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Embracing Mindfulness in Drug Treatment Baltimore: A Deep Dive into Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention

In the ever-evolving landscape of drug treatment in Baltimore, innovative approaches are continually emerging to address the complex nature of addiction. One such groundbreaking method gaining prominence is Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP). This blog post explores the transformative power of mindfulness in drug treatment Baltimore, shedding light on how MBRP is reshaping the recovery journey […]

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Corona Virus Update

March 12, 2020 By John Steinberg, MD, FASAM Medical Director, The Bergand Group At the Bergand Group, the health of our patients and of our staff is paramount. Therefore, we would like to provide up to date information regarding the current Corona Virus/COVID-19. Please note that information is accumulating rapidly and this information was based

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Alcohol Rehabilitation in Harford County - The Bergand Group

Alcohol Rehabilitation in Harford County May Be Necessary

Addiction of any kind calls for aid so that the patient can recover. When it comes to alcohol abuse or alcoholism, there may be a need for alcohol rehabilitation in Harford County or elsewhere throughout Maryland, which The Bergand Group can deliver. What to Expect from Alcohol Rehabilitation in Harford County Alcohol abuse and alcoholism

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First Maryland Case of Bleeding Reported in User of Synthetic Cannabinoids

Baltimore, MD (April 5, 2018) — The Maryland Poison Center and the Maryland Department of Health are warning the public of the danger of bleeding that can be linked to use of synthetic cannabinoids, also known as spice, K2, or fake weed. The Maryland Poison Center at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy was

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