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Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Programs

2401 West Baltimore Street 
Baltimore, MD  21223 

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New Hope Treatment Center
410-945-7706
Hours:  Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. | Saturday, 7 a.m. - 12 p.m. 
Methadone Maintenance, Individual Counseling, Intensive/Outpatient Group Therapy and Primary Care 

Next Passage Treatment Center
410-728-8901  
Hours:  Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. | Saturday – Sunday, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. (Threshold to Recovery ONLY) 
Suboxone/Buprenorphine, Intensive & Outpatient Group Therapy, Drug-Free Treatment & Primary Care  

 

The outpatient substance use disorder treatment programs offer many types of treatment and services to patients who struggle with the disease of addiction.  All services are certified by the State of Maryland and are Joint Commission accredited. 

In order to be placed into one of our treatment programs, you must be an adult (18+) who has a diagnosis of opioid use disorder and/or substance use disorder.  Program admission priority is given to those who are IV drug users, HIV positive or pregnant women. 
Services offered through our programs include: 

  • Pharmacotherapy - Medication therapy used to treat opioid addiction 
  • Individual therapy 
  • Group therapy - Intensive outpatient, standard, methadone, and gender-specific groups 
  • Overdose prevention - Naloxone education, training and distribution 
  • Relapse prevention 
  • Tobacco cessation 
  • Family education and counseling 
  • Mental health screenings and referrals 
  • Needle exchange 
  • Department of Public Safety Assessment Unit 
  • DUI/DWI- assessment & education, individual and group therapy 
  • Peer Recovery Support Services - on-site services as well as SBIRT and OSOP, which are offered through the Emergency Department at Grace Medical Center  

Primary medical care is also offered to all patients enrolled in a treatment program.  Our care team can help you manage acute and chronic illnesses like hypertension and diabetes, providing vaccinations and preventative care including women’s health services.  You may also have access to education and counseling for healthy living as well as receive referrals to specialists. 

Behavioral Health Home services are available to Medicaid patients enrolled a treatment program.