There is now a law that protects your mental health and substance use disorder benefits. To learn more about these protections, please click HERE.
The CCSM Issue Statement Subcommittee has created a second draft on the issue statements pertaining to Food Insecurity and addressing the policies and practices at Riverview Psychiatric Center that do not promote recovery. These second drafts were formulated from feedback given to the first drafts we put out recently. We are currently looking for your feedback on spelling, grammar and flow only to help us fine tune these statements. No additional information will be added at this point.
Disability Rights Maine announces launch of their statewide survey, "SNAPSHOT: Maine's Mental Health System!"
Anyone who currently receives mental health services is invited to take part in this survey - this is your chance to let us know what's working or not working.YOUR VOICE IS IMPORTANT!
The feedback they receive will be used to advocate for systemic changes to Maine's mental system.
You can access this survey by:
- Visiting http://drme.org/news/2016/
memhcs and completing it directly on our website;
Clicking on the SurveyMonkey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/
If you/your clients wish to participate, but do not have internet access, please call the DRM office (1.800.452.1948). They will mail a paper copy to you, along with a self-addressed, stamped return envelope.
The CCSM Issue Statement Subcommittee has been working on 2 issue statements on Food Insecurity and Addressing the policies and practices at Riverview that do not promote recovery.
The subcommittee has completed a first draft of each statement and is looking for feedback from our peers on the content and clarity of the statements.