Help with Stress, Anxiety, and Substance Use Disorder

No matter how well we respect the guidelines and mandates given to us to help slow the spread of Covid-19, we all still have some anxiety about the times in which we now live. For some of us, staying "safe" at home is hard because home is not a safe place to begin with, and the stress and tension of being confined at home has made it even less safe.

Reach out for help! 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

Alliance for Addiction and Mental Health Services, Maine offers a comprehensive list of Resources for Dealing With Stress & Recovery During Covid-19 Crisis

Portland Recovery Center resource list for phone and online meetings.

Additional Resources
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
Maine Department of Health and Human Services Programs for health, safety and well-being
Governor Mill's Covid-19 Homepage For access to State information regarding Covid-19
New Hope for Women offers support for those affected by domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking
New Hope for Women 24- hour Helpline 1-800-522-3304
National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233
04-16-20 Town Covid-19 Daily Update offers resources and information for those affected by domestic violence and abuse
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
03-27-20 Town Covid-19 Daily Update includes information about managing stress and anxiety
Coping with Corona a Community Outreach Team webcast about managing stress and anxiety 
Anonymous Online Peer Recovery Programs 

Narcotics Anonymous 

Alcoholics Anonymous 

Nar-Anon
Al-Anon and Alateen