Resources


Frequently Asked Questions about Opioid Use Disorder and IMAT

This pamphlet includes information about Opioid Use Disorder and Integrated Medication-Assisted Treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions about Prescription Opioids

This pamphlet includes information on the names of prescription opioids, side effects, risks, and safe use.

General Principles for the Use of Pharmacological Agents to Treat Individuals with Co-Occurring Mental and Substance Use Disorders | SAMHSA

Offers general principles to assist in the planning, delivery, and evaluation of pharmacologic approaches to support the recovery of individuals with co-occurring disorders. Covers engagement,...

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation | Addiction-Informed Mental Health Services

Rehab and recovery services at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation address co-occurring mental health issues.

How to Safely Store and Get Rid of Medicines

This pamphlet contains information on storage and disposal of medications.

Conference Materials

2016 • Integrating Tobacco Treatment

ICD-10 Codes for Tobacco/Nicotine Dependence and Secondhand Smoke Exposure

This program featured various local experts who are addressing tobacco policy, treatment of co-occurring conditions, best practice assessments and treatment plans. Participants also learned from...

Identifying and Helping Patients with Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Disorders: A Guide for Primary Care Providers | SAMHSA

A fact sheet to aid primary care providers in identifying and helping patients with the co-occurring disorders (CODs) of substance abuse and mental disorders. Discusses...

Innovative Solutions for Building Recovery with Alternatives to Psychotropic Medication

A DVD of two keynote presentations in Freeport, Maine.

Integrated Care Models | SAMHSA-HRSA

Evidence, examples, and models supporting primary and behavioral healthcare integration.

Maine Al-Anon Family Groups

Visit the website for a list of meetings. Al-Anon is a fellowship of those who are affected by another’s drinking who come together to share...

Maine Alcoholics Anonymous

207-774-4335 or 1-800-737-6237 | 24 hours | Visit the website for a list of meetings. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women...

Maine Alliance for Addiction Recovery (MAAR)

MAAR is a statewide recovery community organization that organizes people in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction and recovery allies into a unified recovery presence...

Maine Kids: The Way Life Should Be

Knowledge Dissemination Conference: Adolescent Mental Health & Substance Use Disorders | Monograph of Conference Proceedings May 9–10, 2000

Maine Narcotics Anonymous

1-800-974-0062 This website serves the Maine Area of Narcotics Anonymous (MASCNA) and the Eastern Maine Area of Narcotics Anonymous (EMASCNA). They offer a helpline, a...

Maine Office of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services (SAMHS)

SAMHS is the single state administrative authority responsible for the planning, development, implementation, regulation, and evaluation of substance abuse and mental health services.

Maine Quality Counts

Maine Quality Counts is a regional healthcare collaborative where the people who get, provide and pay for health care come together to improve health care...

Conference Materials

2016 • Integrating Tobacco Treatment

MaineCare Tobacco Treatment Billing

This program featured various local experts who are addressing tobacco policy, treatment of co-occurring conditions, best practice assessments and treatment plans. Participants also learned from...

MaineHealth Opioid Use Disorder | Medication-Assisted Treatment

MaineHealth shares your concerns about how the opioid epidemic is affecting our communities. Our providers work to treat pain safely and effectively, while lowering the...

MaineHealth Opioid Use Treatment & Resources

As a clinician, you strive to provide the best evidence-based, patient-centered care to your patients. MaineHealth wants to provide you with up-to-date information about current...

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) | SAMHSA

SAMHSA’s page on medication-assisted treatment.