Northern Light Addiction Care is accepting new patients!
Patients can be seen quickly — often within a few days. Acadia accepts most insurances, but if you do not have insurance, our staff will work with you to find coverage or apply for financial assistance.
Call us today at 207.973.6100 to begin your path to recovery.
Addiction, sometimes referred to as Substance Use Disorder, is a disease and it needs treatment, not judgment. Addiction is characterized as being a mild, moderate, or severe dependence on substances such as drugs, alcohol, and prescription medication, or engaging in behaviors that become compulsive and often continue despite harmful consequences. Many people living with addiction go on to live healthy, fulfilling lives with the help of Medication Assisted Treatment, counseling, medication management, and/or behavioral therapies.
We believe in an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust. You will receive compassionate, individualized care at Acadia Hospital provided by a highly skilled and knowledgeable staff of physicians, nurses, and mental health and addiction counselors.
Evidence shows that many people living with addiction also have an underlying mental illness. Our providers can diagnose mental health issues you may be experiencing to give you the best chance for recovery.
Addiction Care services at Acadia Hospital
- Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT*) using Methadone and Suboxone
- Group and individual counseling/therapy (offered via telehealth video conferencing!)
- Medication management
- Case management
The first step is to call us today at 207.973.6100 to learn more about our services and begin your path to recovery. Our team will help you find the services you need because we’re with you - every step of the way.
Maine Opioid Crisis
As the most expansive integrated health system in Maine, Northern Light Health is committed to providing access to prevention, education and treatment services for opioid and other substance abuse disorders. We’ve assembled these additional resources
for members of our communities to learn more about this epidemic and connect to the help they may need.