New Website Accessibility Features

Sweetser now has one of the most accessible websites in behavioral health in Maine. We’ve added new functionality to our website to ensure we reduce barriers to access services. The first is a translation feature that allows individuals to toggle between top languages and it will auto translate all the text on our website. Top

Thinking cloud and radio microphone logo for Not Now, Maybe Later teen mental health podcast

Sweetser produces new teen mental health podcast

Sweetser, a statewide mental health organization, has launched a new podcast about mental health, specifically for Maine youth. The podcast, Not Now Maybe Later, is hosted by Emily Ostrow, a licensed Sweetser clinical social worker based in MSAD #60. According to the 2022 Kids Count Data Book, children are struggling with anxiety and depression at

Sweeetser Saco admin building staff in Halloween costumes

Halloween 2022 for Sweetser students

Our Saco School students visited our Saco Admin Building and staff went all out to provide them a true Halloween experience. Each wing picked a different Pixar theme: HR – Toy Story Finance & Patient Accounts – Finding Nemo/Finding Dory Development/Communications/Exec – Monsters Inc. IS – A Bug’s Life Training – Incredibles Thank you to

Services expanded to Somerset and Kennebec counties with Sweetser and OPTIONS saves live logos on the graphic

Sweetser Expands Participation in OPTIONS

Sweetser has expanded its participation in the OPTIONS (Overdose Prevention Through Intensive Outreach, Naloxone, and Safety) initiative, adding two counties—Somerset and Kennebec—to the list of those we serve. OPTIONS, which is a partnership with the Maine Office of Behavioral Health, aims to improve the health of Mainers who use substances by using harm reduction strategies,