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    Adapt Cares
  • 3101 Towanda Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21215


  • Addictions Counseling Service
  • 17 Warren Road
  • Baltimore,MD, 21208


  • Addiction Treatment Services
  • 5510 Nathan Shock Drive
  • Baltimore,MD, 21224


  • Addiction Treatment Services
  • 5200 Eastern Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21224


  • Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program
  • 630 West Fayette Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21201


  • Alliance Inc
  • 9201 Philadelphia Road
  • Baltimore,MD, 21237


  • Alternatives to Dependency
  • 532 Eastern Boulevard
  • Baltimore,MD, 21221


  • Arthur Flaxs
  • 1401 Reisterstown Road
  • Baltimore,MD, 21208


  • A Step Forward Inc
  • 800 North Fulton Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21217


  • Baltimore Behavioral Healthcare Inc
  • 1001 West Pratt Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21223


  • Baltimore Cares Inc
  • 2300 Garrison Boulevard
  • Baltimore,MD, 21216


  • Baltimore City Drug Court Juvenile
  • 300 North Gay Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21202


  • Baltimore Community Resource Center
  • 21 West 25th Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21218


  • Baltimore Crisis Response Inc
  • 317 East North Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21201


  • Baltimore Station
  • 140 West West Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21230


  • BD Health Services
  • 3955 Old North Point Boulevard
  • Baltimore,MD, 21222


  • Bernice E Meade House of Safe Haven
  • 1219 North Chester Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21213


  • Bon Secours
  • 2401 West Baltimore Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21223


  • Bon Secours Balt Hlth Systems Next
  • 2901 Druid Park Drive
  • Baltimore,MD, 21215


  • Bridge House
  • 28 South Broadway
  • Baltimore,MD, 21231


  • By Grace Inc Counseling Services
  • 1002 Patapsco Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21225


  • Center for Addictions Medicine
  • 827 Linden Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21201


  • Chance Center
  • 301 North Gay Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21202


  • Chase/Brexton Health Services
  • 1001 Cathedral Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21201


  • Chesapeake Counseling Services
  • 7 Margaret Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21221


  • Counseling Resource Associates
  • 6423 Frederick Road
  • Baltimore,MD, 21228


  • Crossroads Centers
  • 2100 North Charles Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21218


  • CWC IOP Grant
  • 911 North Broadway
  • Baltimore,MD, 21205


  • Damascus House
  • 4203 Ritchie Highway
  • Baltimore,MD, 21225


  • Deaf Addiction Services at Maryland
  • 630 West Sayette
  • Baltimore,MD, 21201


  • Deaf Addiction Services at Maryland
  • 630 West Fayette Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21201


  • Druid Heights Trt and Counseling Ctr
  • 2009 Druid Hill Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21217


  • Echo House Multi Service Center Inc
  • 1705 West Fayette Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21223


  • EPOCH Counseling Center
  • 3902 Annapolis Road
  • Baltimore,MD, 21227


  • Family Health Centers of Baltimore
  • 631 Cherry Hill Road
  • Baltimore,MD, 21225


  • Fayette House
  • 13-19 South Fulton Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21223


  • Gaudenzia Inc
  • 4615 Park Heights Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21215


  • Gaudenzia Inc
  • 3643 Woodland Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21215


  • Glass Counseling Center
  • 821 North Eutaw Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21201


  • Glass Substance Abuse Programs Inc
  • 2490 Giles Road
  • Baltimore,MD, 21225


  • Glass Substance Abuse Programs Inc
  • 821 North Eutaw Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21201


  • Glass Substance Abuse Programs Inc
  • 821 North Eutaw Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21201


  • Glenwood Life
  • 516 Glenwood Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21212


  • Harbel Prevention and Recovery Center
  • 5807 Harford Road
  • Baltimore,MD, 21214


  • Harbel Prevention and Recovery Center
  • 5807 Harford Road
  • Baltimore,MD, 21214


  • Hart Group
  • 8035 Harford Road
  • Baltimore,MD, 21234


  • Hawkes Counseling Services
  • 3303 Edgewood Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21216


  • Healthcare for the Homeless Inc
  • 111 Park Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21201


  • Helping Up Mission
  • 1029 East Baltimore Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21202


  • Huber and Associates Counseling Ctr
  • 8109 Hartford Road
  • Baltimore,MD, 21234


  • Institutes for Behavior Resources Inc
  • 2104 Maryland Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21218


  • Jewish Addiction Services
  • 5750 Park Heights Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21215


  • JHU/Cornerstone
  • 4940 Eastern Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21224


  • Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
  • 4940 Eastern Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21224


  • Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
  • 4940 Eastern Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21224


  • Johns Hopkins Hospital Broadway Center
  • 911 North Broadway
  • Baltimore,MD, 21205


  • Johns Hopkins Hospital Broadway Center
  • 911 North Broadway
  • Baltimore,MD, 21205


  • Johns Hopkins Hospital Comprehensive
  • 911 North Broadway
  • Baltimore,MD, 21205


  • Johns Hopkins Hospital Comprehensive
  • 911 North Broadway
  • Baltimore,MD, 21205


  • Johns Hopkins Hospital Program for
  • 911 North Broadway
  • Baltimore,MD, 21205


  • Johns Hopkins University at JHBMC
  • 5510 Nathan Shock Drive
  • Baltimore,MD, 21224


  • Lane Treatment Center
  • 2117 Maryland Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21218


  • Loyola College Alcohol and
  • 4501 North Charles Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21210


  • Man Alive Inc
  • 2117 Maryland Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21218


  • Marthas Place
  • 1928 Pennsylvania Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21217


  • Methadone for Business Achievers
  • 2490 Giles Road
  • Baltimore,MD, 21225


  • Minute By Minute
  • 2587 West Baltimore Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21223


  • Mountain Manor Treatment Center
  • 3800 Frederick Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21229


  • Mountain Manor Treatment Center
  • 3243 Eastern Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21224


  • Mountain Manor Treatment Center
  • 3800 Frederick Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21229


  • Nilsson House
  • 5665 Purdue Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21239


  • Northwest Baltimore Youth Services Inc
  • 3319 West Belvedere Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21215


  • Operation Recovery
  • 301 Saint Paul Place
  • Baltimore,MD, 21202


  • Peoples Community Addictions Program
  • 3011 Greenmount Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21218


  • Pine Heights Treatment Center
  • 3455 Wilkens Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21229


  • Ralph D Raphael PhD PA
  • 21 West Road
  • Baltimore,MD, 21204


  • Recovery In Community
  • 31 North Fulton Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21223


  • Reflective Treatment Center
  • 301 North Gay Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21202


  • Safe House
  • 7 West Randall Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21230


  • S and S Counseling Service
  • 618 Eastern Boulevard
  • Baltimore,MD, 21221


  • Sinai Hospital
  • 2401 West Belvedere Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21215


  • Total Healthcare Inc
  • 1501 West Saratoga Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21223


  • Towson Addictions Center
  • 22 West Pennsylvania Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21204


  • Treatment Resources for Youth (TRY)
  • 2517 North Charles Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21218


  • Tuerk House
  • 730 Ashburton Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21216


  • Tuerk House
  • 730 Ashburton Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21216


  • Turning Point Clinic
  • 2401 East North Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21213


  • Universal Counseling Services Inc
  • 122 Weber Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21230


  • University of Maryland
  • 630 West Fayette Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21201


  • University of Maryland
  • 630 West Fayette Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21201


  • Valley Bridge House Inc
  • 28 South Broadway
  • Baltimore,MD, 21231


  • VA Maryland Healthcare System
  • 10 North Greene Street
  • Baltimore,MD, 21201


  • Weisman Kaplan House
  • 2521-2523 Maryland Avenue
  • Baltimore,MD, 21218


  • Glass Substance Abuse Program
  • 2490 Giles Road
  • Brooklyn,MD, 21225


  • Wise Treatment Center
  • 8801 Wise Avenue
  • Dundalk,MD, 21222


  • Glass Mental Health Foundation Inc
  • 2 West Aylesbury Road
  • Timonium,MD, 21093


  • Glass Substance Abuse Programs Inc
  • 2 West Aylesbury Road
  • Timonium,MD, 21093


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