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Substance Abuse Services

Substance Abuse Services are the responsibility of the Office of Substance Abuse (OSA). OSA plans, develops, implements, coordinates and evaluates all of the State's alcohol and drug abuse prevention and treatment activities and services.  OSA must provide treatment for any person who is dependent on or abuses alcohol or other substances in violation of the law.  OSA provides services to both adults and children.  OSA contracts with outpatient and residential service providers to provide substance abuse services in the State.

To access Substance Abuse Services, contact the DHHS office in your region.

Link to these services on the DHHS website:
http://www.maine.gov/dhhs/osa/


Maine State System pages:

The Maine State System  |  Directory of Services
Department of Corrections (DOC) | Department of Education (DOE)
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)  |  Department of Labor (DOL)


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