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Mental Health and At-Risk Youth in Maine: Perspectives from Experts

Please join us for an informative panel presentation and discussion on the important topic of Mental Health and Maine Youth At-Risk. The presentation will focus on families of at-risk youth and complexities that surround the development of and solutions for mental health concerns. The panelists will share insights and expertise on helping families to recognize risks, and work with professionals to find support and services that will promote positive mental health outcomes for youth. This event is free and open to the public. It is co-sponsored by the USM Counselor Education, Social Work and Muskie Public Policy programs, with the support of USM’s Office of Community Engagement.

East Bayside Community Mosaic Mural

We are making art and connection! Starting this week we will be on site most days - let us know when you want to come and make art and friends!

Attention BSW Juniors and Seniors!! Focus Group Invitation!

You are invited to participate in a focus group on the topic of "What's Next? Life after college at USM". Dr. Jeanette Andonian and her interdisciplinary faculty research team is conducting several 1.5 hour focus groups over the next two weeks.

Social Work Day at the State House!

Wednesday, March 23rd is Social Work Day at the State House! The USM School of Social Work will have a table set up in the Hall of Flags as will the other Schools of Social Work in Maine.....

Summer Courses for Non-Matriculated/Prospective MSW Students

Summer registration is now open and non-matriculated students are invited to enroll

Costa Rica: An Immersion in Culture, Community, and Language

A unique educational opportunity for both Graduates and Undergraduates!

Dr. Ross Greene speaks at USM on "Raising Human Beings"

Raising Human Beings: Promoting Positive Youth Development an Increasingly Violent & Unempathic World

2015 M.Dawn Simpson Award Recipient

Congratulations to concentration year MSW student Jennifer Dimond, this year’s recipient of the M.Dawn Simpson Award

New MSW Course Available to Non-Matriculated Students

We have openings in SWO 502, Critical Thinking about Human Behavior in the Social Environment

Attention Prospective MSW Applicants: Scholarship applications now available!

Attention Prospective MSW Applicants: Scholarship applications now available! See if you are eligible for the Expanding Horizons Scholarship....

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