Mental Health

38.5% of Maine High School students reported feeling so sad or hopeless, for two weeks or more, that they stopped doing usual activities. -Maine Integrated Youth Health Survey, 2021

Mental Health Awarness and Trainings

Through a Mental Health Awareness and Training Grant received by Mid Coast Hospital, our community is able to access a variety of trainings to learn skills on how to support the mental wellbeing of our community.

 

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Upcoming Trainings:

Trauma-Informed Compassion Across Cultures: April 26th and May 3rd (9:00am-1:00pm) 

To register: https://midcoastch.coursestorm.com/category/trauma-informed-compassion-across-cultures

 Youth Mental Health First-Aid: April 9th (9:00am) 

To register: https://midcoastch.coursestorm.com/course/youth-mental-health-first-aid1 

 

Resources for parents and caregivers:
Resources for teens:

A teen in need of support? NAMI Maine’s teen text line: https://namimaine.org/teentextline/ 

Crisis Resources:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255
(press 1 for the Veteran Crisis Line)
Maine Crisis Hotline: 888-568-1112
Trevor Lifeline: 1-866-488-7386

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