Maryland Addiction Recovery Center (MARC), a private addiction and dual diagnosis facility located in Baltimore County, Maryland, offers an innovative treatment approach to issues of drug abuse, alcohol addiction, and mental health.
MARC offers addiction treatment services in a safe and comfortable setting. They provide a comfortable and inviting environment for the therapy of chemical dependence.
MARC offers any patient and their family the highest quality of addiction treatment and an excellent opportunity to start a new life that is free from alcohol and drugs.
Rehab, or “rehabilitation,” is any form of treatment or therapy for people who abuse substances. Drug treatment or rehab can refer to a number of medical and therapeutic approaches and treatments used to treat substance abuse and chemical dependency issues. Treatment can be done in a number of different settings, including hospitalization, inpatient or outpatient and can last different lengths of time, although studies have demonstrated that the longer a patient stays in treatment and continues through a program that lessens in intensity of care through the process, the better their chances are for longterm recovery. At Maryland Addiction Recovery Center, our rehabilitation programs help people cope with their problems and address their addiction issues as well as the root causes of their substance abuse. We offer evidence-based treatment and dual diagnosis services through several different levels of care and intensity, as well as specialty therapeutic groups and supporting services as a full continuum of care.
When you undergo treatment for drugs and alcohol, it’s important to stay for the duration of the treatment. A detox may be included if you are physically addicted to substances or if you display compulsive behaviors. The typical stay in rehab depends on what level of care you are receiving. An inpatient stay usually lasts anywhere from 30 to 90 days in the facility. Outpatient length of stay in treatment typically is determined on a client by client basis based on a client’s current level of need, evaluations and clinical team’s recommendations.