Children's Behavioral Health

Child & Family Behavioral Health Treatment Services

This is an intensive service for children and their families. This service has a community and home based setting and is delivered with active parent involvement. It’s goal is to help how the child and their family understand their mental health needs, change the way they react to each others behaviors for more positive results and improve how effectively they work together in identifying their challenges and strengths , as well as, their own natural and community supports.

  • Treatment Services providers
    • District 1 & 2 (York and Cumberland Counties)
    • District 3, 4, & 5 (Androscoggin, Oxford, Franklin, Lincoln, Knox, Waldo, Sagadahoc, Somerset and Kennebec Counties)
    • District 6, 7, & 8 (Piscataquis, Penobscot, Washington, Hancock, and Aroostook Counties)

Who Is Eligible?
Children the age of 0-20 who are a MaineCare member and who have a DSM IV diagnosis or DC 0-3 diagnosis which has lasted or is expected to last for one year are eligible.
How is it paid for?
This is a service paid for by MaineCare (if you are MaineCare eligible)
Who provides Child and Family Health Treatment Services?
The service is provided by a treatment team of professionals. The team includes at least one licensed clinician and one certified behavioral health professional (BHP)
How Do I Access Child and Family Health Treatment Services?
The family, case manager or another person, with the family’s permission, makes a referral for the service by contacting the provider directly.
What if I have Questions?
If there are questions concerning any aspect of Child and Family Treatment Services , or you have trouble accessing services . District Contacts.