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Abingdon, MD Drug & Alcohol Treatment

2 Centers in Abingdon, Maryland

Villa Maria Harford County
Villa Maria Harford County
1301 Continental Dr Abingdon, MD

Villa Maria Harford County is an addiction treatment facility in Abingdon, Maryland that offers individuals suffering from drug addiction, dual diagnosis and mental health issues evidence-based treatments such as group counseling sessions, 12 step meetings, CBT, relapse prevention education, life skills training, and holistic therapies in a compassionate and non-judgmental environment.

  • Outpatient
Emmorton Treatment Services
Emmorton Treatment Services
3105 Emmorton Road Abingdon, MD

Emmorton Treatment Services is an addiction treatment center in Maryland that specializes in evidence-based treatment for alcohol, opioid, dual diagnosis, and drug addiction through a range of comprehensive levels of care and therapy options.

  • 2+ Accreditations
  • Insurance Accepted
  • Outpatient

Drug & Alcohol Rehab Facilities near Abingdon, Maryland

Recovery Centers of America - Bracebridge Hall
314 Grove Neck Road, Earleville, MD, 21919
19.3 Miles from Abingdon, Maryland, USA
Foundations Recovery Center
1825 Woodlawn Drive, Baltimore, MD, 21207
26.5 Miles from Abingdon, Maryland, USA
Recovery Network - Halfway Houses Program
16 S Calvert St, Baltimore, MD 21202
21.6 Miles from Abingdon, Maryland, USA
Awakenings Recovery Center
111 S Potomac St, Hagerstown, MD, 21740
78.0 Miles from Abingdon, Maryland, USA
Ashley Addiction Treatment - Main Campus
800 Tydings Lane, Havre De Grace, MD 21078
9.1 Miles from Abingdon, Maryland, USA
Sandstone Care
11820 Parklawn Drive, Bethesda, MD, 20852
52.7 Miles from Abingdon, Maryland, USA

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For the past decade, Maryland's rate of drug use and abuse has significantly increased. The overdose rate is currently higher than the national average. This epidemic is due to the many industries where manual labor is required. As soon as prescription opioids were more readily accessible a large part of manual workers started using–and eventually abusing–the painkillers.

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