Services for Families and Children
Maine Child Support can help you establish, enforce, and collect child support payments, locate parents, and establish paternity.
Learn more about Child Support Services.
Child Care Locator
The Child Care Locator tool allows users to search for licensed child care facilities in Maine.
Learn more about the Child Care Locator.
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.
Child Care Subsidy
The Child Care Subsidy Program helps eligible families to pay for child care so they can work, go to school or participate in a job training program.
Learn more about the Child Care Subsidy.
Foster and adoptive parents are an invaluable resource for Maine's children and communities - and Maine needs more of them.
Services for Adults
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.
Psychiatric Hospital Care
Dorothea Dix Psychiatric Center (DDPC) in Bangor and Riverview Psychiatric Center (RPC) in Augusta provide collaborative treatment and inpatient care for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, and co-occurring substance use disorders.
Older Adults and Adults with Physical Disabilities
Services that support older and disabled adults in order to avoid or delay nursing home placement and remain in their communities.
Adults with acquired Brain Injury
Services for adults who have sustained an acquired brain injury whether temporary or permanent, that results in partial or total functional disability or psychosocial maladjustment
Adults with Intellectual Disability and Autism
Services that support adults with intellectual disabilities or autism spectrum disorders who want to live as independently as possible at home and/or in their community
Adults with Cerebral Palsy, Seizure Disorder, and other conditions.
If you are 21 years or older, have cerebral palsy, epilepsy, or another condition that is not mental illness and that is closely related to intellectual disability, and are not currently receiving other waiver services, you may be eligible for Section 20 services.