Now offering Individual, Family, Couples, Telehealth, IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program), groups, and MAT (Medication-assisted Treatment).
See below for more info.
Work individually to address any mental health or substance use needs. Learn to identify your strengths, areas of growth, triggers, develop coping skills, and achieve all of your personal goals to lead a happier life.
Work together to improve your overall communication and functioning as a couple or family. Learn about each other's needs, communication style, conflict resolution, and coping skills to get along better and to more effectively meet each other's needs.
Substance Use Treatment Group
Attend treatment with others to improve your supports, learn new coping skills, and improve the ability to reach your recovery goals! Group treatment is often more effective than individual treatment alone as members share tips for maintaining abstinence and provide social accountability.
Seeking Safety (Womens Group)
Seeking Safety is a women's group providing an evidence-based treatment model that treats co-occurring posttraumatic stress disorder and substance use disorders. Get support alongside other women while addressing the unique challenges facing those struggling with substance use and trauma.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment-IOP
Attend a group setting five days a week to get support, develop coping skills, and obtain the knowledge needed to assist in obtaining and maintaining abstinence. IOP is for those who have struggled to achieve abstinence and need something more than one on one counseling.
IOP #1 9:00am to 12:00pm
IOP #2 10:00am to 1:00pm
Both IOP groups run Mon- Fri
Take advantage of the benefits of working with a medical provider to address your recovery needs with the use of medication-assisted treatment options such as Suboxone, Naltrexone, Vivitrol, etc.
Avalon currently accepts Mainecare and self-pays. (We are currently working on accepting private insurances.)
Call to Enroll (207) 333-1080