SERVICES

Mental Health Services

   Contact: Tracy Haller, LCSW, ACS
                 Director Mental Health Services
                 207.879.6165 x31
                 thaller@casamaine.org

   Outpatient Services

  • Individualized Assessment/Treatment
  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Play therapy
  • Offices in Portland and Hiram

   Home and Community Based Treatment-HCT (Section 65)

  • In-home family and individual therapy
  • Licensed Masters Level Clinician
  • Behavioral Health Professional

   Psychological Services

  • Adaptive behavior assessments using the
    Vineland Assessment Tool

   Specialized Services

  • Mental Health Diagnoses
  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • Developmental Disorders
  • Social Cognitive Therapy
  • Co-Occurring Capable
  • Trauma informed treatment
  • Play based therapy
  • Dual Diagnoses MH/ID

   Insurances

  • MaineCare
  • Anthem
  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • Harvard
  • MMC-PHO
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Residential Care

Casa operates several adult Residential Care homes located in Portland, Scarborough and Windham. Each facility is home to two-to-six adults who live with 24-hour support services.

ICF/MR Nursing

Casa's Intermediate Care Facility for Mental Retardation/Nursing (ICF/MR Nursing) is home to 16 adults and children who have mental retardation or autism and intensive medical needs. The ICF is located in Scarborough, Maine, just south of Portland, and is often called the heart of Casa. Located in a wooded suburban neighborhood, the ICF is a state-of-the-art facility with comfortable bedrooms and 24-hour nursing service. It features a community room, sunroom, gazebo and nature trail for use by residents and visitors. Residents also spend time on outings, including visits to restaurants, movies, fairs and even the circus.

Supportive Living

Within Portland and Westbrook, Casa operates several Supportive Living Homes. Each is home to one-to-two residents who live with 24-hour support staff. Residents in these facilities are able to direct portions of their daily routines and are afforded services to assist them in all areas of need.

Private Duty Nursing

Casa provides nursing and home health services to both adults and children in their private homes.

Social Cognitive Therapy

Our therapists will be using an approach developed by Michelle Garcia Winner in conjunction with other proven approaches that will help meet the needs of each child or adult. The Social Cognitive Therapy groups are open to any child or adult with or without a current diagnosis of Social Cognitive Deficits.

In-Home Support Services

Casa provides support services to children with qualifying diagnoses of mental retardation and/or Autism in their private homes. For each child, an individualized plan is created with input from the child's parent(s)/guardian(s), case manager, therapists, educators and others, to address areas of habilitation need such as daily living, social and recreational skills and therapies. Each child is paired with a one-on-one Habilitation Assistant to work toward established goals in these areas. In-Home Support Services are provided in the following towns: Biddeford, Buxton, Cape Elizabeth, Cumberland, Falmouth, Freeport, Gorham, Gray, North Yarmouth, Old Orchard Beach, Portland, Saco, Scarborough, South Portland, Standish, Westbrook, Windham and Yarmouth.

In-Home Waiver Services

Casa provides In-Home Waiver Services to eligible children in Casa's Service Provision Area. These services provide in-home support staff to address all areas of a child's need.

Residential Child Care Services

Casa operates Residential Child Care Facilities in Portland and Scarborough. Each facility is home to two-to-three children with diagnoses of mental retardation or autism. Each home provides 24-hour support staff to assist with all areas of need, such as daily routine, habilitation, nutrition, recreational and social skills.

Behavioral Health Services

Casa’s Children’s Home and Community Based Treatment is an intensive service of the MaineCare system Section 65 HCT for children and their families in need of comprehensive, clinical mental health services. It is a strengths-based and time-limited service with a multidisciplinary approach.