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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.

Clubhouse International receives prestigious award

We are excited to announce that Clubhouse International and Fountain House NY have been selected as co-recipients to receive the 2014 Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize! The $1.5 million award, the world's largest humanitarian prize, is presented to organizations that are doing extraordinary work to alleviate human suffering. Read more about Clubhouse International receives prestigious award

Living in Balance

Living in Balance posterKennebec Behavioral Health will host two different Living In Balance (LIB) Groups in Skowhegan.  LIB is an early stage substance abuse group.  We will be offering a group for women led by Kathe Dumont and one for men led by Nick Citriglia . Please feel free to contact our Skowhegan office, 888-322-2136,for more information. Read more about Living in Balance

KBH honors advocates for agency clients

Patricia Goodknow, left, with Lisa SoucieAUGUSTA - At its recent annual meeting, the non-profit Kennebec Behavioral Health presented awards of appreciation to a statewide health-care advocate that works in behalf of low-income Mainers as well as a Waterville restaurant that employs persons experiencing mental illness.
 

Former United Way chief joins KBH

Tina Chapman has joined Kennebec Behavioral Health as Director of Development and Communications, according to Thomas J. McAdam, KBH’s Chief Executive Officer.

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KBH among MeHAF grant winners

The Maine Health Access Foundation has awarded Kennebec Behavioral Health and a consortium of central Maine health-care partners a two-year grant of $125,000 to improve how basic primary care services are provided for people experiencing serious mental illness in Kennebec and Somerset County.  Read more about KBH among MeHAF grant winners

Chamber names KBH 'Business of the Year'

Kennebec Behavioral Health has been named 2013 Business of the Year by the Mid-Main Read more about Chamber names KBH 'Business of the Year'

High Hopes member, director speak at United Nations

High Hopes Clubhouse Director Lisa Soucie and Clubhouse member Kirsten Roy on Nov. 13 spoke at the United Nations in New York City on the value of vocational clubhouses for persons experiencing mental illness. Read more about High Hopes member, director speak at United Nations

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