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Meet our Affiliate Providers: Debra Ouimette

Sweetser partners with independently licensed clinicians dedicated to assisting Mainers with mental health and/or substance use issues. As part of the partnership, our affiliates have access to regular referrals, support with billing and processing claims, assistance with managed care, and much more.   Q: How long have you been in the profession as a whole?

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Sweetser Stories: Makayla’s Promising Future

In June 2017, Makayla’s home life became untenable. At 17 years old, she found herself in Sweetser’s Child Crisis Unit in Saco—a place she called home for seven months. “Before I came to the Sweetser Crisis Unit, I was self-harming to show my mom and her roommate how I was feeling because they wouldn’t listen to

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Sweetser’s OPTIONS Clinicians Recognized by Governor at Annual Summit

Sweetser clinician Kate Dowd shakes hands with Governor Mills. Sweetser’s OPTIONS (Overdose Prevention Through Intensive Outreach, Naloxone, and Safety) liaisons were honored for their tireless work by Governor Janet Mills at the annual Opioid Response Summit in Bangor on July 11. Sweetser’s liaisons are Kate Dowd of Waldo County, Will Bucklin of Knox County, Tom

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