Drug and Alcohol Treatment Programs
Right Turn-IMPACT Treatment Center is CARF Accredited, State Licensed, MVA & Court Recognized. We provide State Licensed and other SAMHSA Sanctioned Recovery Services. Are you experiencing legal problems related to drug and/or alcohol abuse? Right Turn has an excellent rapport with the Maryland Judicial providing 30-Years of Court Recognized Jail-Alternative programs. Oftentimes Judges will credit offenders with time served at Right Turn. Legal Problems? Call Now 410-581-4900.
Early Intervention Program (EIP)
26- and 48-Week DUI Programs
12 Hour DUI Education Program
Are you ready for a new life?
A person doesn’t typically wake up one morning and say, “I think I’ll become a drug addict or alcoholic today.” In fact, most people won’t admit — or even realize — they’re caught up in addiction until the progression is well underway. For many people addiction builds slowly over time and realization doesn’t come until consequences begin to expose the unmanageability of their lives. Usually other people see it long before the addict does. Eventually consequences emerge that not even the addict can deny, at least not inwardly.
Outward consequences are things like relational difficulties with family and friends, job problems, legal issues, and often financial concerns. Inwardly, the consequences are just as severe: Emotional turmoil like depression and anxiety grows, physical well-being is adversely affected, and spiritual values like honesty, integrity, and truth-to-self suffers too.
These are all things that expose the reality that life has become unmanageable. It can be pretty amazing for outsiders looking in to see just how far the addict will let life spin out of control. The addict is often the last to realize, and certainly the last to admit, that he or she has fallen deep into the grips of addiction.
This is why the very first step towards recovery has to do with admission. “We admitted we were powerless over our addiction…” That “our lives had become unmanageable” is usually already evident by this point. But for us to admit this and our powerlessness over the beast of addiction, now that’s the watershed event — the very first and most essential step.
So do you have a problem with alcohol or other drugs? Are the signs of unmanageability evident to others? Are they evident to you? Then step one is to admit this. If you can admit it, there’s hope: You can live a life beyond your wildest dreams completely free from the chains and lies of addiction. Our drug and alcohol treatment programs are here to pull you out and lift you up again.
But the first way to win is to surrender. Winning and surrendering seem like mutually exclusive themes but when it comes to addiction, surrender is the only passage to freedom and newness of life. Ask yourself: Is this step relevant to me?
Our drug and alcohol treatment programs are designed to help people break free and find a new way of life.