Who We Are
New Horizons is a Clinical Managed Detox Center, a program of Wellspring, Inc., located in Hampden, Maine. The program is dedicated to support and treat adults who are struggling with detoxing from opiates and/or alcohol. New Horizon Detox Center offers short term support (3-7 days) while an individual undergoes physical detoxification of opiates and alcohol. While in the Center the client will be provided with psychoeducation skills and aftercare.
To be considered for Detox treatment, you must be:
- Eighteen years of age or older
- Detoxing from Alcohol and/or Opiates and Heroin
- Motivated for Detox Treatment
How are New Horizons Detox Center services accessed?
Individuals interested in detox services may self-refer by calling New Horizons Detox Center – 207-217-6521
The Individual will undergo a brief phone screening by a New Horizons Detox Staff to determine program eligibility. If found eligible for the program the Individual will be provided with Next Steps for gaining medical clearance for the Detox Center. It’s important that the individual contacts New Horizons prior to gaining medical clearance to ensure that New Horizon is an appropriate treatment fit and that there is a bed available.
What is treatment like?
We use a combination of therapy, psycho-education, and medication management to assist in the detoxification process.
- Daily Individual and Group Counseling
- Specialized treatment and medical consultation for clients
- Affective Other Group
- Referrals to a various community and social service resources
- Participation in the 12-Step Community
- Introduction to Bangor Area Recovery Network (BARN)
Will I still get to see my family and friends?
Absolutely. We encourage maintaining healthy relations through visits to help ease the detox process.
What else should I know?
New Horizons Detox Center has adopted a model that helps guests understand, recognize and respond to the effects of trauma and addiction. We believe recovery from extreme stress and adversity requires an environment that promotes healing. Learn more about the Sanctuary Model of Trauma.