BayMark Health Services provides best in class medication-assisted treatment for substance use disorders to meet the unique needs of each patient we serve.
Comprehensive recovery and behavioral health services throughout the U.S. and Canada in a variety of settings.
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BayMark’s comprehensive addiction treatment programs deliver medically-supervised services for adults in a variety of modalities and settings. As the largest specialty healthcare organization in North America addressing substance use disorders, we provide a continuum of care. We partner with individuals to assess and match them with the treatment that best meets their needs. While our programs focus primarily on the treatment of opioid use disorder, BayMark also offers detoxification from a variety of addictive substances, including alcohol; and offers mental health services in select locations.
“Recovery Services has really helped me gain control of my life again. They have been the best support I have.”
Isleta, NM, Recovery Services of New Mexico
“The entire staff here is very helpful and always courteous. Very helpful with and all questions and concerns. Makes you feel confident and welcome to be here.”
Fresno, CA, BAART Programs
“I always feel validated. Also, can’t thank the staff enough for being real and supportive.”
Chelsea, MA, Health Care Resource Centers
“AppleGate Recovery is a very comfortable warming place. They actually seem to care about you and your recovery, and are willing to do what it takes to keep you happy and coming back. I really like coming here.”
Huber Heights, OH, AppleGate Recovery
“It’s nice when you can come to a place for recovery and get all of the tools you need to live everyday life.”
Cherry Hill, OH, MedMark Treatment Centers
“The Coleman Institute provides high quality personalized care in short order. The staff are compassionate, practice with sound clinical judgment, and exceed expectations throughout one’s recovery.”
Richmond, VA, The Coleman Institute