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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.

Homeless Youth Outreach Program

Kennebec Behavioral Health is pleased to announce that we have just received a grant from People's United Bank for $1000 toward our Homeless Youth Outreach Program. Homeless Youth Outreach provides a critical service to youth who are experiencing homelessness or are at risk of homelessness in Kennebec and Somerset Counties. Our Case Managers work with the youth, who are typically 15-21 years of age, until the youth is stably housed and has been connected to appropriate, sustainable supports and services.

See some of the photos from our 2015 Annual Meeting

July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

Why I Walk: Joan's Story

Read about the story of one of Capitol Clubhouse's members here. Read more about Why I Walk: Joan's Story

KBH Annual Meeting

Thursday, June 11th KBH had its 55th Annual Meeting.

The four boards of KBH came together to be recognized at this important evening that included an insightful and informative speech from Dr. Glenn Cummings, the Interim President at UMA and soon-to-be President at USM.

KBH was also pleased to present the James R. Schmidt Award to Old Navy and the Outstanding Community Partnership Awards to Abnaki Council Knights of Columbus #334 and to the Knights of Columbus #13486.

On Track to Recovery 5K Walk/ Run

KBH is a proud sponsor of Crisis & Counseling Centers’ On Track to Recovery 5K Walk/Run, which will be held Sept. 19 at the Kennebec River Rail Trail. Join us by attending this community event and showing that we care about our friends and neighbors in recovery.” On Track to Recovert 5K Walk/ Run Read more about On Track to Recovery 5K Walk/ Run

Community Health Improvement Week

Community Health Improvement Week is May 31st- June 6th.

To learn more, please go online here.

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