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Elevate Recovery Centers located at 7476 Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard, Glen Burnie, Maryland, 21061 offers a safe, accepting and healthy environment for those surviving substance use and mental health disorders. Our trauma-focused treatments and programs include evidence-based practices to assist our clients in achieving their goals. Our mission is to enhance the dignity and quality of life for individuals surviving with substance use disorders. Our services include in partial hospitalization program (PHP), outpatient, intensive outpatient, individual counseling, group counseling, family therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, person centered therapy, motivational interviewing, experiential counseling, relapse prevention therapy, case management, health/hygiene education, psychological evaluations and psychiatric care. We also treat conditions including adjustment disorders, anxiety, depression, grief, PTSD, and stress. Every person has the right to achieve their full potential—and our team is here to elevate you, contact our Glen Burnie drug rehab today.
Elevate Recovery Centers embraces recovery, safety, health and wellness through compassionate personalized treatment options for substance use disorder.
The Reality of Drug and Alcohol Addiction in America
In the past, addiction was seen as a sign of weakness or a moral fault. Today, society is slowly awakening to the fact that drug addiction is a severe and chronic brain disease. Millions of individuals in the United States each year experiment with illicit drugs such as alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, or heroin for the first time, and a disturbingly large number will be unable to quit on their own.
According to the 2020 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, over 40.3 million people in the United States aged 12 and older had an addiction problem in the previous year. It may affect anybody, and can strike close to home.
Deaths from Drug Overdoses
As drug and alcohol addiction rates rise, so do overdose rates. Substance abuse can overwhelm your body and mind, leading to serious consequences, like coma or death.
Increase in Overdose Deaths Reported in Maryland
The number of drug and alcohol-related overdose deaths in Maryland reached an all-time high in 2020. This was a 16.8% increase from 2019, which only saw 2,369 overdose deaths.
Increase in Overdose Deaths Reported in Montgomery County
Overdose death rates in Montgomery have also seen a 32% increase. Heroin was found in 48 cases.