A Few Local Resources…

Looking for help in Cecil County?

Cecil County Health Department – Rewrite Your Script

Maryland Medicaid:  There are few inpatient detox/treatment facilities that accept State insurance for Cecil County residents.  One is A.F. Whitsitt Center in Chestertown, Maryland.  To find out where you can go and to get the necessary referrals, call the Alcohol & Drug Recovery Center in the Cecil County Health Department to either get an appointment or find out their walk-in hours.  They will be able to help you access these services and get a plan for recovery.

Private pay/insurance plans:  There is one inpatient treatment facility in Cecil County:  Recovery Centers of America of Bracebridge Hall in Earleville.  Call them at (443)282-1197.

Many other Cecil County residents have gone to the following facilities for detox services and inpatient treatment.  We recommend using a facility that can coordinate aftercare services near to where you live:

Ashley Addiction Treatment in Havre de Grace, MD.  Call them at (866)313-6307.  Outpatient detox and intensive counseling location in Elkton.  Accepts Maryland Medicaid for Outpatient services.

Phoenix Recovery Center in Edgewood, MD.  (410)671-7374.

For Outpatient Counseling for Substance Use:

Project Chesapeake in Elkton, MD (443)406-3234

For Mental Health and Substance Use co-occuring outpatient treatment, call Upper Bay at (410)996-3450.

For a Mental Health Emergency for you or someone else, call the Mobile Crisis Unit at (888)407-8018.

Union Hospital of Cecil County has a short-term inpatient Mental Health Unit that can be accessed through the Emergency Department, if needed.

For Family Support:  Maryland Coalition of Families (410) 688-9317

Northeastern Maryland Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous 24 hr Hotline:  (410)272-4150

Free State Region of Narcotics Anonymous 24 hr Hotline:  (800)317-3222

If you, or someone you know, is thinking of suicide, call the Suicide Hotline right now at (800)422-0009.

If you, or someone you know, is currently having a behavioral health crisis, call the Mobile Crisis Unit at (888)407-8018.  For an overdose, CALL 911 and do not leave the person alone!