Residential Drug Addiction Treatment in Maryland

Tranquility Woods offers residential treatment for clients struggling with alcohol and drug addiction. Our recovery program offers practical and actionable steps for lasting change.

We Treat Most Drug Addictions

Medically Managed Detox Available

24/7 Care and Support

Our Approach to Drug Addiction Treatment

Our comprehensive program takes an all-in approach to addiction treatment. We focus on holistic therapy, individual addiction, and mental health therapy supplemented with daily small-group therapies.

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Our facility is tucked away on over 40 acres of protected woodlands. Located 20 minutes from the heart of downtown Annapolis, MD.
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Dual Diagnosis Drug Treatment

We are experienced in treating most underlying mental health conditions and alcohol and substance abuse together.  We find this approach to be the most successful for lasting change.

We can treat most mental health concerns and symptoms, including but not limited to:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma
  • PTSD
  • Grief

Our Addiction Treatment Program Starts at 30 Days

Our residential addiction treatment program starts at 30 days, with options to extend up to 90 days.

Our comprehensive treatment program focuses on the underlying causes and conditions of alcohol and drug addiction.  We have noticed that alcohol and drugs are unhealthy solutions to underlying anxiety, stress, depression, trauma, and more.

Common Drugs We Can Detox and Treat

  • Alcohol
  • Cocaine
  • Amphetamines
  • Benzodiazepine
  • Opiates
  • Barbiturates
  • Suboxone/Subutex
  • Methadone (30mg and lower)

We Offer a Free Online Health Insurance Verification

Most of our clients use health insurance to cover the cost of our program. We can verify most health insurance policies in under 5 minutes. There is no commitment required to complete an insurance verification.
Online Insurance Verification

Mixing Alcohol with DEA Controlled Substances

Many controlled prescription medications have a clear warning not to mix with alcohol. Mixing these substances can have harmful and even fatal interactions.

Please inform our team of any controlled substances taken in addition to alcohol consumption so that our medical team can provide the best course of alcohol detoxification. Common medications mixed with alcohol include prescription opiates, benzodiazepine, Adderall, Ambien, and more.

Contact Our Admissions Team

410-442-6638

Have a question about our alcohol addiction program? Our knowledgeable on-site treatment consultants can help go over insurance, qualifications, and more.