Please fill out the application & we will get back to you as soon as it has been reviewed.
If you have not been contacted within 1 business day, please give us a call at 207-513-6051 for an intake assessment.
We welcome new residents who are committed to living a life of continued sobriety. Applicants must be over 18 years old and prefer 30 days substance free. Applications are accepted through this online portal. We carefully screen each applicant and conduct a telephone screen prior to approval to ensure a good fit in our homes.
At An Angel's Wing, we are working together all in one place. Our hope is to empower you and weave together to create your own meaningful recovery. Nourishing and balancing the whole person towards recovery by healing mental, emotional, physical and your spiritual self. Taking the steps to sobriety, working hard, and remaining committed can go distances to overcome substance and alcohol use. By committing to treatment and your health generally ensures success in recovery.
Must be in recovery from addiction to drugs or alcohol
Must be 18 years of age or older at time of application
Must be able to meet payment requirements
Prior convictions will be considered on a individual basis and circumstance.
CORY'S PLACE LOCATED IN WINTHROP, MAINE
Focused on women with a priority for women seeking recovery and helping eachother while helping themselves. The home is structured with a focus on recovery, self-care, and healing. A comprehensive recovery home designed for early recovery with a MARR certified, 10 bed woman’s recovery residence.
KRISTOPHER'S HOME LOCATED IN WINTHROP, MAINE
A home focused on women working with CPS to reunify with children. A recovery home dedicated to self-care, and healing. A comprehensive recovery home deisgned for early recovery with a MARR certified 4 bed women's recovery residence.
BETH'S PLACE LOCATED IN LEWISTON, MAINE
Focused on all genders and long term recovery, Beth's place is a LGBTQIA friendly home, and a step down house for people in long term recovery (minimum of 45 days). This home is designed for people who have transitioned to a point in their recovery where less structure is needed.
What do the homes look like? A peer and volunteer run safe home designed for a safe place to live with others in recovery. Our goal is to provide a haven for people in recovery that offers recovery group outings, recovery meetings, support and a welcoming place for all.
all homes are centered on people helping people, while helping themselves. Our homes are safe, peer-driven and provide a positive welcoming environment for all pathways and in all stages of recovery as well as their families and support systems.