Adult Behavioral Health Services
DHHS behavioral health services can help connect you with information on prevention, treatment, and recovery services for mental health and substance use disorders.
Learn more about behavioral health services.
Children’s Behavioral Health Services
These services include providing information and assistance with referrals for children and youth with developmental disabilities/delays, intellectual disability, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and mental health disorders.
Learn more about children’s behavioral health services.
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention
Information for parents, homeowners, landlords, and health care providers on preventing childhood lead poisoning.
Learn more about childhood lead poisoning in Maine.
Information on Maine CDC’s prevention programs for topics such as asthma, cancer, suicide, tobacco, substance use, gambling, and more.
Learn more about Maine’s Disease Prevention programs.
Health Insurance Options
Learn more about free and low-cost health Insurance options in Maine.
Resources on home-related health issues such as pests, carbon monoxide, asthma, radon, mold, well water and more
Learn more about healthy homes.
Private Well Water Testing
Information on testing your private well for arsenic and other harmful chemicals.
Learn more about well water testing.
Health Inspection Program
The Health Inspection Program provides licensing and inspection services to help protect the public’s health. The program works with restaurants, mobile food vendors, caterers, commissaries, business enterprise PR, senior citizen meal sites, vending companies, lodging, campgrounds, sporting and recreational camps, youth camps, public swimming pools and spas, tattooists, micropigmentation, body piercers, electologists, school cafeterias, correctional facility kitchens, tobacco, compressed air and mass gatherings.
Learn more about Maine’s Health Inspection Program and business licensing from the Maine CDC.
Additional Prevention Resources
For additional health and prevention services visit the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention website.