For appointments, please call our intake and referral office at 410.225.5452.
We are available and scheduling intake appointments Monday through Friday, 7:30am – 4:00pm.
MedMark Treatment Centers provides opiate addiction treatment for individuals in Baltimore, Maryland in a comfortable, outpatient clinic setting. Our evidence-based treatment program offers methadone maintenance with a focus on substance abuse counseling services to provide the highest success rates possible. Our ultimate goal is to address the physical, emotional, and mental aspects of opioid use disorder to help each of our patients achieve long-term recovery and an improved quality of life.
When you schedule an intake appointment at one of our clinics in the greater Baltimore, MD area, you’ll receive individualized attention as we discuss your treatment options and determine which of our services are best suited to assist you in your recovery process. To ensure all of your needs are met, we can provide referrals to community resources for any other related services you may need outside of the counseling and methadone treatment services available at our clinic.
MedMark’s outpatient clinics, located in and around Baltimore, MD, provide residents throughout the region with convenient access to our services. Contact MedMark Treatment Centers today for more information on our opiate addiction treatment program and to locate a methadone clinic near you. Our CARF (Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities)-certified methadone maintenance program helps countless patients gain back control over their lives.
As part of your opiate addiction treatment program at MedMark, you’ll have access to the following services at our clinic:
We combine these services to give you the tools you need to stay on the path to a drug-free life. Every patient has a personalized treatment plan suited to their needs.
At MedMark Downtown Baltimore, we specialize in medication-assisted treatment (MAT) programs. When you take part in MAT, you’ll take medicine that relieves your withdrawal symptoms. Our MAT programs act as the foundation for the rest of the services we offer.
MAT involves a combination of medication and therapy to address the physical and emotional aspects of addiction. Your medicine will satisfy your brain’s need for opioids so that you feel fewer cravings and withdrawal effects. It will also block the euphoria that comes from other opiates to help you stay away from them. In therapy, you’ll work with your therapist to determine treatment goals, learn how to manage the triggers that give you the urge to use and find their underlying causes.
You and your doctor or nurse will decide on one of two medications — methadone or buprenorphine. Methadone treatment requires more clinic visits than buprenorphine, but it can treat severe symptoms. Meanwhile, buprenorphine requires fewer appointments and works for moderate symptoms.
Our Baltimore Downtown programs are located in the University of Maryland Midtown Campus Professional Building and are easily accessed by Light Rail (Centre Street), Metro Subway (State Center / Cultural Center), Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, and the following BaltimoreLink Bus Routes:
Every patient who requests our services has an intake appointment where we develop a treatment plan. You’ll have a clinical and medical intake that lets us understand all parts of your addiction. We’ll work together with you to make a care strategy that suits your needs and situation. After we create your treatment plan, we can schedule further appointments for services.
You can schedule an appointment at our clinic by contacting our office. Let us find a date and time that works for your schedule — use our online form or to call us at 410.225.9185 to book an intake or ask us any questions.
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