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Maryland Assessment/evaluation For Drug And Alcohol Addiction

Within the state of Maryland are facilities and organizations where a person can receive a drug or alcohol addiction assessment and evaluation.  These services will help narrow down and pin point the right kind of help needed to beat an addiction.

Maryland Substance Abuse Assessment and Evaluation Resources

The many different categories of drug treatment listed on the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration site do not necessarily include addiction assessment and evaluation services within the state of Maryland. In order for a person to receive any type of assessment, they will have to contact a drug treatment program directly, or go through an online questionnaire, which can be found when searching on the Internet.

Did you know this about drug and alcohol assessment and evaluation?

Drug and alcohol addiction assessments and evaluation are usually free services provided by state health centers and substance abuse treatment programs. It helps assess the needs of the addict to find the right treatment.

How do I know if I should cut down on my drinking?

Alcohol is widely used everywhere and is accepted all over the world, but is one of the more commonly abused drugs throughout. Alcohol addiction is always a severe problem, and this particular drug is one of the worst depressants, and people who abuse alcohol struggle their whole life to stop drinking. Alcohol abuse assessments are excellent ways for a person who drinks to helping in determining if they should cut down on their drinking. Through a set of simple questions, an individual can get a good sense of how serious their drinking may be.

Below you can find a listing of different assessment/evaluation programs in Maryland. The list can be incomplete. If you do not find what you looking for. Please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.