Resources

   

 

There are a lot of resources available for helping us understand how to help our youth stay or become drug-free. We have a responsibility to educate ourselves so that we can help properly. Join the Be the Influence Coalition to learn and help local youth.

If you are concerned about your child’s drug usage, below are educational resources for parents and youth.

Prescription Opioids: Even When Prescribed by a Doctor (video–click here)

Local Resources

Statewide Helpline: 211 Maine, Dial 211, http://www.211maine.org

 

Mental Health Services

SMART Child and Family Services
Outpatient Counseling and Psychiatric Services, Case Management, Home and Community Based Therapy
www.smartcfs.org
86 Tandberg Trail, Windham, Maine
(207) 893-0386

Tri-County Mental Health Services
744 Roosevelt Trail #303, Windham, Maine
(207) 892-4623

Health Affiliates
Counselors in Windham, Raymond, or In-Home
(207) 333-3278

Substance Abuse Services

SMART Child and Family Services
Outpatient Counseling and Psychiatric Services, Case Management, Home and Community Based Therapy
www.smartcfs.org
86 Tandberg Trail, Windham, Maine
(207) 893-0386

Food Addiction and Chemical Dependency Consultants, LLC
http://www.addictiontreatmentplus.com
50 Sandbar Rd, Unit C, Windham, Maine
(207) 893-0213

The Quit Line – Maine Tobacco HelpLine
www.thequitlink.com
1(800)207-1230

Recovery Support

Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon Meetings – District 17
www.csoaamaine.org/district17.htm
Check link for AA, Al-Anon, Ala-Teen, and other group meetings and current schedule
(207) 774-3034

Portland Recovery Community Center
www.portlandrecovery.org
468 Forest Ave, Portland, Maine
(207) 553-2575

Clyde Bailey Drop-In Center
http://clyde-baileydropincenter.org
224 Roosevelt Trail, South, Casco, Maine

Westbrook Recovery Liaison
(207) 303-4009

Milestone Foundation
Portland, Maine
(207) 775-4790

Day One
South Portland, Maine
(207) 874-1045

Maine Alliance for Addiction Recovery (MAAR)
(207) 621-4111

Narcotics Anonymous
1-800-974-0062

Crossroads
Windham, Maine
877-694-9062

Liberty Bay Recovery Center
Portland, Maine
(844) 894-2673

Monarch Place
Portland, Maine
(207)274-3939

DRUG AND ALCOHOL ADDICTION RECOVERY CENTERS & RESOURCES – WINDHAM, ME
https://www.recovery.org/browse/windham-me/

INPATIENT DRUG & ALCOHOL REHAB PROGRAMS – WINDHAM, ME
https://www.rehabs.com/local/windham-me

ALCOHOL AWARENESS COUNCIL
https://www.alcohol.org

Alcoholtreatment.net 
https://www.alcoholtreatment.net
1-800-247-9938

Alcoholrehabguide.org
www.AlcoholRehabGuide.org/resources/underage-drinkin

Psycom Awareness Group
PsyCom.net

Drugrehab.com 
https://www.drugrehab.com/guides/parents/

The Recovery Village 
https://www.therecoveryvillage.com/alcohol-abuse/

Addiction Resource
https://www.addictionresource.com 

Detox Rehabs
http://detoxrehabs.org/

Addiction Center 
https://www.addictioncenter.com

Mental Health Emergency

Bridgton Hospital
10 Hospital Dr, Bridgton, Maine
(207)
647-6000

Mercy Hospital: Psychiatry
144 State St, Portland, Maine
(207) 879-3526

Spring Harbor
123 Andover Rd, Westbrook, Maine
(207) 761-2200

Substance Abuse Emergency

Mercy Hospital: Recovery
40 Park St., Westbrook, Maine
(207) 857-8282

Outpatient and Medically-Assisted

CAP Quality Care, Westbrook, Maine
(207) 856-7227

Catholic Charities, Portland, Maine
(207) 775-5671

Discovery House, South Portland, Maine
(207) 774-7111

Grace Street Services, Portland
(207) 245-1800

Groups Recover Together, Portland
(207) 637-6237

Maine Behavioral Healthcare, Westbrook
(207) 856-1500

Merrimack River Medical Services, Portland, Maine
(207) 221-2292

Public Health & Alcohol-Related Injuries

https://healthinformatics.uic.edu/resources/infographics/public-health-surveillance-and-alcohol-related-injuries/

Educational Material for Parents and Youth

Parents:

The Developing Brain [Opportunity Alliance – pdf]

Download and print the Parents Tip Card [pdf]

Tips for Parents of Teens Entering High School [pdf]

How to Answer: But YOU smoked weed when you were younger!  [YouTube video]

Information on the Teen Brain & Substance Abuse  [Partnership for Drug-Free Kids]

How to Talk to Teens about Substance use Prevention [Partnership for Drug-Free Kids]

How to Practice Talking to your Teen about Alcohol Use  [SAMHSA – Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration]

Maine Parents website [SA – Office of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services]

Prescription Drug Disposal [Opportunity Alliance – pdf]

Youth:

Party Smarter: Plan – Prepare – Pace [Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention]

Alcohol Screening – How much is too much?