HARBEL Prevention & Recovery Center

**IMPORTANT INFORMATION - PLEASE READ THOROUGHLY**
Please note that HARBEL Prevention and Recovery Center will enter Phase 2 of reopening on Monday, July 6, 2020 (Phase 1 allowed in-person intakes and individual sessions). Normal business hours will resume and intakes, individual sessions, IOP groups, and therapy groups will be conducted in-person with appropriate hygiene and social distancing measures in place. Education groups will continue to take place virtually only. Clients also have the option to participate in individual sessions virtually if they choose (audio AND video required).

ALL individuals entering the building will continue to be REQUIRED to wear a facial mask or covering while in the building. Client temperatures will be screened when entering the building as well (using a no-contact method). Any clients that have had COVID related symptoms or exposure will need medical clearance to enter the building. We also strongly recommend any client returning from national or international travel self-quarantine for 14 days prior to entering the building.

Effective 7/6/2020 our office hours will be:
Monday through Thursday: 9:00am - 9:00pm
Fridays: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Saturdays: 9:00am - 3:00pm

Please note - until we enter Phase 2 on 7/6/2020, clients are only permitted in the building for scheduled individual sessions, urinalysis, and payments. Clients may access the building for urinalysis and payments on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays between 10:00am and 2:00pm, and Wednesdays between 9:00am and 7:00pm only.

Those needing crisis assistance outside of our current operating hours should call 911 (for true emergencies), contact 211, their local crisis response team, or go to the nearest emergency room.




HARBEL Prevention and Recovery Center is an outpatient substance abuse prevention and treatment center serving adults and adolescents in the Baltimore Metropolitan area. Medicaid, Medicare, and some private insurances are accepted. HARBEL is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC). HARBEL is also certified by the Governor’s Family Council to provide abuser intervention and victim outreach services.

HARBEL Prevention and Recovery Center's mission is to provide effective, high quality services to assist individuals in reducing and eliminating harmful involvement with substance abuse. For those involved in our Abuser Intervention program, HARBEL’s mission further seeks to assist those individuals in reducing and eliminating harmful involvement in intimate partner violence.

Treatment Services provided include:

  • • Specialized substance abuse treatment, prevention, and support services for adults and adolescents.
  • • Individual and group counseling including Standard Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient (IOP).
  • • Men’s and Women’s Seeking Safety trauma and substance abuse focused therapy group.
  • • DUI/DWI 12-week education group
  • • Anger management.
  • • Abuser Intervention for male and female perpetrators of intimate partner violence (IPV).
  • • Victim outreach services.
  • • Alcohol and drug screenings included in treatment.
  • • Outreach to schools to provide onsite substance abuse treatment and prevention services.
  • • Early intervention services for adolescents who are at risk of substance abuse.
  • • Relapse prevention.
  • • After care and continuing care services.
  • • Peer case management and support services.
All treatment services are provided with strict adherence to HIPAA regulations (download PDF). Referrals from schools, employers, friends, family members, and others are welcome. Appointments are required. Please call 410.444.2100 to schedule an appointment. If you have any questions or want to support the HARBEL Prevention and Recovery Center, please call 410.444.2100. Additional Resources:


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Behavioral Health Systems Baltimore
HPRC client, Tamnika J., shares her story of hope.

University of Maryland School of Social Work Receives Grant • January 2019
New Federal Grant to Help Youth and Young Adults Using Substances and Experiencing Homelessness in Baltimore. Download PDF.

Have you ever wondered if you drink too much? Here is a link to an online test you can take to learn more about problem drinking. If you are concerned about your drinking or other drug use, HARBEL Prevention and Recovery staff can provide assistance to help you enter treatment. http://www.alcoholscreening.org/Get-Help.aspx

The Power of Addiction, blog post from The Spectator, Coffee House
The only way to help addicts is to treat them as sick, not bad.


HARBEL Prevention and Recovery Center is now listed on the Psychology Today website! Click here to visit. This will make it easier for people to find us if they are searching the internet! If you are familiar with HARBEL's phone number, you may notice that the one on the Psychology Today website is different- this is because they use a virtual number to prevent spam calls, but the call will still be forwarded to us at 410-444-2100. HARBEL Prevention and Recovery Center can now be found by anyone who goes to the Psychology today website and searches for information about therapists who provide addictions and in the zip codes we most commonly serve!