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Alateen- online meetings
(207) 284-1844
Alateen is a fellowship of young people whose lives have been affected by someone else's drinking and/or substance use. Get a free download of the Al-Anon Family Groups app via the Google or Apple store. Once you have registered on the app, click on “Meeting” in the lower left corner. Alateen meetings on the mobile app: Mondays at 6:00PM, Wednesdays at 7:00PM, Thursdays at 7:30PM. Teens only. Two certified Al-Anon adult sponsors host each meeting. Video must be on in order to participate in the meeting.
Maine Recovery Advocacy Project (ME-RAP) Youth Group
11 Free St.
The Me-RAP Youth Caucus is led by and for young people who have been directly impacted by addiction, overdose, incarceration, and recovery. The group meets weekly to plan and host youth led events in their community and support other young people.
Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach (A-CRA)
14 Steve's Lane, Marshfield
A trauma-informed, operant behavioral approach that attempts to make a substance-free lifestyle more rewarding than continued use. Through this approach, clinicians and clients work collaboratively (in individual sessions) to establish trust and safety, empower voice/choice, identify individual goals, examine the function served by the use of substances, create a functional analysis of pro-social behaviors, and increase family/caregiver involvement. Based on studies, it is believed that A-CRA is developmentally and culturally appropriate for all genders, various ethnic groups, and individuals with co-occurring diagnoses.
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