Hudson Health Services
Hudson Health Services, Inc. a private, non-profit organization based on Maryland’s Eastern Shore in the city of Salisbury. Accredited by The Joint Commission, we offer Residential Substance Abuse Treatment, including Detoxification, to residents of the Delmarva Peninsula, the state of Maryland, and throughout the greater Mid-Atlantic region. Hudson Health Services, Inc. treats adult men and women over the age of 18, as well as their families, who have been affected by drugs and alcohol.
PO Box 1096
Salisbury, MD 21802
J. David Collins and Associates, LLC
Providing individual, couples and family counseling.
Treatment specialization includes:
Addiction & Recovery
Therapy for Depression and Anxiety
Work and Career issues
Acute Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Clincal Case Management
Clinical Supervision for new professionals
We work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues providing services that span from addictions treatment, therapy for depression and grief counseling to work and career issues, trauma and beyond. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, we offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each of our clients individual needs to help attain the personal growth they’re striving for.
540 Riverside Dr
Salisbury, MD 21801
- Addiction Treatment
- Therapy Services
Project O.U.T., Inc.
Project O.U.T., Inc. (Opportunities to Uplift your Tomorrow) is an innovative, multi-year residential program that enables substance abusers to be productive and recovering individuals. Major components include: dynamic therapeutic treatments, work-based vocational training, higher education, interpersonal skills development, team building, peer mentoring and cohort support that encourages personal accountability and responsibility.
Governor Hogan declared a "State of Emergency in Maryland" with regard to the opioid crisis. Across the country, more than 52,000 people died of a drug overdose in 2015, roughly two-thirds of whom had used prescription opioids like OxyContin or Vicodin or illegal drugs like heroin, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Those overdoses have jumped 33 percent in the past five years alone, with some states reporting the death toll had doubled or more. (U. S. News & World Report, March 1, 2017)
Governor Hogan also stated that Maryland has a need for more in-patient and out-patient facilities to treat people with substance abuse issues. He further acknowledged that a shortage of health care professionals exists. This is especially true for the Eastern Shore of Maryland. According to B.E.A.C.O.N.. the Eastern Shore loses $1.2 billion annually as a result of illicit drug use. This includes a lack of "qualified treatment professionals" and "insufficient capacity at both inpatient and outpatient treatment facilities."
The combined total of financial resources allocated to deal with illicit drug abuse does not account for the toll due to the loss of life, devastation to families and missed opportunity. What is the value attributable for the loss of life suffered by a family or its true impact on the larger community?
Project O.U.T., Inc., a local, 501(c)3 organization is launching a far-reaching fund-raising campaign to address Governor Hogan's "State of Emergency" call and offer solutions to take action against the opioid and alcohol addition epidemic in our local community.
PO Box 1561
Salisbury, MD 21802-1561
- Addiction Treatment