Upcoming Events

  • Farmington Local Council-May Meeting Cancelled
    Please note: Due to unforseen circumstances, the Farmington Local Council Meeting scheduled for today (April 20, 2021) has been cancelled! Their next meeting will be held on May 18, 2021 from 2:30-4:30 PM. For more meeting information, click HERE Thank you and we apologize for any inconvenience.
  • CCSM & DRM to Host Voting 101 Workshop
    You are invited to attend this one-hour interactive session to talk about voting rights, getting involved and developing a voting action plan for this year. 2 dates are available to choose from: September 30, 2020 at 3 PM | To register, click HERE October 5, 2020 at 2 PM | To register, click HERE After registering, you …

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  • Request Your Absentee Ballot for the July 2020 Election
    Courtesy of the League of Women Voters of Maine: The July primary and referendum election is now just three weeks away. If you plan to vote by mail, there is still time to request your absentee ballot online or by phone, but don’t wait too much longer. It can take 5-7 days in each direction: …

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  • Online Community Forums Scheduled for August
    “Re-inventing the Adult Mental Health System” Online Community Forums (See flyer below for more details…) We invite you to join us and share your thoughts on what YOU imagine Maine’s adult mental health system should look like. Information collected will be organized, compiled and shared with the Department of Health & Human Services. All forums …

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  • Caring for the Unseen – Mental Health During COVID-19: Town Hall Event Scheduled for 6/3/2020
    Join our Executive Director, Simonne Maline, as she participates in a town hall event tomorrow night! Listen to her and others talk about mental health as it relates to COVID-19. There will be time for questions and answers via a chat option.  For more detailed info and/or to watch webinar, click HERE Disclaimer: The CCSM …

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  • May 2020 Online Community Forums
    You are invited to attend one of our upcoming forums ! ~These forums are open to the public and are free to attend~ Share your feedback on local issues related to Maine’s mental health system! Information collected will be used to inform our work and help us focus on the most important issues in the coming …

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