MISSION: To partner with individuals and families to improve behavioral health through recovery-oriented services.

Arundel Lodge is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization that works toward a world where behavioral health disorders are not a limit to achieving a meaningful life in the community.

One in four Americans will experience a behavioral health disorder in any given year regardless of age, race, religion, gender or economic status. Behavioral health disorders can range from depression and anxiety to bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and much in between.

At Arundel Lodge we help men, women, youth and their families living with behavioral health disorders maintain their dignity and enter into the process of recovery. We support over 3000 individuals in their quest to stay healthy, find jobs, participate in their community, locate appropriate resources, and enjoy life. Most of all, at Arundel Lodge, we provide a place where individuals can feel welcomed, empowered, and trusted to make their own decisions.

Thank you for the wonderful care you give M. and all the other clients at Arundel Lodge. You are such a blessing to so many families – because of you we all sleep better at night knowing our loved ones are in good hands. -Veronica B.

Funds raised for Children, Adolescents and their Families!

Stephen & Bev

Beverly and Stephen Marcus of Edgewater, MD donated $50,000 to help Arundel Lodge create a Children and Adolescents Behavioral Health Center, at our main campus. The new Center will fill a longstanding void in Anne Arundel County for treatment to this under-served population and will include two play therapy rooms. More than 85 guests attended a September 2014 event hosted by the Marcuses to support the cause and to date, donors helped raise over $158,000.

To contribute to the Children and Adolescents center, click on the DONATE button NOW!

See our October Newsletter for more details.

Arundel Lodge Merges with First Step Recovery Center

According to the National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), about 45% of Americans seeking substance use disorder treatment have been diagnosed as having a co-occurring mental and substance use disorder. Conversely, people diagnosed with a mental health disorder are more likely to experience a problem with substance use. As a result, Arundel Lodge, which provides mental health treatment, has worked closely over the years with First Step Recovery Center which provides substance use treatment.

Recently, Arundel Lodge and First Step Recovery Center took their partnership to the next level and formalized plans for a merger, a move which aligns with the federal government’s plans for mental and behavioral health integration. Final details are being worked out.

See our November Newsletter for more details!


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