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Michelle Ferris Named Facilitator for the Maine Crisis Network

Michelle Ferris, LCSW, AMHC Program Director of Emergency Services has been named the Maine Crisis Network Facilitator for 2020.

Aroostook Mental Health Center (AMHC) is pleased to announce that Michelle Ferris, LCSW, Program Director of Emergency Services for Aroostook, Washington and Hancock counties, has been named the facilitator for the Maine Crisis Network for 2020. The network is a statewide crisis intervention program available 24/7 for anyone experiencing mental health concerns.

“To be named facilitator for the Maine Crisis Network demonstrates the respect Michelle has garnered among her peers across the State,” said Ellen Bemis, AMHC CEO. “She is a strong advocate not only for those in crisis but for those who are charged with providing the emergency services needed. Michelle is most deserving of this recognition.”

Membership includes representatives from area mobile crisis intervention programs and the statewide telephone crisis response system. As the facilitator, Michelle will be responsible for leading meetings and attending to issues that affect crisis leaders across the State. Goals for the coming year include ensuring crisis providers are using current best practices, being a voice to advocate at the State level as it relates to the crisis system, and identifying opportunities for improvement in the delivery of crisis services.

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