About Treatment Center
Located in Baltimore, Maryland, Dayspring Village offers treatment for Addiction, Alcohol Abuse and Drug Abuse. Our mission at Dayspring Village is to be the leading provider of quality care for addiction treatment in the country. In these treatment plans, we teach our patients to develop coping skills, identify relapse triggers, and rebuild their sense of self-worth and confidence. It’s within these coping skills that will ensure the success of an addict’s recovery, since they will be utilizing them both during treatment and once they return home after treatment is over. At Dayspring Village, we believe that everyone has the ability to recover from their addiction, despite how severe their addiction may be. We strive to do everything in our power to show our patients that they can succeed in every facet of their life, not just in treatment. We are here to help break the cycle of addiction so that our patients can live the life that they deserve.
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Medicaid, Visa.
- Most Insurances
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Great Program,Clean Well Structured Yet Strict. But If You're Serious About Life Your Child And Recovery Give It A Shot,if You Still Dippin&Dabbin Don't Waste These Good Folks Time. Was Excepted Into The Program But Turned It Down After I Did All The Footwork😣. I Had Other Options!
martika lake, 21 days ago
This place does excellent work providing transitional housing to women with children. The First UU Church of Baltimore has worked to create a garden behind the building and I have been there many times to help with that. This is a really great place!
Vaughan Wimberley, 4 months ago
Helps Women n children Transition to independence ☺❤
Paula Blackwell, 4 months ago
My main job
Anthony Mitchell, 8 months ago
My son goes to school here.. Very clean staff is nice
a kay, 8 months ago
Great place offering blessings and services to needy addicts and their families. They change lives an offer second chances
Stephen Adewunmi, 9 months ago
Niecy Jay, 11 months ago