Publications and Resources
Sweetser Annual Report
Sweetser’s Annual Report is published in the winter. The report is available in Adobe Acrobat format.
Annual Report 2012-2013 (PDF, 5.13 MB)
This annual report celebrates our 185th year of service! Approximately 20,000 people benefitted from some partnership with a Sweetser staff member and program during this most recent fiscal year. Our friends and neighbors throughout the state depend on our ability to provide them with quality services, and this report shows how we've helped them.
The Sweetser Report
The Sweetser Report is Sweetser’s newsletter. Recent editions are available in Adobe Acrobat format.
Spring 2014 Report (PDF, 3.06 MB)
Fall 2013 Report (PDF, 4.61 MB)
Sweetser has a team of employees that makes presentations to civic clubs, organizations and community groups about Sweetser. In addition, our employees are available to serve as topic resources for the media. As a leader in behavioral health care in Maine for nearly 200 years, Sweetser employs a team of professionals who are experts in their fields. Our team includes psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, registered nurses, clinicians, educators, administrators and social workers with a variety of specializations. Please contact Stephanie Hanner at email@example.com or 1-800-434-3000 and we would be happy to connect you with an appropriate expert.
Sweetser Radio Minutes
Sweetser has aired 60-second radio spots called Sweetser Radio Minutes on several radio stations in southern and midcoast Maine. The spots featured Sweetser staff sharing helpful parenting tips. Learn more.
For more information about Sweetser's publications, contact Stephanie Hanner at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-434-3000.
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