Wellness & Recovery Center
Serving Frederick County Maryland Since 1997
New extended center hours
We are excited to announce our new center hours and peer support groups on evenings and weekends. We will now be open on Tuesday's, Wednesday's, and Thursday's from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Our peer support group will be held from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. On Sundays, the center will be open from 1:00pm to 4:00pm, with the peer support group scheduled from 2:00pm to 3:00pm. Join us during these times to connect with others and receive the support you need!
PEER-LED RECOVERY SUPPORT SERVICES
We offer a wide range of support and services, including peer support, daily groups (online and in-person), advocacy, health education, CPRS training, community resources navigation, life skills coaching, and more for those who struggle with mental health challenges and/or substance use disorder in Frederick County and beyond.
We provide free intentional and inclusive peer-led recovery and wellness services. By creating an accepting, supportive community we educate and empower people to heal, reconnect, and find their own way forward. We strive to passionately serve any adult who is seeking to recover from significant life challenges, mental health issues or substance use disorder.
Frederick County will be a place where all can select their own recovery path and are supported in their choices.
WHO WE ARE
On Our Own of Frederick County is a wellness and recovery center located in downtown Frederick, Maryland. We are a non-profit organization that provides free peer support, resources, advocacy, life/recovery coaching and more for adults and families in Frederick County who experience mental health challenges and/or substance use disorder.
Call today to speak to a peer, find out about services, make and appointment for a one-on-one peer support session, use our new computer lab, or obtain information on our virtual support groups..
Peers to Talk with One-on-One
Community Resource Navigation
Help obtaining benefits
Housing and Financial Resources
Warm-line for peer support
Individualized services based on your needs
Click the button below to connect with us and learn more about how you can get involved with On Our Own of Frederick County.
Peer / CPRS Training Program Student
"I chose to come to On Our Own of Frederick County to better myself. I wanted to take back the power in my life and become an active participant in all aspects of my recovery journey. Since coming to On Our Own, I've had the opportunity to utilize the resources they offer to the community. They've provided me with an environment that is supportive of my recovery that includes peer support services, self help groups, and even volunteer opportunities. These services have helped myself and many others with integrating back into society."