Drug & Alcohol Programs Provide Hope in the Face of Addiction
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the death rate in Maryland has been above the national average for over 15 years. Getting help in an outpatient rehab facility can be the solution to this rising statistic.
Going to outpatient addiction rehabilitation has many benefits, including:
- The freedom to get therapy while still following a daily routine
- New support system
- A safe place to go
- Recovering from substance abuse and addiction
Frederick, MD Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meeting List
Are you new to the area and looking for an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in Frederick? We have you covered, below is a list of the meetings happening now (updated 1/19). If you need more information, be sure to check out the contact information for District 41 Intergroup.
Frederick, MD Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meeting List
Don't go at it alone! Find a local NA meeting on the list below. If you need more help, contact us direct or see the information for the Chesapeake & Potomac Region Narcotics Anonymous.
Call Us to Begin One of Our Addiction Programs
There are various ways to become clean sober in a rehab facility. The Freedom Center focuses mainly on outpatient treatment. We have addiction specialists on duty 24/7 that can answer any questions you may have about starting a program.
We can help you figure out what works for you. Call us at (888) 291-4362 or enter your phone number on our website and we can get back to you.
Directions from Frederick to Our Rehab Facility
The Freedom Center is not far from the beautiful, quaint town of Frederick, being:
- 37 minutes away
- 24.5 miles away
This drive can take more or less time, based on the time of day treatment is scheduled. The area between the two towns has very beautiful scenery so that outpatient patients can go hiking together with their support groups.
We Take Insurance from Major Providers
We understand that expenses can be a concern and source of stress. If you are seeking help for alcohol or drug addiction, we want you to be able to get the help you need.
The Freedom Center accepts many popular insurance plans and is very adaptable to helping people make an affordable plan for their addiction recovery.
Types of Substance Abuse Rehabs
Before choosing your addiction treatment plan, you should know about the various kinds of outpatient rehabilitation.
There are different kinds of choices for different people. Regardless of what you choose, outpatient treatment is very flexible with time.
Intensive Outpatient Program
An Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) provides weekly care for patients recovering from addictions. IOPs assist addiction recovery in a number of ways.
Some IOP’s have patients that come in for therapy or go on group excursions. These excursions are both fun and therapeutic as well as community building.
There are also educational sessions inside the rehab facility that teach addicts a variety of lessons that help with relapse prevention and positive mental health.
The Freedom Center Offers:
- Process Group
- Family Therapy
- Psychiatric and Medical Support
- Exercise and Nutrition
- Legal Advising
- Vocational Skills
For more information on these treatment programs, check out our website here.
The Aftercare Program
The Freedom Center aftercare program provides daily therapy for recovering addicts so that they stay on the right track as they go through busy lives.
For people with families and busy work schedules, this is an amazing option for you because it is extremely time sensitive.
If you are unable to commit to inpatient treatment, you will find a lot of support in aftercare being that it is everyday.
Get Clean With Alcohol Rehab and A.A. Support
Outpatient alcohol rehab is a popular and effective kind of treatment for those who struggle with alcohol addiction. The Freedom Center commonly uses the Alcoholics Anonymous program, which follows the 12 Steps.
Alcoholics Anonymous was founded by a past alcoholic named Bill Wilson in 1935. A study on the effectiveness of AA says “rates of abstinence are about twice as high among those who attend AA.”
The 12 step program is used in group meetings that are made to build a supportive community. Each step is a small goal that, when met, brings alcoholics close to staying clean and sober.
These meetings are for past or recovering alcoholics. There are even meetings for family members who need help supporting their loved one.
Drug Rehab and N.A. Resources
Outpatient drug rehab follows a similar pattern. After seeing the success of Alcoholics Anonymous, James Kinnon founded Narcotics Anonymous.
Narcotics are considered to be anything-legal or prescription-that alters the functioning of the brain. Drug addiction is almost always related to narcotics.
NA uses the same 12 step program and anonymous meetings to build a supportive community for past or recovering drug addicts.