The Maine Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has formed a group to help improve transportation services and this group is seeking public input. They will be holding listening sessions around the state. If you would like to provide feedback, see below for list of sessions near you…..
The 2020 HOPE Conference has been scheduled for May 27, 2020! Save the date to join us for a day long event of workshops, keynote speakers and camaraderie!
We want to hear from you! The CCSM has created first drafts of issue statements regarding ways to help people with a criminal history to obtain employment and another for people who end up in correctional facilities without access to mental health treatment. To view the issue statement ” Alternative pathways to Employment for People
Regional Meetings and SCC elections will be coming up soon and the deadline for applications is fast approaching: We currently need candidates for Region 1 as no applications have been submitted! All candidates must complete and submit the CCSM ElectedRepresentative Application by 5:00 PM on the following dates:Region 1: October 31, 2019Region 2: October 21,
PLEASE NOTE: The Rumford Local Council Meeting scheduled for this evening (10/8/19) has been cancelled! The group will meet again on November 12, 2019 at 5 PM. For more information about upcoming meetings, click HERE
The CCSM is currently accepting applications for 3 At-Large Representatives to serve on the Statewide Consumer Council (SCC). The Statewide Consumer Council consists of 2-3 representatives from each local council and 1 At-Large Representative from each Region (a list of regions & counties is attached). Election Schedule One At-Large Representative will be elected from each
The CCSM will be hosting the following regional meetings: Region 1- Biddeford November 7, 2019 3:00 PM-5:00 PM Region 2- Rockland October 28, 2019 3:00 PM-5:00 PM Region 3- Caribou October 30, 2019 3:00 PM-5:00 PM We invite you to come hear information about Maine’s adult mental health Consent Decree from Disability Rights Maine (DRM).
Last Friday, September 6th, DHHS released an RFP (request for proposal) for the warm line program. This peer staffed and managed program has been operating in Maine for 14 years. For many years, the warm line has been open 24/7. In the current RFP, the State is saying they are only going to pay for
See flyer below for more information….
Please note that the Waterville Local Council has been put on temporary hiatus. If you would like to help re-start or join this council, please contact Amanda Peters, CCSM Outreach & Technical Assistance Coordinator at 430-8300 or 687-6035.