Crisis Services provide crisis intervention as an immediate response to mental, emotional and behavioral distress being experienced by members of our community from all walks of life. Crisis Intervention helps to restore an individual’s equilibrium and functioning and minimize potential for long-term distress.
WMBH Crisis services may be accessed by anyone in Franklin County by calling 207-860-0659, or you may call the state wide crisis hotline at
This service is available 24/7, 365 days a year.
Overdose Prevention Through Intensive Outreach, Naloxone,
This free service links you with the OPTIONS liaison who can assist those affected by the opioid epidemic.
Please see out OPTIONS INITIATIVE page for more information.
Rehabilitative and Community Services (RCS) is for children or youth up to the age of 21 who have a developmental disability that affects their every day functioning. Services include skill building in activities of daily living and behavior management.
Case management consists of several services, an intake and assessment for eligibility, an Individual Service Plan (ISP) detailing the strengths and needs of the child and the services necessary to address these needs. The case manager will work with the family to assist with the coordination and advocacy of services for the child.
Adult case management services designed to improve the quality of life for individuals who have behavioral health or special developmental needs. Case managers determine the person’s strengths and needs and then help identify and access resources and services to promote independence and integration in the community.