Our CARF accredited recovery program provides ASAM 3.1 level of care. It is a highly structured 9 month residential program that is licensed by the Maryland Behavioral Health Administration. The men in the program participate in a faith-based recovery curriculum, spend six hours per day/six days per week in work therapy which prepares them with soft and hard workforce development skills, receive group and individual mental health and addictions counseling, and are provided case management services. Throughout the experience at the Mission, the men are encouraged to participate in a local church, attend 12 step meetings on campus and in the community, and keep their focus on the vision for a future that God has purposed for them.
Support from our generous donors provides the funding needed to keep our programs running!
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The Mission’s annual events bring our community together and help raise funds to support our programs. Learn how you can volunteer or participate in these events and show your support for the Mission!
In April 2019, a CARF Three-Year accreditation was awarded to the Addiction Healing Center at WRM. For over 50 years, WRM has existed to help those in the battle against addiction. Men who desire freedom from addiction and life in Christ are encouraged to call our Peer Recovery Coordinators at (410) 848-2222. Starting in early 2020, women will be admitted into the program.
“I remember the day I came to the Mission like it was yesterday. I didn’t know what to expect, but I knew I needed help. What I got was a change of heart.”
We encourage you to visit the Westminster Rescue Mission. You will have the opportunity to see first hand what your involvement is doing to change lives.