The Somerset County RCORP Consortium
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Meet the Consortium
Stacey believes that the community is an important part of the recovery process. She connects individuals on pretrial release with community members that can help them achieve their goals for recovery and beyond.
Carla oversees all the clinical aspects of KBH. She understands that in order for treatment to be effective you have to treat the whole person... not just one part of their life.
Gust is working hospital-wide to create low barriers for access to treatment for people with opioid use disorder.
Mike is identifying barriers to programs and resources that benefit the inmates and help support their recovery. Mike is working toward creating a support group for incarcerated people and their families to help support positive recovery outcomes.
Ann knows that education is an important tool when it comes to treating a hurting community. We need to be sure that people have the right facts around any issue, not just those living with opioid use disorder. She is helping people with substance use disorder by talking to other health care workers to help them understand this complex issue
Sheriff Dale Lancaster
Sheriff Lancaster obtained a substance abuse grant to assist inmates assimilating back into their communities. His deputies are issued Narcan that has been successful in saving lives in Somerset County. Sheriff Lancaster takes his responsibilities very seriously, and he is proud to serve the residents of Somerset County.
Cheif Deputy Mike Mitchell
Mike has 27 years of law enforcement experience in the State of Maine, which includes working for local police and a 25 year career with the Maine State Police. He was the Vice President of the Maine State Troopers Association and a former board member of the Maine State Employees Health Commission.
Former Consortium member, Kelly realized that we are all people first and she understood that, as people, we bring different experiences to the conversation. Kelly helped other people in her department realize that too.