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
With an issue as complex as mental health, it’s OK not to have all the answers.
Integrating Health Care Systems and Schools into a Community Approach for Suicide Prevention Facilitator: Dee Kerry, Maine Medical Association Speakers: Michael W. Field, Chief of Police, Bath Police Department Karen S. Curley, LCSW, Social Worker, Bath Middle School Thomas Kivler, LCPC, CCS, Director of Behavioral Health, Midcoast Hospital Jamie Dorr, Founding Leader, MidCoast Community Alliance Attend this session to learn about… Continue Reading
Dear Community, Recently, we have been discussing ways we can better support the young adults in our community. Yesterday, we announced that The Park will start hosting Millennial Nights: a free night of skating/biking for young adults, ages 17-22. This monthly event will take place on the last Friday of every month from 9pm to… Continue Reading
Today’s teens are growing up in an environment with pressures, stress and priorities vastly different from when we were their age. If you’re concerned that your son or daughter might be using drugs or alcohol — or if you know they are — it’s important that we, as parents, consider why. Some teens turn to… Continue Reading
Please see the flyer below for a great training on working with kids and families. This is a very effective model to manage complex teen and parent issues. If you have questions about it please direct them to Kelly Hoyt, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and the newest member of Midcoast Community Alliance!