MBH: Where Our People are the Stars of the Team

Welcome to the Maine Behavioral Healthcare (MBH) annual report. As the people working closest to the patient, our care teams represent the backbone of delivering health care services that make a difference.

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2022 By the Numbers

Integrated Behavioral Health Visits
Spring Harbor Hospital Patient Visits
Outpatient Psych & Therapy Visits
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Featured Stories

Welcoming Face Makes a World of Difference

Imagine being a family member of a loved one diagnosed with a developmental disorder who has their first appointment at an outpatient clinic. The patient has needs and so does the anxious family…


Cultivating Medical Assistant Professionals Benefits All

Medical Assistants are integral to providing quality care to Maine Behavioral Healthcare (MBH) patients. Following the successful completion of a 16-week course, each certified Medical Assistant (MA) partners with prescribing providers to support treatment activities…


Main Street Team Providing Critical Services in Biddeford

For more than 30 years, a dedicated team of behavioral health professionals has provided critical services to the Biddeford community from their offices on Main Street…


Philanthropy Activity and Donor Listings

This year’s philanthropy activity focused on a wide variety of opportunities to engage with valued donors and help patients in need. The Development Office is pleased to share these highlights from the year…


A Passion to Stop at Zero

Talking about suicide brings tears to the eyes of Dr. Linda Durst. She has been touched both personally and professionally by it and is heartbroken to see suicide rates increase. This is true for all ages but particularly with teens…


Audible Screening Sparks Insightful Community Conversation


Last fall Maine Behavioral Healthcare (MBH) provided a free screening of Audible, a Netflix documentary. The film shares the inspirational story of Deaf football player Amaree McKenstry-Hall, during his last year at Maryland School For the Deaf…