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JCAHO & CARF Accreditation

All of our rehab listings maintain
accreditation from the Joint Commission (JCAHO)
and the Commission On Accreditation Of Rehabilitation
Facilities (CARF).

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Licensed Staff

Each facility staffs an experienced team of licensed and
trained professionals who are dedicated to treating substance
abuse with a high level of care.

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Memberships & Certifications

We aim to ensure that our rehab listings are members of such
organizations as the National Association of Addiction
Treatment Providers (NAATP) or have LegitScript certification.

Substance Abuse Stats for the State of Maryland  

Looking for substance abuse stats in Maryland? Throughout the state of Maryland:

  • 16 percent of high school students reported drinking alcohol before they had reached age 13 in 2017
  • There were 1,985 opioid-related deaths in Maryland during 2017
  • Deaths related to synthetic opioids rose from 52 to 1,542 between 2012 and 2017
  • Drug- and alcohol-related intoxication deaths increased 66 percent between 2015 and 2016

Alcohol, opioids and drugs are widely misused throughout Maryland.

Choosing Between an Outpatient and Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient rehab is the better option if you need extra help overcoming addiction. This is the only rehab that provides around-the-clock care, and most people entering rehab begin here.

Outpatient rehab offers more flexibility that might be necessary if you have to take care of kids or work at a job. This option makes it easier to balance other obligations.

Importantly, these two forms of rehab can be used together.

How Long Can Treatment at a Rehab Last?

The longer you go to rehab, the more likely you are to overcome addiction. Research has demonstrated that 90 days is the shortest amount of time where rehab is known to be effective.

90 days is only a minimum duration for rehab, though. Many clients go for much longer or even indefinitely.

You don’t want to jeopardize recovery with a program that’s too short. Choose the longest rehab that you can manage.

What to Expect at Rehab?

What rehab is like varies, because the top rehabs create custom treatment programs. Your program should be customized to your needs.

The most effective rehab treatment programs include:

  • Medication: Several different prescription drugs can be used to curb desires for opioids or alcohol. These might be taken on a short- or long-term basis.
  • Therapy: A couple of different therapies can be helpful. Group therapy gives social support, and talk therapy works on altering behaviors.

When Would You Need to Go to Detox?

You ought to consider enrolling in detox if you:

  • Can’t cease using a drug by yourself
  • Identify an addiction or dependence to a substance

In all likelihood, your care provider will require you to enroll in detox if you have a drug addiction. Detox is the first and hardest step in overcoming addiction, and it’s important to go if detox is recommended.

How Long is Detox?

Detox experiences also vary. The detox process often ranges anywhere from three to 21 days, and it may be longer.

How long your detox takes depends partly on:

  • What drug you detox from
  • How much you’ve used that drug
  • What your health and metabolism are like

Certain classes of drugs, especially stimulants, take longer to detox from. The process also takes longer if you’re a heavy user, are in poor health or have a slow metabolism.