Details: Health Access Network (HAN) is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that was started in September 2003 and now has clinic locations in the rural communities of Lincoln, Medway, Millinocket, West Enfield, and Lee (Maine). HAN’s service area includes 19 organized towns, plus numerous unorganized plantations and territories, in northern central Maine with a total population of approximately 23,000 people.
Details: Community Clinical Services (CCS) Psychiatry is a Federally Qualified Health Center and a full-service behavioral health practice. Our practice is located at 100 Campus Avenue in Lewiston and some of our providers also provide care at our B Street Health Center and Renaissance School. We have a large staff of psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners and we provide psychiatric care and medication management to children, adults and elders. We have providers that specialize in children, providers that specialize in adults, and a specialized geriatric team for patients with memory issues. We are one of only three geriatric psychiatry programs in Maine! Many of our providers also work at the St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center’s in-patient behavioral health programs, so they are able to follow patients throughout a larger continuum of care, when needed. St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center also has Maine’s only Behavioral Health Emergency Room, and we often receive referrals for follow-up care. CCS Psychiatry is a specialty care practice and what that means is often the patient needs to be referred by a primary care provider first so that we can coordinate care with your provider and have up to date information on your current needs. Even though this may sound complicated, DON”T GIVE UP. Call us and we can walk you through the steps. CCS Psychiatry has provided profound relief and hope and sustainability for thousands of patients throughout the years, and we know that psychiatric issues are very difficult. You will be cared for here. If we do not believe we have the skills to handle your, or your loved ones care, we will refer you to another psychiatric practice that is better equipped for your needs. You may need to work through your insurance’s requirements. We do want you and your loved ones to have a good future, and we are here to help.
Details: The Health Equity Alliance is working to expand our healthcare offerings, including a new service to provide limited free healthcare services – the HEAL Triage Clinic. The part-time clinic aims to reduce unnecessary emergency room visits and increase enrollment in primary care while meeting basic needs for clients, particularly those who are actively using drugs and the LGBTQ+ community. Housed within HEAL’s new Bangor offices at 304 Hancock Street, Suite 3B, the clinic is operated by staff and volunteer medical providers. HEAL offers basic healthcare focused on immediate, non-emergent needs. The HEAL Triage Clinic is designed as a low-barrier access point to meet basic needs; as such, it will not offer ongoing, comprehensive primary care. The clinic will coordinate with local federally qualified health centers, like Penobscot Community Health Center (PCHC), as well as hospital systems, to connect clients with longitudinal, comprehensive primary and dental care.
Details: Greater Portland Health is a remarkable medical practice committed to offering everyone in our communities high-quality, affordable and respectful care. Established in 2008 as the Portland Community Health Center, we now serve more than 10,000 people from our four offices in Portland and one in South Portland. We provide a greater range of care than many practices, including primary medical, behavioral health and oral health. And we partner with the region’s finest specialists to care for your whole self, for your whole life. We welcome everyone, no matter what type of insurance you may have - private, Medicare, MaineCare, or none. For those without insurance, we offer a sliding-scale fee based on income. We are a nonprofit corporation governed by a patient-majority Board of Directors.
Details: The Knox Clinic Dental Program offers low cost dental care for those who qualify. Priority is given to those who need dental care for the control of pain and infection, or to improve employability, and to children in need. There is a waiting list.
Details: Health Access Network (HAN) is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that was started in September 2003 and now has clinic locations in the rural communities of Lincoln, Medway, Millinocket, West Enfield, and Lee (Maine). HAN’s service area includes 19 organized towns, plus numerous unorganized plantations and territories, in northern central Maine with a total population of approximately 23,000 people. HAN provides comprehensive primary healthcare, dental care, podiatry, and behavioral healthcare services to all residents, regardless of their ability to pay. We accept all commercial insurances as well as MaineCare and Medicare.
Details: The mission of the Bucksport Regional Health Center is to service the primary health care needs of the people of our service area, and beyond, by providing an environment within which our patients can reach and maintain excellent emotional and physical health through the maintenance of a fiscally viable, compassionate organization that strives for excellence by respecting and preserving the dignity of our patients and employees.
Details: Our Mission: To improve the health of the community by providing FREE healthcare services to persons who have no insurance and by sponsoring health promotion activities for the entire community.