BALTIMORE.... it's been over a year but "we're back" !!!
Join Carlos from 10:00 - 11:00 am as "Beyond the Wire" makes its return to talk radio on WOLB 1010 AM... (Following The Larry Young Morning Show)
As an... read more
Congratulations to M-ROCC's "Director of Programming, Kheninh Daniels, on being selected as "one of only four" persons in Maryland to take part in the upcoming Danya Institute, Central East Addiction... read more
State and local officials gathered at the University of Baltimore to gain insight from community members like Carlos Hardy, who has been in recovery 21 years and now has an organization that reaches out to others in... read more
"Carlos Hardy, CEO and founder of Maryland Recovery Organization Connecting Communities, said that while many people have heard of NIMBY (not in my back yard), fewer people are familiar with BANANA (build absolutely... read more
BALTIMORE - Drug and alcohol abuse in Baltimore is a very real issue. Last year more people died from overdoses then murder in the Charm City. Heroin is to blame for 143 of those lost lives.
"Heroin literally affects... read more
M-SARR would like to congratulate, member, Peaceful Waters supportive housing program on the opening of its Kia's Korner ! Consignment shop.
For more details, visit: http://www.thepeacefulwaters.com/hot-news-1/... read more
The Obama administration's drug czar admitted Wednesday that locking people up won't keep them from using drugs, but he stopped short of renouncing punitive policies that have made America's long war on drugs widely... read more
We are pleased to announce, and would like to congratulate, our colleague and friend, Kheninh Daniels, has been approved and accepted as the newest member of the Maryland Addictions Professional Certification Board (... read more
The Maryland State Association for Recovery Residences 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”.