Behavioral Health – Substance Use Services
Substance abuse treatment starts with an alcohol and drug assessment.
This is the same no matter who has referred you for services. You may be court-ordered; your attorney may have suggested it; your doctor or a family friend may have told you that you need help. Maybe you are just tired of dealing with your drug or alcohol issues. A better life can start now.
Substance Use Screening Assessments
Use the Behavioral Health Resources and Services Directory or the Maryland Community Services Locator (MDCSL) to find information about health, social service, and criminal justice resource programs in Maryland. This tool can provide you with service information, maps, and driving directions to programs. The MDCSL is presented by the Center for Substance Abuse Research (CESAR) at the University of Maryland at College Park, which is dedicated to addressing the problems substance abuse creates for individuals, families, and communities.
Visit our Recovery Support Services page for information on this six- to nine-month recovery
support program for homeless Carroll County residents with a history of substance abuse or co-occurring mental health disorders.