The Samaritan House Campus of Recovery, housed on 13 wooded acres in a secluded pocket of Annapolis, MD, is a tranquil oasis in the midst of a bustling urban area.
Just minutes from downtown, the Samaritan House is tucked off the main thoroughfare of Annapolis’ Forest Drive, down a quiet, winding, tree-lined road.
This serene location fosters a sense of focus for clients to participate in individual and group counseling, relapse prevention and life- skills training under the guidance of professionally trained staff.
The main Samaritan House can accommodate fourteen residents. The Samaritan Recovery Center House provides beds for sixteen residents. Two transitional houses on the property can accommodate a total of 18 men who have completed the program who need temporary housing as they re-establish their lives in the community. Basketball & volleyball courts, picnic tables, garden, recreational room and large outdoor pavilion encourage activity and fellowship.