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Seafarers International Union - Addiction Rehabilitation Center

The Seafarers Addiction Rehabilitation Center is a private, non-profit residential treatment facility operated by the Seafarers Health and Benefits Plan as a proactive response to the problem of chemical dependency in the maritime industry. In operation since 1975, the program is designed to address alcohol and other drug issues relevant to the United States Merchant Mariner. The staff at the SARC understands chemical dependency to be a primary illness in itself, thereby compounding and contributing to problems in all life areas. SARC rehabilitation efforts are guided by the philosophy that is the foundation of all SIU efforts on behalf of the membership: “the development of the worker as a whole person, not just the person as a worker.” A seafarer may volunteer to attend the rehabilitation program or may be referred to treatment for job-related incidents involving alcohol and other drugs. These referrals may be made by the union, contracted companies, or the United States Coast Guard. 

The Seafarers Addiction Rehabilitation Center is a private, non-profit residential treatment facility operated by the Seafarers Health and Benefits Plan as a proactive response to the problem of chemical dependency in the maritime industry. In operation since 1975, the program is designed to address alcohol and other drug issues relevant to the United States Merchant Mariner. The staff at the SARC understands chemical dependency to be a primary illness in itself, thereby compounding and contributing to problems in all life areas. SARC rehabilitation efforts are guided by the philosophy that is the foundation of all SIU efforts on behalf of the membership: “the development of the worker as a whole person, not just the person as a worker.” A seafarer may volunteer to attend the rehabilitation program or may be referred to treatment for job-related incidents involving alcohol and other drugs. These referrals may be made by the union, contracted companies, or the United States Coast Guard. 

Address

  • 45705 Locust Grove Drive
  • Valley Lee
  • MD
  • 20692
  • United States

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  • Telephone: (301) 994-0010 ext. 5330
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Seafarers International Union - Addiction Rehabilitation Center

Inpatient Rehabilitation

Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days) | Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less)

Valley Lee

Valley Lee 12-Step | Valley Lee Residential Long-Term | Valley Lee Residential Short Term

Maryland Types of Services

Inpatient Rehabilitation | Twelve Steps | Substance Abuse Treatment

Maryland Counties

Saint Mary's County

Maryland Types of Payments

Maryland Rehabs Covered by Private Health Insurance

Maryland Types of Insurance

Aetna Insurance | cigna insurance | United Health Care

Maryland Cities

Valley Lee

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