Our Programs
 How To Live Without Your Addicted Loved One

An online grief support group that provides resources, compassion, and understanding for families or individuals who have had a loved one die as a result of substance abuse disorder/addiction.


Please join our private Facebook group.

This is a closed group; only members can see posts.

Level II Sober Living Houses for Women In Recovery

Rage Against Addiction hopes to provide more quality options to individuals in transition between rehab and recovery.  This is a critical time when positive support is needed to stay on a healthy path. 


​ We have two women's sober living houses located in the suburbs of Harford County, Maryland. Daughter’s House opened in November 2018 and Sister House opened on May 4, 2020 in the midst of a global pandemic. Launched under the successful Daughter's House program, both places hope to play an essential role in women’s recovery.

Please check out our Wish List to see how you can contribute.

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RAA ABC (After Baby Care)
Empowering New Mothers in Recovery

Providing postpartum care packages for new mothers and their babies.

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 Supporting Children Who Have Been Affected By Addiction

Kids are affected by addiction too. Children of all ages experience confusion, fear, worry, sadness, and anger but they show and express their feelings differently.

Rage Club is designed for children eight years old to fifteen years old who have been impacted by addiction. In partnership with the Ashley Treatment Centers Family Wellness Program, this is a fun and rewarding group that meets several times a year. Meetings include enjoyable activities, group lunches, and counseled discussions to better help them understand addiction, and to positively express their thoughts and emotions. 


Are you interested in a volunteer opportunity?

We'd love to talk