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Deb Taylor, president and CEO of Sweetser, and Julia Birtolo, a special education teacher and farm manager at the Sweetser School, talk about the program while petting Zoe in the school’s stables. Photo / Tim Greenway Mainebiz selected Sweetser President & CEO Deb Taylor as a 2016 Women to Watch... full story
Other Sweetser Updates
- Sweetser Awarded Contract to Provide Recovery-Based Peer Training Statewide
Saco, ME – July 18, 2016 – The Maine Department of Health and Human Services, in coordination with the Office of Substance... more
- WGME13 highlights Sweetser Experiential Learning Program
WGME13 recently profiled the ExL Program at The School at Sweetser in Saco. Click through to view the piece! more
- Sweetser Benefit Night at Brunswick Five Guys
Sweetser will receive 10% of all sales on Wednesday, July 27th from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Five Guys restaurant in Brunswick... more
- Sweetser/Prime Motor Group Golf Classic Raises $52,000
Sunny skies prevailed at the 27th Sweetser/Prime Motor Group Golf Classic on June 20th at Dunegrass Golf Club, raising a... more
- Sweetser’s Portland Office Relocating to Lancaster St. June 27
Saco, ME – Sweetser’s office in Portland, currently located at 1011 Forest Avenue, is relocating to 190 Lancaster St., Suite... 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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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...