About Treatment Center
At Helping Up Mission located in beautiful Baltimore, Maryland, we offer customized treatment plans tailored to fit the needs of our patients. Our main goal is to treat chronic addiction, as well as any underlying psychological disorders that may have aided in an addict’s initial substance abuse problem. Our caring staff of addiction specialists are dedicated towards the recovery of every patient. At Helping Up Mission, we offer a peaceful, relaxing environment for the patient so that they can focus on their recovery with a positive attitude. We combine both holistic and traditional treatment methods to create the most effective treatment plan possible based on the patients’ unique needs. We accept Medicaid and Most Insurances and other insurances. At Helping Up Mission, we truly care about each and every person that walks through our doors. We want our patients to succeed in every aspect of their lives, and it all starts with the right addiction treatment.
- 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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Reorienting lives. Saving souls. I am thankful for the gift of HUM.
Christopher Watson, 1 month ago
Smartest thing I have ever done was coming here 7 months ago. I'm still here, still clean, and my only regret is that I didn't come sooner. Amazing place (and I've been to many), highly recommend.
Ken Nordhoff, 1 month ago
If you have love one in need of real caring help this the best place for them.
Patricia Lamb, 5 months ago
This place is good for spiritual recovery, is a nice place to binging a new life of living out off any addiction.
Alexander Barahona, 6 months ago
IIIt lives up to its title, HUM, they helped me up when I was mentally, emotionally and spiritually on my knees.😢 We are educated by caring ,loving and highly educated staff members, success does not come easy here, it requires self persiverance and integrity, something I had lost in my lifes journey, however is being restored here. I pay for nothing here, but have realized my price for admission was devasting through my active alcholism! Iam not ashamed to call this my home, I walk with my head high, I speak humbly not boastfully and realize God is doing for me what I could not do for myself.I belong to AA and they suggest 90 meetings in 90 days, I am a proudful soon to be alumni of Conerstone, an IOP program offered here, I did the math one day and realized, I have attended between 750 to 900 appointments in 6 months. We do some work here. Our daily requirements provide us with structure to face life in society, to obey rules here and the laws of the land, I could go on much longer about this ,as I refer to it, spiritual ACADEMY, as I breathe each breath it is one I believe that God through the staff and fellowship of fellow clients here help me achieve my goals and given me another breath and chance at life, God love and bless the HUM
Richard Plona, 1 year ago
I am at the HUM, veteran in need, and have received the help I did not know was out there for me. I have been given an opportunity to continue to meet my goals. Homelessness is such an epidemic! Thank you HUM.
Manuel Alvarado, 2 years ago
best recovery house i have been to. great people on both sides of the spectrum (staff & clients)!!!
Ben Leurck, 2 years ago
I was not expecting to feel so safe, so clean and so surrounded by men of dignity and character at a homeless mission. After my initial visit I made arrangements to come back with my husband and children (and others from our small group) so we could all get involved in bringing hope back to the group of men, who at one time were off course but thanks to the quality and extremely high standards of Helping Up Mission they are back or pointed back on track. This place is full of love, compassion and models the church in action. You can get involved by serving, donating, praying or go for the love and engagement you need to get your life back on track.
Charlotte Ramsey Chaney, 3 years ago