Through Partners in Recovery, people dealing with drug addiction and substance abuse will find compassionate, individualized care. You and your loved ones can access a variety of substance abuse treatments and mental health services tailored to your needs. Our goal is to help you recover and build a meaningful, productive life.
Why Choose Addiction Services - Partners in Recovery at Sheppard Pratt?
We use a Recovery Oriented System of Care (ROSC), which emphasizes whole-person, individualized care and supports patients’ recovery in their own environment.
Using evidence-based guidelines, we customize our efforts to each person, giving them the best chance at recovery. We offer:
Addiction is a chronic medical condition, not a personal failure. It’s a disease that requires continuous treatment and support.
Our experienced providers offer a range of services to support each patient where they are in their recovery process. These services may include medication management, housing support, and group counseling.
Dual diagnosis services
Evidence shows that many people dealing with addiction also have an underlying mental illness. Our expert providers can diagnose other mental health issues you may be experiencing. People have a better chance of recovering when we treat mental illness in addition to substance abuse or drug addiction.
Access to our network of support
Sheppard Pratt has a history of providing leading-edge mental health treatment. Our patients have access to our wide range of services, including off-site counseling, addiction services, and residential rehabilitation. We can offer an extra layer of treatment and support to help individuals in their recovery.
What to Expect From Partners in Recovery
Recovery from drug addiction and substance abuse goes beyond abstaining from drugs and alcohol. Our goal is to help you build a full, meaningful, and productive life in your community.
Through our Partners in Recovery program, we offer:
For many patients, detoxification is the first step to recovery from drug addiction. We provide medically supervised outpatient detoxification from opiates, alcohol, benzodiazepines, and barbiturates.
We understand that individuals addicted to opioids experience severe withdrawal symptoms. We can prescribe medication to help ease discomfort. Our medical staff sees you or your loved one daily to engage in intensive outpatient treatment during detoxification.
Ongoing therapy and support
We offer individual, family, and group therapy to help support recovery efforts. Group therapy can help individuals address addiction in a supportive, understanding environment. We also require patients to attend a community program, such as 12-step or self-help meetings, so they can build a sober support system.
We host Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings at our locations to supplement involvement in a self-help program. These weekly support sessions provide you or your loved one with vital accountability while you adjust to sobriety.
Drug and Alcohol Education Program
We offer 12-week and 26-week Drug and Alcohol Education programs to meet the requirements set by the Maryland court system. These programs are available for individuals who have been convicted of:
- Driving under the influence (DUI)
- Driving while impaired (DWI)
- Possession of a controlled dangerous substance (CDS)
- Testing positive for an illicit substance on the job
Where to find dual diagnosis treatment services
At some of our locations, you can receive substance abuse treatment while you participate in therapy for underlying mental health issues. Evidence shows that mental illness can contribute to addiction and substance abuse.
By addressing your health needs, we can improve the chances of recovery. These services are available at:
How to Access Sheppard Pratt’s Addiction Recovery Services
Through Partners in Recovery, we serve adults seeking substance abuse treatment. We encourage you to be open to a range of evidence-based treatment methods, such as diet and exercise changes, mental health treatment, and community involvement. We also encourage you to consider support services and dual diagnosis treatment if necessary.
To schedule an appointment, please call:
- Baltimore City: 443-573-8671
- Rosedale: 410-285-8157
Partners in Recovery accepts patients who receive Maryland Medical Assistance, as well as private insurance and private payment.
Off-site substance abuse assessment
Partners in Recovery provides:
- Screenings and assessments: We offer substance abuse screenings and assessments for teen parents and adults seeking public assistance. We provide screenings at Baltimore City Social Services offices and two Department of Social Services sites for parents with open Child Protective Services cases.
- In-hospital assessments: We provide assessments for substance abuse and referral to treatment for mothers of drug-exposed newborns.
We provide assessments, referrals, and follow-up services as needed so we can connect people to our extensive network of mental health services. To learn more, contact Catherine Faulkner or Edward Williams at 410-453-9553, ext. 3129.