Best Alcohol And Drug Rehab Centers In Bethesda, MD

Bethesda does not have any drug and alcohol addiction treatment centers. Instead, residents must go into nearby Washington, D.C. for outpatient treatment options. Medical detox and inpatient treatment services are available in nearby northern cities like Gaithersburg.

Bethesda, Maryland Alcohol And Drug Rehab Centers

Bethesda, Maryland is a suburb located outside of Washington, D.C. This area does not have a drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility.

However, there is one drug rehab center nearby in Washington, D.C., that provides outpatient services.

For more treatment options, be sure to view our list of the best alcohol rehab centers in Maryland.

Rehab Center Near Bethesda, Maryland

Below is a rehab center close to Bethesda, MD, that offers addiction treatment services.

This treatment center is included here because of its:

  • accreditation
  • state licensure

Aquila Recovery Clinic – Washington, D.C.

Aquila Recovery Clinic - Washington, D.C.

This alcohol and drug treatment center is accredited and focuses on outpatient services and recovery.

Trusted features:

  • Joint Commission accreditation
  • state licensure

Levels of care:

Treatment services:

  • family therapy
  • family support
  • family education
  • individual therapy
  • group therapy
  • 12-step recovery groups
  • relapse prevention

Payment options:

  • private health insurance
  • self-pay

Location and contact information:

5101 Wisconsin Ave. N.W.
Ste. 325
Washington, DC 20016
(202) 244-1600

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Updated on June 5, 2023

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