Tri-County Mental Health Services is proud to serve our surrounding communities!

Our 2020 Annual Report is now available for you to better understand how we have served and how it impacts both our staff and those they seek to help. We invite you to discover organizational details, recognition of dedicated Tri-County staff, and the highlight of an inspirational individual whom we had the privilege of assisting.


Click here to view the Annual Report.






COVID-19 Preparations

Tri-County Mental Health Services (TCMHS) continues to follow the State of Maine Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations on containing the spread of COVID-19 by limiting close visit contact and practicing social distancing to protect everyone’s health.   As an essential health services organization, to maintain our commitment to assuring the health and safety of our clients, families, staff and the wider community, TCMHS is maintaining our operations as follows into the foreseeable future.

  • Staff in our Lewiston, Bridgton, Farmington, Oxford, and Rumford outpatient service locations are providing services via telehealth and telephone-only.  In person, face-to-face appointments have been suspended.   This impacts Assertive Community Treatment team services, community rehabilitation services, mental health and substance use counseling, medication management, Behavioral Health Home, Opioid Health Home, and MST services. 

  • Integrated primary care and psychiatric inpatient and crisis consultation services provided on behalf of Central Maine Health Center patients will continue.

  • Group mental health treatment services are cancelled.  Those seeking AA or NA support group services can visit for more information about how meetings may be offered virtually.

  • The Social Learning Center in Lewiston remains closed.

  • Residential group homes in Lewiston, Rumford and Sabattus, and supported living services in Lisbon, are open but operating with resident restrictions on travel outside the homes and visitor restrictions.

  • The majority of operations and administrative functions are being conducted on a work from home basis to comply with the mandate to avoid convening groups of 10 or more people.

Questions about service availability can be answered by calling 1-888-304-4673.

If someone is in crisis, call the Maine Crisis Helpline at 1-888-568-1112.

Founded in 1951, Tri-County Mental Health Services provides mental health, substance use, and intellectual disabilities services to children, youth, adults, and families in Lewiston, Auburn and across Western Maine from offices and residential services locations in Bridgton, Farmington, Oxford, Rumford and Sabattus.  More information about Tri-County Mental Health Services can be found at  For additional information contact: Jamie Owens,, 207-344-1858.

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Our Mission

Tri-County Mental Health Services offers hope to the people of Maine by providing trauma-informed, integrated services that promote whole health and wellness.

Our Vision

Healthy communities, inclusive and respectful of all.


Our Guiding Principles:

  1. We provide holistic, integrated services in response to the needs of our communities.

  2. We provide services that are individualized, consumer driven, strengths-based, Trauma-informed, and recovery based.

  3. We provide services that are culturally and linguistically competent.

  4. We include consumers in the planning and review of agency services, peer and competitive employment, volunteer opportunities and board directorship.

  5. We seek to develop and sustain collaborative partnerships and strategic alliances.

  6. We work to confront and eliminate stigma, and to increase community awareness and inclusion through leadership, outreach and education.

  7. We value and promote diversity among our staff and consumers.

  8. We provide an environment that promotes professional development and job satisfaction.

  9. We are committed to meeting our financial obligations, improving financial health and providing for future growth.

  10. We are committed to the goals of the “quadruple aim; improve the consumer experience of care, improve clinical outcomes for each consumer, drive down the individual unit of cost, and enhance the resiliency of the provider.”

  11. We provide leadership in all we do.

This website is not constantly monitored, please call the statewide crisis line if you are in need of assistance or call 911 for a medical emergency.


Referral Line, All Locations:

1-888-304-HOPE (4673)

Fax #: (207) 783-4660

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