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

 

Foundations back KBH-Educare project for Shelter youth

The Frances Hollis Brain Foundation and the Davis Family Foundation each have awarded Kennebec Behavioral Health $4,578 to provide a variety of supports to homeless children who are guests of the Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter in Waterville.

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Chamber names KBH 'Business of the Year'

Kennebec Behavioral Health has been named 2013 Business of the Year by the Mid Maine Chamber of Commerce. 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

Bank of Maine supports clubhouse work

The Bank of Maine has granted KBH $5,000 to be divided equally among the agency's three vocational clubhouses to provide financial training/clubhouse supports to people who don’t have MaineCare. Clubhouses do a lot of great work, but the Bank wanted especially to support the coaching of clubhouse members in these areas: Read more about Bank of Maine supports clubhouse work

KBH provider is 'Social Worker of the Year'

Robert Hamm, who is one of our Clinic and School-Based clinicians, has won the Maine Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers' 2013 Social Worker of the Year Award. He was nominated for the award by the Greater Bangor Area NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People). Read more about KBH provider is 'Social Worker of the Year'

JTG Foundation provides key operational support

The John T. Gorman Foundation has granted KBH $20,000 in operating support to help maintain agency programs and supports for central Maine clients. Read more about JTG Foundation provides key operational support

Survey: KBH clients pleased with services

Kennebec Behavioral Health continues to maintain very high client-satisfaction ratings, with 99.8 percent of our patients saying they are pleased with the quality of care they receive from KBH providers.

The client-satisfaction report - the result of 754 client surveys returned to KBH in June 2013 - also found that: Read more about Survey: KBH clients pleased with services

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