Substance Abuse Resources
in Freeport

Freeport Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Substance abuse is causing an epidemic in America. Every day, there are 91 opioid overdoses that lead to death. Drug and alcohol addiction is destroying the lives of individuals and tearing families and entire communities apart. Illegal substances like heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, ecstasy and bath salts are doing a lot of damage in the lives of many people, but legal substances like alcohol and prescription medications that have been misused are also doing a lot of damage.

The town of Freeport, Maine is no exception to this. Many residents of Freeport are in need of treatment for substance use disorder. However, there is such a stigma against those who suffer from addiction that those who need treatment sometimes do not seek it. If you are suffering, you don’t need to suffer any longer. Help is available to those who are willing to ask for it.

When you are looking at drug addiction treatment in Freeport, Maine, there are many things to consider. This guide will inform you of all of your options.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

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deaths caused by stimulants

Many people need to be especially concerned about stimulants. In 2011, 2742 people in the United States died because of stimulants like methamphetamine. Treatment is essential, whether you have an issue with substances like methamphetamine or legal substances like prescription medications. Contact us today at The Recovery Village, and we can show you a path to healing.

Finding Help in Freeport

Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers in Freeport, Maine

While many patients who are pursuing treatment for alcohol and drug addiction in Freeport, Maine, will only require outpatient treatment, some patients will need more intensive inpatient treatment. In a rehabilitation facility, a range of treatment programs will be available to you.

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    Inpatient treatment programs are also called residential treatment programs, and they are a good fit for those who struggle with severe addictions. Patients who need to detox will typically go straight into a program like this, and in the inpatient program, the patient will have round-the-clock medical care.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    A good fit for patients who don’t need as much monitoring, partial hospitalization programs don’t require patients to stay in the facility overnight although they will still have access to medical care and rehabilitation classes and therapy during the day.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    The least intensive level of treatment is outpatient treatment. Patients spend 3 or 4 days a week at the facility, and they stay home the rest of the time.

In a national network of rehabilitation facilities like The Recovery Village, there are experienced addiction specialists on staff who will assess your situation and make sure you are getting exactly the treatment program that you need.

Detox Centers

There are a number of detox centers that are available in Freeport, Maine. Detox centers are helpful because for patients who are addicted to certain substances, before they can begin a treatment program. With substances like benzodiazepines or opiates, withdrawal symptoms can be extremely uncomfortable, painful and even dangerous. This is why patients will need medical supervision during this process.

Although detox centers can be helpful, it’s much wiser to go to a facility that has both detox programs and treatment programs so that you can go straight into a treatment program from detox. While the detox process is treating your physical addiction, the real work of recovery begins with a treatment program. Fortunately, The Recovery Village has both detox and treatment programs.

Recovery Meetings Near You

Recovery programs like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and SMART Recovery are an important part of an effective aftercare plan. Fortunately, there are many options for meetings in the Freeport area.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous is the original 12-step recovery program, the most respected and trusted recovery program in the entire world. AA is a fellowship of men and women who suffer from alcohol addiction and gather regularly to share their experiences and support each other in sobriety. Meetings are open and free to the public. Here are a couple of options for meetings in Freeport.

  • Sobriety Outlet
    Where:
    First Parish Church Congregational
    40 Main St.
    Freeport, ME 04032

  • Freeport Group
    Where:
    First Parish Church Congregational
    40 Main St.
    Freeport, ME 04032

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Those who suffer with an addiction to drugs may join the 12-step program, Narcotics Anonymous. NA meetings are also free and open to the public. NA does encourage members to read the NA literature, follow the 12 steps and work with a sponsor or a member who is experienced in the program. However, the only thing you need to become a member is a desire to stop using drugs. Here are a couple of options for meetings in the Freeport area.

  • ABC Baptist Church
    Where:
    1 Elm St.
    Topsham, ME 04086

  • Addiction Resource Center
    Where:
    66 Baribeau Dr. Ste. 3
    Brunswick, ME 04011

SMART Recovery Meetings

The 4-point system of SMART Recovery is a little different from the 12 steps of AA or NA, and it includes living a balanced life, managing behaviors, coping with urges and building motivation. SMART Recovery  offers an alternative to the 12-step approach. A scientifically based recovery system, SMART Recovery focuses on the principles of self-empowerment and self-reliance. Here are the meetings that are closest to Freeport.

  • Portland Recovery Community Center
    Where:
    468 Forest Ave.
    Portland, ME 04101

  • Augusta Wednesday
    Where:
    295 Water St.
    Augusta, ME 04330

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

When you care for someone who struggle with substance misuse, you may feel sad, angry and hurt at various times. You have to keep in mind, though, that the person you love is sick. Nar-Anon and Al-Anon are two support groups for the loved ones of those who struggle with alcohol or drug addiction. Here are the meetings in the Freeport area.

  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    Greater Portland Living with Freedom
    Parish of St. Anthony
    268 Brown St.
    Westbrook, ME 04092

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    First Parish Congregation
    40 Main St.
    Freeport, ME 04032

There are many resources for those who are seeking drug or alcohol treatment facilities in Freeport, Maine. There are also many nearby cities that have additional resources.

Local Communities Served

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Freeport was last modified: August 11th, 2017 by The Recovery Village