"Alcoholism and drug addiction impact the global community" - MARC Executive Director Sam Bierman
Towson, MD (PRWEB) March 09, 2016
Maryland Addiction Recovery Center, the leader in extended care dual diagnosis comprehensive addiction treatment in the Maryland and Washington D.C. area, is proud to be hosting a delegation of 5 education experts and non-profit program managers from India on March 10th.
The meeting, facilitated by an initiative of The World Trade Center Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, is taking place for the purpose of connecting international visitors with American professionals to share best practices in particular fields to increase mutual understanding.
Leslie Rankin, who administers the International Visitor Leadership Program in Maryland on behalf of the U.S. Department of State, identified Maryland Addiction Recovery Center as a leader in addiction treatment, focusing on the vocational skills training and counseling services MARC provides to its clients combating alcoholism and drug addiction.
"We are very proud to be able to host and meet with this amazing delegation from India," said Maryland Addiction Recovery Center Executive Director Sam Bierman. "Alcoholism and drug addiction impact the global community and meetings and open dialogue such as this will go a long way in sharing best practices on how we can offer solutions to addiction not only nationwide, but worldwide."
Maryland Addiction Recovery Center offers a transitional treatment model for patients suffering from addiction, alcoholism and dual diagnosis, allowing clients to transition through levels of care in order to both focus on overcoming addiction while also focusing on educational, vocational or career goals. This model of treatment allows clients to be fully reintegrated back into everyday life but with the necessary tools for a sustainable, long term recovery.
Information on all of MARC's programs and services can be found by calling (410) 773-0500, emailing info(at)marylandaddictionrecovery(dot)com or by going to the company web site, http://www.marylandaddictionrecovery.com.