In this Moment – December 27, 2017
This Maine Women Magazine article share the story of how MaineWorks gives those newly in recovery employment and services. Day One was thrilled to honor MaineWorks’ founder Margo Walsh at our Annual Celebration this past November.
Day One Hires New CEO – November 21, 2017
Portland Press Herald announces the hiring of Day One’s new CEO, Gregory Bowers. Learn more about our new CEO.
UNE IPE Shared Learning: Addiction Recovery Services for Youth invited Day One to participate in their Interprofessional Education Collaborative, sharing real-life experiences with UNE students and participating in a Q & A hoping to help shed light on the complexity and insidiousness of addiction as it relates to youth in particular. Day One Program Manager of both Buxton and Hollis Residential Services, Kristen Cianelli and Day One clinician, Kevin Welch attended the event, along with one of our residents from the Hollis house, Roger, who shared his personal experience.
Day One announced the promotions – September 11, 2017
Portland Press Herald announces Day One’s promotions of Joanne Grant, Christine Grant, Sharon Martel and Kristen Cianelli.
WMTW Channel 8’s special year-long project on the State of Addiction presents the heroin epidemic and opiod crisis in Maine with a segment on the use of acupuncture in “managing the withdrawal cravings and symptoms.” – February 16, 2017
Check out the video story featuring Jason Stein of Rocky Coast Acupuncture and Day One’s CEO Caroline Raymond, as they discuss the practical use of acupuncture in evidence-based treatment models.
CCSME Webinar Presentation on Adolescent Substance Use Treatment presented by Christine Grant, LCSW, LADC, CCS – January 13, 2017
View Christine Grant’s Co-Occuring Collaborative Serving Maine member-to-member webinar as she discusses adolescent substance use disorder treatment in Maine and Day One’s role in the dynamic treatment model.
Interview with Director of Boys’ Residential Services About Residence at Hinckley – September 9, 2016
Listen to Joanne Grant’s radio interview about how our newest program is helping teen boys with substance use disorders. The boys’ Residence at Hinckley complements another Day One program for boys in Hollis and a similar program for girls in Buxton.
WGME Channel 13 Special Report: Equine Therapy at Lily Brook Farm – May 10, 2016
View WGME special report on the beneficial use of Equine Therapy at Lily Brook Farm in Hollis, in our residential treatment program for girls in Buxton.
WABI-TV Rep Poliquin visit to Day One residential treatment program – April 5, 2016
View WABI-TV coverage of Congressman Poliquin’s visit with residents at Day One’s residential treatment program at Hinckley. Clients share their personal stories of substance use disorder and recovery journey with Representative Poliquin during his visit to the residence.
Press Herald article: Representative Poliquin’s visit to Day One’s Residence at Hinckley – April 5, 2016
View newspaper article in the Portland Press Herald and Morning Sentinel on Congressman Bruce Poliquin’s visit to Day One’s Residence at Hinckley.
Press Herald Op Ed – January 28, 2016
View this Op-Ed in the Portland Press Herald from Day One’s Executive Director, David Faulkner and Portland Community Recovery Center’s Steve Cotreau, on the recent passage of an anti-drug bill in Maine. This is an important step toward establishing “a badly needed treatment infrastructure for the state.”
Ch. 8 Special Report – February 19, 2015
View this special report on teens and drug abuse and how Day One has been helping teens for decades. WMTW reporter Morgan Sturdivant spoke with clients and staff at our residences at Buxton and Hollis.
Shop for a Cause – November 29, 2014
More than 50 Portland businesses donated a portion of sales to Day One on Small Business Saturday.
South Portland Officials Take Stand Against Legalization of Recreational Marijuana – June 2, 2014
Municipal Officials, Superintendent of Schools Suzanne Godin, representatives of Day One and SAM Maine speak out against the legalization of marijuana at a press conference held in Millcreek Park.