MD crisis (substance misuse) hotline – 800-422-0009
Maryland Behavioral Health website Includes link to Before It Is Too Late
Change Direction website
In honor of Chester Bennington. The goal of the Campaign to Change Direction is to change the culture of mental health in America so that all of those in need receive the care and support they deserve. The Campaign encourages all Americans to pay attention to their emotional well-being – and it reminds us that our emotional well-being is just as important as our physical well-being.
This site provides extensive information on the types, causes, and signs of addiction, as well as the different kinds of recovery options, including withdrawal symptoms. *WARNING* I am not endorsing the recommended treatment centers offered. I don’t know anything about this organization.
Resource Packet with information on heroin addiction, using signs, overdose, fentynal, and opiate pain pills. information packet – Opiates
Recovery Care Partners Our mission is to help those afflicted with substance abuse recover and build stable lives. Our promise – in which our clients have come fervently to believe – is that we will be a trusted, valued partner in their recovery.
As a small core team of professionals allied with the most notable members of the recovery care community, we are experts in what we do. We rapidly identify, surface, and confront substance abuse issues, tailoring our approach to the needs of the client’s family.
Our founder, Don Sloane, provides leadership for our compassionate interventions and recovery care services. With over 30 years in the recovery field, Don has facilitated hundreds of interventions and helped to bring relief to a number of families. Don and his team provide hope and inspire sustainable recovery.
Maryland Coalition of Families
This group offers free support to youth and parents for all mental health needs, including addiction. MFC provides information, treatment and support resources, one on one family counseling, and advocacy. 410-730-8269
Recovery 2.0 – Tommy Rosen
Tommy Rosen embraces a holistic approach to recovery from addiction of all kinds, emphasizing the importance of mind-body practices such as yoga, meditation, exercise, nutrition, and community.