The Community Resiliency Center opens Monday at 184 Main St., Lewiston. The center will offer victims legal rights information and emotional support, along with assistance with forms and documents, and help with understanding the state’s social services system. You  can also contact the following groups:

• Call 211 or visit for help finding resources.

FBI Victim Services Division ( is coordinating with local agencies to offer services.

Maine Crisis Line – (888) 568-1112 or 988

• Maine’s warm-line for non-crisis calls: (866) 771-9276

Maine Crime Victims’ Compensation Program provides financial reimbursement for losses suffered by victims of violent crime and their families.


NAMI Maine Helpline — (800) 464-5767/Press #1, weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., or email

National Child Traumatic Stress Network aims to improve access to services.

National Organization of Parents of Murdered Children offers support and assistance to all survivors of homicide victims. has an extensive list of resources.

SAMHSA National Helpline – 1-800-662-4357

Sweetser has a mental health peer-to-peer support line for adults available 24/7 at (866) 771-9276.

Tri-County Mental Health Services (888-304-4673) offers local mental health services.

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