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Fentanyl Resources, Treatment, and Hotlines in Maine

Fentanyl use is a significant concern in Maine and throughout the country. The potency of fentanyl has led to a rise in opioid overdoses, underscoring the importance of seeking help if you or someone you care about is misusing or addicted to fentanyl. For free assistance today, reach out to us at . Our admissions navigators are standing by, ready to provide support and guidance.


Fentanyl Help Lines in Maine

In Maine, there are free and confidential helplines specifically dedicated to helping individuals who are struggling with fentanyl use and substance addiction. Many helplines accept calls 24/7 to provide support, guidance, and information on treatment options to assist individuals in finding much-needed help. Helplines in Maine include:


Maine Crisis Line – (888) 568-1112 (Voice)

The Maine Crisis Line (MCL) serves as the state’s dedicated telephone response service for individuals or families encountering a behavioral health crisis or contemplating suicide and/or self-harm. Staffed by trained crisis call specialists, the line offers free and confidential telephone support and stabilization, accessible 24/7.

Intentional Peer Support Warmline 1-866-771-WARM (9276)

The Intentional Peer Support Warm Line is accessible toll-free throughout Maine, operating round the clock, every day of the week. This mental health peer-to-peer phone support program facilitates mutual conversations with trained specialists who possess firsthand experience with mental health and/or substance use challenges and recovery.

211 Maine– 211

211 Maine provides access to immediate and free support 24/7/365 through calls, texts, or online chat at hfuw.org/chat. The 211 service is designed to link individuals to available resources by offering referrals for food and housing assistance, family support services, health and wellness, and various other support services.

SAMHSA’s National Helpline - 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

The National Helpline by SAMHSA offers confidential treatment referrals and information services 24/7, every day of the year, at no cost. It extends support to individuals and families managing mental health and/or substance use disorders in English and Spanish.

988 Lifeline – 988

The 988 Lifeline encompasses a network of local crisis centers across the nation, providing no-cost and confidential emotional support to individuals undergoing suicidal crisis or emotional distress in the United States, and are available 24/7.

American Addiction Centers Addiction Helpline

The help line offered by us at American Addiction Centers offers confidential and complimentary guidance for individuals struggling with addiction, available round-the-clock. Our knowledgeable advisors are prepared to hear your story and assist in determining the best plan of action. They provide assistance and facilitate connections with specialized Fentanyl addiction treatment options tailored to your specific needs.


Local Fentanyl Resources in ME

Maine offers a range of resources and assistance programs to aid individuals grappling with fentanyl use and addiction. These include support groups, treatment programs, sober living arrangements, and initiatives for overdose prevention. These resources are designed to offer tailored support and assistance to individuals and families navigating fentanyl addiction. Fentanyl resources in Maine include:

  • Maine Department of Health and Human Services: The Maine Department of Health and Human Services offers comprehensive treatment and assistance throughout the entirety of the recovery process. Their services include substance use disorder transportation, outpatient, inpatient, and residential addiction treatment programs. Additionally, they provide Community and Peer Recovery Support Services, offering support for recovery, life skills development, vocational rehabilitation, recovery coaching, and various other services and resources.
  • Alliance Maine: The Alliance for Addiction and Mental Health Services, Maine (the Alliance) is a statewide membership association representing community behavioral health organizations. These organizations offer diverse services, programming, and coordinated leadership to ensure comprehensive access to recovery-oriented systems of care for mental illness and substance use disorder across Maine. Their offerings include parental support and education, referrals to treatment providers, recovery support services, and a range of additional resources.
  • Sober living programs: Sober living residences across Maine offer supportive and structured living environments for individuals in recovery from fentanyl addiction. These programs help individuals develop personal accountability and support peer engagement as they transition to independent living.
  • Support groups: Examples of support groups include Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and SMART Recovery, which provide judgment-fee meeting spaces for individuals who are currently or have formerly struggled with fentanyl addiction to exchange experiences, gain encouragement, and receive peer support.
  • Treatment programs within rehab facilities: These include residential treatment programs, intensive outpatient programs (IOPs), and outpatient treatments provided by licensed addiction treatment facilities throughout Maine. These intensive programs deliver comprehensive fentanyl rehab customized to the unique treatment needs of all individuals on the road to recovery.
  • Family support groups: Groups such as Al-Anon and Families Anonymous extend support and guidance to family members and loved ones of individuals who misuse fentanyl. These groups offer a secure environment to exchange experiences, acquire coping strategies, and seek emotional support.
  • Family assistance programs: Programs such as the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Family Support Network provide resources, education, and referrals to family members seeking help in supporting a loved one’s recovery from fentanyl addiction. These initiatives may include counseling, education, and financial aid for families navigating the complexities of addiction.

Maine Fentanyl Statistics

In 2021, a record high of 627 individuals in Maine succumbed to drug overdoses, marking a nine percent increase compared to the same period of the previous year.1 Fentanyl was implicated in 77% of fatal overdoses in the state.1

  • Maine ranked eighth in the nation for drug overdose mortality rate in 2021.2
  • The following year, Maine reported 10,110 overdoses, with 716 suspected or confirmed deaths, resulting in a survival rate of nearly 93% for the year.3
  • Almost 80% of confirmed fatal drug overdoses were linked to highly lethal non-pharmaceutical fentanyl.3

Find Drug &Alcohol Rehab Near You in Maine

If you or someone you’re aware of is facing fentanyl misuse or addiction in Maine, it’s crucial to seek assistance. Our admissions navigators provide free support, assist you in exploring treatment options, and offer steadfast encouragement. Reach out to us today at for more information. Remember, recovery is possible, and we’re here to help.

Addiction Treatment in Maine

Northern Light Mercy Hospital - State St.
144 State Street Portland, ME 04092
3.9
(16)
Borden Cottage
235 Bayview Street Camden, ME 04843
3.9
(5)
Foundation House
160 Preble Street Portland, ME 04101
3.8
(28)
Adult & Teen Challenge Maine
11 Hudson Lane Winthrop, ME 04364
Aware Recovery Care
500 Southborough Dr #205 South Portland, ME 04106
Phyllis J. Warchol, LADC @ We All Need Help Sometimes
110 Tandberg Trail Windham, ME 04062
Aware Recovery Care
500 Southborough Dr #205 South Portland, ME 04106
New Season Treatment Center - Rockland
166 New County Rd Rockland, ME 04841
Portland Treatment
6 Digital Dr Biddeford, ME 04005
Hope House Health and Living Center
179-181 Corporate Drive Bangor, ME 04401
New Season Treatment Center - Penobscot
659 Hogan Rd Bangor, ME 04402
5.0
(1)
Milestone Recovery
65 India St Portland, ME 04101
4.0
(2)
Waterville Comprehensive Treatment Center
40 Airport Road Waterville, ME 04901
3.8
(4)
Groups Recover Together
171 Capitol Street Augusta, ME 04330
Cap Quality Care
1 Delta Drive Westbrook, ME 04092
Groups Recover Together
208 College Avenue Waterville, ME 04901
Everest Recovery Centers
2 Lehner Road Saco, ME 04072
PARC Program
6 Glen Cove Drive Rockport, ME 04856
Groups Recover Together
431 Franklin Street Rumford, ME 04276
Crooked River Counseling
209 Lincoln Avenue Rumford, ME 04276
Groups Recover Together
77 Park Street Rockland, ME 04841
Presque Isle Comprehensive Treatment Center
11 North Street Presque Isle, ME 04769
Health Care Resource Centers Portland
2300 Congress Street Portland, ME 04102
Groups Recover Together
315 Park Avenue Portland, ME 04102
Groups Recover Together
53 Prescott Drive Machias, ME 04654
St. Mary's Regional Medical Center
93 Campus Avenue Lewiston, ME 04243
Merrimack Valley Medical
18 Mollison Way Lewiston, ME 04240
Groups Recover Together
217 Main Street Lewiston, ME 04240
Groups Recover Together
15 Hartford Street Houlton, ME 04730
Wellspring Inc
644 Main Road North Hampden, ME 04444
Harrington Family Health Center
50 East Main Street Harrington, ME 04643
Groups Recover Together
140 Pleasant Street Farmington, ME 04938
Groups Recover Together
34 Downeast Highway Ellsworth, ME 04605
RMCL/HealthWays
893 Main Street East Machias, ME 04630
Mid Coast/Parkview Health
66 Baribeau Drive Brunswick, ME 04011
SaVida Health Calais
43 Union Street Calais, ME 04619
Calais Comprehensive Treatment Center
12 Beech Street Calais, ME 04619
SaVida Health
41 Acme Road Brewer, ME 04412
Groups Recover Together
106 Pleasant Street Brunswick, ME 04011
SaVida Health
409 Alfred Street Biddeford, ME 04005
Groups Recover Together
265 Main Street Biddeford, ME 04005
Groups Recover Together
849 Stillwater Avenue Bangor, ME 04401
Bangor Comprehensive Treatment Center
689 Odlin Road Bangor, ME 04401
Northern Light Acadia Hospital
268 Stillwater Avenue Bangor, ME 04401
Liberty Bay Recovery Center
343 Forest Avenue Portland, ME 04102
Crooked River Counseling
87 S. High St. Bridgton, ME 04009
Pine Tree Recovery Center
17 Bishop Street Portland, ME 04103
Discovery House
400 Western Avenue South Portland, ME 04106
Mid Coast Hospital Addiction Resource Center
20 Bristol Road Damariscotta, ME 04543
AngleZ Behavioral Health
841 Riverside Drive Augusta, ME 04330
Groups Recover Together
23 Washington Street Calais, ME 04619
Wellspring Inc Womens Residential Program
319 State Street Bangor, ME 04401
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Insurance Coverage for Addiction Treatment in Maine

111
Accept Private Insurance
74
Accept Medicare Insurance
123
Accept Medicaid
57
Accept Military Insurance

Addiction Treatment Center Options in Maine

131
Total Rehab centers in Maine
16
Offer Inpatient Rehab
119
Offer Outpatient Rehab
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Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Maine

Borden Cottage

Great program I am doing very well but to say "psychologist sessions are included" is just not accurate. I have been here over two weeks of a one month stay and have not seen "the psychologist" once. I asked to see other staff, the other psychologist today but again was told a flat "no". This is causing anxiety, not curing it. I also desperately need to gain weight and no one seems to really be taking that seriously.

- Rebecca
4 out of 5
Camden, ME

Milestone Foundation

treatment, caring staff, understanding. has a strong staff and they treat you with res pect

- Anonymous
4 out of 5
Portland, ME

Foundation House

As far as what a transitional living facility can offer someone (separate from that individual's own intentions and efforts in staying sober), Foundation House truly has it all. As a former resident I can say the program offered an ideal balance of support and freedom where I was able to access all the help that I needed while simultaneously developing the skills and attitudes that would be necessary to carry on a successful life in sobriety after moving out. The activities and experiences made available to me at Foundation House were second to none and they extend their support beyond the tenure of an active paying resident. I continue to participate in a number of activities and frequently get invited on everything from resident camping trips to extended journeys overseas even after having moved out several years ago. Coming from an absolutely hopeless state before moving into Foundation House, I've been sober for nearly 5 years now and I'm grateful to the program for helping me get to where I am today.

- CS
5 out of 5
Portland, ME