Fresh Start Alumni Community

 

At Fresh Start Recovery Center, we are striving to be a leader and a resource in our community. We work with a number of other treatment centers, non-profits, hospitals and foundations in order to have the most impact in our fight against substance abuse.

We are also committed to being a resource for every individual who has come through our care, as well as their families and loved ones. Our alumni board holds events on a regular basis, to help us build a community around those who are living in recovery, building and strengthening the connections among us.

Our alumni are real people living recovery every day. We want to share with every individual the fulfillment and peace we have found, and be a resource long after you have left our care.

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  • The Sober Truth Fundraiser
    18:00 -22:00
    2018.11.10

    3rd annual dinner to raise funds for Sober Truth, there will be BBQ chicken, pulled pork, coleslaw and more! Live music, kids activities and a silent auction! Support the fight against the drug epidemic.
    John Street Hall, Westminster MD
    6 pm to 10 pm
    Tickets $35 children under 5 are free

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  • Fort Recovery Benefit Concert
    14:00 -17:00
    2018.11.11

    Fort Recovery Benefit Concert  418 N Center St, Cumberland, MD.

    Jam Alker, a recovery Rock n’ Roll musician from Chicago, Rem One, a Hip Hop recovery artist from Baltimore, Jamal P. Poet, from Hagerstown, and B-RAiN, recovery rapper from Prince George County, are coming to Cumberland to do a Benefit Concert for Fort Recovery.

    A cover charge of $3 will be asked for at the door, but no one will be turned away, if you can help with more that would be greatly appreciated. The clubhouse will be open downstairs, serving food and soda.

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  • Second Chance
    11:00 -14:00
    2018.11.14

    Second Chance Addiction Care, located at 9800 Falls Road Suite 7, Potomac, Maryland 20854,  is a new outpatient treatment facility accepting Tricare and Medicaid patients. We will be attending there open house from 11 AM to 2 PM.

    An RSVP is needed for this event.

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  • Chris McGreal: American Overdose
    19:00 -20:00
    2018.11.15

    British investigative journalist, Chris McGreal will be discuss his new book, AMERICAN OVERDOSE.

    **Jay Hessler from the Frederick County Health Department’s Behavioral Health Division will offer information on how to prevent, identify, and respond to opioid overdoses**

    This event will be held in Fredrick, Maryland at the Evangelical Reformed Church United Church of Christ, 15 W Church St

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What it means to be an Amatus Managed Recovery Center

  • Person First Philosophy

    Our mission is to get you in the best facility that will allow you to heal and find long term recovery. Whether you enter one of our facilities or another facility, we will help everyone who contacts us find the appropriate place for them to heal.

  • National Footprint, Community Focus

    Our nationwide network of treatment centers and referral partners allows us to make an impact in multiple communities. We want every individual to thrive, and become a positive force in your community. We desire to help people and communities recover.

  • Facility and Treatment

    We are committed to providing the highest level of care, delivered in cutting-edge facilities designed to support your recovery. Every individual gets an individualized treatment plan, with the highest-level of care standards and quality.

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