Tour Fayette House

Are you an adult male or female who is suffering from an addiction disorder and in need of housing and support services to help you focus on your recovery?

Or are you a referral source working on behalf of your clients who need a safe, secure, and conveniently located treatment center that provides a stable environment and top-notch services to assist with their treatment?

Consider CMDS' Fayette House, a newly renovated residential treatment center in two convenient Baltimore-area locations that offers caring staff, exceptional amenities, and a wide array of support services and programs designed to help members who are staying there focus fully on recovery.

Resident Accommodations and Amenities

Fayette House has been renovated from top to bottom and features new, clean, and state-of-the-art amenities, including:

  • New beds with lockable private storage and high-quality linens.
  • Brand new heating and air conditioning units in all rooms.
  • Chef-prepared and hot gourmet meals served three times daily.
  • New bathrooms and showers on each floor.
  • Fully-equipped gym.
  • Ping-pong table.
  • Outside basketball court.
  • Free and new washers and dryers.
  • TVs in all common areas (dining room, gym, and living area).
  • Rides in new vehicles to and from all appointments.
  • Personal care items provided.
  • 24-hour care and security staff.
  • Ample parking.

Comprehensive Services* and Programs

Members staying at Fayette House are offered a wide array of support services and programs designed to assist in their recovery from substance use disorders, including:

  • A personalized treatment approach focused squarely on the individual's goals.
  • All levels of residential care -- ASAM 3.1, 3.3, 3.5, and 3.7 (Level 3.7 coming soon).
  • Mental health services onsite, with psychiatrists on call for any necessary prescriptions.
  • Intervention services, including family participation.
  • Detox services.
  • Referrals to community partners for services not provided onsite (for example, an Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous meeting).
  • Vocational and employment services, job training -- provided on-site or we provide transportation.
  • Optional faith-based programs conducted off-site. Transportation provided to and from religious services

* Some services may be on- or off-site, depending on location