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1Residential Recovery Program

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.

New Life – We believe that  true life transformation is not only possible but promised in the redeeming power found in Jesus Christ.

New Hope – The Truth is that even in the wake of the destruction and despair of addiction, nothing is too hard for God, and each person, created in the image of God, is the object of His extravagant love.

02Food Program

A variety of fresh  and non-perishable foods, frozen meats and other household food items are available for participants to choose from at our pantry.  We typically serve 25 households each day and provide an average of 125 lbs. of food per family. Carroll County residents in need are eligible for our food program.  Please call 410-871-4621 to inquire about an application or to make an appointment.

As participants in the Feeding America program, we collect surplus food from over 40 local stores and restaurants and re-distribute it to other providers in the community, including some Carroll County School food pantries, area church pantries, senior citizen centers and others.

Open Monday - Friday

9:00 am - 12:00 pm; 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Please call 410-871-4621 and ask for Shirley to make an appointment.

03Work Therapy

The life of the Mission is characterized by the clients working together to maintain the facility and participate directly in serving others through the Mission’s community assistance ministries.  Each man is assigned to a Work Station on the campus, at The Mission Store or in the Food Pantry.


The ministry of the Addiction Healing Center is supported in part by revenues generated through The Mission Store located on our main campus.  The store provides opportunities for bargain shopping for our community while at the same time giving the men in our Recovery Program the chance to learn skills and serve the public.  Clients contribute to the operations in the areas of receiving and sorting donations, working with customers in the stores and pick-up and delivery of donations and purchases.

Food Distribution:

The Addiction Healing Center collects and redistributes 1,000,000 pounds of surplus food annually.
Clients assigned to this Work Station serve in a variety of ways:
  • Collecting food six-days per week from 40+ retail food partners
  • Intake, sorting and weighing food for redistribution to 30+ food resource partners that help feed the hungry in Carroll County
  • Stocking the shelves at the Sparrow’s Nest food pantry, WRM on-site pantry
  • Assisting food pantry clients during their monthly visits
  • Assisting with three monthly neighborhood outreach food distribution events that serve low-income neighborhoods for residents who typically do not have a means of transportation to come to the on-site pantry.

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