Acadia Family Center

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Acadia Family Center
Acadia Family Center is listed in the Drug Abuse & Addiction Information & Treatment category in Southwest Harbor, Maine. Displayed below is the only current social network for Acadia Family Center which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Acadia Family Center on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 72.

Contact information for Acadia Family Center is:
1 Fernald Point Rd
Southwest Harbor, ME 04679
(207) 244-4012
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FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! AFC is happy to offer a community screening of Generation Found Sunday, February 12, 2017 2 pm Reel Pizza Discussion to follow

In April the Bangor Savings Bank foundation will award $100,000 to 40 non-profits. Please vote for Acadia Family center and help us be one of the 40!!! We are in the Hancock/Washington County category. $5000 could really help our treatment center! Thanks in advance. http://www.bangor.com/Community-Support/Community-Matters-More.aspx
With thousands of votes cast by the people of Maine during the 2016 Community Matters More campaign, the Bangor Savings Bank Foundation will donate $100,000 to the following 68 Maine-based non-profit organizations throughout the State. Congratulations to the following 2016 Community Matters More win...

78% of 10,000 teens surveyed admitted to having tried alcohol. How to spot drug and alcohol abuse in your child. http://www.abcactionnews.com/brand-spotlight/how-to-spot-drug-and-alcohol-abuse-in-your-child-dacco
Drug and alcohol abuse may seem like a distant problem, but they could be affecting your home by way of your teenager.

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The Office of Drug Control Policy is Changing the Language of Addiction! The DISEASE OF ADDICTION A person with a SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER A PERSON IN RECOVERY MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT These are all very powerful changes to break the stigma attached to people in treatment and recovery! https://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/whitehouse.gov/files/images/Memo%20-%20Changing%20Federal%20Terminology%20Regrading%20Substance%20Use%20and%20Substance%20Use%20Disorders.pdf