What We Offer
Crisis & Counseling Offers a number of different services for individuals of every age and every need.
Click below to learn more about what we can do to help you in your journey .
If you or a loved one is interested in C&C’s services, call Central Access at 207.626.3448
If you are in crisis, please call 1.888.568.1112 Voice/TTY
Mobile Crisis Services
Crisis & Counseling Centers is the sole provider of crisis services to residents of Kennebec and Somerset counties. We strive to respond to calls by meeting with people in their homes or in the community, as much as possible. Staff will also meet with clients in the emergency room when needed. Click to learn more about our Mobile Crisis Services.
Crisis Stabilization Units (CSUs)
For those in crisis who are in need of around-the-clock care on a short-term basis, Crisis & Counseling Centers offers an alternative to hospitalization. Crisis & Counseling Centers operates three crisis stabilization units (CSUs) in Kennebec and Somerset counties – two for adults and one for children and teens. The houses provide a safe and caring environment for individuals in crisis. A stay at one of the houses is typically between one and seven days. The length of stay is determined by each client’s need. Click to learn more about our Crisis Stabilization Units.
Crisis Outreach Aftercare Services
Individuals and families who have received crisis services from C&C have further outreach services available to them. Our staff will work with clients for up to 30 days following a crisis assessment to help ensure that their crisis has been resolved. Outreach staff can assist with transitions home from a hospital or crisis unit, provide information and referrals to other community services and work with clients and other providers to develop a safety plan and ways to avoid future crisis situations. Our crisis outreach services are provided by phone and in person. Click to learn more about our Crisis Outreach Aftercare Services.
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Mental Health Services
Mental Health services are offered to both individuals and families. Our counselors are trained in a number of mental health issues including including trauma, addiction, grief and loss, co-occurring disorders and depression and anxiety disorders. Our staff is also trained with specialties ranging from young children to elders. Click to learn more about our mental health services.
Substance Use Disorder Services
No matter where you are in your recovery journey—just starting out, starting over after years of successful recovery—Crisis & Counseling Centers has a program that will provide the right amount of support. Our agency has been providing substance use disorder treatment for more than 50 years and offers a number of pathways for individuals to seek the help and support they need on their journey to a healthier and happier life. Click to learn more about our substance use disorder treatment options.
Overdose Prevention Through Intensive Outreach Naloxone and Safety (OPTIONS)
The purpose of the OPTIONS initiative is to better support people in Maine who suffer from substance use disorder and to provide them with every available resource to avoid a potentially fatal overdose. Click to learn more about our OPTIONS program in Kennebec and Somerset counties.
Youth + Family Services
G.E.A.R. Parent Network
G.E.A.R. provides an opportunity for parents to support each other and work together, family to family. We empower parents of children with behavioral health concerns by helping them build on the identified strengths in their families and by providing safe and supportive avenues for emotional support and problem solving.Click to learn more about the G.E.A.R. Parent Network.
Youth & Family Navigator Services
Any adolescent, ages 10-24, and their families are eligible to receive services. This FREE service provides support and interventions for youth and their families who are struggling with their mental health or who may be at risk for suicide. Click to learn more about Youth & Family Navigator Services.
Children's Targeted Case Management
Children’s Targeted Case Management is a program dedicated to serving youth ages 0-20 living in Kennebec, Somerset, Knox, and Franklin counties. Children with behavioral health, medical disability, autism and intellectual disability diagnosis can find support not only at our offices, but in home, in school or in other community settings. Click to learn more about Children’s Targeted Case Management.
Parent's Case Management
The Parent’s Case Management program provides parents with support and resources to help build a substance-free future for their children. Women who are pregnant or parents who have children up to 17 years old are eligible for the program. Click to learn more about Parent’s Case Management.