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Dayspring Village offers Substance Abuse Treatment services in Baltimore, MD

Dayspring Village is categorized as a Substance Abuse treatment facility, but may provide additional health care support.

For detailed questions about the health care provider at Dayspring Village , you may contact their Baltimore offices via phone at 410-563-3459 x100.

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Type of Opioid Treatment

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2019-01-13 17:17:23 via Google

I love Dayspring program so much this is a really good program they helped me in daughter getting our home that we're living in today. I love love love Dayspring! I make it my business to go there every week and try to give back to the new ladies. let them know what I've been through and when you get in your own house what's expected . If I can help them I try to do my best. Dayspring is a wonderful program for women with children.

Denise Ridley

2018-08-24 20:25:01 via Google

I love this program, they helped me to live life on life's terms. The house that was provided to me was in a great neighborhood and my kids loved the schools in the area. I have been drug free for 15 years and I thank Dayspring for showing me the way and giving me a second chance in life. I would recommend this program to anyone that needs a fresh start.

Blair Ross

2018-09-23 20:30:25 via Google

I jumped right on registration for my son while he was still 2...i was told it was one of the best programs in Baltimore city for early learning...and guess what...so far...so good...my baby boy comes home happy with new ideas,stories,work,and motivation everyday. Im 1 pleased mom. Wish i wasnt disabled...so i could volunteer...i would love to be a huge part of it all.

Caroline Wyscarver

2018-05-24 00:16:27 via Google

This placed saved my life. Just do what they ask and its easy. So helpful many resources for everything. Counselors are honest careing and go above and beyond. Great park a block away too.

Patrice Peeples

2018-02-28 20:44:41 via Google

I currently live in the Dayspring Village program and it definitely has its perks and its irks. It is an apartment based transitional shelter for women and children who are victims of domestic and substance abuse, and who have suffered from chronic homelessness.The services initially have a max stay time of 2 years. They provide staff and group supported environments and monthly team meetings to get mothers moving towards a successful transition into the community. Of course, there are your occasional disagreements and debates between expertise and experience, but overall, its a wonderful ending if you use it to your advantage.

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