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Substance Use Overview

Call 410-887-3224 to receive substance use information.

Baltimore County Department of Health

The Department of Health provides treatment through community providers for substance users and their families, and develops, coordinates and monitors a countywide network of substance use prevention and disorder treatment services. Free language assistance services can be provided to persons with limited English proficiency.

 

Free Screenings and Referrals

County residents, and individuals who have Medical Assistance that are seeking residential treatment services, can receive a free substance use screening and referral at our walk-in clinic at the Eastern Family Resource Center

Uninsured Adults

Funding is available to pay for treatment for uninsured County residents. Contact the Department for information regarding how to access treatment and to schedule an appointment for a screening to determine what type of treatment will be most effective for you. 

Alcohol and Drug Assessments for Defendants

The Department of Health provides alcohol and drug assessments for defendants in Circuit and District Court. Education, assessment and referral services are provided for inmates in the Detention Center. 

Resources 

Learn how to start your recovery and more from the resources below.

Alcohol

  • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): 410-663-1922
  • Al-Anon (Family and Friends): 410-832-7094
  • Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD): 410-321-6233
  • Alateen (Preteens and Teenagers): 410-832-7094
  • Underage drinking

Narcotics

Gambling

Gamblers Anonymous (GA): 410-337-3889 or 410-472-1264

Suicide 

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
    • English: 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)
    • Spanish: 1-888-628-9454
  • Grassroots Hotline (24 hours): 410-531-6677
  • Hopeline: 1-800-Suicide (1-800-784-2433)

Other

  • Department of Social Services (Screening): 410-853-3000
  • Baltimore County Crisis Response: 410-931-2214
  • Domestic Violence (Local Hotline): 410-828-6390
  • Family Crisis Center: 410-285-4357
  • Coping with Traumatic Events
 
Revised May 6, 2021         

 

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