By Grace Counseling Services
Substance abuse resources in English and other languages. (Recursos de abuso de sustancias en inglés y otros idiomas.)
(443) 312-8619 voice
(410) 354-0849 voice
(410) 355-3711 voice
Location1003 E Patapsco Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21225
The facility provides methadone maintenance, methadone detoxification, and buprenorphine services to the public. The treatment center provides outpatient care. There are special groups and programs for adolescents, persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, persons with HIV and AIDS, gays and lesbians, seniors and older adults, pregnant and postpartum women, women, men, DUI and DWI offenders, and criminal justice groups. Special language services provided include assistance for hearing impaired, Spanish, and foreign languages other than Spanish. Payments via medicaid, state financed insurance, medicare, and private insurance are accepted. Payment assistance is not offered for program costs. (La instalación brinda al público servicios de mantenimiento con metadona, desintoxicación con metadona y buprenorfina. No hay ayuda financiera.)
Instructional program intended to provide rehabilitation for individuals convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or driving while intoxicated.
Patients undergo a medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program with medicine and behavioral therapy. We take a comprehensive approach to treatment that tackles all aspects of recovery. You’ll manage your physical and mental symptoms to work toward a life without opioids.
Outpatient (also known as OP) are part-time program usually requiring 3-6 hours per week of meetings including individual and group therapy that focus on the development of real-world coping skills for maintaining sobriety. Outpatient programs typically last for three to six months.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment Programs (IOP) When individuals are in need of a structured setting in which to work towards overcoming symptoms of mental health, behavioral health, and/or substance abuse concerns, they may find benefits from engaging in an intensive outpatient program (IOP).