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Resources for Individuals and Family Members

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It takes courage to begin treatment for a mental health issue and we want to make the journey as stress free as possible.

Help with substance use issues

Maine Behavioral Healthcare offers confidential treatment options for individuals with opioid addiction or other addiction disorders.

Comprehensive Service Directory

As an integral part of the MaineHealth system of care, we're pleased to share our complete directory that will help you understand a variety of health care topics.

Some of the more common mental health topics include:

Anxiety

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Bipolar Disorder

Depression

Eating Disorders

Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome

Schizophrenia

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Family Hope
An online resource for those who are providing support to a loved one or friend who has mental illness.

MentalHealth.org
One-stop access to mental health information

Maine Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness
Support groups, discussion groups, a Family-to-Family course, peer education, advocacy and more

National Alliance on Mental Illness
Fact sheets on a variety of mental health topics

Consumer Council System of Maine
A Voice for Consumers of Mental Health Services

Parents Med Guide

National Institute of Mental Health
Helpful Publications from NIMH

Treatment Advocacy Center
Dedicated to eliminating barriers to the effective treatment of mental illness

National Association of School Psychologists
Resources for Families on Home, School, Behavior, Anxiety, Mental Health, etc.

Bipolar Disorder Magazine

We respect your privacy, especially when it comes to medical records. Learn how to request medical records from any of our service locations. Learn more.

As a division of Maine Behavioral Healthcare, Spring Harbor Hospital offers patients and families a pleasant and safe environment for psychiatric treatment.

Patient Resources 

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If you have a grievance

While we are always striving to improve our services, please let us know if you have concerns or are not satisfied.

Below are some options you may find helpful:

  • Talk with your clinician, case manager, or their supervisor about your concern
  • If you feel uncomfortable talking with your clinician or case manager, and/or their supervisor, or are not satisfied with the outcome, please contact:
       
    Jonathan Crimmins
    Patient Relations Coordinator
    Maine Behavioral Healthcare
    123 Andover Road
    Westbrook, ME 04092
    207-661-6330
    crimminsj@mainebehavioralhealthcare.org
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Dr. Christine Runyan, Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health at the UMass Chan Medical School, will deliver the keynote address, 'Fostering Your Innate Resilience,' for the daylong symposium on Nov. 5