HARBEL Prevention & Recovery Center
HARBEL Prevention and Recovery Center is an outpatient substance abuse prevention and treatment center which serves adults and adolescents in Baltimore City. An emphasis is placed on primarily serving uninsured Baltimore City Residents.
HARBEL Prevention and Recovery Center's mission is to provide effective, high quality services to assist individuals on reducing and eliminating harmful involvement with substance abuse.
Services provided by HARBEL Prevention and Recovery Center include:
• Early intervention services for adolescents who are at risk of substance abuse.
Outpatient substance abuse treatment which includes:
• Individual and group counseling.
• Specialized services for adolescents, women, men, DUI/DWI offenders, men who have been involved in domestic violence incidents and persons with juvenile and criminal justice involvement.
• Breathalyzation and urinalysis as part of treatment.
• Outreach to schools to provide onsite adolescents substance abuse treatment services.
• Relapse prevention.
• After care.
HARBEL complies with all HIPPA regulations (will open in new window). All services are provided in a confidential manner.
Services are available on a sliding scale basis, based on household income. No one is denied service because of inability to pay. Services are only available to Baltimore City (uninsured) residents.
Referrals from schools, employers, friends, family members, and others are welcomed.
Appointments are required. Please call 410.444.2100 and schedule an appointment.
If you have any questions or want to support the HARBEL Prevention and Recovery Center, call 410.444.2100.
Have you ever wondered if you drink too much? Here is a link to an online test you can take to learn more about problem drinking. If you are concerned about your drinking or other drug use, HARBEL Prevention and Recovery staff can provide assistance to help you enter treatment. http://www.alcoholscreening.org/Get-Help.aspx
The Power of Addiction, blog post from The Spectator, Coffee House
The only way to help addicts is to treat them as sick, not bad