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Behavioral Health Resources of Maine

serves the psychiatric, mental health and substance dependence treatment needs of persons in southern and central Maine.

Referral Process

We will respond to all referrals within 24 hours.
Anyone wishing to refer may call (207) 808-1384.
Healthcare professionals, please initiate referrals by completing the Referral Form and faxing it to (207) 221-1710
MaineCare, Medicare, some commercial insurances and self-pay are accepted.
Referral Form
Behavioral Health Resources of Maine
48 Free Street, Mezzanine Level Portland, Maine 04101
(207) 808 – 1384  |  Fax (207) 221-1710

Our relatively small, welcoming agency provides all of the following services at a single, convenient location:

Psychiatric Medication Management
Individual Therapy
Suboxone Program for Opioid Replacement Treatment
Inpatient Substance Abuse Counseling
 Intensive Outpatient Addiction Treatment Program
BHRM is committed to continually re-evaluating and improving these services to meet the complex challenges facing the persons we serve. Most recently we have developed a more flexible, individualized model of care in the treatment of addictions and co-occurring mental health disorders (COD).
  • We are increasing individualization in our Suboxone program, to reduce barriers to treatment.
  • We are individualizing treatment based on the client’s “stage of change”, providing Motivation Enhancement Treatment (MET) as an alternative to IOP for those persons who are still “contemplative” about their recovery.
  • We offer a special addiction treatment track for persons with more serious co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders (COD).
  • We are offering a psychiatric evaluation to our substance use clients who do not currently have a psychiatric provider.
  • We are adding an expanded array of “best practice” outpatient groups including groups for trauma and PTSD, anger management, motivation enhancement, and building cognitive- behavioral skills.


BHRM’s CEO and Clinical Director Constance W. Jordan, MSN, ANP, PMHNP, received her Masters of Science in Nursing from Simmons College and her Post Masters Certificate from Rush University. She is Board Certified as an Adult Nurse Practitioner and as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. NP Jordan has a unique and extensive blend of experience caring for patients with psychiatric disorders and chronic mental illness, given her critical care and advanced practice background she specializes in psychopharmacology/medication management for individuals with psychiatric illness and co-morbid medical disorders. She provides psychiatric evaluations, psychopharmacological medication management, mental health consults and educational lectures regarding psychiatric illness and mental health care.
Christina Markoulis LMSW-cc, CADC is the Clinical Program Manager for BHRM.  She graduated from University of New England with a Master’s in Social Work. She has worked primarily with co-occurring disorders, specifically substance abuse and mental health; in her professional career she has worked with individuals who are incarcerated and is an advocate for treatment as opposed to incarceration.
Christina is passionate about incorporating social justice in the social work field and primarily utilizes Motivational Interviewing and Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy with her clients.
Peter Wohl, MA, LADC, CCS is BHRM’s Director of Outpatient Services and COO. Peter’s career in behavioral health services spans over two decades. Prior to coming to BHRM he was the Director of Outpatient Services for Crisis & Counseling Centers, Inc. (C & C) in Augusta ME. C & C was identified as one of three centers of excellence in Maine for the treatment of co-occurring disorders. His 15-year tenure with that agency began with consulting on co- occurring disorders (COD) at Augusta Mental Health Institute (AMHI). He then started a co-occurring IOP, one of the first in the state. Prior to becoming Director of Outpatient Services, he served as the Director of Substance Abuse Services. Those services grew to include four IOP programs and fourteen outpatient clinicians at their peak.
Dr. Scott Davis is an Internist and American Board of Addiction Medicine specialist. He is also recognized as an Addiction Medicine Fellow by the American Society of Addiction Medicine. For over 20 years, Dr. Davis has treated patients with substance abuse and addiction in all phases of treatment. He completed his medical school training at Boston University in 1991 and then went onto completing Internal Medicine residency in 1994. Dr. Davis practiced Internal Medicine for 12 years prior to completing an Addiction Medicine Fellowship at Loma Linda University in Southern California. He then continued as Inpatient Medical Director for over six years at the world renowned Betty Ford Center in California. Dr. Davis successfully started one of the first inpatient Suboxone detoxification programs at the Betty Ford Center. When he relocated to Maine in 2010 he served as the Addiction Medicine Director for Penobscot Community Healthcare in Bangor, Maine. He has extensive experience in opioid detoxification and medication assisted treatment with both methadone and Suboxone. Over the years, Dr. Davis has also continued to provide addiction treatment to patients with co-occurring chronic medical and psychiatric disorders. Dr. Davis resides in South Portland and travels to Virginia to visit family whenever possible.
Linnea Purcell, LMSW-CC, LADC joined BHRM in the spring of 2015. She currently runs IOP groups, Aftercare Groups and Anger management Group. Her approach is client-centered and strength-based with an emphasis on establishing an empathetic, safe therapeutic alliance. Ms. Purcell offers extensive knowledge and training in addiction, she works with adults individually and in group setting who are impacted by serious co-occurring conditions, including a variety of mood, and anxiety disorder’s, as well as trauma, abuse, addiction, grief and loss, stress, probation, life transition and relationship conflict.
Linnea is trained in Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
She holds a master’s degree in social work from University Of New England, in Portland, Maine with a clinical concentration.
Dawn M. Hastings,DNP,APRN,PMHNP-BC, received her Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Rush University. She is Board Certified as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Ms. Hastings’ nursing background started with inpatient mental health and inpatient medical units; today she specializes in psychopharmacology/medication management for individuals with psychiatric illness, co-morbid medical disorders and for dual diagnosed individuals.

Behavioral Health Resources of Maine

48 Free St.  Mezzanine Level  Portland, Maine 04101
(207) 808 – 1384                    Fax (207) 221 – 1710