University of Maryland Center for Addiction Medicine
Telemedicine for Addiction Medicine
The Center for Addiction Medicine (CAM) offers telemedicine appointments for new and existing patients. To schedule a telemedicine appointment, please call 410-225-8240.
Read our COVID-19 Q&A that address limited access to health care for people struggling with addiction during the pandemic.
At the University of Maryland Medical Center Center Midtown Campus, our team of addiction specialists understand that addiction is a disease and treatment is a process.
The Center for Addiction Medicine (CAM) offers a full range of individualized programs to empower our patients in the fight against chemical and alcohol dependency. We facilitate quick intake, flexible appointments and rapid stabilization.
Our mission is to provide accessible, affordable treatment for substance use disorders in Baltimore City and the surrounding communities. Our team is committed to providing patients with the highest level of confidential and professional care.
We are committed to providing the most cost-effective and comprehensive care available for the treatment of chemical dependency in a confidential, courteous, professional and efficient manner.
- Detoxification - outpatient and inpatient
- Opioid treatment programs using methadone or buprenorphine
- Intensive outpatient counseling (IOP)
- Outpatient counseling (OP)
We provide individuals affected by substance use disorders with confidential, comprehensive therapy and treatment programs.
Detoxification from heroin, alcohol, OxyContin and benzodiazepines should always be done under medical supervision. Nausea, anxiety, seizure, hallucinations and high blood pressure can result from withdrawal. We use medications with daily medical monitoring to lessen or control these symptoms.
For opioid addiction, our medication-assisted treatment uses maintenance programs of methadone or buprenorphine, and we use naltrexone (Vivitrol) to assist in the treatment by acting as a blocker. We also offer monthly injections of naltrexone to help reduce craving in alcohol use disorder.
Our addiction counselors provide individual and group counseling, crisis counseling, 12-step methadone anonymous group, HIV/AIDS group, gender-specific groups and educational group.
Referrals and Appointments
We accept referrals from Parole and Probation, Department of Social Services, Child Protective Services, employee assistance programs (EAP), and others.
Please call 410-225-8240 for more information.
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