Press Release: Crossroads’ Children and Mothers Program awarded $35,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Lesley Rawlings, 207-773-9931, ext. 123, lrawlings@staging.crossroadsme.org Crossroads’ Children and Mothers Program Awarded $35,000 Grant from the Walmart Foundation SCARBOROUGH, Maine (January 12, 2016) – Crossroads was recently awarded a grant of $35,000 from the Walmart Foundation for its Children and Mothers Program located in Windham, Maine. The funds will be used…

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Painkiller Addiction in Maine, a Series from the Portland Press Herald

Painkiller addiction has hit the state of Maine hard. Ten years ago, the issue was deemed “the greatest criminal problem and possibly the greatest social problem facing Maine.” Today, Maine doesn’t seem to be in any better place when it comes to the addiction and abuse of prescription painkiller medication. The cost of this addiction…

Gender Matters in Treatment Services: Dr. Covington’s Maine Visit

Dr. Stephanie Covington, a nationally recognized clinician, author, organizational consultant and lecturer, visited Maine on Tuesday, September 13. She spent the day at the Black Point Inn in Scarborough as a guest of Crossroads for Women®. In the morning, Dr. Covington gave the keynote talk “Why Gender Matters: Creating Services for Women and Men” to…

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If you keep up with Crossroads for Women® via our monthly e-Newsletter or on our Facebook page, you know that we have started to expand our outpatient services to serve men. In talking with service providers, physicians and others who refer clients to us, we saw the need for more outpatient substance abuse and mental…