Alcohol Use Disorder

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Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other.

Al-Anon: Maine Al-Anon and Alateen are resources for anyone impacted by a relative or friend’s alcohol dependency, either currently or in the past. Support is provided through literature and meetings, where everything shared remains confidential, as well as the identity of those attending.  

DEEP Driver Education and Evaluation Program: DEEP is a legislatively mandated (5 MRSA c.521, Sub-c. V) operating-under-the-influence (OUI) countermeasure program. The goal of the programs is to reduce the incidences of injury, disability and fatality that result from alcohol and other drug related motor vehicle crashes, and to reduce the risk of re-offense for OUI. DEEP provides effective, efficient, and meaningful interventions such as education, treatment, and counseling services for adults and young adults under the age of 21.

For local community information about resources to help families and individuals meet their needs contact 211 Maine, a free and confidential helpline: