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Crisis and Emergency Services

There are many options for people in need of immediate behavioral health care. In the case of a life-threatening emergency, please call 911 or go to your local hospital emergency department.

Support Options
Primary Care
Outpatient Care
Emergency BH Care
Immediate care for conditions
that are not life-threatening but
need to be addressed quickly.
The go-to place for managing
your behavioral health care.
Psychiatry, counseling and/or
case management services. May
require a referral from your PCP.  
Immediate care for life-threatening
conditions, including substance
use/overdose or desire to harm
self or others.
 Always Open
Open weekdays, some
have late, early and weekend

Open weekdays, some clinics
have early and late hours

 Always Open

• Online and phone support for
social service resources and
referral information

WARMLINE (866-771-9276)
Talk with peers about:
• Emotional well-being
• Managing stress
• Relationship problems

CRISIS (888-568-1112)
• Immediate help for a mental
health crisis
• Assistance with crisis resolution
and action planning

Good for:
• Depression and anxiety
• Other behavioral health and
substance use problems
• Managing stress
• Support for managing
chronic illness
• Chronic conditions
• Medication management

Good for:
• Depression and anxiety
• Acute/chronic mental
• Relationship problems
• Family crises
• Sexual or physical abuse
• Addictions and substance
use problems
• PTSD & recovery from tragic
• Many other emotional &
mental health difficulties

Call Maine Behavioral Healthcare
Toll Free at 844-292-0111 to make
an appointment.

MOBILE CRISIS (888-568-1112)
• Assistance with crisis
• Assistance determining
need for behavioral health
emergency department visit
or hospital admission

• Significant mental health
• Substance use/overdose


Peer Support

Our peer support network connects you with people who have experienced behavioral health issues and/or are in recovery from substance use. They understand what you're going through, and are hear to listen and provide support.

Our compassionate Crisis Response Workers are available at hospitals throughout the MaineHealth system to provide crisis assessments upon admission. Crisis Response Workers are specially trained in crisis intervention and make every effort to help resolve any crisis situation in a timely manner.

Find our staff at:

Set on 50 private acres, Spring Harbor Hospital, a division of Maine Behavioral Healthcare, is Southern Maine's only private psychiatric treatment and recovery center. Our inpatient programs for youth and adults provide hope for those who suffer from a variety of mental illnesses and co-occurring disorders (mental illness and substance use).

We are fortunate to have a unique collaboration with Maine Medical Center and MaineHealth. This allows us to offer the most complete array of psychiatric treatment, physician-training, and medical-research programs North of Boston.

You or your family member will need a referral from a psychiatrist, a therapist or a crisis team before coming to Spring Harbor Hospital.

If you have any questions, please call 1-888-857-6644, extension 1.