October 8: Aroostook Mental Health Center (AMHC)
Cary Medical Center Community Relations Coordinator, Bethany Zell, recently sat down with Lorraine Chamberlain, LCSW, CCS and Christina Wall, LCSW, MHRT-CSP, both of AMHC, to discuss the topic pertinent to mental health in Aroostook County: STIGMA. Join the conversation by watching the video below and letting us know your thoughts. How can you help?
To connect with Lorraine or Christina or to access resources and services at AMHC, please call AMHC’s Access Center at 1-800-244-6431 or visit them on the web at https://amhc.org or https://www.facebook.com/AMHC1964/.
It is important to remember that YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Someone is always a call or click away so please, don’t suffer in silence. Reach out. Ask for help. It is okay. People are here to help.
Maine Crisis Line 1-888-568-1112 24/7 call, text, chat – request to speak with the local crisis provider if you want to be seen
Aroostook Mental Health Center – AMHC Crisis Units:
•Adult Crisis Stabilization Unit, 162 Main Street, Presque Isle, Maine, 1-800-432-7805
•Children’s Crisis Stabilization Unit, 8 Wesleyan Street, Fort Fairfield, Maine, 1-207-473-9285
•Children’s Crisis Stabilization Unit, 127 Palmer Street, Calais, Maine, 1-207-454-0322
Maine Warmline 1-866-771-WARM (9276) 24/7
Warmline for the Frontline 866-367-4440 8am-8am
Sexual Assault Helpline 1-800-871-7741 24/7 call, 8a-8p M-F text/chat
Domestic Violence Helpline 1-866-834-HELP (4357) 24/7 call
NAMI Maine, Teen Text Support Line 207-515-8398 text 12p-10p