Words from some of our Alumni Members

I appreciate what Harbor of Grace – especially their staff and ownership – was able to provide for me.  Not too long ago, I was hopeless, lost and destitute.  Based on their program and sincere caring, I have newfound hope, newfound life with my loved ones and am excited for the next phase of life.  Those that care for me are seeing me sober for the first time in a long time.  How refreshing each day brings.

– Greg S., Howard County, MD

The foundation for my recovery began at Harbor of Grace due to the outstanding counselors and resident managers, small community feel, and comprehensive approach to treating all aspects of my addiction—mind, body, spirit. Today I participate in the Intensive Outpatient Program to learn new ways of managing everyday life issues. I am forever grateful to Harbor of Grace for giving me hope when I saw none.

– Christine K., Harford County, MD

I will be forever grateful for my time at Harbor of Grace.  After struggling with alcohol for many years I was finally able to get effective, intensive treatment from highly dedicated and skilled professionals. The entire staff has a deep desire to help their patients and very much wants each individual to succeed. My life has fundamentally changed for the better as a result of the care, counseling and education I received at Harbor of Grace. I would strongly encourage anyone who is struggling with alcohol or drug addiction to seek treatment at this wonderful rehabilitation center.

– George D., Baltimore County, MD


Harbor of Grace continues to admit new patients and can take calls 24/7. The health and safety of our patients and staff remains the top priority. As recommended by the CDC, Harbor of Grace has protocols and procedures put in place due to COVID-19, such as thorough pre-screening measures, a COVID-19 medical screening upon arrival, and limiting exposure to those who are not Harbor of Grace staff and patients. Medical Approval will need to be given by Harbor of Grace medical staff for admission. Due to the pandemic, all patient visitation will be suspended until further notice.