Here you will find the latest news and information regarding our work in helping to shape public policy and mental health services in Maine.

February Focus Forum Schedule

We invite you to attend the first of four forums that we will be hosting this year in multiple areas across Maine. Each forum will be on a different topic and will allow us to provide information and collect your feedback and thoughts.  ~These forums are open to the public and are free to attend~ Come & hear

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2020 HOPE Conference- Call for Presentations

The HOPE Conference planning committee has released a call for presentations for the 2020 conference. If you have an idea for a workshop and would like to submit one, then now is the time! For learn more about submitting a proposal and to obtain proposal form, please see below: For more detailed information, click HERE

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Feedback Wanted on New Issue Statements!

We want to hear from you! The CCSM has created new issue statement concept drafts regarding access to medications in Maine Jails and re-establishing the Office of Consumer Affair within Maine’s Dept. of Health & Human Services. To view the issue statement: “Access to Medications in Maine Jails Concept Draft“, click HERE To view the issue

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December 2019 Cancellations

There will be no local council meetings for the month of December. Some groups have opted to host holiday parties in place of meetings. If you would like to attend one of the holiday events and need more information, please contact the CCSM Office at 207-430-8300 or 1-877-207-5073. Our new meeting format will begin on

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New Meeting Format Announced for 2020

In an effort to increase participation and get feedback from as many of our peers as possible, the SCC has voted on changing our local council meeting schedule (see chart below). Beginning on Jan.1, 2020, we will start using a new rotating, quarterly format that will include holding local council business meetings, hosting forums and

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