Help with Stress, Anxiety, and Substance Use Disorder

We live in challenging times. Isolation, economic hardship, and anxiety about the pandemic take its toll on our well-being. If you are struggling, reach out. Someone who cares is waiting to help.

News 
DHHS Announces Expansion of Behavioral Health Programs to help Maine people cope with psychological impacts of COVID-19
 
Local Behavioral and Emotional Health Support
ICMS Behavioral Health Providers are available to take calls anytime and can work with you over the phone or with Zoom. Contact Dan Keniston at ICMS 1-207-863-9959, Option 3
Alcoholics Anonymous online and phone peer support meetings
Al-Anon anonymous online and phone peer support meetings
 
Substance Use Disorder Support
Help with Addiction and Alcoholism and Help for Family and Friends
Portland Recovery Center resource list for phone and online meetings.
Narcotics Anonymous online and phone peer support meetings
Alcoholics Anonymous online and phone peer support meetings
Nar-Anon online and phone peer support meetings
Al-Anon and Alateen online and phone peer support meetings
 
Statewide Behavioral and Emotional Health Support
Maine Statewide Crisis Hotline 24/7 for immediate crisis-oriented help. 1-888-568-1112
Maine Warm Line 24/7 for connecting with someone if you need mental and emotional support. 1-866-771-9276
New Hope for Women offers support for those affected by domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking
 
Other Resources
03-27-20 Town Covid-19 Daily Update includes information about managing stress and anxiety
04-05-20 Town Covid-19 Daily Update provides a summary of the Community Outreach Team's webcast "Coping with Corona", a program about managing stress and anxiety
04-16-20 Town Covid-19 Daily Update offers resources and information for those affected by domestic violence and abuse
Coping with Corona a Community Outreach Team webcast about managing stress and anxiety