The Darkness of Addiction
to the Light of Recovery

About Us
Welcome to The Jude House, Incorporated.

The Jude House has grown from a strictly volunteer effort to help one man, into an organized program of recovery operated by both professional staff and volunteers. It is our hope that you learn all you need to know.

The Jude House, Incorporated was founded more than 45 years ago and is still strong in providing comprehensive substance use disorder treatment take pride in knowing that we have helped so many individuals to change their lives. Addiction is a heavy burden and we are committed to bearing some of the weight of our clients until they can stand on their own.

At The Jude House, each client is serviced based on individual need. We have credentialed and experienced clinicians who are compassionate and ready to take the walk with anyone who is ready for a changed life.


Basic medical care

Random Drug Testing

Monthly on-campus Parole and
Probation Interviews

Safe Environment

Healthy meals

Family Intervention (if applicable)

Re-entry guidance provided

Basic Case management needs addressed
(i.e. Obtaining Health Insurance)

Parenting Classes

Community Linkages

Individual Counseling

Group Counseling

CBT Therapy

Trauma Counseling

Mental Health Counseling

Psychiatric Medication Management

Grief/Loss Counseling

Co-Occurring Disorders
Basic tutoring

Special programming for Women

Gender Specific Mentoring

Introduction to the NA/AA Structure

Opportunities for Spiritual Fellowship

DUI/DWI Counseling

Susie Thompson
Jeniffer Posey
Clyde Jones

Agathachristy Ojo
Michelle Asmussen
Kelly Cooper-Roache
Caroline Kneip
Michael Copelin
Charon Roseboro

Rosalie Roseboro
Natalie Martin
Brittaney Muzzey
Sharon E. Green-Briscoe
Crystal Summers
Timothy Ingram
Rachel Scoggins

Candice Kelly
Kenneth Cross
Angela Clark
Terry Davis
Jeremy Widder
Rebecca Cervino



The Jude House's FaceBook page is located at...



The Jude House Outreach/Alumni Recovery Group page on FaceBook…


Charles County 9505 Crain Highway, Bel Alton, MD 20611

PHONE NO (O) 301-932-0700 / (F) 301-609-9236


Frequently Asked Questions
What are your hours of operation?
We are a 24 hour in-patient treatment facility.
Administrative Office hours are 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday - Friday.

Do you accept state or private insurance?
We accept Medicaid and self-pay clients.

Do you offer Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous?
Yes. We provide both Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous for clients admitted into The Jude House.

In addition, we provide these self-help groups that is open to the community during the following times:
Alcoholics Anonymous: Thursdays 8:00PM & Sundays 8:30AM.
Narcotics Anonymous: Mondays 8:00PM

What is your Admission Policy?
18 years of age or older, Substance Use Disorder, and assessed at III.3 or III.5
Substance Dependent/Addicted
Must meet an ASAM Residential Placement Level III.3
Must be ambulatory and able to participate in program activities
Capable of providing personal self-care

Contact Admissions Coordinator at 301-932-0700 and press #3

Please contact us if you wish to make a tax-deductible donation of materials, equipment or cash.

Please make checks payable to "The Judehouse, Inc."

Use the link below for an online method to make a one-time donation or set up a monthly donation securely with a credit/debit card via PayPal...