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Bullying Series Part IV: County School Raises Awareness

Bullying Series Part IV: County School Raises Awareness

| June 11, 2015

If you walk down the halls of MSAD 24, you’ll see posters just like this one. “Bullying is a problem everywhere. It’s a problem in all schools. It’s a problem in all communities, cyberspace, it’s everywhere. I think it’s going to take a community effort to continue to combat that. The school needs to work hard. […]

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AMHC educates community about sexual assault awareness

AMHC educates community about sexual assault awareness

| April 27, 2015

Wendy Page is passionate about seeing sexual assault statistics drop in our state. That’s what brought her and a few of her colleagues to the Maine School of Science and Mathematics on Monday, spreading awareness about a problem that affects so many. “A lot of communities might not be open or think that this doesn’t happen here […]

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AMHC works with the Aroostook Centre Mall to promote equal opportunity employment

AMHC works with the Aroostook Centre Mall to promote equal opportunity employment

| October 18, 2013

If you’ve been to the Aroostook Centre Mall you may have seen Philip doing a variety of jobs. Phillip has been deaf since birth. We spoke with him today, he’s been an employee at the mall for over a year now.  He uses American sign language to communicate with his fellow employees. Philip was hired […]

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Childhood Trauma

Childhood Trauma

| August 8, 2013

Trauma is an overwhelming experience that can interfere with the way children grow, learn and behave. Some traumatic events are obvious. Others are less clear. More than 40 people came out to this training seminar geared towards those who work and interact with kids. They were there to learn about childhood exposure to violence and […]

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AMHC Offers New Program for At Risk Youth

AMHC Offers New Program for At Risk Youth

| July 19, 2013

Friday was the kickoff of a new program that’s being offered at the Aroostook Mental Health Center. It’s a therapy program for troubled youth that takes place right in their homes. News Source 8’s Katie Zarrilli explains.

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