YOUR JOURNEY’S MISSION:
To impact our community by providing respectful and collaborative services in a kind and simple manner to anyone who has been touched by mental health issues. We have a strong belief that mental health is a critical component of everyone’s overall wellness. Everything we do sums up the name of our organization….no matter how far you have gone down the wrong road, it’s never too late to start on Your Journey.
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM>
43 Hatch Drive
Caribou, ME 04736
Please note: Your Journey’s office hours are Monday-Friday 8am – 5pm.
We understand that sometimes crises occur after business hours. If you are in need of urgent care and cannot wait to speak to your therapist during business hours, please contact: The Maine mental health crisis hot line at 1-888-568-1112.
Maine Health Website offers information about behavioral mental health, crisis services and explains outpatient behavioral health care.
Maine Department of Health and Human Services offers information on crisis services and hotlines including the Maine Statewide Crisis Hotline, Poison Control Center, Adult Protective Services and Child Protective Services.
The Maine Office of Behavioral Health offers information about how to write a crisis plan and provides a sample.
Sample Crisis Plan with Instructions (Word) | also in PDF Blank Sample Crisis Plan (Word) | also in PDF.
The Maine Office of Behavioral Health Warmline
The Intentional Warm Line offers telephone support during challenging times and non-crisis situations. The goal is not to be tied to the Intentional Warm Line, but to be encouraged to build a life that is lived in the community of choice. Callers will receive support, social connection, assistance with referrals to community resources, recovery programs and an opportunity to connect with others during a time of fear, grief or sadness.
The Maine Warmline toll free number is: 1-866-771-9276 or 1-866-771-WARM.
The key elements of the Intentional Warm Line service are:
*Access: 24 Hours a day – 365 days a year.
*Belief: In the hope and potential of Recovery.
*Commitment: To practice and model Intentional Peer Support.
*Encourage: Community Integration.
NAMI Maine (National Alliance of Mental Illness) offers both esources and support regarding mental health in our State.