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Dorchester County - Addictions Program

Dorchester County offers various healthcare services to the community of Cambridge area. One of its most promising services is Addictions Program, which gives the individuals struggling with addiction a chance to recover effectively. The staff at this facility believes that all members of the community should receive equal care to create a clean, safe, and healthy community. This facility offers counseling and treatment for drug dependency issues found in adolescents. The alcohol and drug addiction are available to the community of Baltimore through the outpatient service, which is an on-site service. All of its services are client-based and offer individual counseling to focus on the main cause of the problem at hand.

The Dorchester County Addictions Program offers help and care for adolescents, for DUI offenders, for DWI offenders, and for anyone who can’t or won’t go to a residential addiction treatment center.  The programs offer substance abuse treatment services too.

Dorchester County Health Department has seen many changes from its humble beginnings in the late 1800s to today. In 1877, the State Legislature gave the State Board of Health the power to require that Boards of County Commissioners organize local Boards of Health and appoint health officers. According to Dr. W. B. Johnson, Health Officer, 1950, Dr. George P. Jones served as Dorchester County's first part-time health officer from 1893 to 1900. It was in 1914 that "the Shore" got it's first full time health officer, Dr. Edgar A. Jones, who covered all nine counties in a horse and buggy. The Dorchester County Health Department's first quarters were in two rooms of the second floor of a building on High Street in Cambridge.

The Dorchester County Addictions Program is an outpatient drug and alcohol addiction and dependence treatment center, detox facility, rehabilitation program, and recovery organization.  The Dorchester County Addictions Program can be paid for with self pay, or the program can be funded through private health insurance options such as The Medical Mutual Health Insurance Organization, American Health Group, The Community Health Choice Association, Gold Coast, United Health One, APIPA, Bridge Span, Care Plus, Cenpatico, Health Plan of San Joaquin, AFTRA, AmeriChoice, First Health Insurance, Great-West Insurance, Oxford Health Plans, PHCS Insurance, Beacon Health Options, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Health Insurance, Magellan Health Services, Maryland Physicians Care, Priority Partners, Qualcare, Community Health Alliance, Harvard Pilgrim Health Insurance, Mass Mutual Health Care, Moda Health Care, and First Health Network.  The Dorchester County Addictions Program supports stability and abstinence from drug and alcohol addiction, and it offers an aftercare service option too.

Dorchester County offers various healthcare services to the community of Cambridge area. One of its most promising services is Addictions Program, which gives the individuals struggling with addiction a chance to recover effectively. The staff at this facility believes that all members of the community should receive equal care to create a clean, safe, and healthy community. This facility offers counseling and treatment for drug dependency issues found in adolescents. The alcohol and drug addiction are available to the community of Baltimore through the outpatient service, which is an on-site service. All of its services are client-based and offer individual counseling to focus on the main cause of the problem at hand.

The Dorchester County Addictions Program offers help and care for adolescents, for DUI offenders, for DWI offenders, and for anyone who can’t or won’t go to a residential addiction treatment center.  The programs offer substance abuse treatment services too.

Dorchester County Health Department has seen many changes from its humble beginnings in the late 1800s to today. In 1877, the State Legislature gave the State Board of Health the power to require that Boards of County Commissioners organize local Boards of Health and appoint health officers. According to Dr. W. B. Johnson, Health Officer, 1950, Dr. George P. Jones served as Dorchester County's first part-time health officer from 1893 to 1900. It was in 1914 that "the Shore" got it's first full time health officer, Dr. Edgar A. Jones, who covered all nine counties in a horse and buggy. The Dorchester County Health Department's first quarters were in two rooms of the second floor of a building on High Street in Cambridge.

The Dorchester County Addictions Program is an outpatient drug and alcohol addiction and dependence treatment center, detox facility, rehabilitation program, and recovery organization.  The Dorchester County Addictions Program can be paid for with self pay, or the program can be funded through private health insurance options such as The Medical Mutual Health Insurance Organization, American Health Group, The Community Health Choice Association, Gold Coast, United Health One, APIPA, Bridge Span, Care Plus, Cenpatico, Health Plan of San Joaquin, AFTRA, AmeriChoice, First Health Insurance, Great-West Insurance, Oxford Health Plans, PHCS Insurance, Beacon Health Options, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Health Insurance, Magellan Health Services, Maryland Physicians Care, Priority Partners, Qualcare, Community Health Alliance, Harvard Pilgrim Health Insurance, Mass Mutual Health Care, Moda Health Care, and First Health Network.  The Dorchester County Addictions Program supports stability and abstinence from drug and alcohol addiction, and it offers an aftercare service option too.

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  • 310 Gay Street Lower Level
  • Cambridge
  • MD
  • 21613
  • United States

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Dorchester County - Addictions Program

Cambridge

Cambridge Holistic | Cambridge 12-Step | Cambridge Outpatient

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Medicaid | Medicare

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Dorchester County

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