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Frequently Asked Questions

Change is hard. Not changing is harder.

How do I begin?

To schedule an assessment/intake appointment or to begin admission to ODRC, please call 207-667-3210.

You will be met by a counselor who will explain the laws governing confidentiality and begin an assessment process which determines your treatment goals.  Together, the two of you will then discuss the options for treatment and aid you in obtaining services.

Why choose ODRC?

At ODRC, we meet you where you are to improve your quality of life.

  • Walk-ins are welcome!
  • When you make the decision to walk in our door, we move quickly with assessment and enrollment into treatment.
  • We approach addiction as a disease and ODRC integrates a holistic approach, where we treat the whole person, including their mind, body, emotions, and spirit.
  • Our program is designed for the working adult, or for individuals who want to continue on with their daily activities at home while receiving treatment.
  • Our treatment addresses other existing mental health conditions.
  • We offer case management to help navigate barrier to recovery giving you might be facing.
  • At ODRC, you can expect to be treated with compassion in a caring environment.
What does treatment cost?

ODRC’s treatment is covered by most insurance companies, including MaineCare. For individuals who do not have insurance, a sliding fee scale is in place to help make treatment a real possibility.

Is thre a cure for addiction?

With a good, strong recovery program, remission is possible.

What types of addiction do you work with?

We treat chemical additions.

How long does treatment last?

Part one of treatment is a 10 week long Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) followed by a six-month outpatient program. You can expect treatment to last about nine months.

What if treatment has failed in the past?

Addiction is a powerful disease. It’s not uncommon to try recovery and be faced with challenges that cause relapses. It’s important to understand that people grow and change. It’s possible to struggle and relapse and then come back and reach your goals.

What are the benefits of Intensive Outpatient Treatment?

Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) provides a safe environment where you develop clinical support, education and recovery skills to incorporate into your daily living.  Outpatient treatment also provides you and opportunity to establish a sober support network.