Drug Rehabs in Augusta, ME

Augusta is the capital city of Maine and the seat of Kennebec County. Many people in Augusta are facing the challenges of drug addiction; there are treatment centers nearby that provide excellent inpatient and outpatient rehab services.

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Rebound Behavioral Health Hospital

Lancaster , SC


Tarzana Recovery Center – TRC

Tarzana , CA


Oceanside Malibu

Malibu , CA


Lakeview Behavioral Health

Norcross , GA


Riverwoods Behavioral Health System

Riverdale , GA


Midwood Addiction Treatment

Charlotte , NC


Newport Academy – Teen Rehab Center

Atlanta , GA


Harmony Recovery Center

Charlotte , NC

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Drug And Alcohol Addiction In Augusta, Maine

From 2010 to 2019, 2,700 individuals died from an Opioid-related overdose.  In 2017, drug overdoses claimed the lives of 418 people in Maine, the majority of whom were using at least one Opioid, often illegal Fentanyl. Of all the Opioid fatalities recorded in Maine in 2017, 11% occurred in Kennebec County and 3% occurred specifically in Augusta.

In partnership with several state departments, the governor, and the University of Maine, the Maine Drug Data Hub provides data, information, and resources relating to the numerous substance use disorders (SUD) to help combat the overwhelming addiction epidemic. Fortunately, there are treatment centers near your area that specialize in varying rehab services.

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Augusta And The Heroin Crisis

Many people who are struggling with addiction to Opioids, whether illegal or prescribed, also try Heroin. Heroin is a very dangerous and addictive drug. Most people in Augusta who died from an overdose in 2017 used Heroin along with an Opioid such as Fentanyl or Morphine or bought Heroin from drug dealers who secretly laced their product with Fentanyl. Even without the presence of other Opioids, which increases the risk of overdose, Heroin can be lethal. In fact, the Augusta Police Department and the Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office issued an emergency warning to their residents in 2018 about an especially deadly form of Heroin being sold in the city and throughout the county. In Augusta and Kennebec County, men consistently comprise over 70% of the people who lose their lives to opioids or Heroin, and the average age of a person in Augusta who dies from an overdose is 41 years old.

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If you or someone you know is living with an addiction to Opioids, Heroin, or any other substance, contact a treatment provider today. With treatment, anyone can recover from addiction and reclaim their life.



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College Programs

Alcohol & Drug Services

Augusta State University

1120 15th Street
Augusta, GA 30912

Student Counseling & Psychological Services

Georgia Regents University

1120 15th Street
Augusta, GA 30912

Counseling Center

Paine College

1235 Fifteenth Street
Augusta, GA 30901


University of South Carolina-Aiken

1105 Gregg Highway
Aiken, SC 29801

AA and NA Meetings in Augusta

Name Address Fellowship Hours
12th District Central Office of Alcoholics Anonymous 113 Camilla Ave., Martinez, GA 30907 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Monday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Tuesday: 11:00 am - 7:00 pm, Wednesday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Thursday: 11:00 am - 7:00 pm, Friday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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