Healthcare Support Resources
On this page, you will find health support resources available to adult learners.
Have questions? Reach out to a student success coach for help or find a navigator on your campus.
Mental health resources
The University of Maine System acknowledges that managing stress and mental health during times of distress is important for staff, students and families. The following resources have been compiled to give more information about psychological first aid, how to practice self-care during an emergency and how to discuss COVID-19 with children.
- The State of Maine offers many hotlines to residents (External Site).
- The State of Maine offers many mental health and wellness resources (External Site).
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has put out a resource guide for taking care of emotional health (External Site)
- The National Association of School Psychologists has created a resource for parents: Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus) (External Site).
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has created a resource for parents: Helping Children Cope with Emergencies (External Site).
- Maine Alliance for Addiction Recovery (MAAR) (External Site): MAAR’s mission is to organize recovering people into an inclusive statewide addiction recovery network that supports all recovery pathways. MAAR provides recovery education and peer recovery support programs.
Legal help with health resources
Maine Equal Justice
Maine Equal Justice (External Site) focuses their work on many of the issues that affect people’s daily lives, including access to adequate health care, housing, transportation and childcare; food and income security; and higher education and training.