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For provider and family specific resources, click on your county in the map. Local, state, and national resources will be shown.

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  • Statewide County Resources

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

  • Androscoggin County Resources

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    Blue Ridge Counseling Center P.A.

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations in Androscoggin County

    • 32 Main Street, Livermore Falls, (207) 897-9000

    Blue Willow Counseling

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: 101 East Avenue, Lewiston, (207) 777-3399
    • Cumberland: 400 Commercial Street, Portland, (207) 777-3399
    • Kennebec: 9 Green Street, Augusta, (207) 777-3399

    Community Clinical Services

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations in Androscoggin County

    • 100 Campus Avenue, Suites A & B, Lewiston (affiliated with St. Mary’s Health System, (207) 755-3434


    Facing Change P.A.

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    877-888-4304

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Health Affiliates Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse agency (connects patients with counselors)

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

    J Michael Graham Counseling Services

    Mental health and substance abuse facility – private practice

    Outpatient Locations in Androscoggin County

    • 12 Laase Avenue, Lewiston, (207) 376-5616

    Pathways of Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Aroostook: Northern Maine Regional Office – 647 Main Street, Suite 14B, Caribou, (207) 492-3009
    • Cumberland:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main Street, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-660
    • Franklin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Hancock: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Kennebec: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Knox:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • MidCoast Satellite Office – 75 Mechanic Street, Room 104W, Rockland, (207) 594-0005
    • Lincoln: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Oxford: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Penobscot:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Piscataquis: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Sagadahoc: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Somerset: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Waldo: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Washington:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Washington County Satellite Office – 10 Barker Street, Calais, (207) 536-5087
    • York:
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main St, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-6600

    Solid Roots Counseling

    Mental health and substance abuse facility – private practices

    Outpatient Locations in Androscoggin County

    • 331 Pine Street, Lewiston, (207) 344-6290

    St. Mary’s Adolescent/Child Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

    • 20-patient unit for patients ages 5 to 18
    • Average Stay: 10-days
    • Patients with psychiatric diagnosis, they will treat substance abuse problems as well but only if they are secondary to a psychiatric disorder
    • Structured treatment: group and individual sessions, school

    Sweetser Affiliates

    Mental health and substance abuse affiliates agency. They have a list of affiliates therapists from across the states. You can search by location then narrow the results down to substance abuse therapists/counselors. The information is updated when the provider sends it in so you may need to call the therapist to verify that they still offer those services.

    Tri-County Mental Health Services

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: 1155 Lisbon Street, Lewiston, (207) 783-9141
    • Cumberland: 32 No. High Street, Suite 1, Bridgton, (207) 647-5629
    • Franklin: 144 High Street, Farmington, (207) 778-3556
    • Oxford:
      • 143 Pottle Road, Oxford, (207) 743-7911
      • 49 Congress Street, Rumford, (207) 364-7981
  • Aroostook County Resources

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    Aroostook Mental Health Center (AMHC)

    Outpatient Locations in Aroostook County:

    • 43 Hatch Drive, 3rd Floor, Caribou • (207) 493-3361
    • 104 East Main Street, Fort Kent • (207) 834-3186
    • 11 Mill Street, Houlton • (207) 532-65-23
    • 88 Fox Street, Suite 101, Madawaska • (207) 728-6341
    • One Edgemont Drive, Presque Isle • (207) 764-3319

    Outpatient Locations in Hancock County:

    • 710 Bucksport Road, Ellsworth, (207) 667-6890

    Outpatient Locations in Washington County:

    • 127 Palmer Street, Calais, (207) 454-0232
    • 14 Steve’s Lane, Marshfield, (207) 255-0996

    County Behavioral Medicine

    Substance abuse and mental health facility

    Outpatient Location in Aroostook County:

    • 34 North Street, Suite 6, Presque Isle • (207) 554-2600

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Healing Hearts LLC

    Substance abuse and mental health facility

    Outpatient location in Aroostook County:

    • 7 Prospect Street, Caribou • (207) 492-1000

    Health Affiliates Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse agency (connects patients with counselors)

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Hope Recovery Services

    Substance abuse and mental health facility

    Outpatient location: 2 Armco Avenue, Caribou • (207) 493-1700

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

    Life By Design PA

    Substance abuse and mental health facility

    Outpatient locations in Aroostook County:

    • 147 Academy Street, Presque Isle (207) 764-6825
    • 27 Birdseye Avenue, Caribou (207) 492-1653
    • 31 Market Street, Fort Kent (207) 834-2332
    • 18 High Street, Houlton (207) 532-9640

    Pathways of Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Aroostook: Northern Maine Regional Office – 647 Main Street, Suite 14B, Caribou, (207) 492-3009
    • Cumberland:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main Street, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-660
    • Franklin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Hancock: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Kennebec: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Knox:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • MidCoast Satellite Office – 75 Mechanic Street, Room 104W, Rockland, (207) 594-0005
    • Lincoln: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Oxford: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Penobscot:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Piscataquis: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Sagadahoc: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Somerset: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Waldo: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Washington:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Washington County Satellite Office – 10 Barker Street, Calais, (207) 536-5087
    • York:
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main St, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-6600

    St. Mary’s Adolescent/Child Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

    • 20-patient unit for patients ages 5 to 18
    • Average Stay: 10-days
    • Patients with psychiatric diagnosis, they will treat substance abuse problems as well but only if they are secondary to a psychiatric disorder
    • Structured treatment: group and individual sessions, school

    Sweetser Affiliates

    Mental health and substance abuse affiliates agency. They have a list of affiliates therapists from across the states. You can search by location then narrow the results down to substance abuse therapists/counselors. The information is updated when the provider sends it in so you may need to call the therapist to verify that they still offer those services.

  • Cumberland County Resources

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    Blue Willow Counseling

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: 101 East Avenue, Lewiston, (207) 777-3399
    • Cumberland: 400 Commercial Street, Portland, (207) 777-3399
    • Kennebec: 9 Green Street, Augusta, (207) 777-3399

    DayOne

    Substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations in Cumberland County

    • 525 Main Street, South Portland, (207) 874-1045
    • They also meet clients at a variety of locations in Southern Maine.

    DayOne School Services

    School Locations in Cumberland County (available at these schools and also can go to an office if a counselor is not at a certain school):

    • Casco Bay High School (Portland)
    • Deering High School
    • Freeport High School
    • King Middle School
    • Portland High School
    • South Portland High School
    • Windham High School

    School Locations in York County (available at these schools and also can go to an office if a counselor is not at a certain school) (207) 874-1045:

    • Biddeford Middle and High Schools
    • The Bridge School (Sanford)
    • Old Orchard Beach High School
    • Sanford High School
    • Sanford Junior High School
    • Thornton Academy

    Facing Change, P.A.

    Mental Health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations in Cumberland County:

    • 12 Revere Street, Portland, (207) 784-0922

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Health Affiliates Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse agency (connects patients with counselors)

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

    Mid Coast Hospital Addiction Resource Center

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Cumberland: 66 Baribeau Drive, Brunswick, (207) 373-6950 or 1-800-244-3805
    • Lincoln: 20 Bristol Road, Damariscotta, (207) 563-2311 or 1-800-244-3805

    Pathways of Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Aroostook: Northern Maine Regional Office – 647 Main Street, Suite 14B, Caribou, (207) 492-3009
    • Cumberland:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main Street, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-660
    • Franklin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Hancock: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Kennebec: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Knox:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • MidCoast Satellite Office – 75 Mechanic Street, Room 104W, Rockland, (207) 594-0005
    • Lincoln: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Oxford: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Penobscot:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Piscataquis: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Sagadahoc: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Somerset: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Waldo: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Washington:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Washington County Satellite Office – 10 Barker Street, Calais, (207) 536-5087
    • York:
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main St, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-6600

    Preble Street Teen Center (Homeless Teen Clinic)

    Service hub for homeless teens – shelter, access to substance abuse and mental health services, etc.

    Outpatient Locations in Cumberland County

    • 343 Cumberland Avenue, Portland, (207) 874-8445

    Spurwink Portland Clinic

    Provides care for children placed in care through the Biddeford and Portland DHHS offices. Serves York, Oxford, and Cumberland counties.

    Spurwink Services
    901 Washington Ave., Suite 100
    Portland, ME 04103
    207.871.1200

    St. Mary’s Adolescent/Child Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

    • 20-patient unit for patients ages 5 to 18
    • Average Stay: 10-days
    • Patients with psychiatric diagnosis, they will treat substance abuse problems as well but only if they are secondary to a psychiatric disorder
    • Structured treatment: group and individual sessions, school

    Sweetser Affiliates

    Mental health and substance abuse affiliates agency. They have a list of affiliates therapists from across the states. You can search by location then narrow the results down to substance abuse therapists/counselors. The information is updated when the provider sends it in so you may need to call the therapist to verify that they still offer those services.

    Top of the Hill Counseling

    Substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations in Cumberland County

    • 142 High Street, Suite 416, Portland, (207) 780-8999

    Tri-County Mental Health Services

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: 1155 Lisbon Street, Lewiston, (207) 783-9141
    • Cumberland: 32 No. High Street, Suite 1, Bridgton, (207) 647-5629
    • Franklin: 144 High Street, Farmington, (207) 778-3556
    • Oxford:
      • 143 Pottle Road, Oxford, (207) 743-7911
      • 49 Congress Street, Rumford, (207) 364-7981
  • Franklin County Resources

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    Evergreen Behavioral Services

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations in Franklin County

    • 131 Franklin Health Commons, Suite A, Farmington, (207) 779-2398

    Farmington Family Medicine

    General care and mental health/substance abuse facility (services for existing patients)

    Outpatient Locations in Franklin County:

    • Ground Floor, Franklin Health Medical Arts Center, 181 Franklin Health Commons, Farmington, (207) 778-3326

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Franklin Health Pediatrics

    General care and mental health/substance abuse facility (services for existing patients)

    Outpatient Locations in Franklin County

    • 1st Floor, Franklin Health Medical Arts Center, 181 Franklin Health Commons, Farmington, (207) 778-0482

    Health Affiliates Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse agency (connects patients with counselors)

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

    Kennebec Behavioral Health

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient services:

    • Franklin: Farmington Office – 116 Narrow Gauge Square, Suite 101, Farmington, (207) 860-3026
    • Kennebec:
      • Winthrop Clinic – 736 Old Lewiston Road, Winthrop, (207) 377-8122
      • Augusta Clinic – 66 Stone Street, Augusta, (207) 626-3455
    • Somerset: Skowhegan Clinic – 5 Commerce Drive, Skowhegan, (207) 474-8368

    Pathways of Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Aroostook: Northern Maine Regional Office – 647 Main Street, Suite 14B, Caribou, (207) 492-3009
    • Cumberland:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main Street, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-660
    • Franklin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Hancock: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Kennebec: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Knox:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • MidCoast Satellite Office – 75 Mechanic Street, Room 104W, Rockland, (207) 594-0005
    • Lincoln: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Oxford: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Penobscot:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Piscataquis: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Sagadahoc: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Somerset: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Waldo: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Washington:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Washington County Satellite Office – 10 Barker Street, Calais, (207) 536-5087
    • York:
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main St, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-6600

    St. Mary’s Adolescent/Child Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

    • 20-patient unit for patients ages 5 to 18
    • Average Stay: 10-days
    • Patients with psychiatric diagnosis, they will treat substance abuse problems as well but only if they are secondary to a psychiatric disorder
    • Structured treatment: group and individual sessions, school

    Sweetser Affiliates

    Mental health and substance abuse affiliates agency. They have a list of affiliates therapists from across the states. You can search by location then narrow the results down to substance abuse therapists/counselors. The information is updated when the provider sends it in so you may need to call the therapist to verify that they still offer those services.

    Tri-County Mental Health Services

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: 1155 Lisbon Street, Lewiston, (207) 783-9141
    • Cumberland: 32 No. High Street, Suite 1, Bridgton, (207) 647-5629
    • Franklin: 144 High Street, Farmington, (207) 778-3556
    • Oxford:
      • 143 Pottle Road, Oxford, (207) 743-7911
      • 49 Congress Street, Rumford, (207) 364-7981
  • Hancock County Resources

    Acadia Family Center

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations in Hancock County

    • 1 Fernand Point Road, Southwest Harbor, (207) 244-4012

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    Aroostook Mental Health Center (AMHC)

    Outpatient Locations in Aroostook County:

    • 43 Hatch Drive, 3rd Floor, Caribou • (207) 493-3361
    • 104 East Main Street, Fort Kent • (207) 834-3186
    • 11 Mill Street, Houlton • (207) 532-65-23
    • 88 Fox Street, Suite 101, Madawaska • (207) 728-6341
    • One Edgemont Drive, Presque Isle • (207) 764-3319

    Outpatient Locations in Hancock County:

    • 710 Bucksport Road, Ellsworth, (207) 667-6890

    Outpatient Locations in Washington County:

    • 127 Palmer Street, Calais, (207) 454-0232
    • 14 Steve’s Lane, Marshfield, (207) 255-0996

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Health Affiliates Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse agency (connects patients with counselors)

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

    Pathways of Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Aroostook: Northern Maine Regional Office – 647 Main Street, Suite 14B, Caribou, (207) 492-3009
    • Cumberland:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main Street, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-660
    • Franklin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Hancock: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Kennebec: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Knox:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • MidCoast Satellite Office – 75 Mechanic Street, Room 104W, Rockland, (207) 594-0005
    • Lincoln: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Oxford: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Penobscot:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Piscataquis: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Sagadahoc: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Somerset: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Waldo: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Washington:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Washington County Satellite Office – 10 Barker Street, Calais, (207) 536-5087
    • York:
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main St, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-6600

    St. Mary’s Adolescent/Child Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

    • 20-patient unit for patients ages 5 to 18
    • Average Stay: 10-days
    • Patients with psychiatric diagnosis, they will treat substance abuse problems as well but only if they are secondary to a psychiatric disorder
    • Structured treatment: group and individual sessions, school

    Sweetser Affiliates

    Mental health and substance abuse affiliates agency. They have a list of affiliates therapists from across the states. You can search by location then narrow the results down to substance abuse therapists/counselors. The information is updated when the provider sends it in so you may need to call the therapist to verify that they still offer those services.

    The Key Clinic, PCHC Pediatrics

    Provides comprehensive medical evaluations for children from Penobscot, Piscataquis, Washington, and Hancock counties.

    Penobscot Pediatrics
    1068 Union Street, Bangor, ME 04401
    207-947-0147

  • Kennebec County Resources

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    Alateen Meeting

    Mondays, 7:00pm at the United Methodist Church – 58 Main Street, Winthro

    Blue Willow Counseling

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: 101 East Avenue, Lewiston, (207) 777-3399
    • Cumberland: 400 Commercial Street, Portland, (207) 777-3399
    • Kennebec: 9 Green Street, Augusta, (207) 777-3399

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Health Affiliates Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse agency (connects patients with counselors)

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

    Kennebec Behavioral Health

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient services:

    • Franklin: Farmington Office – 116 Narrow Gauge Square, Suite 101, Farmington, (207) 860-3026
    • Kennebec:
      • Winthrop Clinic – 736 Old Lewiston Road, Winthrop, (207) 377-8122
      • Augusta Clinic – 66 Stone Street, Augusta, (207) 626-3455
    • Somerset: Skowhegan Clinic – 5 Commerce Drive, Skowhegan, (207) 474-8368

    Pathways of Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Aroostook: Northern Maine Regional Office – 647 Main Street, Suite 14B, Caribou, (207) 492-3009
    • Cumberland:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main Street, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-660
    • Franklin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Hancock: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Kennebec: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Knox:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • MidCoast Satellite Office – 75 Mechanic Street, Room 104W, Rockland, (207) 594-0005
    • Lincoln: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Oxford: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Penobscot:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Piscataquis: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Sagadahoc: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Somerset: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Waldo: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Washington:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Washington County Satellite Office – 10 Barker Street, Calais, (207) 536-5087
    • York:
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main St, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-6600

    St. Mary’s Adolescent/Child Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

    • 20-patient unit for patients ages 5 to 18
    • Average Stay: 10-days
    • Patients with psychiatric diagnosis, they will treat substance abuse problems as well but only if they are secondary to a psychiatric disorder
    • Structured treatment: group and individual sessions, school

    Sweetser Affiliates

    Mental health and substance abuse affiliates agency. They have a list of affiliates therapists from across the states. You can search by location then narrow the results down to substance abuse therapists/counselors. The information is updated when the provider sends it in so you may need to call the therapist to verify that they still offer those services.

  • Knox County Resources

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    Eureka Counseling Services

    Substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Knox: 474 Main Street, Suite 1, Rockland, (207) 594-4006
    • Lincoln: 235 Jefferson Street, Waldoboro, (207) 594-4006

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Health Affiliates Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse agency (connects patients with counselors)

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

    Pathways of Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Aroostook: Northern Maine Regional Office – 647 Main Street, Suite 14B, Caribou, (207) 492-3009
    • Cumberland:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main Street, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-660
    • Franklin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Hancock: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Kennebec: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Knox:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • MidCoast Satellite Office – 75 Mechanic Street, Room 104W, Rockland, (207) 594-0005
    • Lincoln: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Oxford: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Penobscot:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Piscataquis: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Sagadahoc: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Somerset: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Waldo: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Washington:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Washington County Satellite Office – 10 Barker Street, Calais, (207) 536-5087
    • York:
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main St, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-6600

    St. Mary’s Adolescent/Child Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

    • 20-patient unit for patients ages 5 to 18
    • Average Stay: 10-days
    • Patients with psychiatric diagnosis, they will treat substance abuse problems as well but only if they are secondary to a psychiatric disorder
    • Structured treatment: group and individual sessions, school

    Sweetser Affiliates

    Mental health and substance abuse affiliates agency. They have a list of affiliates therapists from across the states. You can search by location then narrow the results down to substance abuse therapists/counselors. The information is updated when the provider sends it in so you may need to call the therapist to verify that they still offer those services.

  • Lincoln County Resources

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    Eureka Counseling Services

    Substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Knox: 474 Main Street, Suite 1, Rockland, (207) 594-4006
    • Lincoln: 235 Jefferson Street, Waldoboro, (207) 594-4006

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Health Affiliates Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse agency (connects patients with counselors)

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

    Mid Coast Hospital Addiction Resource Center

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Cumberland: 66 Baribeau Drive, Brunswick, (207) 373-6950 or 1-800-244-3805
    • Lincoln: 20 Bristol Road, Damariscotta, (207) 563-2311 or 1-800-244-3805

    Pathways of Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Aroostook: Northern Maine Regional Office – 647 Main Street, Suite 14B, Caribou, (207) 492-3009
    • Cumberland:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main Street, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-660
    • Franklin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Hancock: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Kennebec: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Knox:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • MidCoast Satellite Office – 75 Mechanic Street, Room 104W, Rockland, (207) 594-0005
    • Lincoln: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Oxford: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Penobscot:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Piscataquis: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Sagadahoc: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Somerset: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Waldo: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Washington:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Washington County Satellite Office – 10 Barker Street, Calais, (207) 536-5087
    • York:
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main St, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-6600

    St. Mary’s Adolescent/Child Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

    • 20-patient unit for patients ages 5 to 18
    • Average Stay: 10-days
    • Patients with psychiatric diagnosis, they will treat substance abuse problems as well but only if they are secondary to a psychiatric disorder
    • Structured treatment: group and individual sessions, school

    Sweetser Affiliates

    Mental health and substance abuse affiliates agency. They have a list of affiliates therapists from across the states. You can search by location then narrow the results down to substance abuse therapists/counselors. The information is updated when the provider sends it in so you may need to call the therapist to verify that they still offer those services.

  • Oxford County Resources

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Health Affiliates Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse agency (connects patients with counselors)

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

    Pathways of Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Aroostook: Northern Maine Regional Office – 647 Main Street, Suite 14B, Caribou, (207) 492-3009
    • Cumberland:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main Street, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-660
    • Franklin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Hancock: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Kennebec: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Knox:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • MidCoast Satellite Office – 75 Mechanic Street, Room 104W, Rockland, (207) 594-0005
    • Lincoln: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Oxford: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Penobscot:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Piscataquis: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Sagadahoc: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Somerset: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Waldo: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Washington:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Washington County Satellite Office – 10 Barker Street, Calais, (207) 536-5087
    • York:
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main St, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-6600

    Spurwink Portland Clinic

    Provides care for children placed in care through the Biddeford and Portland DHHS offices. Serves York, Oxford, and Cumberland counties.

    Spurwink Services
    901 Washington Ave., Suite 100
    Portland, ME 04103
    207.871.1200

    St. Mary’s Adolescent/Child Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

    • 20-patient unit for patients ages 5 to 18
    • Average Stay: 10-days
    • Patients with psychiatric diagnosis, they will treat substance abuse problems as well but only if they are secondary to a psychiatric disorder
    • Structured treatment: group and individual sessions, school

    Sweetser Affiliates

    Mental health and substance abuse affiliates agency. They have a list of affiliates therapists from across the states. You can search by location then narrow the results down to substance abuse therapists/counselors. The information is updated when the provider sends it in so you may need to call the therapist to verify that they still offer those services.

    Tri-County Mental Health Services

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: 1155 Lisbon Street, Lewiston, (207) 783-9141
    • Cumberland: 32 No. High Street, Suite 1, Bridgton, (207) 647-5629
    • Franklin: 144 High Street, Farmington, (207) 778-3556
    • Oxford:
      • 143 Pottle Road, Oxford, (207) 743-7911
      • 49 Congress Street, Rumford, (207) 364-7981
  • Penobscot County Resources

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Health Affiliates Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse agency (connects patients with counselors)

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Higher Ground Services

    Mental Health and Substance Abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations in Penobscot County

    • 235 Center Street, Brewer, (207) 561-949

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

    Pathways of Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Aroostook: Northern Maine Regional Office – 647 Main Street, Suite 14B, Caribou, (207) 492-3009
    • Cumberland:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main Street, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-660
    • Franklin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Hancock: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Kennebec: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Knox:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • MidCoast Satellite Office – 75 Mechanic Street, Room 104W, Rockland, (207) 594-0005
    • Lincoln: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Oxford: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Penobscot:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Piscataquis: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Sagadahoc: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Somerset: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Waldo: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Washington:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Washington County Satellite Office – 10 Barker Street, Calais, (207) 536-5087
    • York:
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main St, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-6600

    St. Mary’s Adolescent/Child Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

    • 20-patient unit for patients ages 5 to 18
    • Average Stay: 10-days
    • Patients with psychiatric diagnosis, they will treat substance abuse problems as well but only if they are secondary to a psychiatric disorder
    • Structured treatment: group and individual sessions, school

    Sweetser Affiliates

    Mental health and substance abuse affiliates agency. They have a list of affiliates therapists from across the states. You can search by location then narrow the results down to substance abuse therapists/counselors. The information is updated when the provider sends it in so you may need to call the therapist to verify that they still offer those services.

    The Key Clinic, PCHC Pediatrics

    Provides comprehensive medical evaluations for children from Penobscot, Piscataquis, Washington, and Hancock counties.

    Penobscot Pediatrics
    1068 Union Street, Bangor, ME 04401
    207-947-0147

  • Piscataquis County Resources

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Health Affiliates Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse agency (connects patients with counselors)

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

    Pathways of Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Aroostook: Northern Maine Regional Office – 647 Main Street, Suite 14B, Caribou, (207) 492-3009
    • Cumberland:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main Street, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-660
    • Franklin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Hancock: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Kennebec: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Knox:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • MidCoast Satellite Office – 75 Mechanic Street, Room 104W, Rockland, (207) 594-0005
    • Lincoln: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Oxford: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Penobscot:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Piscataquis: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Sagadahoc: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Somerset: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Waldo: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Washington:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Washington County Satellite Office – 10 Barker Street, Calais, (207) 536-5087
    • York:
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main St, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-6600

    St. Mary’s Adolescent/Child Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

    • 20-patient unit for patients ages 5 to 18
    • Average Stay: 10-days
    • Patients with psychiatric diagnosis, they will treat substance abuse problems as well but only if they are secondary to a psychiatric disorder
    • Structured treatment: group and individual sessions, school

    Sweetser Affiliates

    Mental health and substance abuse affiliates agency. They have a list of affiliates therapists from across the states. You can search by location then narrow the results down to substance abuse therapists/counselors. The information is updated when the provider sends it in so you may need to call the therapist to verify that they still offer those services.

    The Key Clinic, PCHC Pediatrics

    Provides comprehensive medical evaluations for children from Penobscot, Piscataquis, Washington, and Hancock counties.

    Penobscot Pediatrics
    1068 Union Street, Bangor, ME 04401
    207-947-0147

    Your Recovery Opportunity

    Substance abuse facilit

    Outpatient Locations in Piscataquis County

    • 38 Elm Street, #3, Milo, (207) 943-9113
  • Sagadahoc County Resources

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Health Affiliates Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse agency (connects patients with counselors)

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

    Pathways of Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Aroostook: Northern Maine Regional Office – 647 Main Street, Suite 14B, Caribou, (207) 492-3009
    • Cumberland:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main Street, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-660
    • Franklin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Hancock: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Kennebec: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Knox:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • MidCoast Satellite Office – 75 Mechanic Street, Room 104W, Rockland, (207) 594-0005
    • Lincoln: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Oxford: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Penobscot:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Piscataquis: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Sagadahoc: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Somerset: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Waldo: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Washington:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Washington County Satellite Office – 10 Barker Street, Calais, (207) 536-5087
    • York:
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main St, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-6600

    St. Mary’s Adolescent/Child Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

    • 20-patient unit for patients ages 5 to 18
    • Average Stay: 10-days
    • Patients with psychiatric diagnosis, they will treat substance abuse problems as well but only if they are secondary to a psychiatric disorder
    • Structured treatment: group and individual sessions, school

    Sweetser Affiliates

    Mental health and substance abuse affiliates agency. They have a list of affiliates therapists from across the states. You can search by location then narrow the results down to substance abuse therapists/counselors. The information is updated when the provider sends it in so you may need to call the therapist to verify that they still offer those services.

  • Somerset County Resources

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Health Affiliates Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse agency (connects patients with counselors)

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

    Kennebec Behavioral Health

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient services:

    • Franklin: Farmington Office – 116 Narrow Gauge Square, Suite 101, Farmington, (207) 860-3026
    • Kennebec:
      • Winthrop Clinic – 736 Old Lewiston Road, Winthrop, (207) 377-8122
      • Augusta Clinic – 66 Stone Street, Augusta, (207) 626-3455
    • Somerset: Skowhegan Clinic – 5 Commerce Drive, Skowhegan, (207) 474-8368

    Pathways of Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Aroostook: Northern Maine Regional Office – 647 Main Street, Suite 14B, Caribou, (207) 492-3009
    • Cumberland:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main Street, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-660
    • Franklin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Hancock: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Kennebec: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Knox:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • MidCoast Satellite Office – 75 Mechanic Street, Room 104W, Rockland, (207) 594-0005
    • Lincoln: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Oxford: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Penobscot:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Piscataquis: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Sagadahoc: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Somerset: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Waldo: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Washington:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Washington County Satellite Office – 10 Barker Street, Calais, (207) 536-5087
    • York:
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main St, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-6600

    St. Mary’s Adolescent/Child Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

    • 20-patient unit for patients ages 5 to 18
    • Average Stay: 10-days
    • Patients with psychiatric diagnosis, they will treat substance abuse problems as well but only if they are secondary to a psychiatric disorder
    • Structured treatment: group and individual sessions, school

    Sweetser Affiliates

    Mental health and substance abuse affiliates agency. They have a list of affiliates therapists from across the states. You can search by location then narrow the results down to substance abuse therapists/counselors. The information is updated when the provider sends it in so you may need to call the therapist to verify that they still offer those services.

  • Waldo County Resources

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Health Affiliates Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse agency (connects patients with counselors)

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

    Pathways of Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Aroostook: Northern Maine Regional Office – 647 Main Street, Suite 14B, Caribou, (207) 492-3009
    • Cumberland:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main Street, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-660
    • Franklin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Hancock: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Kennebec: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Knox:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • MidCoast Satellite Office – 75 Mechanic Street, Room 104W, Rockland, (207) 594-0005
    • Lincoln: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Oxford: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Penobscot:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Piscataquis: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Sagadahoc: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Somerset: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Waldo: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Washington:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Washington County Satellite Office – 10 Barker Street, Calais, (207) 536-5087
    • York:
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main St, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-6600

    Searsport Counseling Associates

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations in Waldo County

    • 9 Field Street, Suite 106, Belfast
      • (207) 338-9145 – Ann Barclay
      • (207) 338-2002 – Kirsten Webb
    • 212 Depot Street, Unity, (207) 322-1829 – Kirsten Webb

    St. Mary’s Adolescent/Child Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

    • 20-patient unit for patients ages 5 to 18
    • Average Stay: 10-days
    • Patients with psychiatric diagnosis, they will treat substance abuse problems as well but only if they are secondary to a psychiatric disorder
    • Structured treatment: group and individual sessions, school

    Sweetser Affiliates

    Mental health and substance abuse affiliates agency. They have a list of affiliates therapists from across the states. You can search by location then narrow the results down to substance abuse therapists/counselors. The information is updated when the provider sends it in so you may need to call the therapist to verify that they still offer those services.

  • Washington County Resources

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    Aroostook Mental Health Center (AMHC)

    Outpatient Locations in Aroostook County:

    • 43 Hatch Drive, 3rd Floor, Caribou • (207) 493-3361
    • 104 East Main Street, Fort Kent • (207) 834-3186
    • 11 Mill Street, Houlton • (207) 532-65-23
    • 88 Fox Street, Suite 101, Madawaska • (207) 728-6341
    • One Edgemont Drive, Presque Isle • (207) 764-3319

    Outpatient Locations in Hancock County:

    • 710 Bucksport Road, Ellsworth, (207) 667-6890

    Outpatient Locations in Washington County:

    • 127 Palmer Street, Calais, (207) 454-0232
    • 14 Steve’s Lane, Marshfield, (207) 255-0996

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Health Affiliates Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse agency (connects patients with counselors)

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

    Pathways of Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Aroostook: Northern Maine Regional Office – 647 Main Street, Suite 14B, Caribou, (207) 492-3009
    • Cumberland:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main Street, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-660
    • Franklin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Hancock: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Kennebec: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Knox:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • MidCoast Satellite Office – 75 Mechanic Street, Room 104W, Rockland, (207) 594-0005
    • Lincoln: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Oxford: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Penobscot:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Piscataquis: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Sagadahoc: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Somerset: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Waldo: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Washington:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Washington County Satellite Office – 10 Barker Street, Calais, (207) 536-5087
    • York:
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main St, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-6600

    St. Mary’s Adolescent/Child Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

    • 20-patient unit for patients ages 5 to 18
    • Average Stay: 10-days
    • Patients with psychiatric diagnosis, they will treat substance abuse problems as well but only if they are secondary to a psychiatric disorder
    • Structured treatment: group and individual sessions, school

    Sweetser Affiliates

    Mental health and substance abuse affiliates agency. They have a list of affiliates therapists from across the states. You can search by location then narrow the results down to substance abuse therapists/counselors. The information is updated when the provider sends it in so you may need to call the therapist to verify that they still offer those services.

    The Key Clinic, PCHC Pediatrics

    Provides comprehensive medical evaluations for children from Penobscot, Piscataquis, Washington, and Hancock counties.

    Penobscot Pediatrics
    1068 Union Street, Bangor, ME 04401
    207-947-0147

  • York County Resources

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine

    Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine provides support and resources for adoptive, foster, and kinship families. Resources include education, training, and guidance.

    DayOne School Services

    School Locations in Cumberland County (available at these schools and also can go to an office if a counselor is not at a certain school):

    • Casco Bay High School (Portland)
    • Deering High School
    • Freeport High School
    • King Middle School
    • Portland High School
    • South Portland High School
    • Windham High School

    School Locations in York County (available at these schools and also can go to an office if a counselor is not at a certain school) (207) 874-1045:

    • Biddeford Middle and High Schools
    • The Bridge School (Sanford)
    • Old Orchard Beach High School
    • Sanford High School
    • Sanford Junior High School
    • Thornton Academy

    Fostering Health

    Developed by an AAP multidisciplinary panel of experts, Fostering Health has been designed for use by medical, mental health, and developmental health care professionals, as well as foster parents, social welfare agencies, members of the legal community, health insurance agencies, and policy makers.

    Health Affiliates Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse agency (connects patients with counselors)

    An agency that connects people with clinicians across the state – they have a referral team who can connect people with an outpatient counselor for different health issues (including mental health and substance use problems) in every county. You can also find a counselor on your own on their website (however, not all affiliated counselors are listed on their website) by county through the interactive map.

    Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma

    The purpose of this guide is to support adoptive and foster families by strengthening the abilities of pediatricians to: 1) identify traumatized children, 2) educate families about toxic stress and the possible biological, behavioral, and social manifestations of early childhood trauma, and 3) empower families to respond to their child's behavior in a manner that acknowledges past trauma but promotes the learning of new, more adaptive reactions to stress.

    Information for Grandfamilies - Kinship Care

    F.A.C.T., Families and Children Together, has compiled a guide of resources for aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family members caring for kids. This document includes information about support services as well as helpful tips.

    Pathways of Maine

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations:

    • Androscoggin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Aroostook: Northern Maine Regional Office – 647 Main Street, Suite 14B, Caribou, (207) 492-3009
    • Cumberland:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main Street, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-660
    • Franklin: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Hancock: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Kennebec: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Knox:
      • MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
      • MidCoast Satellite Office – 75 Mechanic Street, Room 104W, Rockland, (207) 594-0005
    • Lincoln: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Oxford: Western Maine Regional Office – 155 Center Street, Building F, Auburn, (207) 777-5888
    • Penobscot:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Piscataquis: Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
    • Sagadahoc: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Somerset: Central Maine Regional Office – 276 Whitten Road, Suite 2, Hallowell, 207) 621-6760
    • Waldo: MidCoast Regional Office – 62 Pegasus Street, Suite 300, Brunswick, (207) 798-3922
    • Washington:
      • Eastern Maine Regional Office – 21 Main Street, Suite 301, Bangor, 207) 631-2201
      • Washington County Satellite Office – 10 Barker Street, Calais, (207) 536-5087
    • York:
      • Southern Maine Regional Office – 71 US Route 1, Suite H, Scarborough, (207) 774-3570
      • Southwestern Maine Regional Office – 469 Main St, Suite 201, Springvale, (207) 490-6600

    Spurwink Portland Clinic

    Provides care for children placed in care through the Biddeford and Portland DHHS offices. Serves York, Oxford, and Cumberland counties.

    Spurwink Services
    901 Washington Ave., Suite 100
    Portland, ME 04103
    207.871.1200

    St. Mary’s Adolescent/Child Inpatient Psychiatric Unit

    • 20-patient unit for patients ages 5 to 18
    • Average Stay: 10-days
    • Patients with psychiatric diagnosis, they will treat substance abuse problems as well but only if they are secondary to a psychiatric disorder
    • Structured treatment: group and individual sessions, school

    Sweetser Affiliates

    Mental health and substance abuse affiliates agency. They have a list of affiliates therapists from across the states. You can search by location then narrow the results down to substance abuse therapists/counselors. The information is updated when the provider sends it in so you may need to call the therapist to verify that they still offer those services.

    York Hospital Recovery Center

    Mental health and substance abuse facility

    Outpatient Locations in York County

    • Henry Warner Medical Office Building – 16 Hospital Drive, York, (207) 351-211

Contact Information:

Adrienne Carmack, Maine AAP Foster Care Committee • Adriennewcarmack@gmail.com