About the Community Recovery Center

The Community Recovery Center (CRC) is a community program that offers activities and services to individuals recovering from substance use disorder and co-occurring challenges, such as mental illness and trauma. The program aims to help individuals develop tools and access resources to sustain their recovery. The program operates in partnership with the Anne Arundel County Department of Health and is supported by community volunteers.  

Service Offered at the CRC

  • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings 
  • Social skills workshops 
  • Access to vocational training 
  • Literacy classes 
  • Parenting classes 
  • Mental health education and support groups 
  • Tabaco cessation groups 
  • Peer-lead support groups 
  • Trauma support groups 
  • Gender specific support groups 
  • Access to the U Be Well Maryland Mobile Wellness  

Social Activities Offered at the CRC

  • Movie nights
  • Book clubs
  • Dinners
  • Coffee hours
  • Exercise classes
  • Bible studies
  • Other recreational activities as requested

History of the CRC

After years of offering housing services to individuals experiencing homelessness, it became clear that substance use, mental illness, and the impacts of trauma often pose significant barriers to maintaining housing stability. In response, the Community and Recovery Center was established in 2013 to offer support to men and women, whether they are unsheltered or rehoused.

Interested in Joining the Community Recovery Center?

The CRC serves adults 18 years old and older. If you are interested in participating with the CRC, please stop by. All services are confidential. For more information, call 410-863-4888 or email info@arundelhoh.org.


  • Monday to Friday from 8 to 2
  • Saturday from 8 to noon
  • AA meetings are held on Tuesday and Thursdays from 11:00-12:00
  • NA meetings are held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:00-11:00

Sobriety and Recovery Resources

7164 East Furnace Branch Rd.

Suite A

Glen Burnie, Md 21060