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Blood Pressure Clinics
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Contact: CHANS
Phone: 207-729-6782
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Contact: CHANS
Phone: 207-729-6782
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Contact: CHANS
Phone: 207-729-6782
Cancer
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Contact: info@mcfpc.org
Phone: 855-552-7200 x800

The Maine Coalition to Fight Prostate Cancer was established by a group of prostate cancer survivors and their spouses.  Members of the Coalition share the desire to raise awareness of prostate cancer and the importance of early detection.  The Coalition works cooperatively with many groups and organizations in Maine and around the country to achieve the common goal of eradicating prostate cancer.

Maine Coalition to Fight Prostate Cancer website: mcfpc.org

 

This group is privately run by Maine Coalition to Fight Prostate Cancer and not facilitated by Mid Coast-Parkview Health providers.

 

 

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Contact: Kim Lynch
Phone: 207-373-6546

 

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Email: Kim Lynch
Phone: 207-373-6540

The Women with Cancer Support group is offered to all women either in active treatment of "surviving" cancer.  Female caregivers, friends or family members are invited to attend as support. 

The group gathers to talk about cancer related issues and concerns as well as to help each other to emotionally overcome their fears and worries about cancer.

We have occasional speakers that come to update the group on medial breakthrough as well as to discuss coping mechanisms when faced with a diagnosis of cancer.  For more information call (207) 373-6540.

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Contact: Maine Pines Racquet & Fitness
Phone: (207) 729-8433

This program is designed to limit stress, reduce fatigue, and promote healing for cancer patients. Yoga can improve the symptoms of cancer and cancer treatment, while helping patients cope. Benefits include a decrease in fatigue, pain, and anxiety as well as an increase in appetite, better quality sleep, and improved bone density.

The Yoga for Cancer program will help cancer patients develop a better sense of well being, stimulate the immune system, and increase flexibility and strength.

For more information call Maine Pines at (207) 729-8433.

Chronic Disease Management
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Email: Wellness
Phone: 207-373-6585
This Asthma Education Program helps support children and adults with the management of asthma.  Participants meet with our Certified Asthma Educator for inpatient and outpatient counseling.  A referral is needed and cost depends on insurance.  For more information, please call (207) 373-6585.
 
This program is partially funded by a grant from the Maine Health Ah! Asthma Program.
 
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Contact: Pulmonary Rebabilitation
Phone: 207-373-6360
Pulmonary Rehabilitation is a specialized exercise, education, and support program for those with lung disease and related respiratory problems.  The twelve-week program consists of exercise and educational sessions designed to promote independence and endurance with the goal of helping you function at the highest level possible.  Oxygen is available for those patients in need.
 
For more information, call (207) 373-6360 or email pulrehab@midcoasthealth.com.
Community-Based Support Groups
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Phone: 207-729-7331
For those engaged in long-term care of infirm or disabled loved ones
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Contact: Paula Jones
Phone: 207-841-8757

We provide a safe and understanding environment for people to find answers and directions to a very complicated and complex disease.  We discuss the wide range of symptoms, testing and treatment options and connect people to providers well educated in Lyme and tick-borne disease as well as to resources for financial aide and educational supports.  We educate about the diseases while exploring the many avenues and options, bring in guest speakers and support you every step of your journey back to wellness.

Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education (MLDSE), is a non-profit 501c3 organization and Maine partner of the national Lyme Disease Association, which was created and exists to raise awareness, foster education, advocate for change and provide support for those affected by Lyme Disease and other tick-borne associated diseases.  Members of the Maine CDC Vector-borne Workgroup, they are also active in Lyme Legislation.

 

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Phone: 207-776-3611

This group brings together individuals with chronic pain, and has proven to be very helpful to members.  Group members share how they cope, what challenges are most difficult, and meet with outside speakers that may include experts in pain management, practitioners of mediation, Reiki, options for modified exercise, Laughter Yoga, modified Tai Chi or dietary advice.

We try to find the humor in things, but also are there to support members through difficult days.  All are welcome.  Family members may also attend with the individual living with chronic pain.

 

This group is privately run and not facilitated by Mid Coast-Parkview Health providers.

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Phone: 207-319-7956 or 207-798-5891

A free combined support group for individuals living with mental health challenges and those supporting individuals with mental health challenges. 

The group is designed to be a confidential opportunity for people to find support and information, a safe place to share about struggles and successes with mental illness or co-occurring substance use, and offer the chance to learn from people experiencing similar issues and to learn new skills to approach daily challenges.

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Phone: 24-Hour Hotline 800-822-5999 or 207-725-2181

Sexual Assault Support Services

Support groups available, call 24-hour hotline for more information: (800) 822-5999 or (207) 725-2181

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Phone: 888-576-9996 ext. 107

Join us as we meet to discuss and find support for the daily challenges that epilepsy presents.  This group is open to people of all ages with epilepsy, as well as their families and caregivers.  Our mission is to create a safe and nurturing environment where everyone's concerns are taken into consideration. 

This is also a great opportunity to meets others in our community who are in similar situations and to learn more about the resources and events that the Epilepsy Foundation of New England offers.

 

CPR Courses
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Phone: 207-373-2175
Each class is two sessions.  Participant is required to attend both classes to be certified.
 
Sessions for 2017 are:
 
Class I - Tuesday, January 31 & February 7
 
Class II - Tuesday, June 6 & 13

Class III - Tuesday, October 10 & 17

For times and registration please email or call Sharon Guethle, see contact information above.

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Phone: 207-373-2175

 Class schedule for 2017:

  • January 18

  • March 15

  • May 17

  • August 16

  • October 18

For information or registration please email or call Sharon Guethle, see contact information above.

 

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Phone: 207-373-2175

Basic CPR (Adult, Child and Infant CPR) is recommended for anyone. Program focuses on injury prevention, household safety, and basic first aid. Meets State of Maine requirements in First Aid and CPR for daycare providers. 

Upcoming 2017 classes:

  • February 15
  • April 12
  • June 14
  • September 20
  • November 15 

 For information or registration please email or call Sharon Guethle, see contact information above.

Diabetes
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Phone: 207-406-7290
Support for managing diabetes, medications, nutrition, and more.
Grief Groups
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Phone: 207-721-1357

ADULT GRIEF support group has two different groups which meet twice a month each. This support group is for adults who are grieving the death of a loved one. One group meets in Topsham and the other group at CHANS Home Health & Hospice, 45 Baribeau Dr., Brunswick. For more information on either group and/or for an intake meeting call (207)721-1357.

 

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Grieving Children's Program is grief support group for children, teens, and families. Families are divided into age appropriate group; group activities and discussions are aged based. The group meets at CHANS Home Health & Hospice, 45 Baribeau Dr., Brunswick. For more information and/or for an intake meeting call (207)721-1357.
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Phone: 207-721-1357
Grieving Parents is a monthly support group open to any adult who has experienced the loss of a child (at any age). The group meets at CHANS Home Health & Hospice, 45 Baribeau Dr., Brunswick. For more information and/or for an intake meeting call (207)721-1357.
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Phone: 207-721-1357
Pet Loss is a monthly support group for people coping with the death or life threatening illness of an animal companion. The group meets at CHANS Home Health & Hospice, 45 Baribeau Dr., Brunswick. For more information and/or for an intake meeting call (207)721-1357.
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Phone: 207-721-1357
Structured Adult Grief group meets for an 8 week session that offers a more directive approach to grief. Each meeting has a topic and facilitators provide reading materials to guide and inform the grieving process.The group meets at CHANS Home Health & Hospice, 45 Baribeau Dr., Brunswick. For more information and/or for an intake meeting call (207)721-1357.
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Phone: 207-721-1357
Substance Abuse Loss is a monthly support group for adults who are grieving the death of a loved one by either overdose or long term abuse of drugs and/or alcohol. The group meets at CHANS Home Health & Hospice, 45 Baribeau Dr., Brunswick. For more information and/or for an intake meeting call (207)721-1357.
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Phone: 207-721-1357
Suicide Loss Support Group is held twice a month and is for adults who are grieving the death by suicide of a loved one. The group meets at CHANS Home Health & Hospice, 45 Baribeau Dr., Brunswick. For more information and/or for an intake meeting call (207)721-1357.
Heart Health
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Contact: Cardiac Rehabilitation
Phone: 207-373-6360
 

Cardiac Rehabilitation uses exercise, education, and support to assist in the cardiovascular system's healing process. For most people, this is needed after a cardiac problem such as heart attack, angioplasty, open heart surgery, or heart failure.

The program consists of 24 to 36 one-hour classes, and includes twelve lectures. Classes are taught by a variety of trained professionals, including a dietary clinician, cardiac nurses, and an exercise physiologist.

Lecture topics include:
  • Reducing Dietary Fat, Salt and Sugar
  • Food Label reading
  • Food Shopping and cooking
  • Stress Management
  • Relaxation response
  • Risk Factors
  • Benefits of Exercise
  • Emotional Aspects of Cardiac Disease
  • Yoga
  • Medications, Angina, BP
  • Cholesterol, Lipid Profile

Mid Coast Hospital's Cardiac Rehabilitation Program is certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.

Lifestyle Changes
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Phone: 373-6585

Food for Health is offered monthly - January through May and September through December.  It provides cooking demonstrations and education showing how chronic diseases can be prevented, treated, and even reversed with a plant-based diet for an over-all healthier lifestyle.

Session Dates:

January 17 - Why Eat a Plant-based Diet?

February 21 - Carbohydrates & Aging

March 21 - Prevent & Treat Type 2 Diabetes with Diet

April 18 - Prevent & Treat Heart Disease with Diet

May 16 - Prevent & Treat Hypertension with Diet

Programs are held at 6:30 p.m. at the Brunswick Seventh-day Adventist Church, 333 Maine Street, Brunswick.  No registration is required and sessions are FREE

 

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Phone: 207-406-7446
The Healthy Weight for a Lifetime program focuses on creating a long-term solution for weight loss by addressing the emotional, physical, and nutritional issues contributing to obesity.  that can help with long-term weight loss. 
 
This 12-week mindful living program is set apart due to the multidisciplinary approach that includes: Nutrition Counseling, Behavioral Health and Exercise Coaching.
 
Groups are limited to 16 people and a physician's referral is required. For more information and paperwork, visit our page at http://www.midcoasthealth.com/wellness/weight/contact or call 207-406-7446.
 
Next session date:  April 13 - June 30, 2017 - Deadline April 3, 2017

 

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As part of our comprehensive Healthy Weight for a Lifetime program, we offer a monthly, professionally led, aftercare program. It is designed to assist with maintenance of learned skills, and to sustain motivation for healthy weight and quality of life. Cost for the program is $60 for the series or $15 per session. To register call 406-7446.

  • January 5, Thursday 5-6:00 p.m.  Topic: Are You Really Ready to Change?  Speaker Allison Basile
  • February 3, Friday 5-6:00 p.m.  Topic: Food is Medicine: Anti Inflammatory Foods & Habits.  Speaker Melissa Streeter
  • March 13, Monday 5-6:00 p.m.  Topic: Keep on Moving- Staying Motivated.  Speaker Tara Burdet
  • April 7, Friday 5-6:00 p.m.  Topic: Mindful Mouth: Can you Taste the Difference.  Speaker Allison/Mona
  • May 8, Monday 5-6:00 p.m.  Topic: Food is Medicine: Myths and Fads.  Speaker Melissa Streeter
  • June 9, Friday 5-6:00 p.m.  Topic: Cooking: Taste of Spring.   Speaker Mona Alley
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Phone: 207-406-7290
One-on-one help with nutritional needs of adults and children. Referral is required.  For more information, please call the number above.
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Phone: 207-373-6360

RunningStart is a coed fitness program for all adult age groups.  The program incorporates proper warm-up techniques, stretching, calisthenics, and aerobic exercises tailored to your individual needs.

We encourage people to proceed at their own pace and adjust the exercises to suit their abilities.  Do something good for yourself... join RunningStart today!

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Phone: 207-373-6360

RunningStart is a coed swim program for all adult age groups. The program offers shallow water aerobics and/or lap swimming.  We encourage people to proceed at their own pace and adjust the exercises to suit their abilities.

Do something good for yourself... join RunningStart today!


Maternity Care Education
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Phone: 207-373-6500

Available Classes
Birthing with Confidence (Compressed one day class)

Birthing with Confidence is offered as an intensive one day Saturday class from 8:00am - 1:00pm. Content focuses on the anatomy of the developing pregnancy, breathing and coping techniques, the phases of labor, medical interventions, cesarean delivery and a tour of the Maternity unit. The classes are held in Women's Health, MOB Suite 2700. Boxed lunches provided for mom and coach for the classes. Fees: $65.00.

Class Dates
Apr 8
Jun 10
Jul 8
Aug 12
Oct 14
Dec 9
Jan 10
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Phone: 207-373-6500

Available Classes
Birthing with Confidence (4 week series)

Birthing with Confidence is a four week series in the evening from 6:00 - 8:00pm. Content focuses on a natural approach to childbirth with an emphasis on relaxation, coping techniques, breathing techniques, and various laboring positions. Medication options will also be discussed. Information will be presented to provide coaches with the skills and knowledge they need to support their laboring partner, support post partum care and support newborn care. A tour of the Maternity unit is included, and series concludes with an optional pot luck dinner. The class is held in Waiting room of Mid Coast Medical Group, Women's Health in the Medical Office Building. Suite 2700 Fee: $65.00.

Class Dates
Mar 9, 16, 23, 30
May 1, 8, 15, 22
Jul 3, 10, 17, 24
Sep 7, 14, 21, 28
Nov 6, 13, 20, 27
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Available Classes
Boot Camp for New Dads
Class is free

Boot Camp for New Dads offers first-time fathers a chance to talk openly and ask questions about how to hold, feed, talk to and play with a baby.

This workshop is designed for dads-to-be that are in the last trimester of pregnancy and is open to recent dads too.

Spend one FREE, 3- hour- workshop in a casual setting and leave more confident in your ability to be a great dad. The class is held in the Community Health Resource Room from 9am-12pm.

Class Dates
Feb 25
Mar 25
Apr 22
May 20
Jun 24
Jul 22
Aug 26
Sep 23
Oct 28
Nov 18
Dec 16
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Phone: 207-373-6500

Available Classes
Breastfeeding Class

CLASS IS FREE FOR ALL!

Breastfeeding Class is a one night class offered once a month, on a Monday evening from 6:00-8:00 pm. Content includes basic latch techniques, tips for breastfeeding success, and back to work strategies. The classes are held in Conference Rooms 1, 2 & 3, located next to the hospital Café on the first floor.

Class Dates
Mar 13
Apr 10
May 8
Jun 12
Jul 10
Aug 14
Sep 11
Oct 9
Nov 13
Dec 11
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Phone: 207-373-6500
Available Classes
Infant Massage

Infant Massage is offered as a five – week series on Tuesdays, 12:30-2:00 pm. This course offers new parents the unique chance to nurture and bond with their infants while learning massage techniques. Classes are held in the Maternity Reception Area. Fees: $50.00; active military families $30.00.

Please bring:

  • Yourself and your baby!
  • A blanket or large towel. We will be sitting on yoga mats on the floor.
  • You can also bring a pillow to "nest" the baby on (not required)
  • Toys or snacks to keep older babies happy.
  • Stocked diaper bag.

We look forward to getting to know you and your baby as we explore the world of infant massage!

 Kim

Class Dates
May 9, 16, 23, 30
Oct 10, 17, 24, 31
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Phone: 207-373-6500

GROUP IS FREE FOR ALL!

 Mother's Circle is offered twice a month - on the first Wednesday, 1:00-2:30 p.m. and the third Wednesday, 10:00-11:30 am. The group is offered for all new mothers whether breast or formula feeding. Gatherings of our Mother's Circle are an opportunity for mothers to talk with other mothers about the joys and challenges of raising children.

The sessions are facilitated by lactation consultants who are available to discuss feeding issues and do weight checks. We meet in the Maternity Reception Area. Registration is not necessary.

 

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Phone: 207-373-6500

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Sibling Class

Sibling Class is offered once per month on a Wednesday afternoon from 4:00-5:30 pm. This class is appropriate for three to seven year olds who will be big brothers and big sisters. Content includes a tour of the Maternity Unit, an age-appropriate movie, and discussions regarding infant safety and meeting a newborn. The class is held in the Reception Area on the Maternity unit. Fee: $10.00.

Class Dates
Apr 3
May 9
Jul 11
Sep 12
Nov 7
Mental Health
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Phone: (207) 373-6927
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Are you a parent of a teen or an adult who works with teens?

This FREE training is designed to teach you how to help a teen who is experiencing a mental health or addiction challenge, or who is in crisis.

This training will be held on Monday, April 10, 8:15 a.m.-5 p.m. at Bath City Hall, 55 Front Street, Bath

Spots are limited, registration required. There is a $5.00 lunch fee collected at registration.


 

 

 



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Phone: (207) 373-6927
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Are you a parent of a teen or an adult who works with teens?

This FREE training is designed to teach you how to help a teen who is experiencing a mental health or addiction challenge, or who is in crisis.?

This training will be held on Thursday, March 9, 8:15 a.m.-5 p.m. at Region 10 Tech School, 68 Church Road, Brunswick.

Spots are limited, registration required. There is a $5.00 lunch fee collected at registration.?



Parkinson's Disease
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Phone: 207-373-6363
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Phone: 207-373-6175

LSVT is an intensive speech therapy treatment that focuses on the voice to improve or maintain vocal strength and loudness. More than 20 years of research funded by the National Institute of Health has documented that LSVT improves vocal loudness, speech intelligibility, facial expressions and confidence in conversational speech.

If you or a loved one is experiencing difficulty in communicating due to Parkinson's disease, contact our LSVT-certified speech and language pathologist for an appointment. At your appointment, our specialist will perform a diagnostic evaluation. Our specialist will then work closely with your neurologist or primary care physician to design a customized treatment plan to meet your individual needs.

For more information about us please call (207) 373-6175.

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Phone: 207-373-6592

Parkinson's Disease Support Group

Mid Coast Hospital recognizes that PD affects individuals and families in different ways. The purpose of this informal group is to allow people with PD and their caregivers to share information, compare experiences, offer solutions, voice concerns, and give feedback to the hospital about PD services and programs. The group meets monthly at Mid Coast Hospital and is facilitated by a wellness specialist.

Call Parkinson's Disease Support Group at (207) 373-6592 for more information.

 

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Phone: 207-373-6363
The Rock Steady Boxing Mid Coast is a non-contact, boxing-inspired fitness training that improves the quality of life for people battling Parkinson's Disease
Senior Health
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Phone: 207-373-4656

Caring for someone with dementia is a significant responsibility with unique challenges and rewards. The Caregiver Resource and Support Group is offered by Mid Coast Senior Health Center to help participants understand the challenges of caring for someone with memory loss, while fostering supportive and beneficial group conversation.

This support group is facilitated by Mid Coast-Parkview Health and is an affiliated group of the Alzheimer's Association Maine Chapter.

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Contact: Amy Berube
Phone: 207-373-4656

 

The Mid Coast Senior Health Center proudly sponsors an 'Ounce of Prevention', a free health and wellness educational series for older adults. The monthly presentations, feature health professionals discussing specific issues to help you better understand your own health and wellness care and options.

For more information, about this and future programs, please call (207) 373-4656 or visit the website:

http://www.midcoastseniorhealthcenter.com/ounce-of-prevention/default.aspx

 

Stress
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Email: Ben Tipton
Phone: (207) 386-1888

An educational program designed to help people better cope with stress and life’s challenges. Mindfulness is an awareness that arises by intentionally paying attention to the present moment.

Available Classes
Mindfullness Based Stress Reduction
This is an 8-week course of 2 ½-hour weekly group classes and one 6-hour weekend retreat.

Classes Begin the Week of March 6 and span 8 weeks. Choose Mondays 5:00 - 7:30 p.m., Tuesdays 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., or Tuesdays 6:00 - 8:30 p.m.

Participants are asked to join an orientation on February 21 at 6:00 p.m. at Brunswick Landing YMCA, located on 24 Venture Avenue in Brunswick.

Cost is $250.00. For more information, call (207) 386-1888.


Class Dates
Meets 5-7:30 pm on Mar 6, 13, 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 24
Meets 10:30am-1pm on Mar 7, 14, 21, 28, Apr 4, 11, 18, 25
Meets 6pm-8:30pm on Mar 7, 14, 21, 28, Apr 4, 11, 18, 25
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Boost

MBSR Boost is a 4-week series that can further support your practice. It is a chance to dive a little deeper into practice and learn more about how mindfulness can be of benefit for health and wellness. We also will take a look "under the hood” of the MBSR class to see the why and how of the 8-week program.

If you want to reconnect with your practice, wonder why the body scan is used in MBSR, or the workings behind walking meditation, then Boost is for you! In order to participate, you must have taken the 8-week MBSR class at either Mid Coast Hospital or somewhere else.

Classes will be at 6 p.m. on Mondays March 20, 27 and April 3, 10. Location to be determined. We need at least 8 people to hold the boost class. Cost is $60.

Class Dates
Mar 20
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Contact: Gail Boudin
Phone: 207-373-6585
Learn to reduce anxiety and pain before surgery, childbirth, and more.
Stroke
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Phone: 207-373-6175

The Communication After Stroke Group provides survivors and their loved ones an opportunity to practice and learn more useful strategies for communicating when stroke has left a person with impaired language skills, A Speech-Language Pathologist from Mid Coast Hospital Therapy Services facilitates this informal conversational-style group.

Mid Coast Hospital is a Certified Primary Stroke Center.

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Phone: 207-373-6175

The Stroke Support Group promotes wellness in those who have survived a stroke. Each month, a guest speaker is invited to present a topic of interest to stroke patients and their families. Participants are given the chance to ask questions and learn from others. A stroke survivor and a Speech-Language Pathologist from Mid Coast Hospital Therapy Services facilitate the group.

Mid Coast Hospital is a Certified Primary Stroke Center.

Substance Abuse
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Phone: 207-373-6950

Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m. – Agnostic Path- (D/O/SP), 66 Baribeau Drive, Group Room 3

Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. – Sober Beginnings (B/D/I/O), 66 Baribeau Drive, Group Room 3

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Phone: 207-373-6995

Find a Big Green Box near you:

 
Bath
Police Department
250 Water Street, Bath
 
Brunswick
Police Department
85 Pleasant Street, Brunswick
 
Sagadahoc
County Sheriff
752 High Street, Bath
 
Richmond
Police Department
26 Gardiner Street, Richmond
 
Topsham
Police Department
100 Main Street, Topsham
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Phone: 207-373-6950
Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. – Back to Basics, 66 Baribeau Drive, Group Room 3
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Phone: 373-6950

This outpatient support group is open to anyone affected by the substance abuse of a loved one. Our meeting provides a place for affected others to come together to learn the importance of self-care as well as ways to help those in their lives who struggle with addiction.

Behavioral health clinicians from Mid Coast Hospital’s Addiction Resource Center will facilitate the group.
 

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