Choose a safe and welcoming

The community you join will affect how you recover. You can rest easy when you choose our substance use recovery center because we always uphold our four core beliefs:

  • Recovery is a process that's unique to every person
  • There are many different paths to recovery and no "one size fits all"
  • There's never any reason to feel ashamed of seeking help
  • A supportive community is vital to successful recovery
We strive to create a safe, non-judgmental environment where everyone can feel welcome, no matter what stage of recovery you're at. Join our community today to get help with long-term substance use recovery.

The Four Pillars of BARN's Foundation

Recovery is a Process
There are many pathways to recovery
Recovery overcomes shame and stigma
Supporting recovery is a community responsibility

No One Should Deal With Addiction Alone

Visit our peer run recovery community center in Brewer, ME

Recovering from substance addiction isn't easy, but there's help on your journey. Bangor Area Recovery Network is an addiction recovery community center in Brewer, ME that brings people of all backgrounds together to create a solid support system. We offer a variety of addiction recovery resources, including over 100 meetings a month, recovery coaching and sober living.

Our addiction recovery community center serves the Brewer and Bangor, Maine areas with more than just coaching. You'll have a network of resources to help you move forward at your own pace, including access to other facilities in the area. We also provide a substance-free event rental space at our location for people who want to host their own meetings or celebrations.

Take the first step toward addiction recovery by visiting our center today.

Virtual recovery meetings | Recovery coaching | Recovery Housing

Help our community grow

Bangor Area Recovery Network is a recovery network for the community, by the community. As a non-profit organization, we work off the volunteered time and service of our members. If you're looking for a way to give back, check out our various volunteer opportunities. You can offer your time to help people on the path to recovery or join one of our committees to help move our mission forward.

Call 207-561-9444 for more information.