Our Services in Maine

FHR Wellness Center
Staff members work with individuals to develop autonomously in an independent living environment. Residential locations are in close proximity to FHR programs, ensuring individuals ready access to the assistance and support of FHR staff.

Referrals for this program can be made by contacting our regional office at 207-947-9630.

 

Professional Development
FHR is committed to providing our staff and the community of mental health service professionals with quality training opportunities that meet state and federal guidelines and promote industry best practice principles, including CPI, CPR/First Aid, MHSS, and CRMA.

Please contact our regional office at 207-947-9630 for additional information and our training calendar.

 

Residential/Group Living Programs 
24-hour supervised residential support and treatment is provided for individuals diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness. Services include housing, treatment planning, advocacy, group skills training, daily living support, crisis support, and medical assistance. Additionally, these programs support educational and vocational opportunities and social supports, along with transportation.

Referrals for this program are made by contacting Claire.lord@maine.gov.

 

Peer Recovery Services
Peer recovery services are offered by persons with lived experience, who help support individuals served by FHR become and stay engaged in the recovery process. These supports include one-on-one and group therapy discussion groups, as well as wellness-based trainings.

Peer recovery services are inclusive within all FHR adult programming in Maine.

 

Studio 35
Studio 35 is a therapeutic arts program of FHR. Studio 35 enables individuals to further explore the arts, art history, coping skills, and self-expression. By integrating the arts as a therapeutic approach, Studio 35 positively impacts individuals served, staff, and the greater community. This therapeutic arts program helps individuals become more engaged in the community, reduces isolation, improves stabilization, and teaches both vocational and arts based skills.