Available Resources for Support
If it is after 5pm or during the weekend and you have an urgent need to speak to a counselor, please call (207) 786-6200 and dial 0 to be connected to our after-hours crisis counseling service.
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Resources for Crisis and Support List of Service Providers, Overview of Services and Contact Info
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Shaun Anchor TED talk on happiness
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Substance Abuse and Addiction List of facilities
General Wellness Help Top 5 Mental Health Challenges Facing Students
Time management/Executive functioning
Resources for Crisis and Support
If it is after business hours and you have an urgent need to speak to a counselor, please call (207) 786-6200 and press 0 to be connected to our after-hours crisis counseling service.
|Service Provider||Overview of Services||Contact Info|
|St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center Emergency Department||The Emergency Center also serves behavioral/mental health clientele. We have a strong working relationship with many area programs and TriCounty Mental Health Services.||207-777-8120|
|TriCounty Mental Health Services 24 Hour Crisis Services||
Walk-Ins Welcome at 1155 Lisbon St. in Lewiston
|Opportunity Alliance Hotline for 24-Hour Crisis Support||Individuals experiencing a mental health crisis have immediate access to a team of professionals who are trained to respond to mental health crises 24 hours/day. Individuals in crisis can be seen at the location of their choice as long as the environment is safe for both the client and the mobile outreach clinician.||207-774-HELP (4357)|
|Need to Just Talk with Someone? (Not a Crisis Line)||A warm-line is a peer-run listening line staffed by people in recovery themselves. Scroll down to see a directory of known warm-lines around the US.||866-771-WARM (9276)|
|National Suicide Prevention Lifeline||No matter what problems you are dealing with, we want to help you find a reason to keep living. By calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, 24/7.||1-800-273-8255|
|2-1-1 Maine Community Services Search||One number – thousands of services. 2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember number that connects people who want to give help or get help with a full range of health and human services in their community. In establishing 2-1-1, Maine joins a growing national movement to standardize the availability of information and referral for these services.||2-1-1 or 866-811-5695|