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Kennebec Behavioral Health’s mission is to promote the well-being of persons who experience mental illness, emotional difficulties or behavioral challenges.

National Drug Facts Week is Coming

National Drug Facts Week was launched in 2010 by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to counteract the myths we get from the internet, TV, movies, music or friends. In community and school events all over America, teens and experts will come together for an honest conversation about how drugs affect the brain, body and behavior. Read more about National Drug Facts Week is Coming

Angus King Reps visit Capitol Clubhouse

Edie Smith, State Director, and Teague Morris, Constituent Services Director, representatives from the office of Angus King visited Capitol Clubhouse Tuesday, November 25th. They were given a tour of the clubhouse and met multiple members who told them about their experiences since joining the clubhouse and the positive influence it has had on their work life. Edie and Teague hope to get King’s office more involved with the clubhouse model by keeping in communications with clubhouse directors and by educating members about the efforts and goals of Angus King’s office. Read more about Angus King Reps visit Capitol Clubhouse

Rep. Patrick Flood Receives Public Policymaker Award

The Maine Developmental Disabilities Council presented Representative Patrick Flood with the Public Policymaker Award. The reception and award presentation took place on Wednesday, November 12th at Maple Hill Farm in Hallowell.

 

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LAC hosted John Shattuck's Central Maine Community College class

Looking Ahead Clubhouse hosted John Shattuck’s Central Maine Community College class on November 19th. The group of 22 was comprised of students, family members, friends, and members/staff of LAC. Christine Berry and several members provided the group with a tour and dinner prior to facilitating an in-depth discussion on the Clubhouse Model. John Shattuck has been a longtime supporter of the Clubhouse Model and previously worked for Fountain House in New York. Read more about LAC hosted John Shattuck's Central Maine Community College class

High Hopes Clubhouse hosts District 4 Chiefs of Police Association Meeting

High Hopes Clubhouse hosted District 4 Chiefs of Police Association Meeting on November 18th. Read more about High Hopes Clubhouse hosts District 4 Chiefs of Police Association Meeting

LAC Attends First National Clubhouse Conference

Looking Ahead Clubhouse attended the first National Clubhouse Conference in Silver Springs Maryland (Nov 12th-14th) alongside Capitol Clubhouse, High Hopes Clubhouse Unlimited Solutions Clubhouse, and KBH administrator Cheryl Davis. The LAC group of four (Diana B, Valerie L, and two members) attended plenaries, discussions, and lectures given by Clubhouse International Faculty and Clubhouse colleague teams from around the United States. The LAC colleague team participated in several discussions independently to obtain the most information to bring back to Maine. Read more about LAC Attends First National Clubhouse Conference

Support for Families with Young Children Grows

The Griffin-Guerrette Charitable Giving Fund has awarded Educare Central Maine a grant to support its partnership with the Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter and Kennebec Behavioral Health (KBH).

The Griffin-Guerrette Charitable Giving Fund was established in 2012 to recognize Judith A. Griffin and Paul Guerette for their nearly 70 years of dedicated service to Trademark Federal Credit Union and to the greater Augusta area. The Fund awards $1,000 annually to a non-profit organization in the Augusta area. Read more about Support for Families with Young Children Grows

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