Alcohol Treatment Centers Baltimore (443) 703-1613
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After years of decline, alcohol-related deaths in Baltimore have been trending upward since 2008. According to the Baltimore City Health Department, the number deaths involving alcohol rose by 29 percent between 2008 and 2009. One of the reasons for this increase is that more than 22.3 percent of Baltimore residents engaged in binge drinking in 2013 according to a report published by the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA). Alcohol Treatment Centers Baltimore helps hundreds of people who abuse alcohol every year by finding treatment centers that best suit an addict's needs. Despite these depressing statistics, there is hope if you have lost control of your drinking. Alcohol Treatment Centers Baltimore will guide you to a rehab you will feel comfortable at.
Many times people combine alcohol with street drugs, such as heroin or cocaine, or prescription drugs, such as Oxycodone, Ativan, or Ritalin. Unfortunately, mixing drugs and alcohol often leads to fatal results. Drug Treatment Programs are designed to help people with multiple substance abuse problems embrace the good things in life as they travel along the road to recovery. Contact Alcohol Treatment Centers Baltimore at (443) 703-1613 to let us help you find a treatment facility.
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Signs You or a Loved One Need Baltimore Alcohol Treatment Services
The main reason that alcohol addiction is so deadly is that dependence on alcohol develops gradually and people often do not notice the early warning signs of alcoholism. Another contributing factor is that our society finds it completely acceptable to drink a couple beers after work, sip wine at garden parties, or enjoy a few cocktails at happy hour. While some people can stop at one or two alcoholic beverages, others find they need "just one more drink." Since the symptoms of alcohol abuse and dependence vary from person to person, it is often difficult to tell if a friend or a family member has a drinking problem. Compounding the difficulty of identifying alcohol abuse and dependence is that many people addicted to alcohol deny their drinking is a problem. Often it takes a job loss, the breakup of a family, or legal problems for the alcoholic to admit their drinking is out of control. We encourage you to watch for these signs that you, a family member, or friend has developed an alcohol addiction:
- Difficulty remembering what happened when drinking
- Needing a drink in the morning
- Acting irritable or angry when questioned about alcohol use
- Hiding alcohol to be able to drink during the day
- Denying drinking when it is obvious the person is drunk
- Drinking five or more drinks at one time every two to three weeks
- Losing a job or failing school due to alcohol use
- Hands shaky the day after drinking
If you or a family member shows any or all of these signs of alcohol abuse and dependence. At Alcohol Treatment Centers Baltimore, we want to help you find a place you feel comfortable enrolling in to begin your recovery. Additionally, families and friends sometimes lash out in anger at addicts due to the impact their substance abuse has had on their lives. This leads the individuals with a substance abuse problem developing the misconception that they no longer deserve others to show them respect or compassion.
Living a Charmed Life of Sobriety in Baltimore MD
Located at the mouth of the Patapsco River on the shores the Chesapeake Bay, Baltimore is home to 2.7 million people who live in the city's 77 historic neighbors. While at one time the Port of Baltimore shipped goods from local factories and industries, today the port remains busy, but science, technology, engineering, and math professionals drive Baltimore's economy. The largest employers in the city are Johns Hopkins Medical Center and Johns Hopkins University. When people in Baltimore are not at work, they have plenty of things to do. Baltimore has a rich musical heritage as it was the home of the legendary jazz musician Eubie Blake and the Lady of the Blues, Billie Holliday. Classical music also has its place in Baltimore at the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and the Peabody Institute, which is the oldest music conservatory in the United States. Every year, Baltimore also hosts Artscape, the largest outdoor celebration of the arts in the country. Residents also enjoy nature's beauty at Baltimore's parks, which are some of the best in the country. During the fall, sports fans cheer the 2000 and 2012 Super Bowl Champions, the Baltimore Ravens. At one time Babe Ruth called Baltimore home and today, baseball fans enjoy the excitement the Baltimore Orioles games.
When you are ready to start your looking for treatment options, call Alcohol Treatment Centers Baltimore at (443) 703-1613.
Upcoming Baltimore AA & NA Meetings:
|AA Meeting||Address||Day and Time||Phone|
|Recovery Chasers||1111TowsonSt baltimore, MD 21230, Baltimore, MD 21230||Wed, 8:30 PM||(410) 675-7500|
|Reach & Teach Group||1114 North Mount Street, Baltimore, MD 21217||Wed, 1:00 PM||(410) 396-2204|
|Shot Tower||120 N. Front St, Baltimore, MD 21202||Sun, 4:00 PM||(410) 837-5424|
|Solo-Gibbs Recreation Center||1044 Leadenhalle Street, Baltimore, MD 21230||Mon, 7:00 PM||(410) 837-8172|