collage of people who work for MBH or were supported by MBH
collage of people who work for MBH or were supported by MBH

A Message from the President

Maine Behavioral Healthcare didn’t let the pandemic prevent us from moving forward with important initiatives aimed at making the lives of patients, and the communities we serve, better — including the opening of a badly needed 20-bed in-patient facility in Sanford, the completion of our new Center of Excellence in Autism and Developmental Disorders, and other important initiatives. We have made strides worth celebrating.

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Kelly Barton, President

Maine Behavioral Healthcare – 2020 By the Numbers

In a year like no other, the care team at Maine Behavioral Healthcare adapted and innovated, finding new ways to deliver care as the need for mental health services rose. Learn more about our 2020 >

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Featured Stories

Three Years and Loving Life!

Three Years and Loving Life!

 Sara embraced Maine Behavioral Healthcare’s holistic approach to substance use treatment with enthusiasm as a way to turn her life around.

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Construction Efforts Focus on Safety and Excellence

Construction Efforts Focus on Safety and Excellence

Transforming spaces in our 100-bed facility to better serve our patients including renovations to our young adult unit, adolescent unit, and intensive care unit.

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Fostering Gold Standards of Tobacco Independence

Fostering Gold Standards of Tobacco Independence

Maine Behavioral Healthcare has partnered with the Breathe Easy initiative to adopt tobacco-free policies across all service areas.

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Laura and Eric Schaeffer

Local Family Invests in Improved Access to Treatment for Autism

When the Schaeffers heard about the capital campaign designed to make the Center of Excellence in Autism and Developmental Disorders a reality, they were quick to lend their support through a generous donation to support other families just like theirs.

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Your donation will directly support the advancement of care for people with developmental disorders. Call 207-661-6667 to learn more or give now through our secure web form.

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Some photos in this report were taken prior to the COVID-19 outbreak. Maine Behavioral Healthcare follows all COVID-19 guidelines for vaccination, masking and socially distancing.