Crisis & Counseling Centers (C&C) has opened a Later Life Counseling program, providing senior-focused behavioral health services to adults aged 65 and older in Kennebec and Somerset counties. According to the U.S. Census, Maine is the oldest state based on a median age of 43.5 years. Read More
    AUGUSTA — Crisis and Counseling Centers will celebrate recovery from mental health and substance abuse issues at the agency’s family-friendly third annual On Track to Recovery 5K Walk-Run on Saturday, Sept. 17, at the Kennebec River Rail Trail. Proceeds will help clients, without a funding source who are… Read More
    Lorie Welsh, Ph.D., LCPC, has been named mental health manager at Crisis & Counseling Centers (C&C). Welsh has worked as a C&C outpatient clinician over the past six years, providing mental health and substance abuse treatment to a variety of populations. C&C’s Mental Health Outpatient program… Read More
    Crisis & Counseling Centers (C&C) will celebrate recovery from mental health and substance abuse issues at the agency’s family-friendly Third Annual On Track to Recovery 5K Walk/Run, held Saturday, Sept. 17 at the Kennebec River Rail Trail in Augusta. All proceeds will help clients without a funding source… Read More
    Alyssa Russell, LCSW, LADC, has been named Crisis & Counseling Centers’ (C&C’s) new crisis program manager. An employee of C&C since 2009, Russell was promoted from her dual position as a mental health/substance abuse clinician and crisis team leader. Russell started her career at C&C in… Read More
    AUGUSTA — Crisis and Counseling Centers third annual On Track to Recovery 5K Walk/Run will be held 8:30-noon Saturday, Sept. 17, at the Kennebec River Rail Trail in Augusta. All community members are encouraged to join the Augusta-based nonprofit behavioral health agency in honor of Recovery… Read More
    Crisis & Counseling Centers’ (C&C’s) Board of Directors recently voted in three new members. Patricia Harriman, Alanna Luther and Patty Morini may have varying professional interests, but their shared passion for improving the well-being of Mainers through high quality behavioral health care encouraged each of them to join… Read More
    Crisis & Counseling Centers’ premier dessert, chocolate and wine festival, A Dessert Affair, is open to all ages. Proceeds will provide access to mental health care for people who cannot afford services. The evening will include dessert tasting from a variety of Maine restaurants, chocolatiers,… Read More
    AUGUSTA – Maine-based restaurants, caterers and chocolatiers are invited to showcase their original desserts at Crisis & Counseling Centers’ premier dessert and chocolate fundraiser, A Dessert Affair, in support of mental health services. The community-wide festival and competition is designed for dessert lovers of all ages and will… Read More
    AUGUSTA – Crisis & Counseling Centers’ (C&C’s) Board of Directors voted in three new members at a recent meeting. Rebecca Colwell, Lieutenant Christopher Massey and Isaac Witham bring a variety of talents and expertise to the agency in support of C&C’s mission to provide quality behavioral health services… Read More
    AUGUSTA – Crisis & Counseling Centers’ (C&C’s) Board of Directors voted in current board Vice President Kim Lane, Ph.D., LCSW, CCS, as the board’s new president at the Annual Celebration & Art Reception, held May 14 at the Governor Hill Mansion in Augusta. Lane assumes this… Read More
    AUGUSTA – Emily K. Brod, LCSW, has been named director of Crisis & Counseling Centers’ (C&C’s) Crisis Program. This post was left vacant when Richard Chammings, LCSW, recently assumed C&C’s clinical director position. Before coming to C&C, Brod provided individual and family outpatient mental health therapy… Read More