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This mental health peer-to-peer phone support program for adults, age 18 and older, offers mutual conversations with a trained specialist who has life experience with mental health and/or substance use issues and recovery. The focus is to encourage and foster recovery, moving toward wellness and reconnecting with community.
2-1-1 Maine is part of a national movement to centralize and streamline access to health and human service information and resources. The State of Maine has thousands of programs offering all types of health and human services. Dial 2-1-1. Visit 211Maine.org
Pine Tree Legal, with six offices statewide, provides free legal help to Maine people with low incomes.
Call 1-877-213-5630 for the Native American Unit. Visit PTLA.org
The helpline is free and confidential. It offers positive and supportive messages and personal support provided over the phone, geared to your life. Visit TobaccoFreeMaine.org
The Indian Health Service is an operating division within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. IHS is responsible for providing direct medical and public health services to members of federally recognized Native American Tribes and Alaska Native people.
The Maine Volunteer Lawyers Project provides free legal assistance for eligible low income Mainers.
In partnership with WPHW, VLP provides volunteer lawyers to advise tribal members on a variety of legal matters.
Call 1-888-956-4276 or visit VLP.org