The State of Maine drug response prioritizes supporting individuals in recovery and the building of recovery friendly communities. This includes expanding recovery centers, training recovery coaches, promoting and increasing alternatives to incarceration, as well as increasing safe and secure housing options for people in recovery.
The Maine Recovery Hub
The Maine Recovery Hub is home to nine state-funded recovery community organizations that provide recovery support services in their communities.
OPTIONS Save Lives
The State of Maine OPTIONS program focuses on increasing access to harm reduction supplies including naloxone, treatment services, and recovery resources.
Voices of Recovery
For more voices of recovery from Maine, visit the “Stories” page of of the Know Your OPTIONS website.
Drug treatment courts reduce recidivism and substance misuse and increase the likelihood of rehabilitation and recovery.
In Maine, drug treatment courts are special programs that utilize intensive judicial monitoring; specialized treatment, frequent and random drug testing, case management services, alongside other needed services including housing, employment, and health care. Clients are referred to the program by defense attorneys, district attorneys, judges, jail staff, family members, and themselves. Successful clients participate for a minimum of one year, at the end of which they will complete an agreed upon sentence. Any jail time is typically served prior to beginning the program.
This metric tracks the number of Mainers admitted and not admitted into the Maine Pre-Trial Adult Drug Treatment Court program. It also tracks the number of individuals that graduated from the program.
This metric is an indicator of individuals connected to services through the Pre-Trial Adult Drug Treatment Court program. This data is provided by Maine PreTrial Services to the Office of Behavioral Health. It is updated quarterly.
Source: Maine Pre-Trial Services. Office of Behavioral Health.
Maine is increasing access to recovery resources through supporting and promoting community recovery centers throughout the state.
A key strategy in the State of Maine’s Opioid Response Strategic Action Plan is to support local and regional community engagement efforts. Through the Maine Recovery Hub, the state of Maine supports the growth and sustainability of Recovery Community Centers throughout the state. In 2020 the number of Centers increased from 9 to 13 locations. Two additional Centers are planned to open shortly in York County as well as the town of Lincoln.
Source: Maine Recovery Hub and the Office of Behavioral Health.
- Recovery Center Funded by Maine Recovery Hub
- Additional Recovery Centers
Source: Maine Recovery Hub.
Contact a local recovery center today.
|Aroostook Recovery Center of Hope||36 North Street #1|
Houlton, ME 04730
|Bangor Area Recovery Center||142 Center Street|
Brewer, ME 04412
|(207) 561.9444||The BARN|
|Bath Recovery Community Center||97 Commercial Street|
Bath, ME 04530
|(207) 389.4236||Bath Recovery|
|Boothbay Harbor Peer & Wellness Center||35 School Street|
Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538
|(207) 315.6236||Amistad Peer |
Support and Recovery
|Coastal Recovery Community Center||24 Lincoln Street, Suite 103|
Rockland, ME 04841
|(207) 691.3697||Coastal Recovery|
|DownEast Recovery Support Center||311 Main Street|
Calais, ME 04619
|(207) 952.9279||DownEast Recovery|
|Down East Recovery Support Center||11 Free Street|
Machias, ME 04654
|(207) 259.6238||DownEast Recovery|
|Lakes Region Recovery Center||25 Hospital Drive, Suite E|
Bridgton, ME 04009
|(207) 803.8707||Lakes Region |
|Larry Labonte Recovery Center||412 Waldo Street|
Rumford, ME 04276
|(207) 418.4983||Larry Labonte |
|Pir2Peer Recovery Center||1009 Central Street|
Millinocket, ME 04462
|(207) 723.1327||Pir2Peer Recovery|
|Portland Recovery Community Center||468 Forest Avenue|
Portland, ME 04103
|(207) 553.2575||Portland Recovery|
|REST Center||205 Main Street|
Lewiston, ME 04240
|(207) 783.7378||The REST Center|
|Roads to Recovery Community Center||1 Water Street|
Caribou, ME 04736
|(207) 493.1278||Roads to Recovery|