Maine struggles with a variety of substance abuse threats in both its more remote and more populated communities. Its close proximity to New Hampshire, a leading northeast epicenter for opioid abuse, has made it particularly vulnerable to painkiller addiction and overdose, while alcohol continues to pose an enormous problem, as well. Data from the state’s annual Drug Overdose Death Report indicates 504 people died by drugs last year in Maine, a 33 percent increase from 2019 numbers. If you or someone you care about are a Maine resident and needs help for alcohol or drug addiction, you have more avenues to help than you may realize, and we’re ready to help you find them and get treatment.
Finding Substance Abuse Treatment in Maine
Although overdoses deaths climbed considerably in 2020 in Maine, the state is taking a comparatively proactive approach in offering treatment resources to residents who find themselves in need of help. Maine’s Department of Health and Human Services provides gateways to access to a number of different treatment options, including but not limited to:
When you’re looking for treatment, time is of the essence, and the last thing you want to do is waste time navigating the options in the state that may not be right for you. Our representatives are ready to help you find the best program for your situation from our extensive database of treatment centers. Contact us today to start your treatment and your recovery. We’re waiting to help you.
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