Maine Alliance for Addiction Recovery

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About The Maine Alliance for Addiction Recovery organizes people in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction and recovery allies into a unified recovery presence
Description MAAR Staff
Darren Ripley, LADC, CCS, Coordinator

Office 207.621.4111 Fax 207.621.8362 Cell 207.458.4366

MAAR Vision Council

Roberta Rolfe, Recovery Advocate, Recovery Coach

Andrew Kiezulas, Recovery Advocate, Recovery Coach

Dawn Mills, LADC, Tri County Mental Health

Pat Hickey, Recovery Advocate

Awendela M. Dana Penobscot NationDivision of Child Support Enforcement

Mary Jane Rowland, Recovery Coach, Recovery Advocate

Mission Recovery is the overall goal of every treatment and recovery support program that exists in our state. It is a lifelong and personal journey requiring courage and commitment to live in new ways that strengthen a healthy lifestyle free of alcohol or illicit drugs.

MAAR is Maine's leader in creating a recovery oriented system of care for our state, which is centered around the expressed needs of those in recovery. Nationally, this transformative movement strives to change the ways that all recovery support services are developed and provided. MAAR works to create community based peer support programs that build recovery capital.

We need your help!
There are many ways you can participate!

Overview MAAR supporters and volunteers:

•serve as leaders and teachers about addiction recovery
•uphold that people recover through a variety of means; i.e.. 12 step, faith-based, medication assisted, treatment assisted and many others
•serve as Living Proof that recovery from alcohol and drug addiction is a reality
•facilitate Leadership training sessions for recovering people and allies
•work to lessen the stigma and discrimination faced by people with addictions
•collaborate with recovery advocates around the country to change attitudes and beliefs about recovery
•advocate with legislators and policy makers to ensure that Maine people can access the recovery support they need
•volunteer time to plan and support community-based recovery events
•help to create peer recovery support programs that will reach more people
Phone (207) 621-4111
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