University Counseling Services
The University and Health Counseling Services department provides free, confidential short-term personal counseling services for individuals, couples and groups, crisis/emergency assistance, and referral services to both on-campus and off-campus resources. Psychiatric assessment is available with a student co-pay. Consultation services and workshops are offered to student and staff groups upon request. Counseling services and workshops are also offered to student and staff groups upon request. Counseling services are provided by a clinical psychologist, a licensed substance abuse counselor, a consultant psychiatrist, or supervised graduate counseling interns.
Maine Assistance Program for Lawyers and Judges
The Maine Assistance Program for lawyers, judges, and law students (MAP) was created by rule of the State of Maine Supreme Judicial Court in September 2002 to confidentially address the issue of lawyer, judge or law student impairment from the effects of chemical dependency or mental conditions that result from disease, disorder, trauma, or other infirmity that impair the ability of a lawyer or judge to practice or serve. Confidential help is available. Call: 1-800-530-4627, 24 Hours - Every Day.