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What Is a Halfway House / Sober Living Facility?

Halfway houses are temporary living facilities for people who are making their way toward a more permanent living situation. Some of them are specifically meant for former prison inmates.

Also called sober living facilities, sober homes, and transitional homes, many halfway houses are for ordinary people who are recovering from addiction. Sometimes they shelter people who have been homeless or have received mental health treatment.

These facilities have differing rules and regulations, and sobriety is a common requirement. Drugs and alcohol are strictly prohibited. Residents are monitored and provided with various levels of support as they make progress in their journey. 

Services are typically available, and they tend to vary among sober homes — in substance and extent. They can include life skill development classes, vocational training, and group therapy.

For our purposes, there are a number of halfway houses in Maryland.

The Importance of Halfway Houses in Maryland

Opioid use disorder (OUD) and substance use disorder (SUD) can lead to unfortunate outcomes. Rehab programs can help, but they are not always enough. What comes after rehab?

Halfway houses in Maryland provide a much-needed service. They are not medical centers, but they serve as an important function in helping people make their way toward a more permanent and independent living situation.

A transitional sober home is a stepping stone for people who are not yet ready to live on their own. Sober homes provide shelter and accountability — two important needs for people in recovery.

In short, the importance of sober living facilities in Maryland cannot be emphasized enough! They help people reintegrate into society.

How Do I Find The Best Halfway House Near Me?

If you are looking for a halfway house in Maryland, please look below. If you prefer to go out of state, we can just as easily help you find a halfway house near Maryland — in a neighboring state.

In order to figure out which sober home suits you best, please contact a few of the facilities listed below and ask questions. What are the rules and requirements? What services are made available to residents, if any?

A few factors are going to play into whether or not a particular halfway house is a better fit for you than another. Location can be important, but in-house services can be important as well. 

Reviews can be helpful, but keep in mind that they are not always fair or accurate.

On My Road to Recovery, What Should I Do Now?

We are all in different stages of life. No matter what you have been through, it is probably safe to assume that you have made some progress. There is hope, but you are not ready to live on your own. 

Please look through our listings for a qualified halfway house in Maryland. If you prefer, you can find a halfway house near Maryland or elsewhere. Call a few places and ask questions. 

When you find a sober living facility that you can call home (a temporary home), please do your best to stick to its halfway house rules and avoid disciplinary action. 

Halfway houses in Maryland have rules in place and they must be followed. Consequences for violations can and sometimes do culminate in expulsion.

Primary Service: Drug and Alcohol Dependency Treatment

Address : 3525 Resource Drive, Randallstown, 21133

Primary Service: treatment program for chemical dependency

Address : 7911 Old Branch Avenue, Clinton, 20735

Primary Service: Substance Use Disorders Program

Address : 2620 Riva Road, Annapolis, 21401

Primary Service: Recovery Related Service

Address : 621-E Stemmers Run Road, Essex, 21221

Primary Service: Mental Health Services

Address : 16110 Everly Rd, Hagerstown, 21740

Primary Service: treatment program for chemical dependency

Address : 800 Ingleside Avenue, Catonsville, 21228

Primary Service: Substance Use Disorders Program

Address : 1113 Odenton, Odenton, 21113

Primary Service: Recovery Related Service

Address : 11820 Parklawn Drive, North Bethesda, 20852

Primary Service: Mental Health Services

Address : 1107 North Point Boulevard, Dundalk, 21224

Primary Service: Substance Abuse Treatment Services

Address : 6226 Stoneham Court, Bethesda, 20817

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