Aroostook Recovery Center of Hope to hold grand re-opening

2 years ago

HOULTON, Maine — Aroostook Recovery Center of Hope is pleased to announce the center has moved to 106 Main Street in downtown Houlton. The grand re-opening will be held Saturday, Oct. 22 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with coffee, refreshments and door prizes. All visitors are welcome.

 Located across the street from the Greater Houlton Chamber of Commerce/The Aroostook County Historical and Art Museum, ARCH is a place where individuals can come and receive support for their recovery journey, connecting people to resources and also serve as a venue for various recovery meetings.

 “We are excited about our move,” shared Gregg Spelta, volunteer coordinator and peer support specialist. “The larger location is ideal for more individuals to seek our services. It’s also within walking distance of many other amenities that Houlton has to offer.”

ARCH is open to everyone including people in recovery, people struggling with substance/alcohol/opioid use disorder(s), affected others, allies, and community members.

 ARCH is a service of Aroostook Mental Health Services, Inc. in partnership with Link for Hope. The center is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on some weeknights and weekends. For more information about ARCH services, recovery groups and more please contact Spelta by email at or by phone at 207-254-2213.

 Celebrating more than 57 years, AMHC is a nonprofit organization supporting nearly 5,500 clients annually. The agency has 26 service sites and 325 employees located across Aroostook, Hancock and Washington counties providing mental health, substance use, crisis, and sexual assault services. For more information, connect with AMHC at