Adult Mental Health Services
OBH Adult Mental Health Services is the designated State Public Mental Health Authority for adults. A primary responsibility is to develop and maintain a comprehensive system of mental health services and supports for persons age 18 and older with severe and persistent mental illness.
SFY 15 Community Integration Funded Providers: Required Service Encounter Reporting Letter
Snapshot: Maine Workers with Disabilities
How many Maine workers have a disability? How many adults with disabilities are employed? What services do Maine workers with disabilities use? The Snapshot is a joint project of Maine's DHHS and DOL, is an annual publication that provides the latest employment trends, statistics and information on people with disabilities in Maine. To download the full report, go to https://www.maine.gov/labor/cwri/disabilities/index.html
Recovery for ME
Mental Health Services: Practice Guidelines for Recovery Oriented Care
These Practice Guidelines are the result of extensive collaborative work done by a variety of stakeholders during 2011. Always to be considered a working document, it will be refined and updated as more is learned about Recovery Oriented Care. With the creation of the Office of Behavioral Health in September of 2012, we will continue to revise these guidelines, recognizing that many individuals experience mental health and substance use conditions as well as chronic health conditions. The revision process will involve a broad range of stakeholders. Please stay tuned for future developments.
- DDPC Work Group
- The Consultation Project: Linking Volunteer Psychiatrists with Primary Care Practices Across Maine Word* | PDF*
- DHHS Contact Numbers
- Web Resources