Twenty community members will attend the Youth Mental Health First Aid training today, led by NAMI Maine in partnership with Mid Coast Hospital. Thank you to the Bath Parks & Recreation Department for providing this great learning space.
A large group of community members assemble outside Morse High School to tell students “You Matter.” BY LORRY FLEMINGCONTRIBUTING WRITER Students at Morse High School found out just how important they are to the community as they were treated to a gauntlet of cheers, smiles, and encouragement as they arrived at school on May 26. The… Continue Reading
BATH, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — Talk about starting your day off on the right foot; community members in Bath lined the sidewalks to the Morse High School Friday morning with signs of encouragement for students, telling them they matter. This comes after a survey revealed 49% of students said they thought they didn’t matter in their community…. Continue Reading
By now you’ve probably heard about or watched 13 Reasons Why, a newly released Netflix series based on a book that was published 10 years ago. The series revolves around 17-year-old Hannah Baker, who takes her own life and leaves behind audio recordings for 13 people who she says in some way were part of… Continue Reading
Recent Deaths Raise Community Concern Over the past month our communities have experienced two deaths in public places that have been investigated as suicides. Without knowing the details into the lives of these two individuals, it is impossible to offer any blanket statements about what may have contributed to their decisions to end their lives. … Continue Reading
Bath, ME – On Sunday, April 30th, at 4:00 pm, the Midcoast Community Alliance will hold its first public event, “A Call to Action for Suicide Prevention,” in the gymnasium at the Bath Parks & Recreation Department (4 Sheridan Road, Bath). Hosted by Bath Police Chief Mike Field, the event focuses on public health issues… Continue Reading