ABOUT CAP QUALITY CARE
CAP Quality Care in Southern Maine provides outpatient treatment for adults and teens dealing with opiate addiction. The center is ran by the Center for Addictive Problems (CAP) that operates two other locations in Illinois.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
CAP Quality Care offers opiate treatment through methadone maintenance, counseling sessions, support groups, and crisis intervention on an outpatient basis. Teens under the age of 17 require parent/guardian consent.
An assessment compiled by a doctor, nurse, and counselor is used to determine treatment plans. Clients will meet one-on-one with a counselor and must attend treatment seven days a week for the first 90 days.
Group therapy sessions are offered 40 to 50 times per month and cover topics including anger management, pain management, communication, recovery skills, parenting, and addiction education. Special groups are offered for mothers, fathers, and women. Hepatitis C and HIV education and referral is offered.
CAP Quality Care employs a medical director and physicians, nurses, counselors, and licensed social workers.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
The one alum polled by Best-rehabs.com gave a mostly positive review. The anonymous reviewer gave four out of five stars for most of the 15 measured metrics, including holistic programming, counseling options, and treatment for co-occurring disorders. They gave an average three out of five stars for treatment effectiveness. “The counselors are caring and supportive,” wrote the alum, who gave five out of five stars for staff experience and training.
Reviews on Google are near perfect, where eleven reviewers gave an average 4.9 out of five stars. “Amazing doctor and wonderful staff,” wrote reviewer Jessica. “Everyone is respectful of your treatment and they do not label anyone and put you in FULL control of your treatment.” “This is a great program!! As long as u want it to work it will work,” wrote alum T.J. 
Danielle, the sole reviewer on the facility’s Facebook page that it can edit, commented: “Cap is amazing with what they do. They help so many people and I’ve always been treated kindly and with respect.” 
WHAT STAFF SAY
Though no current or former employees have responded to a Best-rehabs.com survey, three reviewers gave an overall four out of five stars to the facility. “This is an amazing treatment facility and it was great working there,” wrote a former employee. “The staff are all caring individuals who care about the recovery of there patients.” A former administrative assistant at the Maine location added: “The counselors were awesome and always willing to give a helping hand.” 
Cap Quality Care’s website lists methadone maintenance treatment as $90 a week with an initial $90 intake fee. The facility also accepts private insurance and Medicaid and will bill methadone clinical services weekly. Clients in need can also work with Cap Quality Care to develop a payment plan.