral-Health-Systemsmaggie.thomas@maryland.gov
Upper Eastern ShoreQueen Anne’sNon-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)Queen Anne’s County410-758-2357NEMT is available for recipients who have no other means of getting to their medical appointments. Transportation services are subject to limitations.410-758-2357https://www.qac.org/181/County-Ride
Upper Eastern ShoreQueen Anne’sBridges Behavioral Authority207 N. Liberty Street Suite B, Centreville, MD 21617410-758-8750Outpatient behavioral health agency offering therapy for those facing substance use issues and other mental health conditions.410-758-8750https://www.google.com/maps/place/207+N+Liberty+St+Suite+B,+Centreville,+MD+21617/@39.0466999,-76.0739396,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b87342ff9825dd:0x1bd652cb9a66d5a6!8m2!3d39.0467002!4d-76.0651848https://bridgesbehavioral.com/index.html
Upper Eastern ShoreQueen Anne’sMid-Shore Behavioral Health, Inc.28578 Mary’s Court, Suite 1 Easton, Maryland 21601410-770-4801Mid-Shore Behavioral Health is not a treatment provider, but their “purpose is to develop a full array of quality, accessible behavioral health services, resources and supports throughout our rural region. We provide education and guidance to consumers, family members, providers and community leaders about behavioral health. We seek to improve the health and wellbeing of consumers and the entire community.”410-770-4801https://www.google.com/maps/place/28578+Mary's+Ct+%231,+Easton,+MD+21601/@38.7938626,-76.0938573,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b84075671aaaab:0xe872896a50b14820!8m2!3d38.7938629!4d-76.0851025https://www.midshorebehavioralhealth.org
Upper Eastern ShoreQueen Anne’sQAC Goes PurpleQueen Anne’s CountyQAC Goes Purple is “a substance abuse awareness program that will engage our community and youth to stand against substance abuse.”https://www.qacgoespurple.orgQACGoesPurple@gmail.com
Upper Eastern ShoreQueen Anne’sOpioid Intervention Team (OIT)Queen Anne’s CountyOpioid Intervention Teams (OITs) are set up in each of Maryland’s 24 jurisdictions and led by the emergency manager and health officer. They are multi-agency coordination bodies that coordinate with the community, and complement and integrate with the statewide opioid response effort.https://health.maryland.gov/qahealth/Pages/qacdoh-home.aspxDES_OITInfo@qac.org
Upper Eastern ShoreRegionalEast of the Bay Narcotics AnonymousMeetings in various locations across the region including Centreville, Easton, Grasonville, and more. See meetings schedule: http://www.eastofthebayna.org/?page_id=121-800-317-3222Narcotics Anonymous meetings – recovering drug addicts helping one another stay clean.1-800-317-3222http://www.eastofthebayna.org/?page_id=12
Upper Eastern ShoreRegionalDrug Treatment CourtsVarious locations, see map of operational problem-solving courts in Maryland 410-260-3615“Drug treatment courts are specialized court dockets that target criminal defendants and offenders, juvenile offenders, and parents with pending child welfare cases who have alcohol and other drug dependency problems.”410-260-3615https://www.courts.state.md.us/sites/default/files/import/opsc/pdfs/problemsolvingmap.pdfhttps://www.courts.state.md.us/opsc/dtc
Upper Eastern ShoreRegionalAnne Arundel CounselingCentreville, Stevensville, Columbia, and more 410-768-5988Anne Arundel Counseling offers outpatient behavioral health services and therapy. Services include psychological evaluations for substance use/abuse assessment and group counseling for substance abuse treatment and education.410-768-5988http://www.annearundelcounseling.cominfo@annearundelcounseling.com
Upper Eastern ShoreRegionalCorsica River Mental Health Services, Inc.Cambridge, Centreville, St. Michaels and Federalsburg443-225-5780Corsica River Mental Health Services provides substance use disorder treatment at 6 locations in the mid-shore area, including locations in Cambridge, Centreville, St. Michael’s, and Federalsburg.443-225-5780https://crmhsinc.com/
Upper Eastern ShoreRegionalCommunity Behavioral HealthCentreville, Cambridge, Columbia, Salisbury, Chestertown and Princess Anne (with more to soon open in Easton and Snow Hill)844-224-5264, Ext. 1Community Behavioral Health provides inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment and medication-assisted treatment with Suboxone, Subutex, or Vivitrol in addition to peer support, group, and individual therapy.844-224-5264https://www.communitybehavioralhealth.net/
Upper Eastern ShoreRegionalEastern Shore Psychological ServicesChestertown, Easton, Salisbury and Princess Anne, MarylandChestertown: 443-282-0102; Easton: 410-822-5007; Salisbury: 410-334-6961; Princess Anne: 410-651-4200Services include outpatient addiction treatment, individual and group therapy, family therapy, and Vivitrol-based medication-assisted treatment. https://espsmd.com/

AreaProgram NameLocationPhoneDescriptionCallMapSiteEmail
Western MarylandAlleganyHope Station632 North Centre Street, Cumberland, Maryland 21502240-362-7168This Wellness and Recovery Center offers individual support, group support, and informational and educational programs to individuals with mental health, substance use, and co-occurring disorders FREE OF CHARGE. HOPE Station also houses a program called Family Navigation Services that helps families, children, and young adults obtain the resources they need for solving problems within their homes and with obtaining services to better their lives. No appointment is necessary.240-362-7168https://www.google.com/maps/place/632+N+Centre+St,+Cumberland,+MD+21502/@39.6585444,-78.781457,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89ca8eea4e1968d7:0xfa448952b20e04eb!8m2!3d39.6585447!4d-78.7727022https://www.ocamd.org/hope-station
Western MarylandAlleganyWestern Maryland Recovery Services11604 Bedford Rd NE, Cumberland, Maryland 21502 301-724-1144This facility offers an outpatient methadone program for the treatment of opiate dependence, individual and group counseling, and referral to more intensive services for adults 18 and over, including for pregnant women. 301-724-1144https://www.google.com/maps/place/11604+Bedford+Rd+NE,+Cumberland,+MD+21502/@39.6825364,-78.7430318,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89ca8be36e76cc51:0xe7f268221f1a5aa1!8m2!3d39.6825367!4d-78.734277https://www.facebook.com/Western-Maryland-Recovery-Services-448250625295676/
Western MarylandAlleganyAlternative Drug & Alcohol Counseling (ADAC)11 S Lee Street, Cumberland, Maryland 221502301-729-0340ADAC offers a wide range of services including individual, group, couple, and family counseling to support abstinence and aid in the resolving of substance abuse issues.301-729-0340https://www.google.com/maps/place/ADAC+Alternative+Drug+%26+Alcohol+Counseling/@39.6507647,-78.7787078,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89ca8ec35382635f:0x7aa5f05e86f0431d!8m2!3d39.650765!4d-78.769953http://www.adachelp.org/
Western MarylandAlleganyPrescribe Change - Allegany County Health Department12503 Willowbrook Road, Cumberland, Maryland 21501-1745301-759-5050“Prescribe Change Allegany County’s mission is to create awareness and educate the citizens of Allegany County, Maryland about the growing crisis of opioid prescription drugs, and heroin misuse and abuse in our community.” 301-759-5050https://www.google.com/maps/search/12503+Willowbrook+Road,+Cumberland,+Maryland+21501-1745/@39.647691,-78.7394592,15zhttp://www.prescribechangeallegany.org
Western MarylandAlleganyAllegany County Local Behavioral Health AuthorityBehavioral Health System’s Office, P.O. Box 1745, Cumberland, MD 21501301-759-5070The LBHA is responsible for planning, managing, and monitoring publicly-funded behavioral health services within the county, including treatment and rehabilitation services for persons with mental health or substance use disorders. The LBHA also provides education, training, and advocacy services. 301-759-5070https://www.google.com/maps/search/Behavioral+Health+System’s+Office,+P.O.+Box+1745,+Cumberland,+MD+21501/@39.647691,-78.7394592,15z/data=!3m1!4b1https://health.maryland.gov/allegany/Pages/BHSO.aspxachd.bhso@maryland.gov
Western MarylandAlleganyNon-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)Allegany County301-759-5123NEMT is available for recipients who have no other means of getting to their medical appointments. Transportation services are subject to limitations.301-759-5123https://health.maryland.gov/allegany/Pages/NEMT.aspx
Western MarylandAlleganyCumberland Comprehensive Treatment Center14701 National Hwy, Suites 5 & 6, La Vale, Maryland 21502844-334-8835An outpatient facility and provider of medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for addiction to individuals who are ages 18 and older with programming options designed to bring about lasting recovery. Physicians administer prescriptions or modification of dosages.844-334-8835https://www.google.com/maps/place/Cumberland+Comprehensive+Treatment+Center/@39.6403965,-78.8676649,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89ca904fa43f46f5:0x4b23b6c1bafdefad!8m2!3d39.6403968!4d-78.8589101https://www.acadiahealthcare.com/locations/cumberland-methadone-clinic
Western MarylandAlleganyOpioid Intervention Team (OIT)Allegany CountyOpioid Intervention Teams (OITs) are set up in each of Maryland’s 24 jurisdictions and led by the emergency manager and health officer. They are multi-agency coordination bodies that coordinate with the community, and complement and integrate with the statewide opioid response effort.http://beforeitstoolate.maryland.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/09/Approved-for-sharing-Allegany-County-Opioid-Intervention-Team-Overview.pdfallegany.opioidteam@maryland.gov
Western MarylandGarrettMountain Haven Wellness and Recovery315 Dawson Avenue, Oakland, Maryland 21550 301-334-1314This is facility geared to individuals with behavioral health issues, offering daily meals and workshops to those who utilize services. The integrated programs offer group support, individual support, and informational and educational programs to individuals with mental health, substance use, and co-occurring disorders FREE OF CHARGE. No appointment or referral is necessary.301-334-1314https://www.google.com/maps/place/315+Dawson+Ave,+Oakland,+MD+21550/@39.4137187,-79.4048548,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x884aaca75c67d02d:0xa4f7937785a4da1f!8m2!3d39.413719!4d-79.3961https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Community-Organization/Mountain-Haven-Wellness-Recovery-Center-1468593733355449/
Western MarylandGarrettGarrett County Local Behavioral Health Authority1025 Memorial Drive, Oakland, MD 21550301-334-7440The LBHA is responsible for planning, managing, and monitoring publicly-funded behavioral health services within the county, including treatment and rehabilitation services for persons with mental health or substance use disorders. The LBHA also provides education, training, and advocacy services. 301-334-7440https://www.google.com/maps/place/1025+Memorial+Dr,+Oakland,+MD+21550/@39.4173317,-79.4018678,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x884aab59b8c1d1ed:0x3e7f8257ccea3e67!8m2!3d39.417332!4d-79.393113https://garretthealth.org/core-services-agency/fred.polce@maryland.gov
Western MarylandGarrettNon-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)Garrett County301-334-7727NEMT is available for recipients who have no other means of getting to their medical appointments. Transportation services are subject to limitations. 301-334-7727https://garretthealth.org/medical-assistance-transportation/
Western MarylandGarrettGarrett County Health Department, Center for Behavioral Health1025 Memorial Dr, Oakland, Maryland 21550301-334-7777 or 301-895-3111Outpatient services are available for substance use, and counseling is provided for groups, individuals, women, families, and couples. Same-day, walk-in appointments may also be available throughout the week for substance-related disorders, time permitting, depending on the number of individuals seeking appointments.301-334-7777https://www.google.com/maps/place/1025+Memorial+Dr,+Oakland,+MD+21550/@39.4173317,-79.4018678,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x884aab59b8c1d1ed:0x3e7f8257ccea3e67!8m2!3d39.417332!4d-79.393113https://garretthealth.org/behavioral-health/
Western MarylandGarrettPain in Action233 East Adler St, Suite A, Oakland, Maryland 21550 703-772-4726This self-help and peer support group meeting is held on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month from 7-8pm. The group offers help and hope for those living with chronic pain.703-772-4726https://www.google.com/maps/place/233+E+Alder+St+Suite+A,+Oakland,+MD+21550/@39.4077479,-79.4161043,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x884aac9973d29133:0xd9ee67ec0d3059c7!8m2!3d39.4077482!4d-79.4073495
Western MarylandGarrettAddiction HappensA joint effort between Garrett County Public Schools and the Health Department to prevent addiction and provide access to treatment resources for youth.http://addictionhappens.org/gchd.oit@maryland.gov
Western MarylandGarrettOpioid Intervention Team (OIT)Garrett CountyOpioid Intervention Teams (OITs) are set up in each of Maryland’s 24 jurisdictions and led by the emergency manager and health officer. They are multi-agency coordination bodies that coordinate with the community, and complement and integrate with the statewide opioid response effort.http://beforeitstoolate.maryland.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/09/Approved-for-Public-Garrett-County-Local-Opioid-Response-Plan.pdfgchd.oit@maryland.gov
Western MarylandRegionalIdeal OptionCumberland, Hagerstown and Frederick Ideal Option provides physician-led, personalized addiction treatment with medications like Suboxone or Vivitrol1-877-522-1275https://www.idealoption.com/
Western MarylandRegionalPotomac Case Management324 East Antietam St., Suite 301, Hagerstown, Maryland301-791-3087This mental health agency provides case management and support to children and adults in Washington, Carroll, and Frederick County, Maryland. “A range of services are available, designed to help each individual function at the highest level of independence as possible. The overall goal of the program is to empower each person to become integrated into the community with services and supports that help build safe bridges.”301-791-3087https://www.pcmsinc.org/
Western MarylandWashingtonBrooke’s House17670 Technology Blvd., Hagerstown, Maryland 21740 240-267-2230This is a “community-based, safe, stable, and emotionally supportive living environment for adult women in the early stages of substance abuse recovery. Ensuring a tranquil, home-like facility, Brooke’s House ensures state-of-the-art treatment and recovery services and resources to help residents move forward to achieve their dreams of living drug-free and productive lives.”240-267-2230https://www.brookeshouse.org/info@brookeshouse.org
Western MarylandWashingtonNon-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)Washington County240-313-3264NEMT is available for recipients who have no other means of getting to their medical appointments. Transportation services are subject to limitations.240-313-3264https://washcohealth.org/medical-assistance-transportation-program/
Western MarylandWashingtonWashington County Local Behavioral Health AuthorityWashington County Health Department, Division of Behavioral Health Services, 925 Burhans Blvd, Hagerstown, MD 21742240-313-3310The LBHA is responsible for planning, managing, and monitoring publicly-funded behavioral health services within the county, including treatment and rehabilitation services for persons with mental health or substance use disorders. The LBHA also provides education, training, and advocacy services. 240-313-3310https://washcohealth.org/behavioral-health/victoria.sterling@maryland.gov
Western MarylandWashingtonProject ACT NOW: Opioid Misuse Prevention925 N Burhans Blvd., Hagerstown, MD 21742240-313-3310Project ACT NOW is a workgroup of local agencies, including social service, law enforcement, treatment, medical, and mental health, that provide services to individuals with substance use disorders. 240-313-3310http://www.projectactnow.org
Western MarylandWashingtonWashington County Harm Reduction Services925 N Burhans Blvd, Hagerstown, Maryland 21740240-625-4611This is a prevention program for HIV, Hepatitis C, and other blood-borne infections. To reduce the spread of infectious diseases the program offers intravenous drug users risk reduction and behavioral health education, access to treatment and sterile syringes. To become a participant of the Syringe Services Program, simply register at the program location. Participants must be 18 years or older. This program is free and confidential. No identification is required for registration.”240-625-4611https://washcohealth.org/health-services/harm-reduction/
Western MarylandWashingtonJustice and Recovery Advocates, Inc. PO Box 386, Thurmont MD 21788301-271-3620Justice and Recovery Advocates, Inc. provide “support, education, programs and resources for children, families and loved ones of incarcerated, formerly incarcerated, or institutionalized individuals that suffer from mental health and substance use disorders.” They host adult peer support groups and offer health and wellness programs to their group members. The peer support group in Washington County meets every other Wednesday from 6:30-8:30 pm at 121 E. Antietam Street in Hagerstown.301-271-3620https://www.justiceandrecovery.org/about-us/info@justiceandrecovery.org
Western MarylandWashingtonSerenity Treatment Center, Inc.580 Northern Avenue, Suite D, Hagerstown, Maryland 21742301-732-5328Assessment and evaluations within 48 hours of your first contact. Extensive programs include: individual and group therapy, criminal justice-specific programs, court- and employer-referred substance use disorder evaluations, and Vivitrol treatment.301-732-5328https://serenitytreatmentcenter.com/
Western MarylandWashingtonSoul Haven119 East Antietam Street, Hagerstown, Maryland 21740301-733-6676This is a Wellness and Recovery Center in partnership with the Washington County Health Department. It provides free services for individuals with behavioral health issues with co-occurring disorders of substance use and mental health challenges. No appointment or referral is necessary. The program offers one-to-one support, daily meals, workshops, and educational groups seven days a week from 12-6 p.m. They also provide a free transportation service for people to attend Soul Haven and other community appointments. 301-733-6676https://www.ocamd.org/soul-haven
Western MarylandWashingtonWells House, Inc.124 E. Baltimore Street, Hagerstown, Maryland 21740 301-739-7748Wells House provides evidence-based behavioral health services including outpatient, intensive outpatient, and low intensity residential services; case management; Suboxone and Vivitrol prescriptions; job skills; art and music therapy; and onsite mental health services for patients with co-occurring mental health issues. For recovery they offer holistic, individualized programs with a compassionate clinical and administrative staff, and safe and secure housing.301-739-7748https://www.wellshouse.org/
Western MarylandWashingtonAlternative Drug & Alcohol Counseling (ADAC)370 Virginia Avenue, Hagerstown, Maryland 27140301-766-0065ADAC offers a wide range of services including individual, group, couple, and family counseling to support abstinence and aid in the resolving of substance abuse issues.301-766-0065http://www.adachelp.org/dac.hagerstown@gmail.com
Western MarylandWashingtonAwakenings Recovery Center111 S Potomac St, Hagerstown, MD 21740 833-782-2247The Center “offers residential treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders, covered by Maryland Medicaid. . . . Care coordinators work on helping you to clear any obstacle in your path by providing a range of aftercare and relapse prevention planning services, alongside vocational and educational support, and hands-on support for families, so your loved ones can recover too”.833-782-2247https://www.awakeningsrecoverymd.com/help@awakeningsrecoverymd.com
Western MarylandWashingtonOpioid Intervention Team (OIT)Washington CountyOpioid Intervention Teams (OITs) are set up in each of Maryland’s 24 jurisdictions and led by the emergency manager and health officer. They are multi-agency coordination bodies that coordinate with the community, and complement and integrate with the statewide opioid response effort.http://projectactnow.org/victoria.sterling@maryland.gov

RegionProgram NamePhoneCallSiteEmail
National/StateAlcoholics Anonymoushttps://aa.org/appsupport@aa.org
National/StateBefore It’s Too Latehttp://beforeitstoolate.maryland.gov
National/StateGet Naloxone Nowhttp://www.getnaloxonenow.org
National/StateMaryland Addiction Consultation Services (MACS)1-855-337-6227http://www.marylandmacs.org/
National/StateMaryland Crisis HotlineCall 211, Press 1211
National/StateMaryland Department of Health’s ACESS Harm Reduction Resource Pagehttp://phpa.health.maryland.gov/Pages/accessharmreduction.aspx
National/StateMaryland Department of Human Services (DHS) County Officeshttp://dhs.maryland.gov/local-offices/
National/StateMaryland Harm Reduction Training Institute (MaHRTI)http://www.bhsbaltimore.org/mahrti/
National/StateMaryland Map of Pharmacies Stocking Naloxonehttp://maps.health.maryland.gov/bha/naloxone/
National/StateMaryland Opioid Misuse Prevention Programhttp://bha.health.maryland.gov/OMPP/Pages/Home.aspx
National/StateMaryland Overdose Response Programhttp://naloxonemd.org
National/StateMaryland Overdose Survivors Outreach Programhttp://bha.health.maryland.gov/OVERDOSE_PREVENTION/Pages/OSOP.aspx
National/StateMaryland Prescription Drug Drop Off Site Locatorhttps://bha.health.maryland.gov/Pages/Prescription-Drop-Off-Collection-Sites.aspx
National/StateMaryland SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)http://md.sadd.org/resources
National/StateMedications for Addiction Treatment (MAT): Asked & Answeredhttps://opioidmatanswers.com/
National/StateNarcotics Anonymous800-543-46701800-543-4670http://www.cprna.org/find-a-meeting/meeting-list/
National/StateNon-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)https://mmcp.health.maryland.gov/communitysupport/Pages/ambulance.aspx
National/StateOpioid Intervention Teams (OITs)https://beforeitstoolate.maryland.gov/opioid-intervention-teams/
National/StateSAMHSA’s Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator1-800-662-HELP (4357)1-800-662-4357http://findtreatment.samhsa.gov
National/StateSAMHSA’s Opioid Treatment Program Directoryhttp://dpt2.samhsa.gov/treatment/directory.aspx
National/StateSheppard Pratt’s Telepsychiatry Services410-938-5172410-938-5172http://www.sheppardpratt.org/care-finder/telepsychiatry/

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