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April 1, 2022 Portland, ME – Catholic Charities Maine is pleased to announce Jessika T. Morin, M.D., has been named medical director of its Behavioral Health Network. Dr. Morin is a Board-certified practitioner of family medicine. She… Read more >
February 17, 2014 Portland, ME – Catholic Charities Maine’s annual Fall Appeal, which went out in November of 2013 and closed on January 31, 2014, raised more than $80,000 for the Independent Support Services (ISS) program, which helps… Read more >
December 26, 2013 The Bangor Children’s Case Management team presented Dr. Jessica Manaker of Community Health Counseling Services (CHCS) with our “Provider of the Year” award. Dr. Manaker was chosen unanimously by the team for the… Read more >
August 27, 2013 Portland, ME – September is National Recovery Month – a time to promote the societal benefits of prevention and treatment for mental and substance use disorders, celebrate people in recovery, laud the contributions of… Read more >
March 1, 2012 Auburn, ME - St. Francis Recovery Center, a program of Catholic Charities, is pleased to announce the addition of outpatient services to its substance abuse program in Auburn. St. Francis and Catholic Charities have been… Read more >
December 22, 2011 Families affected by Hurricane Irene finally able to return to their homes Read more >
May 8, 2011 Aroostook Savings and Loan, Catholic Charities of Maine and Spud Speedway will bring country music star attractions Gretchen Wilson, Big & Rich and Cowboy Troy to Caribou for a benefit concert on Aug. 20. Read more >
April 5, 2011 New Catholic Charities Thrift Store opening in Presque Isle. Read more >
February 19, 2011 Read the Sun Journal's coverage. Read more >
January 28, 2011 Read Portland Press Herald's Immigrants Network at International Job Fair by Staff Writer J. Hemmerdinger Read more >
January 18, 2011 See WCSH-6 story: "Sudanese refugees share stories to mark MLK Day." Read more >