About 11,000 Maine people rely on TCMHS every year.
We embrace a trauma- informed approach to care; asking “What Happened To this Person” instead of “What is Wrong With this Person”
Child & Family Services Specialized services for children and their families include: group, family & individual child therapy activity groups crisis intervention case management Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST) early intervention for very young children psychiatric Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Services on-site in 30+ Schools
Residential Services We operate group homes for consumers, advocate for housing for individuals with special needs. Franklin St (Rumford) Group Home Pine St (Lewiston) Group Home Kelly Dr (Sabattus) Group Home Village St (Lisbon) Supported Living
The need for treatment services is growing; calls to our agency have increased by 50% in the past year.
Outpatient Services Individual and group counseling, medication management are provided with a trauma-informed approach.
Emergency Services Tri-County is available 24 hours a day/7 days a week to provide assistance to people in crisis in their homes, schools, work, regional hospital ER’s and other community locations. Deer Run – Crisis Residential 24 hours a day, Deer Run provides short-term residential care and supervision, as well as counseling to persons in crisis, or returning to independent living after hospitalization.
Tri-County’s Crisis Call Center receives 500 per month from people needing assistance
The Social Learning Center The Social Learning Center promotes life skills for adults, work experience and life training for consumers with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, or Autism.
Substance Abuse Services Co-occurring Disorders Drug Court Driver Education and Evaluation Program Substance Abuse Treatment Aftercare Group DSAT Groups
We lead the way in services that are family-driven, youth-guided, culturally & linguistically competent, and trauma informed.
One-in-five youth suffer from a serious emotional disturbance. Two-thirds of them are not getting the help they need.
Community-Based Services Supportive services find resources so consumers can live comfortably and safely in the community. The Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACT) is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The ACT Team offers intensive support in the Lewiston/Auburn area from a multi- disciplinary team.
Individuals with mental illness die, on average, 25 years sooner than the general population. We’re taking action.
Integrated Care Tri-County is a leader in bringing together medical and behavioral health care to treat the whole person by partnering with primary care physicians and hospitals.