BY NATHAN STROUT Times Record Staff BATH A volunteer group focused on suicide prevention in the Bath area believes its new nonprofit status will open up new funding options and expand its role in the community. Midcoast Community Alliance launched about two years ago to address the issue of suicide in the Greater Bath community…. Continue Reading
August 21, 2018 BY NATHAN STROUT Times Record Staff BATH Organizers of Bath Middle School’s inaugural Set for Success event are calling the back-to-school celebration — well — a success. The Midcoast Community Alliance, the group behind the Set for Success event held at Bath Middle School on Sunday, sought to ensure that every student,… Continue Reading
BATH — With nine days to go before its “Back to School: Set for Success” day on Aug. 10, the Midcoast Community Alliance was just $2,300 shy of a $30,000 fundraising goal. Those funds have allowed the organization to purchase all the school supplies it hoped for, MCA founder Jamie Dorr said last week. The… Continue Reading
To prepare for the upcoming school year, MCA will be posting suicide prevention posters in each bathroom stall at Morse High School before the first day of school. In addition, Mid Coast Hospital is providing mood magnets along with a piece of mental health literature to place on every locker. We need your help! If… Continue Reading
Come dine with MCA on Thursday, July 19th from 4-8pm at Five Guys in Brunswick! 10% of sales will be donated to our organization as we work to end suicide in our communities! No flyer/coupon needed, just come! Connect with our Event on Facebook for Updates
Melissa Fochesato of Mid Coast Hospital has become alarmed at the state of many local students’ mental health.
The Bath-based Midcoast Community Alliance, founded in 2016 by Jamie Dorr, seeks funds and donations in the coming months to outfit all Regional School Unit 1 students with school supplies at an Aug. 19 event. Donation boxes are at locations throughout the city, including the Bath Area Family YMCA.
Drop off school supplies for Midcoast Community Alliance’s first Set for Success event