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    Are you seeking information on facilities in Maryland that offer substance abuse, and/or mental health treatment?

    If so, use the SAMHSA Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator OR call the Maryland Crisis Hotline OR speak to a local health department representative
    ​Find Help: SAMSHA's Treatment Locator​ ​​



    Opioid Treatment Program

    Click here​ for the list of l​and programs that provide methadone for treatment of opioid addiction​


    Ma​ryland Crisis Hotline SUD Services 
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    Maryland's Crisis Hotline is available 24 hours/7 days a week to provide e and assistance on how to access SUD services, in addition to the current mental health crisis services provided by this hotline. 
    Callers will also be given information about naloxone, recovery support and family s as available/appropriate in the individual's local area. 

    Opioid Overdose Prevention Tips

    ·         Keep all medicine in a safe place, such as a locked cabinet (Nal​oxone​ should be kept available)

    ·         Properly dispose of expired or unwanted medications.

    ·         Take only medicine prescribed for you and only as directed.

    ·         Never share your prescription drugs with anyone else.

    ·         If you have breathing problems (e.g. asthma, sleep apnea), check with your doctor before taking opioids.

    ·         Never mix pain medication with alcohol, benzos, sleeping pills, muscle relaxants, anti-nausea drugs, other opioids or illegal drugs​