Grace House

Serving Maryland

Level 3.1 Low Intensity Treatment Home For Adult Males With Substance Use Disorder



Residential-Level 3.1 and Outpatient Counseling for Substance Use Disorder

  • Substance Use Disorder Assessment

    • Grace House will conduct an assessment to evaluate services and level of care necessary for clients, resulting in an individualized person-centered plan.

  • Individual and Group Substance Use Disorder Counseling:

    • Evidence based practices being used include Cognitive Behavioral Counseling, Motivational Interviewing, Patient-Centered Counseling, and 12 Step Theories.  A variety of treatment methodologies are applied and include group and individual counseling for substance use disorder, psychoeducational sessions, vocational and job readiness sessions, and community-based support groups.

    • Individual and group sessions will be offered at 60-90 minute sessions throughout the week to meet the individual needs of the client with the ultimate goal to transition to independent living.

      • Grace House offers a comprehensive system of care, including recovery skills, relapse prevention, emotional coping skills, life skills, and reintegration into the community, along with coordination of wraparound services.

  • Grace House also offers:
  • Life Skills Trainings – finance, housing, parenting, cooking, cleaning
  • Drug testing
  • Grace House will provide service to the Western Maryland Consortium program for continued education including GED and/or trade school, as well as partner with the WMC for workforce development
  • Job training including resume writing and mock interviewing workshops
  • Referral Assistance for medical, dental, mental health, insurance, food stamps, other resources (wraparound services)
  • Physical Health & Wellness – gym memberships, fun weekly outings, gardening/landscaping jobs
  • Religious/Spiritual Wellness – church services and/or other spiritual components
  • Holistic and Experiential Therapies – art, music, and yoga/relaxation to promote self-soothing techniques, substituting negative behaviors associated with Substance Use Disorder (SUD)

    AA/NA Resources:
  • Maryland AA/ Find a Meeting
  • Hagerstown Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Narcotics Anonymous
  • Nar-Anon Family Groups
  • Al-Anon Family Groups

Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc., Narcotics Anonymous, Inc., Al-Anon Family Groups and Nar-Anon Family Groups have not approved, endorsed or reviewed this website, and the ability to link to the websites listed above does not imply otherwise.

Maryland Crisis Hotline SUD Services

Call 1-800-422-0009 for Help!

Maryland’s Crisis Hotline is available 24/7 to provide support, guidance and assistance on how to access SUD services, in addition to the current information about naloxone, recovery support and family services as available/appropriate in the individual’s local area.