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Where to Get Treatment

Anne Arundel County residents who need treatment for an addiction have a number of choices. Both uninsured and insured residents can contact the Anne Arundel County Treatment Referral and Resource Line at 410-222-0117 weekdays for information about certified treatment programs.

Anne Arundel County Adult Addictions program operates two Opiate Addiction Treatment Centers, 410-222-0100 (North) and 410-222-6001 (South), that provide medication-assisted treatment.

Facts: Buprenorphine, Methadone, Naltrexone (Vivitrol)

Safe Stations 24/7 Assistance at County and City Fire and Police Stations

Crisis Stabilization Services (CSS)

Admission to a CSS bed. Assessment. Connection to appropriate treatment resources for opioid use.

Crisis Warmline 410-768-5522 24/7 Help and Support 


Find Behavioral Health Treatment




More Online Resources:

NIDA YouTube Video: Anyone Can Become Addicted to Drugs


NIDA YouTube Video: Why Drugs Are So Hard to Quit


Science of Addiction (NIDA)

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