Helping Up Mission

1029 East Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

Baltimore, Maryland

About Helping Up Mission

Helping Up Mission is located in Baltimore, Maryland, and offers a spiritually guided path to recovery for men and women struggling with homelessness, mental health issues, substance abuse and addiction. Helping Up Mission is an ideal choice for individuals for whom faith plays a pivotal role in life. Offering its addiction treatment services for free, this is a great option for those without the means to pay for private care, facing financial troubles, or without insurance.

They provide holistic care that attends to both the practical needs —shelter, food, clothing— of its clients, as well as supporting clinical, mental health, medical, education and vocational needs. It does this by offering respective men’s and women’s long term recovery programs which feature nourishing meals, a room of one’s own, clean clothes and toiletries, as well as a supportive community, spiritual guidance, mental health and substance abuse services, and case management.

The women’s program also enables children of 0-3 years to stay with their mothers, with childcare necessities also covered. For this reason, single parents and mothers shouldn’t feel deterred from the path to recovery.

Helping Up Mission’s flagship Spiritual Recovery Program provides a structured journey to recovery that takes individuals through four unique phases. Each step is designed to nurture and offer and achievable trajectory for clients in addiction recovery. The program combines long term residential programs based on 12 Step models and holistic care and spiritual support including Bible studies and chapel, art therapy, counseling, support groups, and more as part of a personalized recovery plan.

Individuals also have access to life skills education to prepare them for reentry into daily life. Clients receive work therapy assignments accounting for nearly 40 hours of their week, giving them responsibility and autonomy over key elements of their routine, and helping them develop work ethic, job skills, self respect, and more for a sustainable recovery.


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Art Therapy

Art and music are mediums that connect with our feelings, making them a great recovery tool during addiction t...reatment. Studies show that combining art/music and drug rehab can have a greater therapeutic impact than drug rehab alone, as you’re able to access parts of your brain and body that you may not have access to during traditional talk therapy. Benefits of art/music therapy include lowering stress and anxiety, promoting healthy neurochemicals, and providing stress relief.
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Music Room

Music can be extremely therapeutic, serving as a valuable healing tool and an integrative feature of a holisti...c treatment plan. A music room offers a large number of outlets, including singing, playing musical instruments, and listening to music.
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Private Transportation

Transportation services are designed to ensure your addiction treatment begins and ends successfully by free transportation to the rehab facility, to and from your appointments during rehab, and back home upon program completion.
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Rec Room & Activities

Recreational therapy uniquely combines therapeutic interventions with an activity, like horse-riding, hiking, ...wilderness therapy, basketball, tennis, or a full workout. Benefits of recreational therapy include providing a healthy way to work through the emotions of recovery, learning to build and maintain relationships, improving communication skills, and building self-esteem.
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Addiction Treatment Programs

Adult Program Alcoholism Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Men's Rehab Rehab For Veterans Senior Drug & Alcohol Rehab

Adult Program

A typical adult program in Maryland offers a private setting for rehabilitation from alcohol or drugs. Treatment often includes group therapy, individual counseling, and family support and may occur in a residential facility or through outpatient care.


If you desire to discontinue alcohol use, alcohol rehab in Maryland can help. Through detox, counseling, and aftercare, these programs can help you break free from alcohol dependence.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapists use multiple exercises during cognitive behavioral therapy in Maryland. A combination of imagery-based exposure, behavioral experiments, and thought records can provide effective treatment for addiction and co-occurring disorders.

Men's Rehab

Men’s rehab in Maryland helps men recover from substance use disorders and start rebuilding their lives. Therapies focus on men only and their unique needs.

Rehab For Veterans

Veteran’s rehab in Maryland can help with a variety of addiction and related disorders. Treatment is available for alcohol use disorder, drug use disorder, PTSD, depression, and anxiety.

Senior Drug & Alcohol Rehab

Through elderly rehab in Maryland, seniors can find the help they need to overcome addiction. These age-specific rehab programs address substance use disorders, dual diagnosis, and age-related challenges.

Levels of Care


Detox & MAT

Maryland drug rehabs often start with detox. During this initial step, your body will be cleansed of all addic...tive substances. You’ll remain under constant supervision and may receive medication to alleviate withdrawal symptoms.
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Inpatient Rehab

The most intensive level of care is known as inpatient rehab. It involves living at the facility until you fin...ish your program, receiving extensive individual and group addiction counseling, recovery-focused life skills training, and complementary therapies.
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Aftercare & Alumni Program

Addiction challenges don’t end after rehab. To maintain good health and sobriety, you’ll need to continue manage your addiction. Aftercare rehab in Maryland helps you by providing continued access to specialists, counselors, and life coaches for as long as you need them.
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Dual Diagnosis & Mental Health

If you have both a mental health and substance use disorder, these cannot be treated independently. They inter...act, so the treatment must be integrated. Dual diagnosis treatment in Maryland is designed to treat both co-occurring disorders.
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Sober Living

A Maryland sober living home is appropriate for those who want to abstain from drugs and alcohol but need a level of accountability. If you don’t have strong support at home or have been resistant to treatment in the past, this structured environment can provide the support you need to maintain sobriety in the first few months of recovery.
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payment-plan icon Payment Plans & Financing

For those who are underinsured or uninsured, paying the total cost of a rehab program up front is not feasible.... Fortunately, many alcohol and drug rehabs make financing available to potential clients through private loans, in-house payment plans, or partner lenders. You can choose a finance package that lets you start treatment immediately and pay for it later.
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Most states offer free alcohol and drug rehabs through public mental health and addiction treatment centers. T...hese centers often provide detox, intensive outpatient programs (IOPs), residential treatment, partial hospitalization programs (PHPs), and support groups. You must meet certain requirements in order to qualify for free alcohol and drug rehabs, such as lack of income and insurance.
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1029 East Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

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