The process of recovery is highly personal and occurs via many pathways. It may include clinical treatment, medications, faith-based approaches, peer support, family support, self-care and others.

Recovery/Peer Support

Alcoholics Anonymous meetings: 410-822-4226

Narcotics Anonymous meetings:

Al-Anon meetings:

Nar-Anon meetings:

Dri Dock Recovery and Wellness Center, Cambridge: 410-228-3230

Recovery in Motion, Kent County Behavioral Health: 410-778-5895

Chesapeake Voyagers, Easton: 410-822-1601

Alano Club, Chestertown: 410-778-0533

Mid-Shore Restoring Hope in Women, Ridgely: 410-310-9842

Celebrate Recovery 410-924-4013


Recovery Housing

For availability and assistance locating recovery houses on the Mid-Shore, please contact your local health department’s addiction program.

Dorchester County Addictions Program: 410-228-7714

Talbot County Addictions Program: 410-819-5600

Caroline County Behavioral Health: 410-479-1882

Kent County Behavioral Health Addictions: 410-778-2616

Queen Anne’s County: 410-758-1306