Promising Futures

As a nonprofit community mental health provider, our caring and compassionate staff, volunteers and donors help create promising futures for children, families and adults by connecting them with services they need and deserve.

ABOUT US

Join us for the 28th Annual Sweetser/KeyBank “Sold on Kids” Auction & Dinner on Friday, May 8, 2020.

 

EVENTS
Reducing Stigma and Pursuing Wellness

Sweetser Medical Director Marc Kaplan, DO, joined MPBN Maine Calling’s panel discussion on Mental Health: Reducing Stigma and Pursuing Wellness.

Suicide Safer Care and Suicide Prevention

Sweetser’s partnership with the Maine CDC to create the Suicide Safer Care Portal was included in a story on NewsCenter Maine (Portland and Bangor) featuring Sweetser Senior Director and Zero Suicide Chair Leslie Mulhearn.

Are you worried about yourself or someone else? Watch this video. >

Rich History

Serving Maine since 1828

TIMELINE

Statewide reach. Essential services. Significant impact.

2,991

Children worked with Sweetser school-based clinicians last year

2,456

Mobile crisis interventions supported

22,373

Children and adults received Sweetser services last year

Promises Kept

“In life we all need to find a purpose. I’ve thought of many different things that I thought could be my purpose. But standing here today I have realized my purpose is to help people just like you. Purpose is the reason you journey, passion is the fire that lights your way. Being here today is the fire down in my soul that has encouraged me to move on. Just remember the words that I have said and the memories that you have had with me since I have been at Sweetser School.”

Ian Dow, Sweetser School graduation in Belfast, June 13, 2018

Watch Ian's Story