News and Events
Sweetser is proud to announce that we will be offering Mental Health First Aid - a structured course that teaches individuals how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Sweetser is the first organization in Maine to offer this... full story
Other Sweetser Updates
- Sweetser Receives $15,000 Grant from United Way of York County
Sweetser’s School-based Outpatient Services has been awarded a $15,000, one-year grant from the United Way of York County,... more
- 22nd Annual Sweetser/KeyBank Sold on Kids Auction to be Held on May 9
The Sweetser/KeyBank 22nd Annual Sold on Kids Auction and Dinner will be held on May 9, from 5:30 - 10:00 p.m. at the Sable... more
- Harbor Family Services to Merge into Sweetser
Sweetser President & CEO Carl Pendleton, and Harbor Family Services President & CEO Jack Mazzotti announced today that the two... more
- Sweetser's 8th Annual Cabin Fever Art Show to Open on March 18
Traveling, Collaborative Art Exhibit a First for Three Maine Mental Health Service Organizations Brunswick, ME - ... more
- Sweetser’s Long-serving President and CEO to Retire in 2014
Carl Pendleton, Sweetser’s long-serving president and CEO has announced his intention to retire on December 31, 2014. ... more
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At four days old, Troy had a stroke that rendered him completely disabled. Today, at 15, although still non-verbal and quadriplegic, he has learned to respond to Yes-No questions with a switch that he can manipulate by hand. His mother, Linda, said she has been assisted by Sweetser's Case...