Description: The Washington County Health Department, Division of Behavioral Health Services, Jail Substance Abuse Program (JSAP) is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). CARF International is an independent, nonprofit agency providing accreditation services worldwide in the field of health and human services. JSAP is also certified by the State of Maryland Department of Health, Office of Health Care Quality. The Maryland Office of Health Care Quality certifies the outpatient program to provide American Society of Addiction Medicine Level I.
The program provides daytime groups and individual sessions for adults. Counselors refer persons served to a community provider of their choice to continue with substance use treatment, including pharmacotherapy as needed, following release from incarceration.
Other programs offered by the Washington County Health Department at the detention center include the TAMAR program (Trauma, Addiction, Mental Health and Recovery) and anger management.
Eligibility requirements: Adult male and female individuals incarcerated at the Washington County Detention Center
Cost: No charge for services. Program is funded through the Behavioral Health Administration.
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