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Where to Go for Care

Health care is busier than ever. Know your options for immediate care.

If you have an immediate need for medical attention, please consider urgent care or walk-in care locations.

Walk-in clinics can treat medical conditions that need same-day attention but are not life threatening. Urgent care clinics are like walk-in clinics with more services. They can treat more serious, yet non-life threatening, conditions—often with shorter wait times than the emergency room.

Walk-in care is for treatment of minor illnesses or injuries when your primary care provider is unavailable. Open daily.
Urgent Care is for serious but non-life-threatening conditions. Open daily.
Primary Care is for well visits, sick visits, vaccines, anxiety, depression & chronic conditions. Open weekdays.
Emergency care is for severe and life-threatening illnesses and injuries. Always open.

Looking for help with behavioral health or substance use?


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
hours

Open weekdays, some clinics
have early and late hours

 Always Open

211 MAINE (FREE)
• 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
illness
• Relationship problems
• Family crises
• Sexual or physical abuse
• Addictions and substance
use problems
• PTSD & recovery from tragic
events
• 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
resolution
• Assistance determining
need for behavioral health
emergency department visit
or hospital admission

EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
• Significant mental health
crisis
• Substance use/overdose