News and Events
Saco, Maine – The New England Eating Disorders (NEED) program became a part of Sweetser in January. The program was most recently affiliated with Mercy Hospital, and housed there since 1998. Sweetser renovated a new home for NEED on its 380-acre Saco campus – located off Route 1 and I-95. It’s... full story
Other Sweetser Updates
- Catching Health Interview with Dr. Marc Kaplan on Preventing Suicide
In this Catching Health 36-minute podcast with Sweetser's Medical Director Dr. Marc Kaplan, health reporter Diane Atwood... more
- New England Eating Disorders (NEED) Program Has New Home at Sweetser in Saco
New England Eating Disorders (NEED) Program Has New Home at Sweetser in Saco The program will continue to see patients at... more
- Deb Taylor Honored in 2016 Mainebiz Women to Watch
Deb Taylor, president and CEO of Sweetser, and Julia Birtolo, a special education teacher and farm manager at the Sweetser... more
- Sweetser Awarded Contract to Provide Recovery-Based Peer Training Statewide
Saco, ME – July 18, 2016 – The Maine Department of Health and Human Services, in coordination with the Office of Substance... more
- WGME13 highlights Sweetser Experiential Learning Program
WGME13 recently profiled the ExL Program at The School at Sweetser in Saco. Click through to view the piece! more
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The mother of a young child on the Saco campus became tearful when speaking about how wonderful the staff were. It had been a difficult time for the family while their child was here, but the mother felt the staff genuinely cared about and supported (the child), and also made the mother feel...