The Recovery Center at York Hospital offers medication assisted treatment for opioid use disorder and counseling for all substance use disorders including individual counseling for adolescents and groups for adults. Call 207-351-2118.
211 Maine, Maine’s social services directory
Maine Statewide 24 hour Crisis Hotline 1-888-568-1112
The Behavioral Health Treatment Locator, a searchable database maintained by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services.
Psychology Today database, Mental Health and Treatment Providers, type in zip code for list
Maine Access Points is a harm reduction organization, providing syringe access services, overdose prevention education and naloxone distribution, peer support, and advocacy throughout rural Maine.
- To access naloxone for overdose prevention/reversal in York County, Sanford – there is a mobile site located on Heritage Crossing near Weaver Drive (the million dollar road across from the castle) on Tuesdays 4-6 pm and Saturdays 12-1 pm.
- Contact Maine Access Points at 370-9445 to get naloxone or safe syringe supplies for you or someone you care about.
How to Administer Naloxone to Save a Life, is a short and simple video from the American Medical Association.
York Adult Education for classes, including career assessment and counseling.
Maine Works is an employment agency that helps people find jobs in the fields of construction, carpentry, masonry, roadwork, bridges, demolition, landscaping, and much more. Maine Works specializes in helping people in recovery and others who might be facing challenges.
Journey, a website and magazine devoted to substance use treatment and recovery resources in Maine.
Portland Recovery Center provides support groups, education, and individual resources to enhance people’s ability to heal, strengthen and grow in their recovery pathway.
- Virtual support groups and other online resources at PRCC
- Telephone Recovery Support, 207-553-2575 (ext. 203)
Safe Harbor Recovery Center, in Portsmouth NH
Narcotics Anonymous, 1-800-974-0062
Al Anon for Affected Families, 1-888-425-2666
Drug-Free Workplace Programs includes evidence-based information, resources, and tools for producing and maintaining drug-free workplace policies and programs. The Drug-Free Workplace Toolkit provides step-by-step guidance for starting and maintaining drug-free workplace policies and programs.
- Workplace Prevention Basics
- Build a team
- Assess your workplace
- Develop a policy
- Plan and implement a program
- Evaluate your program
- Provide support
Recovery Friendly Workplace, NH statewide resource includes many downloadable tools to adapt and use for Maine worksites as well.
Maine’s Prevention For Me includes resources for individuals, families and workplaces, including retailers
on alcohol, tobacco and marijuana prevention, education and laws.
The National Safety Council’s Employer Kit for and step by step toll kit for workplaces to address opioids
Anonymous Self Assessment for Alcohol, to help yourself, friends, family and employees take the first step. CTBH hopes to have a screening tool specific to our area in the near future, check back in fall of 2020!
FMI: Sally Manninen, 207-351-2655 or firstname.lastname@example.org