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Substance Use and Mental Health Counseling Resources

Power of Prevention (POP) is public health organization. Our work is supported by grant funding from various sources, but primarily the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, an office of the Maine Department of Health and Human Services, with oversight by and accountability to other state offices as well. Our focus is on programs and environmental change which supports the health of for the greater good to support communities and groups of individuals in those communities of service.

Reflecting this, POP staff do not typically provide counseling, treatment, or other individually-based services. Power of Prevention members can, however, provide references and direction towards counseling and treatment services.

This Aroostook County Substance Use Directory is designed to help the people of Aroostook County locate the substance use support and services they need. Individuals, organizations, and communities can raise awareness about the value of addiction treatment, recovery, and prevention.

The directory is updated yearly with new links/information. You can download the PDF guide here 

24-Hour Hotlines

2-1-1 Maine  *or text your zip code to 898-211
Maine Statewide Crisis Line 1-888-568-1112
AMHC Adult Crisis Unit 1-800-432-7805
NAMI Maine Helpline 1-800-464-5767
Children’s Emergency Services 1-800-452-1999
Domestic Violence Helpline 1-866-834-4357
Sexual Assault Helpline 1-800-871-7741
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Helpline 1-800-671-0929
Partnership for Drug Free Kids – Parents Helpline 1-855-DRUGFREE

Online Support Groups

Adult Children of Alcoholics

Alanon (National) 

Alanon/Alateen (Maine)

Alateen (National) 

Alcoholics Anonymous (National)

Alcoholics Anonymous (Maine) 

Cocaine Anonymous

Codependents Anonymous

Crystal Meth Anonymous 

Families Anonymous 

Heroin Anonymous World Services

Marijuana Anonymous

Methadone Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous (National)

Narcotics Anonymous (Maine)

Naranon

Nar-Anon Family Group 

National Alliance on Mental Illness

National Alliance on Mental Illness (Maine)

Nicotine Anonymous

Partnership for Drug Free Kids

Partnership for a Tobacco Free Maine

Rational Recovery

Secular Organizations for Sobriety 

Substance Abuse Rehab

Women for Sobriety