Behavioral Health Homes
Woodfords’ Behavioral Health Homes Program is designed to provide support to children and youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities and/or mental health diagnoses and their families. Coordinators link children and their parents to resources and services in their own communities. Services can range from informational to intensive, defined by the amount of support and intervention a parent and/or child requests. Coordinators provide a wide range of supports and resources including providing information regarding the child's diagnosis, connecting the child and their family with a wide range of resources and services, and more based on the goals of the child and family.
Woodfords Behavioral Health Homes Program also specializes in helping families navigate the special education process, IEPs, and major school transitions such as the transition into kindergarten, from elementary to middle school, middle school to high school, and high school to adulthood and adult services.
The Behavioral Health Homes Program provides services in many parts of the following counties: Androscoggin, Cumberland, Kennebec, Lincoln, Sagadahoc, and York. If you are interested in accessing services, please contact us to see if we have providers currently serving your community.
Eligibility & Referrals
Services are accessible to any child age birth to 20 years with a diagnosis of an intellectual or developmental disability or mental health diagnosis. All children (birth to 20) must be eligible for MaineCare services or MaineCare Katie Beckett.