About Treatment Center
Located in Baltimore, Maryland, Jewish Community Services offers treatment for Addiction, Alcohol Abuse and Drug Abuse. Our mission at Jewish Community Services 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 Jewish Community Services, 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
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- Most Insurances
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JCS Baltimore is filled with caring, hard-working people who are willing to go the extra mile to help people with career, education, family, and financial issues. They are compassionate and knowledgeable. In Owings Mills, they're open on Sundays. So, so grateful that JCS exists for anyone who cares to use their services. Can they work miracles? No...but they come close!
Wendy Leibowitz, 7 months ago
I loved doing the WOWI job assessment and learned a lot about my career options. The coach gave me a great analysis. The Career Center is awesome!
Cass Bernstein, 7 months ago
Jcs is not very helpful. They only help you if you get a job through them, if you get a job some other way they make your life hell. They keep calling you to see you about your new job, really they want to convince you to get another job through them.
Stephanie Himelfarb, 1 year ago