We Provide Mental Health Services
When someone comes to us for shelter, we give that person a navigator, a staff member who will help the new resident assess issues that may have led to homelessness.
Many of our residents suffer from mental illnesses such as anxiety, depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. These conditions can cripple people.
We have a staff that includes residential technicians, case workers, mental health counselors, substance abuse counselors and a staff psychiatrist. We have staff at our facilities and also on call 24-7, to be sure we are there for those who need us. We have medication-assisted treatment plans. We also extend outpatient care through our Community Integration and Community Rehabilitation Services programs. Community Integration provides case management, daily living support services and skills development services. Community Rehabilitation is for individuals who at one time required 24-hour oversight. Our goal is to promote recovery, create structure, improve living skills and help people form connections to the community.
We also have a residential program for individuals with chronic and persistent mental illness, Emery House in Sanford. Those individuals are referred to us directly from the Department of Health and Human Services.
For more information about our mental health services, contact our Clinical Services Director Jen Ouellette at 207-324-1137 or email@example.com .