Top 4 Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers Near Falmouth, Maine

Falmouth Maine is a northern suburb of Portland and is a fast-growing community of more than 11,000 residents. With a perfect 100 education quality score, Falmouth was named a top city to “Live and Learn” by Forbes Magazine in 2011. However, substance abuse remains an issue.

Rehab Centers In Falmouth, Maine

Falmouth is located in Cumberland County and is about five miles from Portland. The majority of addiction treatment resources for Falmouth residents are in central and South Portland. Falmouth has no drug or alcohol use disorder treatment programs within town limits.

Rehab Centers Near Falmouth, Maine

As a suburb of Portland, Falmouth has access to over 25 addiction treatment centers in the greater Portland area. Portland offers options for substance use disorder residential treatment, outpatient treatment, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), medically supervised detox, and other services.

Catholic Charities, Portland, Maine

Catholic Charities offers many different services for individuals affected by substance use disorders. The organization provides medication-assisted treatment (MAT) with Suboxone and Vivitrol, individual counseling and therapy, and group therapy for individuals in different stages of recovery. Catholic Charities also has walk-in appointments at its Portland offices.

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FACDC Caring Counseling For You, Portland, Maine

FACDC Caring Counseling for You offers substance use disorder counseling and mental health counseling focused on food addiction. The organization offers group and individual counseling for substance use disorders, and the DEEP program. Support groups for individuals receiving medication-assisted treatment (MAT) with suboxone are available, as well as aftercare services.

Crossroads Back Cove, Portland, Maine

Crossroads offers gender-specific treatment and recovery programs for substance use and co-occurring disorders. The Women’s Residential Program is a 30-day gender-responsive, holistic recovery program that is intended to support long-term recovery. Services are also available for co-occurring eating and substance use disorders.

Liberty Bay Recovery Center, Portland, Maine

Liberty Bay is an insurance-based residential treatment provider which offers detox programs, residential treatment, a partial hospitalization program (PHP), an intensive outpatient program (IOP), a traditional outpatient program, and aftercare services. Liberty Bay offers individualized treatment plans, group therapy, and individual counseling sessions.

Substance Abuse in Falmouth & Cumberland County

Maine’s Department of Health and Human Services maintains statistics on substance use disorders and health indicators for the state. Information is available on a county level, including Cumberland County. Here are some statistics:

  • Cumberland County had a rate of 15.5 drug-related deaths per 100,000 residents in 2014, according to Maine’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.
  • In 2014, Cumberland County had the highest rate of emergency medical services response (EMS) for drug-related causes with an average of 32.7 EMS calls per 10,000 residents.
  • Statewide, Maine EMS services administered 829 doses of naloxone for overdoses in 2014.
  • Cumberland County had the highest rate of arrests for opium, cocaine, and derivatives in 2014.

Traveling For The Best Program

Falmouth has no alcohol or drug rehab centers within town limits. Residents will need to travel a short distance to Portland for outpatient or residential substance use disorder services or consider traveling out-of-state for even more options. Contact to learn which programs in Maine or nearby states will be best for your recovery.

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