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SPURWINK AWARDED 2016 PSYCHOLOGICALLY HEALTHY WORKPLACE HONOR

Spurwink | December 09, 2016

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Spurwink Services was the recipient of a 2016 Psychologically Healthy Workplace award, presented by the Maine Psychological Association. The award program recognizes organizations that make a commitment to workplace well being and create a psychologically healthy work environment for employees....

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SPURWINK MENTAL HEALTH CENTER DIRECTOR NAMED MAINE NURSING ASSOCIATION 2016 AGNES E. FLAHERTY AWARD HONOREE

Spurwink | October 26, 2016

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Spurwink proudly announces that Catherine Lorello-Snow, PMHRN-BC, Director at the Spurwink Mental Health Center (formerly Portland Help Center), received the Agnes E Flaherty Leadership in Nursing award from the American Nursing Association of Maine (ANA-Maine) on September 29-30 at the OMNE/ANA-Maine annual conference held at the Hilton Garden Inn, Freeport....

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SPURWINK EXPANDS FOSTER CARE SUPPORT SERVICES

Spurwink | July 28, 2016

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To increase the number of foster homes in Maine and better support individuals exploring foster care and licensed foster families, Spurwink Services has expanded its Treatment Foster Care program with the addition of services in Hancock, Penobscot and Piscataquis counties....

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SPURWINK CHILD ABUSE PROGRAM MEDICAL DIRECTOR RECEIVES 2016 RAY E. HELFER AWARD

Spurwink | May 17, 2016

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Spurwink announces that Lawrence R. Ricci, MD, Medical Director, Spurwink Child Abuse Program in Portland was presented with the 2016 Ray E. Helfer Award in April. The Helfer Society—an international society of physicians seeking to provide leadership to enhance the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of child abuse and neglect— presents the award annually to a member in recognition of distinguished contributions in the field....

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SPURWINK AWARDED 2016 PSYCHOLOGICALLY HEALTHY WORKPLACE HONOR

Spurwink | December 09, 2016

Spurwink Services was the recipient of a 2016 Psychologically Healthy Workplace award, presented by the Maine Psychological Association. The award program recognizes organizations that make a commitment to workplace well being and create a psychologically healthy work environment for employees....

Read More
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SPURWINK MENTAL HEALTH CENTER DIRECTOR NAMED MAINE NURSING ASSOCIATION 2016 AGNES E. FLAHERTY AWARD HONOREE

Spurwink | October 26, 2016

Spurwink proudly announces that Catherine Lorello-Snow, PMHRN-BC, Director at the Spurwink Mental Health Center (formerly Portland Help Center), received the Agnes E Flaherty Leadership in Nursing award from the American Nursing Association of Maine (ANA-Maine) on September 29-30 at the OMNE/ANA-Maine annual conference held at the Hilton Garden Inn, Freeport....

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SPURWINK EXPANDS FOSTER CARE SUPPORT SERVICES

Spurwink | July 28, 2016

To increase the number of foster homes in Maine and better support individuals exploring foster care and licensed foster families, Spurwink Services has expanded its Treatment Foster Care program with the addition of services in Hancock, Penobscot and Piscataquis counties....

Read More
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SPURWINK CHILD ABUSE PROGRAM MEDICAL DIRECTOR RECEIVES 2016 RAY E. HELFER AWARD

Spurwink | May 17, 2016

Spurwink announces that Lawrence R. Ricci, MD, Medical Director, Spurwink Child Abuse Program in Portland was presented with the 2016 Ray E. Helfer Award in April. The Helfer Society—an international society of physicians seeking to provide leadership to enhance the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of child abuse and neglect— presents the award annually to a member in recognition of distinguished contributions in the field....

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