Adult Recovery Services (CORE)

CORE activities at All Saints Episcopal Church and Frederick Community Action Agency are open to the public Monday- Friday 8:30 am - 12:00 pm.

Please check our page for further updates. If you have any questions please call (240) 566 – 6111.

In recognition of National Recovery Month this September 2021, BHS will be having an online community event.

Each September we celebrate our strong and proud recovery community for National Recovery Month. Our families are frequently a large part of the recovery process. In an effort to reduce the risk of transmission of Covid-19, this year we invite you and your families to take part in our virtual celebration. Please join us for two family friendly virtual events that allow all that are a part of the recovery process to celebrate recovery!   

SEPTEMBER 17, 2021: A night of celebration, remembrance, and fellowship. 6:30-8pm

  • People in recovery sharing their stories.
  • Recovery story told by Susan Gordon.
  • Special presentation remembering those that lost their lives to overdose in the last year.

Join here

SEPTEMBER 18, 2021: A day of fun and competition playing online trivia! 1-2pm

  • Registered teams will compete in a recovery trivia game virtually.
  • Prizes for teams placing 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.

Join here

Community Organized Recovery Efforts (CORE) Recovery Center

The Recovery Center is a recovery community organization that offers a variety of supports to those in recovery.  Those who participate can expect to experience recovery related activities such as peer-led recovery discussion groups, wellness and life-skills classes, wellness and recovery planning groups, art classes and sober social activities.  

Community-Based Peer Support

Peer support is provided by persons with lived experience of addiction and sustained recovery. Peers can help with linkage to behavioral health treatment, housing, medical care, employment, peer-led self-help groups, overdose response training, recovery coaching, telephone recovery support and other recovery supportive services identified by the program participant.  Peer support is embedded in:

  • Frederick Memorial Hospital
  • Parole and Probation
  • Drug Court
  • Frederick County Adult Detention Center
  • Frederick Police Department
  • Frederick Community Action Agency
  • Way Station, Inc. 

Family and Community Support for Substance Use

Have you lost someone you love to overdose? Does anyone in you family struggle with addiction? Do you struggle with addiction and would like help? Support is available. Find local resources here

Support services offered include peer support. grief support, emotional support, educational materials, family support groups, and substance abuse treatment.

Recovery Coach Academy

Check our calendar for dates.


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Contact Us

  1. 301-600-1755