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Overview

The Maryland State Association for Recovery Residences (M-SARR) was formed in January 2014, under a three-year grant award from Maryland’s Alcohol and Drug Abuse Administration (ADAA).

As a statewide membership association, M-SARR and its members are committed to promulgating the role and benefits of supportive housing as a continuum of care partner, to expanding and promulgating the voice of recovery across Maryland, and to enhancing the recovery community’s role and position as a true “constituency of consequence”.

All housing providers are eligible to apply for membership in M-SARR. For more information or to apply for membership please visit How to Become a Member.

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