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Frederick Maryland Drug Alcohol Rehab
Located less than an hour from Baltimore and Washington, D.C., along the shores of the Monocacy River, Frederick is surrounded by a unique blend of battle fields, orchards, and mountain views. Rich in history, Frederick is best known for its preserved 40-block historic district and multiple Civil War sites. As it has developed, the city has become a center for small manufacturing as well as agricultural trade. And, like many U.S. cities, Frederick’s economy also includes illicit drug trade. The presence of illegal substances, including fentanyl, have taken their toll on the local population. For the 12-month period ending March 2022, there were 61 drug overdose deaths in Frederick County.2 These tragedies demonstrate the current need for alcohol and drug rehab in Frederick, MD. Thankfully, you can choose between 50 facilities within 25 miles, granting you a variety of options for treatment settings and treatment types.

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If you’ll be traveling for addiction treatment in Frederick, MD, or visiting a loved one currently undergoing treatment at a Frederick drug and alcohol rehab, here are some valuable tips to guide your travel plans:


  1. [email protected], E. R. (2021, June 10). Police: Frederick’s opioid trends keep largely the same in 2021. The Frederick News-Post.
  2. Provisional County drug overdose deaths. (2022, October 11).
  3. [email protected], M. G. K. (2022, January 14). Frederick County overdoses decline 12%, but advocates say more work is to be done. The Frederick News-Post.
  4. S. County Opioid Dispensing Rates, 2020. (2022, October 7). CDC Injury Center.