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AMHC Relocates Ellsworth Outpatient and Downeast Treatment Center to 70 Kingsland Crossing

Aroostook Mental Health Services, Inc. (AMHC) is pleased to announce that it is relocating to 70 Kingsland Crossing, Ellsworth, combining its outpatient services and Downeast Treatment Center (DTC) in one location. The new facility will open on Monday, December 11, 2023. To prepare for the move, offices will be closed Thursday and Friday, December 7 and 8.

“We are excited to offer AMHC services from a central location,” said Ellen Bemis, CEO. “Our offices will be close to city amenities, including other healthcare providers, retail stores, and more. In addition, by placing the Downeast Treatment Facility and outpatient services under one roof, we make it easier for our clients to access a full range of behavioral health services, with an opportunity to expand and grow programming.”  An open house is planned for Spring, 2024.

AMHC has been offering mental health, substance use, crisis, and sexual assault services in Hancock County since 2009. Thanks to a partnership with Downeast Treatment Substance Network (DSTN), a partnership of organizations and community members in Downeast, Maine, the Downeast Treatment Center opened in 2018, providing a “hub and spoke” model of care for individuals with substance use disorder.

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AMHC Call Center Move Complete

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