Operation HOPE: Heroin-Opiate Prevention Effort

"I am blessed with a second chance, and that is due to the fantastic program you have started, with people who really care. You saved my life and for that I owe you so much"

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"I am blessed with a second chance, and that is due to the fantastic program you have started, with people who really care. You saved my life and for that I owe you so much"


The Scarborough Police Department started Operation HOPE in 2015, modeled after a successful program in Gloucester, Mass. Operation HOPE’s mission is to enable Mainers suffering from opioid addiction to seek help and experience recovery. The program aims to reduce overdose deaths and help people access life-saving health treatment through its collaborative partnerships, regardless of insurance or income level. Mainers from every corner of the state are turning to Operation HOPE for access to recovery services; nearly 350 individuals have been helped by Operation HOPE to date. Read more about Operation HOPE here.

Operation HOPE is located at the Scarborough Police Department, 246 US Route 1, Scarborough, Maine

Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - Noon (excluding holidays)