If you or someone you love is struggling with chemical dependency these resources will be of help to you.
If you or someone you know is struggling with alcohol and/or drug use, call 211 to get help today. We offer information and referrals to a number of substance use prevention programs from outpatient treatment facilities to hospitalization options.
Maine Narcotics Anonymous is a fellowship of recovering drug addicts who have come together to solve their common problem of addiction. We apply a program of recovery with a single and profound promise: freedom from active addiction.
We are on a mission to save lives and strengthen communities, and we’re putting all the options on the table. Because if we want to give people a fighting chance, we need to keep them alive, safe, and supported throughout their journey of active use and recovery.
Substance use can affect every aspect of a person’s life! The Scarborough Police Department is committed to addressing the substance use that exists within the community with support, resources and assistance to individuals who are ready to step into recovery. Operation HOPE is a second chance towards a journey of change and courage. The program promises to treat those suffering from Substance Use Disorder with compassion, care and concern while breaking down the barriers to treatment. Located at Scarborough Police Department 275 US Route 1, Scarborough Walk-In Hours Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 8am – Noon Friday: 8am - 10am * Except for major holiday If you have any questions regarding the program please reach out to Lauren Dembski-Martin at 207-730-4397
Drug Addicts Anonymous (DAA)
A fellowship of men and women who have recovered from addiction and are committed to helping those who still suffer, based on the 12 steps
Heroin Anonymous (HA)
A fellowship of heroin addicts who help each other practice complete abstinence from drugs and alcohol :
Marijuana Anonymous (MA)
A fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope to recover from marijuana addiction.
A safe place where people come together to find wellness by sharing their stories and listening with an open heart and mind to others
Gambler's Anonymous (GA)
Debtors Anonymous (DA)
Debtors Anonymous offers
hope for people whose use of unsecured debt causes problems and suffering.
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA)
Offers relief from the symptoms of eating disorders and guidance on living in recovery.
Maine Crisis Hotline
24 hour hotline, mobile assessment & crisis intervention.
Maine Behavioral Health
National Human Trafficking Resource Center/ Polaris Project
National, toll-free hotline, available to answer calls and texts from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.
Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Confidential services, free of charge. Provides information, crisis counseling, and emotional support and advocacy.
Medical Professional's Health Program
Assessment/screenings for medical professionals who might have substance use disorders/ mental health disorders. Referrals. Monitoring.
20 Pelton Hill Rd. Manchester, NH
Outreach vehicle and materials for recovery or prevention.
Domestic Violence Support
Information, crisis counseling, emotional support and advocacy.
Maine Tobacco Helpline
If you call after hours please leave a message. Staff will call you back.
Intentional Warm Line
Confidential telephone support services for non-crisis situations, including, but, not limited to:, Peer-to-peer support, social connection, sharing personal victories, overcoming fear, grief or sadness, developing effective strategies for the future, assistance with referrals to community resources, talking to someone when feeling sad, lonely, or discouraged.
50 Moody St, Saco ME
Maine Medical Center
The NNEPC poison help line is available 24/7 by phone, chat and text to provide treatment advice for poisonings or
to answer poison-related questions.