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.Washington County Recovery Resources
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Medication For Opioid Use Disorder
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Agency Name LocationSliding fee Y/NPhone NumberSpeciality/telehealth services/other
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Arnold Memorial Medical Center Jonesport Y207-497-5614Family practice
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Downeast Community Hospital Women's Center Machias Y207-255-0400Pregnant Women
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Reid Emery Building Machias Y207-255-4567Family medicine, primary care services & medication for addiction treatment. Reid Emery Building
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Downeast Treatment Center Ellsworth Y207-667-6890IOP & MAT virtual services
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Discovery House Calais OHH uninsured207-454-1300Suboxone and methadone
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East Grand Health Center Danforth Y207-448-2347FQHC`
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Eastport Health Care, Inc. Machias Y207-255-3400Dual diagnosis, psych meds, telehealth
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Eastport Y207-853-6001
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Groups Recover Together Machias OHH uninsured1-800-683-8313Current members 207-835-4499
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Calais OHH uninsured1-800-683-8313Current members 207-573-2402
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Harrington Family Health Center HarringtonY207-483-4502Federally Qualified Health Center
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Passamaquoddy Health Center Indian Township IHS207-796-2321Tribal members only
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Pleasant Point Health Center Pleasant Point IHS207-853-0711Tribal members only
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Regional Medical Center at Lubec Lubec Y207-733-5541Federally Qualified Health Center
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Savid Health Calais OHH uninsuredOffice (207) 952-3965 After Hours(207) 214-6315 Treatment for OUD, AUD, abstinence based; treatment for all SUD (including treatment for co-occurring disorders). Telehealth options



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St. Croix Regional Family Health Center Princeton Y207-796-5503Federally Qualified Health Center
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Outpatient/Intensive Treatment
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Aroostook Mental Health CenterMarshfieldY207-255-0996www.amhc.org
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Regional Medical Center at LubecLubecY207-733-5541www.rmcl.org
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Medically Managed Withdrawal (Detoxification)
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New Horizons Detox CenterHampden 207-217-6521https://www.wellspringmaine.com/programs/new-horizons-detox-center/
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Milestone RecoveryPortland207-775-4790, ext. 111https://milestone-recovery.org/detox
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Adult Crisis Stabilization
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Aroostook Mental Health Center127 Palmer St. Calais 207-454-1901https://www.amhc.org/crisis-services/
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Recovery Residence
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Safe HarborMachiasRecovery residence for women and children. Apply online or call 207-263-5096https://www.healthyacadia.org/spr-shrhfw
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Recovery Centers
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Downeast Recovery Support Center11 Free St. Machias 207-259-6238Recovery coaching, peer support, in-person and virtual recovery support meetings, safe space, Naloxone/narcan, recovery and community resources. Mon-Fri 10am-6pm DRSC Facebook Page
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311 Main St. Calais 207-952-9279Mon-Fri 10am-6pm
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INSPIRE Recovery Center24 Church St. Ellsworth207-412-2288Mon-Fri 9am-3pm INSPIRE Website
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Harm Reduction & Naloxone
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OPTIONS Program (Aroostook Mental Health Center) 14 Steve's Lane, MarshfieldOffice: 207-255-0996 Mobile: 207-227-3677Post-overdose intervention, overdose survivor support, harm reduction support, pathways to recovery. Specialize in supporting populations at high risk for overdose. Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
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Health Equity Alliance 7 VIP Way Machias 207-255-5849HIV/HEP C testing and case managementwww.mainehealthequity.org
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Healthy AcadiaWashington & Hancock CountiesConfidential online Naloxone/Narcan request, Fentanyl Test StripsOnline Naloxone/Narcan request
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Maine Access PointsMobile207-370-1042Mobile Outreach: Machias Tues & Wed 9am-1pm 25 Main St. Unit 15. Calais- Waterfront pier. Delivery available other days/times. Please call or text for supplies. Safer injection supplies, naloxone/Narcan, harm reduction tips, Fentanyl test strips, peer support, safe disposal containers Chasity@maineaccesspoints.org
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Information on the Good Samartian Law: https://knowyouroptions.me/about-maines-good-samaritan-law/
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Recovery Coaching
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Healthy Acadia Washington County207-497-6287To establish recovery coaching services contact Recovery Coach Coordinator Gretchen Harrington gretchen@healthyacadia.org
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Noel FrancisPleasant Point207-214-5370Recovery coaching, Wellbriety, Recovery supports for Passamaquoddy tribal members
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Justice Involved Services
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Washington County Treatment & Recovery CourtWashington County207-214-8525Specialty dockets for eligible individuals whose involvement with the criminal justice system has been fueled by a serious substance use disorder.https://www.courts.maine.gov/courts/treatment/adult.html
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Recovery Navigator- Aroostook Mental Health CenterWashington County207-496-9733Assisting individuals impacted by substance use disorder to identify resources, especially relating to recovery efforts. Will be located in the Machias and Calais courthouse. Can also assist those individuals that are not court involved.myoung@amhc.org
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Family Services
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Sunrise Prevention CouncilWashington County207-255-8273 207-263-5270Parenting in Treatment & Recovery: This focuses on the impact of substance use, mental illness, and trauma on parenting. These sessions help to restore what has been lost in the parent and child relationship, while strengthening their connection to move forward with the healing process.https://sun-rise.tv/can-council/
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Downeast Community Partners Nurse Home Visiting Program Washington & Hancock Counties207-610-0704Bridging Program: High-intensity home visiting program for high risk pre-natal clients Nurse Home Visiting Programs | Community Services | Downeast Community Partners
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Maine Families Washington County 207-255-0481Multiple services for parents to help their babies have the best possible start, at no cost. Services include home visiting, breastfeeding support, car seat safety, childbirth classeshttps://mainefamilieswc.org/
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Healthy Acaida PROSPER Initiative Washington & Hancock Counties(207) 974-7460 prosper@healthyacadia.org.PROSPER responds to the needs of pregnant or postpartum woman with Substance Use Disorder through personal care plans, support navigation, and parenting & life skillshttps://www.healthyacadia.org/spr-prosper
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Barrier Removal
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Downeast Treatment Center- Aroostook Mental Health CenterEllsworth207-667-6890MAT Barrier removal- resources to pay for Suboxone and treatment services. Virtual services. https://dtcme.org/
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Faith-Based Recovery Support Services
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Arise Addiction Recovery In-person mtg Mondays 7-8pm, Machias Christian Fellowship, 3rd Monday speaker meeting and potluck, begins at 6:30pmwww.ariseaddictionrecovery.com
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Arise Addiction RecoveryIn-person mtgTuesdays 7pm, Christian Temple Church 41 Main St. Lubec
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Arise Men's Residential ProgramMachias 12 month mens residential program. For more information or to complete an application contact program director Paul Trovarello 207-271-7060 or visit their website .www.ariseaddictionrecovery.com
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Freeway Addiction Recovery Meeting Calais Tuesdays 6:30pm Calvary Chapel, 295 North St. CalaisFreeway Addiction Recovery Facebook Page
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In-person Recovery Support Meetings
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Butterfly Effect Group (Women's group)Recovery Center MachiasTrauma & recovery support group. 2nd & 4th Thursdays, In-person & Zoom option. 5:30-7pm. For Zoom link email Ann at shaw8015@roadrunner.com
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AA 12-Step MeetingLubecMondays, 6pm- Regional Medical Center at LubecUse side door
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AA MeetingMilbridgeMondays, 7pm, Milbridge Congregational Church
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12-Step MeetingFree St. MachiasTuesdays, 6pm 12-Step meeting, Downeast Recovery Support Center- Free St. Machias
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ACOA (Adult Children of Alcoholics)MachiasTuesdays 6:30pm, Downeast Recovery Support Center, 11 Free St. Machias
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Township AA Meeting Indian TownshipTuesdays 7:30pm Elderly Meal Site, Rt 1, Indian Township
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Parenting in Treatment & Recovery MachiasWednesdays, 11:30-12:30 Recovery Center, 11 Free St. Hosted by Sunrise Prevention Council
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AA Open Discussion MeetingColumbia FallsWednesdays 7pm, Pleasant River Church, US RT 1
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Alanon MeetingColumbia FallsWednesdays 7pm, Pleasant River Church, US RT 1
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Narcotic Anonmyous11 Free St. MachiasThursdays 7pm, Recovery Center
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AA MeetingCalaisThursdays, 7pm, Historical Building, Main St. Calais
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AA Big Book MeetingLubecThursdays, 7pm- Regional Medical Center at LubecUse side door
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AA Meeting- Open meeting11 Free St. MachiasFridays 7pm, Downeast Recovery Support Center
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Women's AA hybrid meeting11 Free St. MachiasSaturdays 10am, in person and via zoom. Zoom meeting ID: 867 331 355 Passcode: 011446
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Living SoberWhitneyvill Library 6 Cross St. Whitneyville Saturdays 6pm, in personOpen meeting for those impacted by substance use disorder & mental health
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AA meeting- open format11 Free St. MachiasSundays 7pm, Downeast Recovery Support Center
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AA MeetingLeighton Pt. Rd. Pembroke Sundays 7:30pm Open discussion AA Meeting- Grace Chapel
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Downeast IntergroupArea 28 Use this locator to find AA meetings in your area DEIG: AA Meetings (downeastintergroup.org)
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NA MaineStatewideUse this locator to find NA meetings in your area In Person Or Hybrid - Narcotics Anonymous (namaine.org)
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Online Recovery Support Resources/Meetings
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Parenting in RecoveryOnlineMondays 11:30am-12:30Recovery support w/ focus on parenting- faciliating by Sunrise Prevention CouncilZoom ID: 384-800-5813
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SMART Recovery meetingsonlineSMART- Self Management and Recovery Training www.smartrecovery.org
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Recovery Dharma meetingsonlineHealing from addiction with Buddhist practicewww.recoverydharma.online
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12-Step Communityonline12 Step online group meetings and information including gambling, Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Overeaters Anonymous
www.12step.org
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In The Rooms onlineGlobal recovery community- multiple pathways www.intherooms.com
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Recovery Speakers onlineRecorded speaker testimonies from a variety of recovery groups including AA, NA, Alanon, CA, OA, and more.www.recoveryspeakers.com/recovery
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Life RingonlineSecular online recovery meetings https://www.lifering.org/online-meetings
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Wellbriety onlineNative American-centered recovery resources and meditationshttp://wellbriety.com/meditations/
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Medicated-Assisted Recovery AnonymousonlineMedication-assisted recovery focused virtual meetingsHome | MARA International (mara-international.org)
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Workforce Supports
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Eastern Maine Workforce DevelopmentWashington & Hancock County 207-951-0832 opportunitygrant@emdc.orgConnecting with Opportunties Program; training, education, employment, barrier removalConnecting with Opportunities
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Sunrise Economic Council- Sunrise Scholarhip FundWashington County 207-255-0983 scec@sunrisecounty.orgScholarships of up to $500 for Washington County residents, of low-to-moderate income, who will be attending a training and/or certification program that will increase their opportunities for IMMEDIATE employment or job advancement.https://sunrisecounty.org/workforcedevelopment/sunrise-scholarship-fund/
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Employer Resources
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Healthy AcadiaWashinton & Hancock County207-460-2312 beth.alteri@healthyacadia.org Narcan/naloxone training for employers and staff, Drug Free Workplace policy developmentwww.healthyacadia.org
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Northeast Workforce Development Northern Regions207-745-5789 Recovery Friendly Employer certification, SUD & Recovery training, ongoing technical support, resources https://www.northeasternwdb.org/recovery-friendly-employers/
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Other Recovery Supports
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Healthy AcadiaNANARequest a social call for a listening ear, needed resources, and support Request A Social Call
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Statewide Hotlines
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Alcoholics Anonmyous HotlineState-wide1-800-737-623724-hour state-wide hotline to connect community members with AA meetings across the state https://csoaamaine.org/
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211State-wide211Statewide resources for aging & disability, basic needs, crisis, education, family, food, health, housing, jobs, substance use services, transitions.
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Maine Crisis Hotline State-wide1-888-568-1112 or 711Maine Crisis Hotline helps to stabilize individuals and families while assisting in crisis resolution and action planning. If you are concerned about yourself or about somebody else, call the 24-hour crisis hotline and speak with a trained crisis clinician who can connect you to the closest crisis center.
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Wabanaki Care LineState-wide1-844-844-262224/7 Hotline to serve the Native American population with any critical needs including mental health and/or substance use disorder.