News and Events
Sweetser, a nonprofit mental health organization with locations throughout Maine, has recently been awarded two grants, totaling $800,000 from the Next Generation Foundation, a charitable organization located in Blue Hill, Maine supporting education, health enhancement, and basic human needs. ... full story
Other Sweetser Updates
- Debra Taylor is Named Sweetser's New President and CEO
At the 65th annual meeting of the board and corporators held on October 9, Debra Taylor was officially installed as the new... more
- Sweetser Offers Tips for Parents During National Bullying Prevention Month
October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and in observance of that, we're sharing some information you might find... more
- Sweetser Training Institute Announces Request for Proposals
The Sweetser Training Institute is pleased to announce RFPs for workshops to be offered in the spring of 2015. Working toward... more
- September is National Recovery Month
In its 25th year, Recovery Month promotes the societal benefits of prevention, treatment, and recovery for mental and... more
- Cycle for Sweetser - A Family Fun Ride
Registration Now Open! Cycle for Sweetser is Sweetser's first family-friendly bike ride event, and will take place on... more
Each year, Sweetser presents special events designed to appeal to a variety of audiences and supporters. Learn more about our Fundraising & Special Events.
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What Our Clients Are Saying
Five ACT Program clients in Brunswick trade their labor on a Wiscasset organic farm for shares of the vegetables they grow. One client, Jason S., shows up to garden every Friday afternoon, rain or shine. The others come when their lives and their mental illness allow them to participate, said...