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Suicide Safer Care Portal 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.  

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$2.9M Award Paves Way for Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) announced on February 5, 2021 that it has awarded Sweetser a $2.9 million grant to develop a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCHBC) in midcoast Maine. The award will expand services Sweetser delivers in Sagadahoc, northern coastal Cumberland County, and parts of Lincoln and Androscoggin counties.

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Help Sweetser create promising futures

Sweetser is in the running for a 2021 Community Matters More grant from the Bangor Savings Bank Foundation and we need your help to win! We are one of 44 local nonprofit organizations selected throughout Maine and New Hampshire to compete for valuable grant money to help support our mission. All residents of Maine and

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Online Wellness Tools for Coping with COVID-19

Sweetser is offering myStrength — a free and confidential online wellness tool with activities that individuals and families can use to cope with the stress and anxiety brought on by the pandemic. myStrength Online Wellness Tool & Activities Courtesy of Sweetser

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Auction Funds Important Services and COVID-19 Support

Sweetser Medical Director Marc Kaplan, DO, talked with Celeste Baranyi from WBLM/Townsquare Media about the Sweetser/KeyBank Sold on Kids Online Auction underway through October 19, 2020. Support from the auction funds services for people of all ages with mental and behavioral health, intellectual and developmental services, recovery, and education.   Find out how to contribute

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