News and Events
Sweetser's 21st Annual Sold on Kids Auction raised over $75,000, money which will go directly to support Sweetser programs. This year’s auction theme “Honoring 185 Years of Hope” celebrated a milestone anniversary for the organization who serves those with substance abuse, mental health and... full story
Other Sweetser Updates
- Krissy Mailman, New Development Officer
Sweetser has recently hired Krissy Mailman as the new Development Officer. Previously, Krissy was the Manager of Marketing and... more
- Governor LePage Helps Welcome Sweetser’s Sanford Clubhouse
Governor Paul LePage joined Sweetser in celebrating the opening of our new Sanford Clubhouse, now the fifth in Maine. ... more
- Sweetser Receives $13,340 Grant from United Way of York County
Sweetser's School-based Outpatient Services has been awarded a $13,340, one-year grant from the United Way of York County,... more
- In the News: Students put the "sweet" in Sweetser
Article from March 23 edition of the Journal Tribune Students put the 'sweet' in Sweetser (click for online article... more
- 7th Annual Cabin Fever Art Show and Sale
Sweetser's 7th Annual Cabin Fever Art Show and Sale is scheduled for March 26-28, at the 329 Bath Road location. A noon... 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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