CRISIS RESPONSE

 

OXFORD COUNTY CRISIS RESPONSE  (OCCR)

 

OCCR provides county wide emergency outpatient mental health services on a 24/7 basis at agency offices, in the community and in hospitals. OCCR provides crisis intervention, aftercare, and referral services. Call 888-568-1112.

 

AFTERCARE

 

Aftercare services are a maximum of 5 sessions that are focused on resolving the problems identified in the first contact with OCCR staff. These sessions are part of crisis resolution services and commence with the “day after” telephone call or office visit with an Aftercare Counselor. Call us at 207-364-3030 to learn more.

CRISIS STABILIZATION UNIT

THE JANE DEFREES HEALTH CENTER

 

The Assessment and Stabilization Unit, located in the Jane deFrees Health Center at 150 Congress Street in Rumford, is an inpatient alternative to hospital admission. The person receives a full assessment of their needs with a goal of returning home within 5 to 7 days. The emphasis is on rehabilitation. This is a fully modern ADA facility with fully qualified staff. The crisis stabilization unit provides needs assessment and stabilization, not hospitalization. Call us at 207-364-3030 to learn more. 

Oxford County Mental Health Services is a private non-profit charitable 501(c)3 organization, funded in part by membership dues, the Maine Department of Health and Human Services, and tax-deductible contributions.

 

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