The CCSM will be hosting regional meeting & SCC Elections as follows:
All meetings held from 2:00 – 4:00 pm and online via Zoom
|Region 1: Cumberland & York Counties||March 30, 2022|
|Region 2: Androscoggin, Franklin, Kennebec, Knox, |
Lincoln, Oxford, Sagadahoc, Somerset & Waldo Counties
|April 6, 2022|
|Region 3: Aroostook, Hancock, Penobscot, |
Piscataquis & Washington Counties
|April 27, 2022|
Regional meetings will be held to gather feedback from the peer community regarding mental health services in Maine. Information obtained will be used to help inform the work we do for the next few years. SCC Elections for Region 1 and Region 2 at large representatives will also take place.
Your attendance and input is very important!!!
All meetings to be held online via Zoom
To join by video: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8938611710
To join by phone only (no computer needed),dial:
Enter Webinar / Meeting ID# when prompted: 893 861 1710
No Password Needed!
The CCSM is currently accepting applications for 2 At-Large Representatives to serve on the Statewide Consumer Council (SCC).
Applications must be received no later than 5pm, 7 days before your scheduled Regional Meeting.
Region 1 At-Large Representative (3 Year Term)
Applications due March 23, 2022
Region 2 At-Large Representative (3 Year Term)
Applications due March 30, 2022
PLEASE NOTE: The Statewide Consumer Council (SCC) is the governing body/legal board of directors with all the responsibilities that come with that position!
How to Apply
Anyone wishing to apply for a position must complete and submit the CCSM Elected Representative Application.
Candidates are also required to read the SCC Representative Duties & Responsibilities. Both documents can be obtained by clicking on the link below or by contacting the CCSM Office:
All applications can be mailed, faxed or emailed to the CCSM:
Consumer Council System of Maine
ATT: Regional Meeting Elections
219 Capitol Street, Suite 7
Augusta, ME 04330
EMAIL: [email protected]
It is the applicants responsibility to contact the CCSM office to make sure their application was received.
Board members will be selected by a ballot vote at each
At each meeting, qualified candidates will be permitted to present a brief oral statement and respond to questions from those in attendance. All candidates will be given an equal amount of time for statements and questions.
Candidates MUST attend the regional meeting in which they are running for a Representative Seat.
At the conclusion of all statements and questions, attendees who identify as having lived mental health experience will take a vote by ballot. Each person qualified to vote, including the candidates, may vote for only one candidate per ballot. At every election the CCSM holds, there is a “No Choice” option on each ballot. This option can be selected if you feel the candidate(s) are not qualified for the position. The candidates with the highest number of votes will be deemed selected to the Statewide Consumer Council and will take office immediately.
The CCSM has the discretion to enact any additional procedures necessary to conduct the selection process, so long as they do not conflict with the CCSM Governance Guidelines or any other law.