The Samaritan House Campus of Recovery, housed on 16 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 has two residential halls that can accommodate 28 residents. Two transitional houses on the property can accommodate a total of 20 men who have completed the program who need temporary housing as they re-establish their lives in the community. A basketball court, picnic tables, garden space, recreational room and large outdoor pavilion encourage activity and fellowship.