Skip to main content

Contact Spring Harbor Hospital

Please Note: Due to privacy and security concerns, Spring Harbor Hospital does not reply to patient related emails. If your email relates to a patient please call 1-888-524-0080 (toll free) or 207-761-2200.

If you or someone you know is in crisis you may contact the Maine State Crisis Hotline at 1-888-568-1112 (toll free) available 24 hours a day. If there are any immediate concerns related to safety you should call 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Department.

Spring Harbor Hospital is unable to provide clinical advice through email.

Administration: 
1-888-524-0080 
207-761-2200 
TTY Users: Dial 711 (Maine Relay) 
info@mainebehavioralhealthcare.org

To Refer a Patient: 
1-866-857-6644
207-761-6644
TTY Users: Dial 711 (Maine Relay)

For referrals to the Developmental Disorders Unit, please use this form.

Office of Philanthropy: 
207-661-6100 
development@mainebehavioralhealthcare.org
Directions to Spring Harbor Hospital: 
1-888-524-0080 
207-761-2200 
MapQuest Directions
Human Resources: 
1-888-524-0080 
207-661-6635 
Click here for current employment opportunities.
 

 

Patient Care & Safety:
If you have any concerns about patient care and/or safety at Spring Harbor Hospital, please contact our Patient Rights Liaison at 207-761-2200. If your concerns cannot be resolved at this level, you are encouraged to contact the Joint Commission by clicking this link or calling them toll free at 1-800-994-6610.


Are you or someone you know in mental health crisis?

The Maine Crisis Hotline can help.

1-888-568-1112

Latest News

View All
Maine Behavioral Healthcare Appoints New Senior Director of Community Services
Caroline Raymond brings nearly 25 years of leadership and direct service experience to overseeing community services for the state’s leading behavioral health provider.
Maine Behavioral Healthcare Licensed Clinical Social Worker Achieves Perinatal Mental Health Certification
With the new certification, Jenna Nunziato can better provide care and services for women’s mental health during pregnancy and the postpartum period
MaineHealth signals capacity challenges for health care system likely to continue in the months ahead
Long term trends in the labor market and a surge in demand are making it hard for health care organizations to meet a growing demand for care.
Maine Behavioral Healthcare and USM Present ‘Resilience from Trauma During the Time of Covid-19’
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