Sara embraced Maine Behavioral Healthcare’s holistic approach to substance use treatment with enthusiasm as a way to turn her life around.
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.
Maine Behavioral Healthcare has partnered with the Breathe Easy initiative to adopt tobacco-free policies across all service areas.
In February of 2020, all Maine Behavioral Healthcare patient records were officially integrated to a new shared electronic health system called Epic.
Providing innovative mental health treatment for emergency department patients using peer support options.
New 40-patient unit represents a much-needed increase in available psychiatric services for the area.
With little time to plan, staff at our behavioral health outpatient clinics had to respond quickly to the pandemic’s impact on providing care to patients.
A second location means expanded support and services to help patients throughout their journey to become whole again.
New Rural Residency Training Track gives participants a unique opportunity to provide care in communities that are substantially under-resourced.
MBH adopts national Zero Suicide initiative, a mission and framework for providing improved suicide care in health care settings, under the firm belief that suicide is preventable.
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The philanthropy department at MBH rolled up their collective sleeves to continue the important work of raising funds for our programs.