The Alliance for Addiction and Mental Health Services, Maine is a statewide association of treatment and peer recovery programs and providers representing the majority of Maine state licensed services. Our member agencies represent the full continuum of behavioral health – mental health, alcohol and other drug use and addiction treatment services, and peer recovery supports.
To find a specific agency, select from the alphabetical listings below.
The Addiction Resource Center (ARC) offers confidential treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. ARC has two convenient locations in Brunswick and Damariscotta. As a program of Mid Coast Hospital, the Addiction Resource Center is fully accredited by the Joint Commission. This Gold Seal of Approval® demonstrates our compliance with the Joint Commission’s national standards for healthcare quality and safety. The ARC is also licensed to provide prevention and treatment services, co-occurring mental health disorders treatment, and driver education and evaluation. Locations in Damariscotta and Brunswick. Click here for a link to the ARC website.
Alternative Services-Northeast, Inc (ASI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting two populations of adults: people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and individuals with mental illness through residential, case management, and in-home support programs. We are licensed to provide services in Maine. Click here for a link to the ASI website.
Androscoggin Home Healthcare & Hospice has been providing professional home health and behavioral health services to Maine residents since 1991. Our mission is to provide the best possible care to clients and their families throughout Maine. Click here for a link to Androscoggin Home Healthcare & Hospice
Aroostook Mental Health Center (AMHC) offers a comprehensive and integrated array of mental health, substance abuse, brain injury health services. AMHC is also dedicated to enhancing community awareness and understanding of mental health, substance abuse, and brain injury issues. Consultation on social and behavioral issues is provided to hospitals, schools, churches, businesses, nursing and boarding homes, law enforcement, courts and their healthcare providers. Based in Caribou, Maine, AMHC offers services throughout Northern, Central and Downeast areas of Maine. Click here for a link to AMHC.
Assistance Plus is a home health care, behavioral health and developmental disabilities organization specializing in providing the best in- home health care, developmental disabilities, and behavioral health services for all ages in the State of Maine. Assistance Plus provides both adult and children’s behavioral health services. Specific services include community intergration, daily living support services, skills development, targeted case management, and behavioral health home services. Assistance Plus cover Kennebec, Somerset, Franklin, Lincoln, Waldo, Sagadohooc, Knox, Oxford, and some of Cumberland and Penobscot counties. Click here for a link to Assistance Plus.
Catholic Charities Maine has been working since 1966 to provide help and create hope for individuals, families, and children in need, regardless of faith or ability to pay. Catholic Charities offers behavioral health services for adults and children. Services include Adult Case Management, and mental health support and recovery services; Children’s Case Management and Functional Family Therapy; Substance Use counseling services; and the St. Francis Recovery Center. Click here for a link to Catholic Charities.
CCSME (Co-Occurring Collaborative Serving Maine) advocates for best practices, encourages professional development, maximizes collaboration, and facilitates integrated health and behavioral health services. CCSME, a leader in system change, is disseminating, training and providing technical assistance for evidence-based practices and consensus practice models for integrated treatment and prevision. CCME encourages professional development and resource development among individuals and organizations serving those affected by co-occurring conditions. Click here for a link to CCSME.
Common Ties promotes the health and wellness of the citizens of Androscoggin County by providing programs supporting recovery from the combined challenges of physical, mental, and substance use illnesses. To the citizens of the Androscoggin Valley who experience a mental illness, they provide the services and resources needed to live a quality life in their own home town. Click here for a link to Common Ties.
Community Care is a private non-profit agency that serves youth, families and adults in the state of Maine who are affected by, or who are living with, mental health, behavioral health, trauma, abuse, neglect, and/or poverty issues. Their mission is to provide quality community-based services that are timely and effective in promoting the health, well being, and independence of individuals and families. Out of offices in Bangor, Skowhegan and Bideford, Community Care offers services in York, Cumberland, Oxford, Hancock, Penobscot, Somerset, Waldo, and Franklin counties. Click here for a link to Community Care.
Community Caring Collaborative, operating in Washington County, supports and expands collaboration across agencies to create new services and opportunities that result in greater hope, health, and well-being for vulnerable community members. Community Caring Collaborative convenes agency partners at regular monthly meetings; offers annual training and TA across topics that support shared skills, knowledge, and values; provides flexible barrier removal funds to partner agencies’ to support client/family goals; and builds shared, strengths-based programs to respond to community issues and strengthen outcomes for individuals, children, and families as well as agencies working to serve them. Community Caring Collaborative has partnered with health, behavioral health, substance use treatment, and early childhood entities since 2007. Community Caring Collaborative currently offers a rural model of early childhood mental health consultation free for families, educators, and caregivers for children 0-8 called Early Childhood Consultation and Outreach. Click here for a link to Community Caring Collaborative.
Community Health & 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, and northern Maine. CHCS provides services to adults with severe and prolonged mental illness who need assistance in achieving and maintaining independence while living within their community; children and their families who are in need of intensive help in dealing with emotional and behavioral problems; and persons who are homebound and recuperating from a serious or terminal illness or who may be in need of home health or hospice services while dealing with a disability or end-of-life process. Click here for a link to CHCS.
COR Health’s mission is to provide superior, quality home and community health services by supporting diversity and individuality, by valuing and promoting cultural competency, and by implementing and demonstrating best practices and compliance. COR Health is committed to continuous improvement and consistency in applying informed, evidenced based services in an effort to maximize independence and quality of life while focusing on compassionate care, choice, and dignity. COR Health’s success depends upon the commitment of our employees to provide their very best. With this in mind, we promise to treat all of our employees as we would our clients, with respect and concern for their well-being. Click here for a link to COR Health
Crisis and Counseling Centers is dedicated to providing the best quality behavioral health services to families and individuals in central Maine. Services offered include 24/7 crisis response services in Kennebec and Somerset counties; outpatient treatment for mental health, substance abuse and co-occurring disorders; Correctional Health Care Services; and Medication Management. Click here for a link to CCS.
Crossroads Maine provides gender responsive addiction and behavioral health treatment services in a safe and respectful environment so individuals and families can lead healthy lives. They offer residential treatment services in Windham and Portland for women, and offer addiction and mental health counseling at the outpatient level for both men and women with ofices in Scarborough and Kennebunk. Click here for a link to Crossroads.
Day One’s mission is to dramatically reduce substance abuse and address mental health needs among Maine youth to help them live productive, healthy and rewarding lives. Services offered include family and individual counseling, homeless teen outreach, case management, an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), corrections services, a Residential Treatment Program, and continuing care post program graduation. School-based services provide prevention programs and on-site substance abuse and mental health counseling in Maine middle and high schools. Click here for a link to Day One.
Genoa telepsychiatry Genoa Healthcare Telepsychiatry makes specialized mental health services easily available to underserved communities by connecting patients to licensed professionals via our HIPAA-compliant software. With telepsychiatry, patients can receive mental health care in the comfort of their local clinic and with the full support of an on-site clinical staff. Click Here for a link to Genoa Telepsychiatry
Kennebec Behavioral Health’s mission is to promote the well-being of persons who experience mental illness, emotional difficulties or behavioral challenges. The agency provides a continuum of high quality, innovative, community-based prevention, education, treatment and rehabilitation services. KBH operates comprehensive community mental health centers in Maine reaching from Rockland to Lewiston, and offers more than a dozen programs and services. Click here for a link to Kennebec Behavioral Health.
At Maine Behavioral Healthcare, we are creating pathways to promote healthier people and communities. Treating the mind and body together at over 30 treatment locations statewide. Connecting people to quality care. Click here for a link to Maine Behavioral Healthcare.
Maine Behavioral Health Organization (MBHO) provides adult and child targeted case management, outpatient counseling, medication management, and employee assistance. MBHO also offers Behavioral Health Home services and rehabilitative and community support services for children with cognitive impairments and functional limitations. MBHO has two locations in Augusta and Skowhegan. Click here for a link to MBHO.
MaineGeneral Medical Center/MaineGeneral Health has service locations in Augusta, Sidney, Waterville and Skowhegan. MaineGeneral offers a full range of care for people with mental health and substance abuse needs. From inpatient acute stabilization through an array of outpatient services, their goal is to help people and families build healthy relationships and satisfying lives. MaineGeneral’s mental health and substance abuse services are offered in Kennebec and Somerset counties. Whether your needs are short-term or long-lasting, they are here to help. Their counseling program serves all ages; all of the other programs they offer are for individuals 18 years old and older. Click here for a link to MaineGeneral.
Milestone Recovery supports people facing addiction and homelessness in Maine. Its mission is to provide the best quality services to empower individuals with substance use and behavioral health disorders to attain stability, dignity, recovery, and an enhanced quality of life. Through evidence-based treatments the organization assists individuals suffering with addiction find safety, community and recovery. Milestone offers a continuum of services, including homeless outreach and overnight shelter, medically managed detoxification, residential treatment, transitional housing and aftercare programs. Click here for a link to Milestone.
Northern Light Health, Eastern Maine Medical Center serves communities throughout central, eastern, and northern Maine. We are committed to providing the highest level of care in our region. We are committed to our community as well, caring for everyone, even those who can’t afford to pay. We stand ready, 24 hours a day. Because the way we see it, nothing should stand in the way of your health. Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center and its staff of more than 450 physicians provide three-quarters of the primary-care services in the Bangor area, specialty and intensive services and is a level II trauma center. Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center is part of a not-for-profit organization. Click here for a link to Northern Light Health
NFI North has been providing key services for children, youth, families, adults and seniors within New Hampshire and Maine since 1990. Over the past twenty years the organization has continually worked to develop small community based services, using evidence based practices that are designed to meet the individual psychological, emotional, behavioral, and educational needs of individuals. NFI North provides a vast array of Behavioral Health programs and services in Maine and New Hampshire. Click here for a link to NFI.
Pathways Health’s mission is to ensure the provision of accessible, effective, high quality community-based counseling and behavioral health services as an alternative to traditional institutional care. Pathways of Maine is dedicated to ensuring that all clients have access to professional community-based care, proven treatment methods and comprehensive services planning. Pathways offers a wide variety of programs across the country that share a primary commitment to provide care that builds on our clients strengths and addresses to their unique individual needs. Click here for a link to Pathways.
Penquis C.A.P., Inc. provides quality community health and social services for adults, children and families affected by cognitive or developmental disabilities, behavioral or mental health challenges, domestic violence, or acquired brain injuries. Vision: Penquis is committed to improving quality of life for those we serve and our employees by providing opportunities for personal growth, learning, transformation, employment, and self-fulfillment. Click here for a link to Penquis C.A.P.
The Portland Public Health Division improves the health of all people in the community by working together to prevent disease, promote health, and protect residents from environmental threats. Click here for a link to Portland Public Health
Portland Recovery Community Center is a safe haven for people in addiction recovery and offers a home for meetings and activities devoted to addiction recovery. It is operated by staff and volunteers who are passionate about recovery, and every activity is designed to help people with their daily recovery efforts. PRCC offers peer support to individuals who use a variety of recovery pathways. We know from experience that successful recovery from drugs and alcohol requires support from others. Our center welcomes all who are taking steps to recover. Everything that happens at PRCC is always free of charge. Join us to learn more about our programs and volunteer opportunities! Click here for a link to PRCC.
Rumford Group Homes (RGH) provides a variety of supportive services through the children’s crisis stabilization unit, housing and case management programs, homeless youth outreach services, homeless shelters, and low-income housing to children, adolescents, young adults and families in need of treatment, housing, or support. Established by local individuals with a sincere interest in the welfare of children at risk, RGH has continued to grow and respond to the changing needs of the State of Maine and our local community. We have added community-based case management programs and in recent years we have seen tremendous growth in our Homeless Programs Division. Click here for a link to RGH.
Brighter Heights/SequelCare Maine is made up of two divisions which are Behavioral Health and Home Health. Our statewide services are provided out of three regional offices in Belfast, Brewer, and Yarmouth. The Behavioral Health Division offers intensive behavioral health services to children and adults. Children’s Services include home and community based treatment services, as well as rehabilitative and community support services, Children’s Targeted Case Management, and outpatient therapy. Adult services include daily living support, community integration services, skills development and outpatient therapy. Click here for a link to Brighter Heights
Spurwink provides behavioral health and education services for children, adults and families. They offer numerous programs and services throughout the state of Maine. Services include adult and child outpatient and community based services, as well as case management and services for autism and intellectual disabilities. Click here for a link to Spurwink.
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. Click here for a link to Sweetser
Tri-County Mental Health Services offers hope to the people of Maine by providing trauma-informed, integrated services that promote whole health and wellness. Tri-County offers programs to address behavioral health challenges, substance abuse, developmental/intellectual disabilities, and more. Peer Support Services are central to many of Tri-County’s services. Tri-County is one of Maine’s largest non-profit organizations and is governed locally by a board of community volunteers. Click here for a link to Tri-County.
Wellspring Maine provides mental health and addictions counseling services as well as co-occurring disorder services for clients seeking to improve their lives. Wellspring is a private non-profit agency providing professional substance abuse assessment, diagnosis, and treatment to adults and adolescents regardless of race, ethnicity, sex, religion, political affiliation, marital status, physical, sexual orientation or mental handicap, or ability to pay. Wellspring’s outpatient clinic provides assessment, diagnosis, and treatment for adult and adolescent substance abusers, their families, and other concerned persons. It is the designated service provider for both the juvenile and adult drug courts in Penobscot County and for the Charleston Correctional Facility. Click here for a link to Wellspring.
Wings for Children and Families Inc. provides targeted case management services using the Wraparound Process, which is a planning process that is respectful of your family and makes sure that the best plan is put in place to assure success. Wings also provides case management services to Adults with Intellectual and Developmental disabilities. Wings is a provider of Behavioral Health Homes services. Click here for a link to Wings.
Woodfords Family Services is committed to the support and inclusion of people with special needs and their families in Maine communities. Woodfords Family Services was founded in 1967 by five families that wanted community-based services for their young children with special needs. Fifty years later, Woodfords employs more than 300 people who work with more than 1,500 individuals and families throughout the state. Woodfords offers a continuum of programs and services. Click here for a link to Woodfords.