Listen to our podcasts
Ambulatory Detoxification Program provides an opportunity for individuals to be safely withdrawn from alcohol and other drugs in a non-threatening environment, followed by referral to the next appropriate level of care for ongoing support in recovery. The Ambulatory Detoxification Program operates from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program is a 12-week program with three phases requiring specific tasks to be completed prior to movement to the next phase. Sessions are held three times a week, with each session lasting for three hours. Parents attend group sessions Monday evenings for Family Education.
Adolescent Continuing Care Program meets once a week for one and one half hours for a minimum of six weeks. This program supports those who have attended an Intensive Outpatient Program and are continuing a recovery program.
Adolescent at Risk Group meets once a week for one hour for five weeks. Adolescents referred to this program have a limited amount of chemical use with no identifiable pattern of use. There is one session specifically held for parents during the five-week program.
Adult Intensive Outpatient Program offers patients in this level of care five sessions per week and upon completion of treatment plan goals, the ability to transition to four sessions/three sessions per week until all treatment goals have been met.
Adult Continuing Care meets once per week for one and a half hours with adults participating between three to nine months. This program supports those who have attended an Intensive Outpatient Program and are continuing a recovery program.
Traditional Outpatient Group meets one and a half hours weekly for twelve weeks. Adults referred to this program have experienced some, but few negative consequence of their use or have had a brief relapse. The focus during this program includes education, self-diagnosis, defense mechanisms, development of a sober support network and relapse prevention
DWI 12-Hour Education Program is a state certified/MVA approved education program that meets two hours weekly for six weeks. Education focuses on identifying drinking patterns, the problems of drinking and driving, and alternatives to being on the highway if you consume alcohol.
MVA Alcohol and Drug Education Program is a one time, three-hour program required by the State of Maryland in order to obtain a Maryland driver's license.