In 1999, Ron and Marie Hildebrand founded Maryland Recovery in the Baltimore suburb of Bel Air to provide affordable housing for people leaving treatment programs who had limited resources for continuing their recovery. Since then, Maryland Recovery has positioned itself as a “residential outpatient” program, allowing clients to attend treatment during the day at its outpatient facility and return to its nearby residential homes at night. Clients spend up to 90 days completing the three levels of care offered for addiction and co-occurring mental disorders.
Accommodations and Food
Maryland Recovery owns and operates eight residential housing facilities with more than 40 beds for outpatient clients. Housing is separated by gender and also by the levels of care required so residents can interact with and support others dealing with similar issues. Clients share bedrooms, bathrooms and the kitchen and occasionally prepare meals together. While Maryland Recovery believes in separating treatment and living space, there is a house manager for each facility and staff available to assist with clients’ needs around the clock.
The program at Maryland Recovery is divided into three phases that can be taken individually for approximately one month each or as 90 consecutive days of treatment.
Phase 1 of treatment is a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) during which clients are given an individualized treatment plan and assessed for a long-term treatment plan.This phase lasts 28 days with treatment every day of the week and is not for those who need medical care and observation around the clock. Treatment plans may include individual therapy and group therapy, as well as medication monitoring.
After completing Phase 1, clients can move on to the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) program that houses them in one of the eight residential homes. Treatment plans focus mainly on the 12 steps as well as therapy and education in the areas of relapse prevention and craving management.
The third phase of treatment that Maryland Recovery offers is their extended care program. At this point, clients can continue living in the treatment housing while meeting their obligations in the outside world.
In addition to its 12-step and therapy programs, Maryland Recovery offers drumming, yoga and acupuncture to help facilitate recovery.
Maryland Recovery provides a unique experience with its residential outpatient model. The convenience, safety and affordability of having a sober living space within walking distance of the treatment facility makes Maryland Recovery an attractive option for those looking for a 12-step or holistic approach to healing from co-occurring disorders or substance abuse.
21 W Cortland St
Bel Air, MD 21014
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