Baltimore, MD Rehab Guide and Addiction Information

In 2020, there were 2,773 unintentional drug- and alcohol intoxication deaths in Maryland, a 16.6% increase from 2019.1 These deaths were a result of ingestion or exposure to substances like alcohol, heroin, fentanyl, prescription opioids, cocaine, benzodiazepine, methamphetamine, and phencyclidine (PCP).2 Many of these deaths were the result of the simultaneous use of multiple substances.3

Fortunately, for the residents of both Baltimore and the state of Maryland struggling with addiction, there are more than 200 drug rehab programs in Baltimore and many more options for addiction treatment in Baltimore and in the surrounding areas.4

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Near Baltimore
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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Near Baltimore

Addiction is a disease that affects people differently. When it comes to addiction treatment, the exact care plan should be unique to each person’s needs. For example, someone with a co-occurring mental health disorder or a serious medical condition will need different treatment than someone who does not struggle with these issues. The professionals at an addiction rehab facility should take all factors into account when assessing a patient coming into treatment and, as such,  develop a treatment plan that will most benefit each individual and their circumstances.

There are many factors to consider when choosing a drug rehab near Baltimore, and location is one of them. While some may resist traveling to a different city or state to undergo treatment, it could actually prove very beneficial to a person seeking sobriety.  Gaining some distance  from the people and environment in which a person abused substances in the past can prove a successful strategy to achieving positive results in the future.

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Drug and Alcohol Stats in Maryland
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Drug and Alcohol Stats in Maryland

Each year, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) compiles data based on the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH). From 2018-2019, they reported the following  statistics regarding Maryland adults over the age of 18:
  • 13.17% reported past-month illicit drug use.
  • 59.74% used alcohol, and 27.74% drank to excess or binged alcohol.
  • 2.69% sought treatment for illegal drug use and 5.21% sought treatment for alcohol use.
  • Approximately 17.5% reported suffering from any type of mental illness.5

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