The mission of Acadia Healthcare is to maintain our standing as a world-class organization that sets the standard for excellence in the treatment of behavioral health and addiction concerns. In all that we do, we strive to make our services synonymous with clinically excellent care and an unparalleled commitment to our patients, our staff, our communities, and the professionals with whom we collaborate.
The mission of AAMHS (also known as the Alliance) is to represent its membership while advancing mental health and substance use disorder prevention, treatment and recovery oriented systems of care through advocacy, leadership and professional development.
AMHC services address individual needs, respect the rights of each individual, and encourage ongoing individual and/or family responsibility for health and well-being. This builds a foundation of trust in a therapeutic relationship that is vital to ensuring an optimal outcome. AMHC offers a comprehensive and integrated array of mental health, substance abuse, brain injury health services.
Bridge to Success offers Case Management Services to adults and children with developmental disabilities. We provide quality, client centered services to increase independence and quality of life for adults and children with disabilities. Located in Norway and serving Androscoggin, Cumberland, Franklin, and Oxford counties, Bridge To Success supports children, families, and adults in their journey towards making their dreams come true.
If you are addicted to heroin or pain medication and want to regain control , contact a CAP clinic near you. Each patient gets the support, medication and structure which are needed for recovery. At CAP clinics, treatment works.
Licensed by the Department of Health and Human Services, the Children’s Case Management program serves eligible youth from birth to age 20.
Community Health and Counseling Services is a private non-profit organization that provides community-based home health, hospice and mental health services to adults and children in central, eastern, southern and northern Maine. More than 9,000 people benefit each year from the efforts of professional, support, and management staff of the agency.
Connections for Kids focuses on providing children and families with necessary skills-based therapy to help them successfully live happy lives.
The Consumer Council System of Maine (CCSM) represents fellow consumers with an effective, organized voice in shaping public policy and mental health services. CCSM consists entirely of past/present recipients of mental health services (consumers/peers), including all Statewide Consumer Council representatives and paid staff. They lead the way as a well-established cornerstone of a recovery-oriented system of mental health care, moving forward with courage and creativity, directed by an informed, diverse grassroots consumer network.
Crisis & Counseling Centers (C&C) is a private, nonprofit social service agency licensed by the State of Maine as a mental health and substance abuse treatment facility. Many of C&C’s clinicians are dually trained in mental health and substance abuse treatment, and they also provide treatment for co-occurring disorders.
Crossroads is an addiction treatment and behavioral health treatment center that provides gender-responsive treatment programs that enable clients to recover from addiction in a safe, supportive environment and develop the skills and strategies necessary to support long-term recovery from substance use. Additionally, our addiction treatment programs and dual diagnosis treatment programs address the needs of family members to build healthy families and help everyone deal with the impact of substance use in a constructive way.
Services include training and education, assessment, screening, referrals, and treatment for individuals, groups, families, schools, and communities throughout Maine. A wide range of services is available based on individual needs. Please contact call (207) 874-1045 to find out more.
Our mission is to provide high quality, affordable, patient-centered healthcare in the medically underserved communities on Central and Western Maine.
Husson University inspires and prepares students for professional careers in current and emerging fields within the context of an education informed by the sciences and humanities.
Kennebec Behavioral Health (KBH) is located in the heart of central Maine and has been providing comprehensive community mental health services in Maine since 1960. KBH offers clinic-based services including medication management and outpatient counseling for mental health, substance use disorder, and co-occurring disorders at five clinic locations in Augusta, Winthrop, Waterville, Farmington and Skowhegan.
Lifeline for ME, LLC is a mental health and substance use disorder agency for adults founded by a mother and daughter team with many years of experience in these fields. We focus on assisting individuals to become more empowered, more independent, and to be able to recognize their full potential.
Maine Behavioral Healthcare’s 30-plus clinical programs and nearly 30 service locations, from York to Norway to Belfast, is one of the broadest behavioral healthcare programs in the state.
As a coordinated team, we work together to provide participants and their families the most high-quality, specialized care that exists in mental health treatment today.
Proudly supporting the wellness of Maine’s healthcare professionals by providing monitoring, advocacy, treatment resources, referrals, outreach and education for over 30 years.
Maine Pretrial Services, Inc. is a private, nonprofit agency committed to providing pretrial services, post-conviction alternatives, and diversion options throughout the State of Maine.
The Maine Resilience Building Network’s mission is to promote resilience in all people by increasing
the understanding of the impacts of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the importance
of building resilience through protective factors such as positive relationships.
MaineGeneral Health provides comprehensive services for adults through a network of inpatient, outpatient and community-based programs. Adolescents and children are served by counselors at MaineGeneral Counseling. The Edmund N. Ervin Pediatric Center provides a variety of services for children. Services also are linked to other mental health providers and support services in Kennebec and Somerset counties.
The mission of Milestone Recovery is to provide the best quality of services to empower individuals with substance use and behavioral health disorders to attain stability, dignity, recovery and an enhanced quality of life. We offer emergency shelter, medically managed detoxification, community-based outreach and health services, housing assistance, and long-term treatment in Portland and Old Orchard Beach, Maine.
The New England Association of Recovery Court Professionals (NEARCP), is a non-profit consortium of professionals working with and in recovery courts across six states: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Our members work across all recovery court dimensions and include judges, lawyers, treatment providers, case managers, probation and law enforcement officers, and other professionals.
Oxford County Mental Health Services proudly serves the people of Oxford County, promoting community wellness and empowering individuals by providing innovative, person-centered behavioral health services and education.
The Counseling Center provides down-to-earth, confidential mental health services geared specifically to college students and provided by licensed professionals. Addressing a range of concerns – from adjustment and relationship difficulties to anxiety and mood disorders, the Counseling Center supports students navigating their college experience, ultimately reducing the impact of interpersonal, behavioral, and psychological difficulties that could interfere with a student’s quality of life and learning.
Seaside Family Health Care is an open-access primary and acute care facility that also offers behavioral health services located in Old Orchard Beach Maine. This allows me Lourie Swimm, Family Nurse Practitioner, and my partner Michael Ivy, LCSW to provide you with high quality, affordable health care services for the entire family without the constraints of set appointment times. I see all ages from newborn to the older adult. We have expanded services to include behavioral health and case management.
Shalom House helps hundreds of people with serious mental illness each year by providing an array of community-based mental health services and a choice of affordable quality housing where people can escape the stress of homelessness, hunger, and isolation.
Spurwink provides behavioral health and education services for children, adults and families.
Sweetser is a nonprofit community mental health provider with a statewide network of care offering services to people of all ages in mental and behavioral health, intellectual and developmental disabilities, recovery, and education. Accredited by the national Council on Accreditation, Sweetser serves approximately 20,000 children and adults each year.
The Opportunity Alliance works with people to build better lives and stronger communities, providing advocacy, leadership, and support to help individuals, families, and communities identify goals and address their needs.
As one of Portland’s top-rated, state-licensed agencies, our skilled staff includes men and women with over 100 years of combined recovery and treatment experience. We have spent most of our adult lives navigating the challenges and effects of substance abuse, alcohol problems and the treatment process.
Tri-County Mental Health Services offers hope to the people of Maine by providing trauma-informed, integrated services that promote whole health and wellness.
The University of New England is a private research university in Maine with campuses in Portland, Maine and Biddeford, as well as a study abroad campus in Tangier, Morocco.
York County Shelter Programs offers housing in an emergency shelter, two Family Welcoming Centers, a community farm, and at twenty-six houses throughout York County. They are committed to ending homelessness and assisting people to reach their fullest potential by providing access to various levels of housing, personal growth opportunities and community resources.