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  Acadia Family Center is a licensed substance abuse agency that provides outpatient treatment and resources for recovery on Mount Desert Island and surrounding communities. We offer a continuum of treatment services which include outpatient counseling for alcohol and drug abuse/addiction, counseling for those affected by another's addiction, outreach and prevention.

Our experienced clinicians provide services to adults, adolescents, and families who wish to overcome addiction to alcohol, illegal and prescription drugs and related mental health disorders in a supportive and caring environment.
 

Rescheduled due to storm forecast
Burgers & Blues now on February 10th

The Acadia Family Center will host its annual Burgers & Blues event Tuesday, January 27 February  10th at 6:30 pm at Sips Café in Southwest Harbor to benefit the Nathan Bright Keegan Memorial Education Fund.

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Josh Kane Joins AFC Board of Directors

Acadia Family Center has welcomed Josh Kane of Bar Harbor to the AFC Board, announced Sam Hamill, Chair. “Josh will be a fine addition to our group, and we look forward to working with him to offer information about drug and alcohol abuse and addiction, and resources for recovery, to people on Mount Desert Island and the surrounding communities,” said Mr. Hamill.

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Our treatment philosophy is recovery oriented, strengths based, and rooted in resilience. We utilize traditional cognitive behavioral therapies as well as alternative and expressive art therapies.

 

In our view the best treatment is prevention; the active, assertive process of creating conditions that promote well-being. In holding to that view, we prioritized prevention activities in local schools.

 

 
 
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