Members

Lucille Hutchinson, MSW

Katrina Johndro, MHRT-C

Joan Jorge, student

Scott Kaplan, LMFT

Catherine A. Kemps, LCSW

Kennebec Behavioral Health

Kennebec Behavioral Health (KBH) is located in the heart of central Maine and has been providing comprehensive community mental health services in Maine since 1960. KBH offers clinic-based services including medication management and outpatient counseling for mental health, substance use disorder, and co-occurring disorders at five clinic locations in Augusta, Winthrop, Waterville, Farmington and Skowhegan.

Christine Kimball, LCSW

Kerstin Kirchner

Ellen Kornrumpf, LADC

Peter Leach, MHRT-C

Florine Lecomte, Psy.D.

Helene Levin, LMHC

Lifeline for ME, LLC

Lifeline for ME, LLC is a mental health and substance use disorder agency for adults founded by a mother and daughter team with many years of experience in these fields. We focus on assisting individuals to become more empowered, more independent, and to be able to recognize their full potential.

Barbara Loewenberg-Irlandy, LCPC

Amanda Lovejoy, LCSW

Maine Behavioral Healthcare

Maine Behavioral Healthcare’s 30-plus clinical programs and nearly 30 service locations, from York to Norway to Belfast, is one of the broadest behavioral healthcare programs in the state.

Maine Medical Center PIER Program

As a coordinated team, we work together to provide participants and their families the most high-quality, specialized care that exists in mental health treatment today.

Maine Medical Professionals Health Program

Proudly supporting the wellness of Maine’s healthcare professionals by providing monitoring, advocacy, treatment resources, referrals, outreach and education for over 30 years.

Maine Pretrial Services

Maine Pretrial Services, Inc. is a private, nonprofit agency committed to providing pretrial services, post-conviction alternatives, and diversion options throughout the State of Maine.

Maine Resilience Building Network

The Maine Resilience Building Network’s mission is to promote resilience in all people by increasing
the understanding of the impacts of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the importance
of building resilience through protective factors such as positive relationships.

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