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The Top Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers in Maryland (2022)

In This Guide

  • Healthcare for the Homeless, Tranquility Woods, Worcester County Health, and 12 other treatment centers. View All

  • Each treatment center on this page has: (a) The Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission for addiction services and CARF Accreditation (b) Composite online review scores of 3/5 stars or better, (c) Programs that effectively treat dual diagnosis disorders.

  • Find trusted Maryland recovery resources including 3 crisis hotlines, 3 overdose prevention organizations, and 5 support groups.

  • For additional support check out our guide to the best drug rehab centers in Maryland.

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    23 Duke Street, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 08901
    Online Reviews: A+
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    The team at SOBA is uniquely qualified to treat co-occurring disorders. We are experts in understanding the specific psychological problems and addictive behaviors our clients exhibit, and it is with this understanding that we can properly treat both disorders extensively to facilitate a full, comprehensive recovery. Our compassionate team offers years of experience in identifying and treating co-occurring disorders. From individual therapy to trauma-focused solutions and medication management, we offer our clients a full spectrum of services to help treat both addiction and mental health-related issues at the same time. MORE INFO >

    What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and ADHD, anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, dissociation, OCD, panic disorders, personality disorders, PTSD, suicidal ideation, and trauma.

    Levels of Care
    Aftercare, Inpatient Detox, Inpatient Treatment, IOP, Outpatient, PHP, Residential Treatment, Sober Living

    Editorial Note
    We've verified that SOBA has two centers with a combined Google Review Rating of 4.9 out of 71 reviews and is accredited by the prestigious Joint Commission.

    IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery

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    13400 Edgemeade Road, Upper Marlboro, Maryland, 20772
    Online Reviews: A+
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    The IAFF is a dual diagnosis treatment facility that specializes in recovery programs for firefighters and paramedics who are struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. This facility offers comprehensive treatment programs that walk each client from the point of detoxification all the way through to outpatient aftercare. Clients will have access to 24/7 care and supervision, individual therapy, group therapy, coping skill development, yoga, sports activities, journaling, cognitive behavioral therapy, 12-step programs, relapse prevention, psychoeducational groups, medication management, and more. Depending on their specific needs, clients may have different programs than their peers as designed by their assigned clinician. This customization and flexibility allow these firefighters to address all problems they are experiencing rather than simply trying to minimize symptoms of addiction.

    What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, PTSD, and suicidal ideation.

    Levels of Care
    Detox, Dual Diagnosis, IOP, MAT, PHP, Residential Treatment


    Tranquility Woods

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    171-A Ryan Road, Pasadena, Maryland, 21122
    Online Reviews: A+
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    Tranquility Woods offers highly customizable substance abuse treatment programs to ensure that all clients have their specific needs met in a comfortable, healing environment. Some of the available options include acupuncture, chronic pain management, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, equine-assisted therapy, exercise, experiential therapies, family programs, group counseling, individual therapy, nutrition guidance, massage therapy, medication management, meditation, relapse prevention skills and planning, and yoga. Other options may be available, but programs will be designed by a clinician and their client. They do offer private and semi-private rooms, and aftercare programs are offered to ensure that the skills learned in treatment are continuously used outside of treatment.

    What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and mood disorders, anxiety disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, PTSD, and personality disorders.

    Levels of Care
    Aftercare, Detox, Inpatient Treatment, Outpatient


    Avenues Recovery Center of Maryland

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    125 Fairground Road, Prince Frederick, Maryland, 20678
    Online Reviews: A
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    Avenues Recovery Center of Maryland provides an extended care plan, meaning that they walk with each client through the stages of treatment, ensuring that each client safely progresses from detoxification, all the way through the levels of care they enroll in, to aftercare programs that ensure prolonged treatment even after graduation. Program options include life skills, wellness planning, nutritional guidance, family programs, group therapy, individual counseling, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, 12-step programs, yoga, various outdoor adventure activities, and medication-assisted treatments such as Vivitrol or Subutex. The entire facility is set up almost like a hotel, with luxury accommodations, gourmet meals catered to the client, and a fully equipped gym.

    What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

    Levels of Care
    Detox, Dual Diagnosis, MAT, Outpatient, Residential Treatment


    Baltimore Station

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    140 West Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 21230
    Online Reviews: A
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    Baltimore Station is a unique dual diagnosis mental health treatment facility because they offer no-cost treatment plans to veterans across the country. They offer extensive programs to those in need and aim to provide access to resources these individuals may not otherwise be able to receive. Programs include a combination of evidence-based treatment options well as various alternative therapies. Some options include case management, relapse prevention, peer support groups, family therapy, music therapy, art therapy, journaling, drama, physical fitness, tai chi, yoga, acudetox, chiropractic services, K9 services, equine-assisted therapy, piscatorial therapy, educational field trips, vocational services, life skills, education, community service, and various medical services. All of these programs work together to help these veterans develop coping skills for their mental health disorders and co-occurring substance use disorders they may be struggling with.

    What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, and PTSD.

    Levels of Care
    Dual Diagnosis, IOP, Outpatient, Residential Treatment


    Healthcare for the Homeless

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    421 Fallsway, Baltimore, Maryland, 21202
    Online Reviews: A
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    Unfortunately, drug addiction and homelessness often have a lot of overlap, but because these people are experiencing financial hardships, they are not usually able to seek help. Healthcare for the Homeless works to increase access to all types of medical and healthcare services for homeless individuals. These services often combine case management, trauma-informed care, harm reduction, various medical services, and help with finding supportive housing and employment. The main forms of treatment for individuals struggling with mental illness and co-occurring substance use are individual therapy, group support, and medication management.

    What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, trauma, and depression.

    Levels of Care
    Dual Diagnosis, MAT, Outpatient

    Editorial Note
    Health Care for the Homeless provides all health services to anyone in the Baltimore area that is homeless or does not have access to healthcare.


    Potomac Programs

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    7945 Macarthur Boulevard Suite 214, Cabin John, Maryland, 20818
    Online Reviews: A
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    This dual diagnosis treatment facility specializes in treating adolescents ages 12-17 who struggle with mental health issues and addiction. This treatment program combines individual, group, and family therapy to help these teens reconnect with their loved ones in a healthy environment. Clients will work with peer mentors and recovery coaches to design a program that best fits their individual needs and disorders. Some of the available services unique to this facility include wilderness therapy, DBT, experiential therapy, and SMART Recovery. Clients will also participate in educational services or the on-site boarding school, allowing them to continue their education while still in treatment.

    What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, trauma, depression, ADHD, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, and suicidal ideation.

    Levels of Care
    Dual Diagnosis, IOP, Outpatient, PHP, Residential Treatment


    Brittany’s Heart

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    5310 Old Court Road Suite 205, Randallstown, Maryland, 21133
    Online Reviews: A
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    Brittany’s Heart provides customizable outpatient treatment options to individuals struggling with dual diagnosis disorders. These programs are designed to fit the specific client’s needs, so no two programs will look the same. The main forms of treatment involve education and prevention, but clients also participate in standard individual and group therapies. Other services available include medication management, family therapy, school-based therapies, and various types of intervention.

    What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

    Levels of Care
    IOP, Outpatient, Dual Diagnosis


    Hope House Maryland

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    26 Marbury Drive, Crownsville, Maryland, 21032
    Online Reviews: A
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    In order to treat substance abuse and possible co-occurring disorders, the treatment services available at Hope House Maryland’s Crownsville location include medication assistance, acudetox acupuncture, various types of medical care, relapse prevention techniques, individual therapy, small group counseling, family education, family therapies, 12-step recovery programs, therapeutic yoga, and aftercare planning through an Alumni association. Some of the other mental health services each client has access to are cognitive behavioral therapy and self-help groups, allowing clients with similar struggles to rely on one another and develop some positive connections.

    What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression and anxiety.

    Levels of Care
    Detox, Dual Diagnosis, Inpatient Detox, Inpatient Treatment, IOP, MAT, Residential Treatment


    Changing Lives at Home Mental Health

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    4805 Garrison Boulevard 1st Floor, Baltimore, Maryland, 21215
    Online Reviews: B+
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    Changing Lives at Home offers several different levels of care and treatment services for children, young adults, and adults. Their short-term residential program is only for females ages 15-19, however, there are other programs offered for men and women of all ages. Programs include a combination of individual and group therapies, recreational activities, medication assistance, family therapy, case management, psychoeducation, and more. These programs not only address co-occurring conditions at the same time to effectively treat the client as a whole, but they allow the client to play an active role in their recovery journey by choosing goals and treatments that help them meet those goals. As a community service program, Changing Lives at Home also helps with housing assistance and job readiness training.

    What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, and trauma.

    Levels of Care
    Dual Diagnosis, MAT, Outpatient, Residential Treatment


    Chrysalis House

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    1570 Crownsville Road, Crownsville, Maryland, 21032
    Online Reviews: B+
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    Chrysalis House offers residential treatment to women over the age of 18. Clients are often struggling with substance abuse or addiction as well as co-occurring mental illnesses, but in order to be enrolled in this program, they must have already completed detoxification at least five days before admission. The main goals of this residential treatment program are to teach these women self-discipline, respect, and cooperation, and to promote long-term sobriety. Services include individual and group counseling, education, relapse prevention, parenting skills training, life skills development, auricular acupuncture, therapeutic recreation, 12-step meetings on-site, family therapy, and housing services. All of this works together to provide clients with the support they need to get sober, remain sober, and live fulfilling lives outside of treatment.

    What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, and trauma.

    Levels of Care
    Dual Diagnosis, MAT, Residential Treatment


    Lower Shore Clinic

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    505 East Main Street, Salisbury, Maryland, 21804
    Online Reviews: B
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    The main form of outpatient treatment at Lower Shore Clinic revolves around process groups and peer support. These groups allow clients to develop connections with one another, address problems and negative behaviors they are all experiencing, and develop coping skills together. Clients also have access to psychotherapy, neurofeedback, and medication assistance in the form of Vivitrol, Naltrexone, Campral, and Antabuse. They also offer assertive community treatment, crisis services, nutritional programs, various health services, community outreach, supportive housing, vocational services, and separate programs for young adults and elderly adults.

    What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression and anxiety.

    Levels of Care
    Dual Diagnosis, Outpatient


    Life’s Energy Wellness Center

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    2324 N. Zion Road Suite 112, Salisbury, Maryland, 21801
    Online Reviews: B
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    Life’s Energy Wellness Center provides several types of counseling for individuals, couples, families, parents, and more. Counseling is the main form of treatment, however, clients also have access to services such as education, skill development, various workshops, prevention groups, and community support services. Other services offered include a 12-hour alcohol addiction education group, adolescent programs, a marijuana-specific outpatient group, gender-specific groups, and various programs for children. Each of these is customized to the specific client, allowing them to work with a clinician and choose from a long list of treatment options.

    What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and trauma, ADHD, depression, PTSD, anxiety disorders, and eating disorders.

    Levels of Care
    Dual Diagnosis, IOP, Outpatient

    Editorial Note
    If clients require more specialized inpatient care, Life's Energy is able to refer them to trusted facilities in the Salisbury area.


    Austin Addictions and MH Center

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    27 West 7th Street, Frederick, Maryland, 21701
    Online Reviews: B
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    Austin Addiction has separate treatment services for adolescents and adults. These programs include, but are not limited to, cognitive behavioral therapy, the development of coping strategies, family therapy, educational services, and group therapy. These programs are based on the specific drug or alcohol addiction as well as any co-occurring mental health conditions that need to be addressed at the same time. They are a CBT-based treatment center, so each program will begin with this evidence-based therapy and incorporate supplemental treatments based on the client’s needs, goals, and interests.

    What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, trauma, and anxiety.

    Levels of Care
    Dual Diagnosis, IOP


    Pathways Treatment Center

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    2620 Riva Road, Annapolis, Maryland, 21401
    Online Reviews: C+
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    Pathways Treatment Center is a 12-step based program, specializing in dual diagnosis programs that revolve around the family unit and recovery goals of the individual. Each therapy is meant to address the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of the client. Though family therapy is a critical piece of this recovery program, clients also work individually with their assigned clinical team to establish a patient-centered plan as well. Some options for this include medication-assisted treatment, 24/7 supervision, case management, process groups, recovery education, 12-step groups, spirituality, nutritional guidance, and various types of adventure therapy.

    What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and mood disorders, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, PTSD, and psychotic disorders.

    Levels of Care
    MAT, IOP, Outpatient, Inpatient Treatment, PHP, Detox, Dual Diagnosis


    Worcester County Health Department

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    9730 Healthway Drive, Berlin, Maryland, 21811
    Online Reviews: C
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    Because the Worcester County Health Department is not just a behavioral health facility, people seeking help here have access to all kinds of healthcare services. This means that the available treatment programs are on the more general side, offering individual, group, and family therapies as their main form of treatment. Clients may also have access to education services, crisis interventions, and specialized care based on their unique needs. Worcester County also offers these individuals different types of community-based services like peer recovery services, targeted case management, and early intervention and prevention programs.

    What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and mood disorders, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, psychosis, and personality disorders. They also offer psychiatric-only services.

    Levels of Care
    Detox, Dual Diagnosis, Inpatient Treatment, MAT


    Our Grading System

    We assign letter grades to each center based on their cumulative online review ratings:

    A
    4.3 – 5 Stars

    B
    3.5 – 4.2 Stars

    C
    2.6 – 3.4 Stars

    D
    2 – 2.5 Stars

    F
    2 Stars