Maine Alcohol and Drug Treatment Programs
Drug-Rehab.org has the ability to access over 3000 resources nationwide, including all the way up north in Maine. We’re here to help the people who need it with their drug and alcohol abuse issues. We’re also here to let the recovering addict know that you are not alone.
No matter what kind of treatment you need in Maine, Drug-Rehab.org can get you in touch with it. From twelve-step programs to detox centers, we will assist you in getting the support and care to take action with your addiction recovery.
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Facts about Maine and Drug Abuse
The state of Maine has over 1,328,188 residents and the capitol is Augusta. Maine is best known for its scenic New England landscapes as well as its thriving fishing culture, especially lobsters. Maine is also home to a formidable drug culture, as well.
39 percent of the population of Maine 18 to 25 used marijuana within the past year; that’s nearly half of that population. Marijuana was one of the top reasons people were admitted to treatment in Maine; alcohol, heroin and Oxycontin abuse were other popular reasons.
Cocaine and heroin are the real areas of concern for the state of Maine. Cocaine is easily accessible all throughout the state as well as high quality heroin. Interstate 95 is a very easy way for drug traffickers to get there product all over the state. With the 225 miles of coastline and close to 3,500 miles of shoreline in Maine, the traffickers are finding a variety of ways to get their products to their customers.
Methamphetamine has been a slow-rising problem but has not reached a level of any real concern; only 611 people were admitted for treatment for it in Maine.
“Bath salts,” which are like cocaine, have been growing in popularity and influence in Maine as well. They are designer drugs which can cause extremely violent reactions in users.
The police department of Bangor, Maine had to respond to 400 bath salt-related incidents at one point. This drug can be ordered over the internet or purchased at stores.
Marijuana is still number one in consumption and distribution. It can be found all over the state of Maine and with the Canadian border nearby it is being smuggled into Maine for its higher quality.
As for alcohol abuse, recently this has dropped among Maine teenagers, an uplifting fact. But as for Maine adults, or at least the demographic of those between 18 and 25, the number is troubling: about half that population regularly binge drinks.
Be Well in Maine
Your addiction doesn’t have to be your life anymore; support and recovery in Maine can be a reality for you as soon as today, if you call Drug-Rehab.org at 855-473-4227 and make that all-crucial first step. There is a caring professional awaiting your call, who can redirect you to whatever rehabilitation program you deem first, be it an inpatient clinic or a day program. There is help available for you in Maine; call today!
139 Market Square Fort Kent, ME 04743
Aroostook Mental Wellness Center provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction, Detox
24 Dunn St. Auburn, ME 04210
Catholic Charities Maine provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction, Halfway house, Buprenorphine Treatment
276 Main St. Lewiston, ME 04240
Central Maine Counseling Services Inc provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction
59 River St. Dover Foxcroft, ME 04426
Charlotte White Center provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction
393 Sabattus St. Lewiston, ME 04243
Community Clinical Counseling provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction
c/o Saco Bay Counseling Saco, ME 04072
Greg Dumas LCSW provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction
96 Harlow St. Bangor, ME 04401
Independence Project LLC provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction
75 State St. Ellsworth, ME 04605
Laurie LaViolette LCSW CCS provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction
8 Hemlock Lane Surry, ME 04684
Suzanne Lawrence BS LADC provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction