To offer the most innovative, effective and intensive treatment services, in a comfortable, safe and family oriented environment.
The Damascus House, Inc. is a residential treatment facility, offering the structure and support services for men in the early stages of recovery from chemical dependency. Our mission is to provide intensive treatment services to men who have an honest desire to remain drug and substance free and who are motivated to maintain a productive, healthy lifestyle.
The Damascus House meets this mission by providing, and supporting, the delivery of the most affordable, efficient and effective services and by ensuring a consistently high quality of compassionate care.
The Damascus House supports male residents of the Baltimore City/County, Anne Arundel County and the greater metropolitan area, who are struggling with substance abuse. Our talented team of experts, working together, create a rigorous recovery plan for the men who are ready to begin the journey to freedom from substance abuse. It is our mission to provide such a beneficial recovery program to our residents, that they never feel the need to turn to their addiction again.
“I entered the Damascus House in May, 2000 and brought with me a 30 year history of drug abuse and numerous drug related incarcerations. During my time there, I finally learned to live life as a responsible human being and have not found it necessary to use drugs, be unemployed or homeless, nor a missing family member since then. Thank you Damascus House!” John W.
“I was 57 years old, locked up yet again, hopeless outlook on the future and sick from the absence of drugs. I pleaded into Drug Court and was ordered to the Damascus House. I followed directions, found a support system and paid attention for once in my life. I am now 3 years drug free, working and assuming responsibilities of a husband, father and grandfather. T.B.”
“I thought I was unlike all the others because I sniffed, instead of shooting heroin, I still had my home, not as many incarcerations and I dressed nicer. I didn’t take my Program seriously and went back out to lose everything that made me unique. After a year of unbelievable suffering and many more incarcerations, I was given the Grace to return to the Damascus House and because I wasn’t judged for my previous behaviors here, I am grateful and I am coming to believe. Gee”
“The Damascus House showed me what a healthy family looks like. Corey”
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