Tuesday, November 30, 2021, AUGUSTA, ME – Crisis & Counseling Centers (C&C) announced today the appointment of Angela Bartlett, Executive Director of Human Resources at Pine State Trading Co., to its Board of Directors. Angela will provide strategic direction for continued growth around C&C’s mission to develop and deliver effective solutions to the diverse behavioral health needs of our community in a professional and respectful manner.
“We are extremely grateful to welcome Angela to our team. She brings a freshness of perspective, enthusiasm, and positive energy that will help guide the agency’s work into a new era,” said Sabra Burdick, president of C&C’s Board. “Angela’s extensive experience in both the human resources field and the financial sector will also be invaluable to our work as a board.”
In her role at Pine State, Angela is responsible for all matters related to employee culture, support, and management. Before joining Pine State, Angela served as Human Resources Manager from 2011 – 2015, and Loan Servicing Manager form 2003 – 2011 for the former Gardiner Savings Institution (acquired by The Bank of Maine), and she held a variety of positions within The First, N.A. from 1999 – 2003. In addition, Angela is currently serving a two-year term on the Board of Directors for the Healthcare Purchaser Alliance of Maine. She holds a Business Management degree from West Virginia University and lives in the central Maine area with her husband and their twelve-year-old son.
“I passionately feel that there’s a need for more awareness of the work being done at Crisis & Counseling Centers and about the mental health and addiction needs of the people living within our central Maine community. I am eager to listen, learn more about the work, and support the agency in responding to community needs that are still unmet,” said Angela.
About Crisis & Counseling Centers
Founded in 1970, Crisis & Counseling Centers is a 51-year-old multi-service mental health and substance use agency headquartered in Augusta, Maine, that provides a comprehensive treatment continuum which includes: Crisis Mobile Resolution and Crisis Stabilization Unit services; mental health, substance use disorder and co-occurring disorders treatment; statewide parent/caregiver support through its G.E.A.R. Parent Network program; Children’s Targeted Case Management; PATH Case Management services; Parents Case Management for pregnant women or parents struggling with substance use disorder; correctional behavioral health care services; medication management; and OPTIONS, a substance use harm reduction program. More information is available online at CrisisAndCounseling.org.
If you’re thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Maine Crisis Line is available 24/7 by calling (888) 568-1112.
For more information please contact Amber Kruk at (207) 557-0534 or by email at AKruk@CrisisAndCounseling.org.