Maine Drug Rehab
For help with drug or alcohol addiction and rehabilitation call 1-877-744-3536
Cocaine is available throughout the state in fractional-ounce to kilogram quantities. Methamphetamine is becoming a matter of concern in Maine. Abuse and availability have increased in Aroostook County, as evidenced by reports of Ecstasy seizures at the northern border points Law-enforcement officials in southern Maine continue to encounter ecstasy use, most often associated with rave parties and the student population.
Maine has a number of statutes related to marijuana possession, cultivation, trafficking, therapeutic research programs, paraphernalia, illegal importation, and asset forfeiture. These laws are often cited as the reason that Maine residents must travel to obtain their illicit drugs from out-of-state traffickers wary of the state’s tough drug laws. Massachusetts-based Dominican traffickers continue to be the primary suppliers of high quality heroin to the Maine distributors. ” A significant potential exists for crystal meth production and distribution in the state. Interstate 95 provides an important north-south transportation route for traffickers traveling to sources of supply in several northeastern Massachusetts cities. Maine’s 228 miles of coastline and 3,478 miles of shoreline offer ample opportunities for smugglers.
For help with drug and alcohol addiction call 1-877-744-3536
|Maine Office of Substance Abuse
41 Anthony Ave.
#11 State House Station
Augusta ME 04333-0011