DOVER-FOXCROFT - The Mayo Counseling Program has consolidated operations formerly located at the Mayo Regional Hospital campus and in Dexter, and has moved to new office space at 69 High St. in Dover-Foxcroft.
Mental health and substance abuse counseling programs previously delivered at the Basket House on the hospital campus, and psychiatry services formerly located at a satelitte site in Dexter, are now under one roof in a building that last housed the superintendent of schoolâ€™s office and adult education center for SAD 68. The new Counseling location is next door to the Penquis Higher Education Center.
Patients will be seen at the new center starting Oct. 22. The new general telephone number is 564-4110, while psychiatry patients will continue to call 564-4567.
Mayo purchased the building earlier this year from the Town of Dover-Foxcroft for $185,000. Extensive renovations have been completed over recent months.
Psychiatrist Richard Wallingford III, M.D. and psychiatric nurse practitioner Laurie Mahar, PMH-NP will offer medication management services for psychiatric patients over the age of 18.
Other Counseling Program services include mental health evaluation and assessment; outpatient individual, family and group mental health counseling; substance abuse evaluation and assessment; outpatient individual, family and group substance abuse counseling; and DEEP.
Counseling Program staff are John Spieker, director; Allen Drucker, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor; Joel Makowski, Karen Staffeld and Anita Cooley, Licensed Clinical Social Workers. Tammi Boyce and Becca Noonan provide secretarial support.
Counseling services are also provided at the following primary care physician offices: Dexter Internal Medicine, Guilford Medical Associates and Milo Family Practice.
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