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CCG is fortunate because we treat more than just the symptoms of addiction — we treat the disorders that accompany, enable, and cause addiction. We unified medical, psychological, vocational, economic, and social expertise to literally “wrap around” the patient and the patient’s lifestyle. And we do not disrupt the process by sending the patient from one facility to another; we do it all under one roof, in a “concerted” fashion, like our name, Concerted Care Group states.

What is an effect in substance abuse treatment, includes opiate drug addiction, is not just temporarily interrupting chemical dependence, but permanently altering the total life and lifestyle that leads to addiction.

The Concerted Care Group in the Whole Person, Whole LifeConcerted Care Group provide the most effective, most successful approach to overcoming drug addiction available, including addiction to prescription painkillers.

CCG is not treating just one symptom it treats more symptoms of opiate and prescription drug addiction – heroin, morphine, codeine, oxycodone – we also treat the behaviors that accompany, enable, and cause addiction. And we do not disrespect the process by sending the patient from one facility to another; we do it all under one roof.


    IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program)


    24/7 Care Takers
    Private Rooms
    Physical Activities
    Peaceful Environment
    Qualified Medical Practices
    Meditation And Mindfulness


    Group Therapy
    Individual Therapy
    Family Therapy
    Dual Diagnosis Therapy



If you are required to take a drug screen while on methadone, you will not yield a positive result. Typical drug screens cannot detect methadone, however, others that are designed specifically to detect it can.

Yes, Suboxone is a medication that can lead to addiction when misused. However, if you take Suboxone under the guidance of those in a medication-assisted treatment program, the likelihood of developing an addiction is low. In fact, medication-assisted treatment is the most effective way to treat opioid addiction. Suboxone contains both buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine stimulates similar receptors in the brain that are triggered by other opioids like heroin, morphine, or prescription painkillers, but without causing the same high. Therefore, Suboxone can help you live free of cravings and withdrawal symptoms.


Concerted Care Group

112 E Patapsco Ave, Baltimore, MD 21225



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