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Sweetser to discontinue Bangor, Belfast group homes

  BANGOR/BELFAST – Sweetser, one of Maine’s largest nonprofit mental health providers, has announced plans to discontinue providing adult developmental services in Bangor and Belfast. The decision will result in the permanent closure of their group homes (agency home support program) by the end of the year. Sweetser’s group homes in Bangor and Belfast, provide

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Sweetser’s got PRIDE

Sweetser’s got PRIDE! Together we celebrated diversity in all its forms at Portland Pride. We had a wonderful group of staff come out to march in the parade and volunteer at our booth. We also had a presence at the Aroostook Pride Festival thanks to one of our team members, Parker Beckom, and Brunswick’s first

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Sweetser names new president and CEO

SACO – Sweetser has appointed Jayne Van Bramer as its new president and CEO. Van Bramer comes to Maine from Oklahoma, where she led the revitalization of a psychiatric hospital and outpatient service. The majority of her career was spent with the New York State Office of Mental Health, where she led the largest public

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Sweetser/Jack Chevrolet Golf Classic a Success

Our 33rd year of hosting the Sweetser/Jack Chevrolet Golf Classic proved our most successful yet. Held on June 20, 2022 at the Dunegrass Golf Club in Old Orchard Beach, this year’s event raised more than $64,000 toward providing mental and behavioral health services to Mainers in need. We are incredibly grateful to our sponsors and

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