Maine Mental Health Partners (MMHP) was founded in November 2008 by the board and leadership staff of Spring Harbor Hospital. The organization's founding mission was to create a more navigable, consumer-friendly, and better coordinated high-quality network of treatment services for individuals who experience symptoms of mental illness and substance abuse. MMHP serves the MaineHealth region which is comprised of the southernmost 11 counties of Maine.
MMHP was designed to ease access to care for clients and reduce the cost of care delivery by sharing resources among providers. Since 2008, the MMHP Network has grown to include the following members: Spring Harbor Hospital in Westbrook, Spring Harbor Community Services of Greater Portland, Community Counseling Center in Portland, Counseling Services, Inc., in Saco, and Mid-Coast Mental Health Center in Rockland. The network includes Maine’s largest network of primary care offices offering onsite mental health treatment or telepsychiatry.
Recent News and Events
Rep. Rykerson Seeks Continuity of Mental Health Care for Young Adults
Foster's Daily Democrat, April 18, 2013
Mental Health Recovery is a Life-long Process that Leads to Growth
Portland Press Herald, March 22, 2013
Local Researcher Participates in International Study on Mental Illness
MPBN Maine Things Considered, March 4, 2013
Newtown Calls for Different Thinking on Mental Illness
Portland Press Herald, February 11, 2013
Expanding Child Psychiatry Access Program Could Resolve Psychiatrist Shortage in Maine
Bangor Daily News, January 31, 2013
Child Psychiatry Access Program Addresses Psychiatrist Shortage in Maine
Lewiston Sun Journal, January 26, 2013
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NOTE: Integrated Behavioral Healthcare (IBH) closed in June 2012. To reach our Intake line for new referrals in Cumberland County, call 761-6644. To request a copy of your medical records from IBH, call 761-2213.