Residential Treatment

Tuerk House offers multiple levels of residential treatment, giving our patients a stepping-stone approach to success in their commitment to life-long recovery. With every step, patients learn how to apply recovery and self-care skills and build a social network that is supportive of their sobriety.

Locations

Tuerk House Main Campus
730 Ashburton Street
Baltimore, MD 21216

Weisman – Kaplan House
2523 Maryland Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21218

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Nilsson House for Women
5665 Purdue Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21239

Gwynn Oak House
5212 Gwynn Oak Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21207

Howard House
9876 Clarksville Pike Avenue
Ellicott City, MD 21044

Tuerk House offers 2 levels of residential treatment, giving our patients a stepping-stone approach to success in their commitment to life-long recovery. With every step, patients learn how to apply recovery and self-care skills and build a social network that is supportive of their sobriety.

Locations

Main Campus
730 Ashburton Street
Baltimore, MD 21216

Weisman – Kaplan House
2523 Maryland Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21218

Nilsson House for Women
5664 Purdue Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21239

Howard House
4100 College Avenue
Ellicott City, MD 21043

Medium-Intensity Residential Treatment

Designed for those who have completed detoxification and need a highly structured treatment environment to stay on the path to sobriety. 

  • 24/7 clinically managed care and support
  • Daily intensive individual and group counseling sessions
  • Ongoing case management for housing, employment , transportation and other wraparound needs
  • Specialized services for those who may require a more complex, time-intensive approach to care

Low-Intensity Residential Treatment

Designed for those who have completed detoxification and need a highly structured treatment environment to stay on the path to sobriety.

  • 24/7 living support and structure
  • At least 5 hours of clinical service per week
  • Counseling and in-house meetings to help residents re-learn essential life skills
  • Clinical, vocational, educational or community activities for limited periods of time outside the campus

What To Expect

Each day starts at 8:30 a.m. with a lecture that serves as the focus for treatment that day. The remainder of the day is devoted to small group therapy, case management, social skill development, social learning, individual sessions and self-help meetings. Each day also includes snack and meal times and leisure breaks. The treatment day concludes at 8:00 p.m.

Residential Treatment Center Photos