Mental Health Services

The greater Bangor area has many services for helping people who have psychiatric symptoms. These include: case management, crisis intervention, counseling, medication review, medication-assisted treatment, residential treatment, employment supports, housing supports, as well as intensive outpatient and inpatient treatment. Many programs treat substance abuse issues.

Also see Home Health Care and Medical Care for Older People.

(207) 973-6100, 1-800-640-1211

Services: Acadia Hospital provides treatment options for adults living with a mental illness, as well as for children and adolescents with mental health issues.  They treat depression and dementia in their Mood and Memory Clinic.  The Mood and Memory Clinic, which uses a team approach to services, provides an initial evaluation and coordinates with the patient’s primary care physician and specialists.

Acadia also provides consultation to Hospitals and Nursing Homes. Services are covered by Medicare, Mainecare, and most private insurances.

1-877-784-6993

24 Springer Drive, Bangor, ME, United States

Services: Care and Comfort helps clients become more independent, recognize their potential, and overcome difficulties through repetition of skill-based interventions in their homes and communities.

(207) 947-1410

38 Penn Plaza, Bangor, ME, United States

Services: The Center offers Supportive Living Services for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. The Center provides people with a comfortable home shared with one other resident.  Trained staff are available 24/7.

(207) 745-8150

663 Stillwater Avenue, Bangor, ME, USA

Services: City Reach Hope Homes minister to adults dealing with life-controlling issues or desperate situations who have a desire to change. There is no cost to the individual. Men and women discover their God-given destiny through these discipleship-based recovery homes in a faith-filled, family setting. The emphasis is on transformation through the life-changing love of Jesus Christ.

Discipleship within the Hope Homes includes Bible reading, prayer, church attendance, community-service projects, mentorship, work projects, and personal spiritual development.