Who We Are

The Resource Group Counseling and Educational Center, Inc. in Towson, MD provides compassionate care in a safe environment.  We use evidence-based practices to support all clients who come to us ready to improve the quality of their lives.

Working with us helps you understand what you’re feeling and offers insight on how your feelings affect your everyday life.  When you find happiness and empowerment, you live in a way that works better for you and your loved ones.  Our missions is to reduce suffering, so we work with you to find relief and the means to move beyond your current challenges.  

Resource Group

In 1984 in Towson, Maryland, John E. Davis, PhD; Gloria Uhl; and Charles Whitfield, MD, partnered with the desire to offer the best clinical treatment for addiction and mental health issues.  At the time, most facilities simply treated the physical consequences of addictive drug and alcohol use. Our founders were determined to move beyond this approach.

They embraced the concept of educating and training addiction professionals. They also knew that prevention and early intervention are the keys to treating substance use disorders. With this focus, they founded Resource Group, the first and only outpatient program in Maryland at the time.

Thirty five years later, our organization is still an innovative and successful program. We are proud to continue supporting clients the Baltimore area. Above all, we believe in delivering sophisticated and respectful mental health and substance abuse care.

Resource Connect

In 2012, our director, Elliott Driscoll, LCSW-C, MBA, guided us through a new phase in our work. We expanded our group of providers. As a result, we treat a diverse client base and a wide range of mental health issues. Our providers now include:

  • Psychiatrists
  • Clinical Social Workers
  • Licensed Professional Counselors
  • Addiction Medicine Physicians
  • Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners

In 2013, we opened Resource Connect to help those who are in early recovery remain free of substance addiction.  The program uses mindfulness and DBT skills to help clients learn coping skills. Consequently, clients improve their recovery and maintain abstinence.

Resource Connect has a license by the State of Maryland and achieved a three-year CARF accreditation, which shows our dedication to satisfaction.