Sober Saturday! Some resources for your battle!

Take the First Step to Drug & Alcohol Recovery
Your first step to recovery is that you must want move forward and leave your addiction behind. It must be a commitment from you, and you alone.

            PROJECT REACH
Recovery Engagement Acceptance Compassion Hope

Maine Behavioral Health’s new Project REACH program is a federally funded, three year grant to increase and sustain engagement in medication assisted treatment for opioid use disorder (OUD) in Knox and York Counties.

In collaboration with community agencies and service providers, our county-based team of a clinician, nurse and peer will:

  • Identify individuals that have been unable to achieve and maintain long-term sobriety from opiates
  • Screen, assess and engage these individuals to connect them to relevant services and levels of care
  • Access and facilitate enrollment in medication assisted treatment (MAT), intensive outpatient programs, counseling, and community resources
  • Engage individuals up to six months to support their recovery through one-on-one meetings and telephone check-ins


Community Outreach

We are available to meet potential clients in a variety of settings, including shelters, jails, emergency rooms and the street.

 

Make a Referral

You may call us directly and leave a confidential voicemail:

in Knox county, call 701-4439
in York county, call 490-8338

Providers: when making a referral, please provide us with the client’s name and a phone number where they can be reached. We are available to outreach potential clients in a variety of settings, including shelters, jails, emergency rooms and the street.

 

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