WMARI Member Shows Our Community “What Recovery Looks Like”

The Advertiser Democrat is publishing a feature series leading up to the 5th Annual Western Maine Recovery Rally, showing Oxford County “what recovery looks like.” The first to share their story is Glenn Gordon, an active member of WMARI and part of th …

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5th Annual Western Maine Recovery Rally, Sunday-September 19th

WMARI is hosting the 5th Annual Western Maine Recovery Rally on Sunday, September 19th, and wants you to join us. Free T-Shirts and masks on a first-come, first-serve basis! We will begin the march from Longley Square (413 Main Street, Norway) and make …

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WMARI’s New Project Coordinator

WMARI is happy to introduce Kari Taylor as its new Project Coordinator. Kari has many years of experience assisting with program management and administrative support in the field of substance use and harm reduction and will be taking part in the day-t …

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Maine Drug Data Hub website

This new website collects a TON of useful data in one place. It’s packed with links to reports and data dashboards, info about how to start distributing naloxone, and much more.  You can even get in touch with someone if you have questions about the da …

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OPTIONS website connects people with recovery pathways

The Maine OPTIONS (Overdose Prevention Through Intensive Outreach Naloxone and Safety) Initiative has a new website to connect people with treatment and recovery pathways and remind people that they’re not alone. Check it out at https://knowyouroptions …

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