Our Services

Specialized Residential Treatment Programs


At Brackett Street, we serve six adult men with serious and persistent mental illness who have been involved with the criminal justice system. We offer 24-hour care, 365 days a year. Programming includes a cognitive-behavioral group called Thinking for a Change, a meditation group, conflict resolution and a community give-back group.


The Beach Street House is a six-bed home for men diagnosed with a mental illness, who need a supportive living environment. Our trained and supportive staff offer the skills and supports to help our clients live and interact as independently and creatively as possible in the community.


Sawyer Street House is a seven-bed, long-term residential home for aging women diagnosed with a mental illness, who need a supportive living environment. Residents are encouraged to build relationships, increase social skills, set workable goals, develop and pursue interests and hobbies.

Intensive Residential Treatment

Intensive Residential Treatment & Housing is a program for six men or women diagnosed with a mental illness, who need intensive residential housing and treatment. This program has six individual apartments in Biddeford, where clients receive one-on-one assistance 24/7.


The Arthur B. Huot House provides 10 efficiency apartments for veterans who are homeless. The program, which is the first co-ed veteran transitional living program in Maine, provides veterans with stable housing and additional services to help them transition back into the community and All the Way Home™.

Named in honor of the late U.S. Navy Veteran Arthur “Skip” Huot, the program is operated in partnership with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and Maine Housing.

Community-Based Treatment Programs


We help adults, 18 years of age and older, who are living with mental health disorders, maintain their independence in the community.  Qualified staff help clients develop and strengthen the skills they need to live successfully in the community, support that can include medication administration, monitoring of ADLs, role modeling, and coaching and feedback.

Call 207-373-1140 or email us for more information.