Promising Futures for Children & Families

Sweetser offers support in many ways for your child and your family behavioral health needs. Services are available in your community, including through many primary care offices, in a residential setting, or in your child’s school.

Services For Families

Promising Futures for Adults

Sweetser offers support in many ways for improved adult mental health services — available in your home, or in the community at Sweetser clinics and in many primary care offices.

Services For Adults

Peer-to-Peer Support

It may not be a crisis, but there are times when talking with a peer support specialist who has experience in recovery can make a big difference.

Peer Services

Educational Services

Giving school-aged students the best chance for successful learning, Sweetser’s special education curriculum supports students struggling with social, emotional, and academic challenges.

Educational Services

Join Our Team!

Don’t settle for just a paycheck. Choose a job that truly inspires you. Choose a job that could change a life – even your own. Begin your career in mental health with Sweetser, paid training provided. Sign on bonuses for many positions.

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Sweetser Spotlight

June is Pride Month with a number of festivals and parades across the state, but how can pride play a role in the mental health of those within the LGBTQ+ community. Sweetser spokesperson Justin Chenette discusses on this Mental Health Moment segment on WMTW Channel 8.

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Are you looking for a compassionate career working with children in Maine? Sweetser is looking for individuals who want to work directly with our residential youth clients. Our Youth & Family Counselors enjoy full benefits, paid time off, tuition reimbursement and paid training, along with opportunities for growth in the field. It is more than a job! Join our team of talented professionals. Learn more: https://www.sweetserjobs.org/careers/

Happy National Ice Cream Day! This summer our executive team has been visiting each of our locations across the state to bring some delicious treats, including this gelato truck, to our very deserving team members. Pictured here at our Saco Admin Building.

Happy National Ice Cream Day! This summer our executive team has been visiting each of our locations across the state to bring some delicious treats, including this gelato truck, to our very deserving team members. Pictured here at our Saco Admin Building.

This summer our executive team has been visiting each of our locations across the state to bring some delicious treats to our very deserving team members. Pictured here at our Portland office.

This summer our executive team has been visiting each of our locations across the state to bring some delicious treats to our very deserving team members. Pictured here at our Portland office.

This summer our executive team has been visiting each of our locations across the state to bring some delicious treats to our very deserving team members. Pictured here at our Saco campus.

This summer our executive team has been visiting each of our locations across the state to bring some delicious treats to our very deserving team members. Pictured here at our Saco campus.

'The program consists of an interdisciplinary team including a clinician, case manager, family support specialist, and nurse practitioner. This team is able to take the treatment to the client in their own home or another comfortable setting.'

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Sweetser’s Child ACT Program aims to fill gap in youth mental health services

Sweetser is launching a new program to serve youth with significant mental health needs.

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Wonderful coverage on @newscentermaine about the launch of our new Child ACT (Assertive Community Treatment) program and what it means for families trying to access services in Southern Maine.

Wonderful coverage on Newscenter Maine about the launch of our new Child ACT (Assertive Community Treatment) program and what it means for families trying to access services in Southern Maine.

Our Training team held a Youth Mental Health First Aid training with the Augusta Teen Center Boys & Girls Club. Congrats to all who completed their education and certification.
We have openings in our next free training held at the Augusta Teen Center on Friday July 26th. You will learn to:
• Recognize the common signs & symptoms of mental health and substance use challenges in adolescents
• Intervene and support an adolescent facing mental health or substance use challenges
• De-escalate mental health and substance use crisis situations
• Connect youth with appropriate mental health supports, including mental healthcare resources across Maine
• Understand the impact of trauma and bullying on youth/teen mental health
• Practice self-care and building self-care habits (how to better support yourself to better support others!)
Learn more: https://www.sweetser.org/training-institute-course/186-youth-mental-health-first-aid-blended-in-person.

Our Training team held a Youth Mental Health First Aid training with the Augusta Teen Center Boys & Girls Club. Congrats to all who completed their education and certification. We have openings in our next free training held at the Augusta Teen Center on Friday July 26th. You will learn to:
• Recognize the common signs & symptoms of mental health and substance use challenges in adolescents
• Intervene and support an adolescent facing mental health or substance use challenges
• De-escalate mental health and substance use crisis situations
• Connect youth with appropriate mental health supports, including mental healthcare resources across Maine
• Understand the impact of trauma and bullying on youth/teen mental health
• Practice self-care and building self-care habits (how to better support yourself to better support others!)
Learn more with the link in our bio.

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