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Thriving Workplace Policies: IDEXX and Make It OK

Utilizing the Make It OK Toolkit and resources is one of the ways IDEXX is creating a mental health-friendly workplace, a featured best practice in the Thrive2027 Thriving Workplace Policies.

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Fiscal Year 2021 Investment Application New Open

United Way of Greater Portland’s (UWGP) Fiscal Year 2021 investment application opened January 6, 2020 and will close¬†February 21, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. Applicants, both currently funded applicants and new applicants proposing work that targets specific Thrive2027 strategies… Read More

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Nikki’s Story: 211 Was There In Her Time of Need

Mental health challenges and depression affect 1-in-5 Mainers (21%), and rates of depression among Maine high school students have been increasing in recent years, with more than a quarter reporting feeling so sad or helpless for at least… Read More

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United Way of Greater Portland announces Fiscal Year 2020 community investments of $6,844,511.

United Way of Greater Portland (UWGP) announced today its Fiscal Year 2020 community investments of $6,844,511. UWGP has awarded $3,901,574 in strategic investment grants to 74 community programs at 48 local nonprofits, including $272,500 of directed contributions through… Read More

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United Way of Greater Portland Community Investment Application is open!

United Way of Greater Portland supports the work of Thrive2027 with our Community Investments. Applicants must be doing work that supports achieving the Thrive2027 Goals.

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ACCESS TO CARE: A CRITICAL CORNERSTONE TO REDUCING THE RISK OF PREVENTABLE PREMATURE DEATH

Access to care for individuals and families is a foundational strategy to having the opportunity to lead a healthy life and to reducing preventable, premature death. Specifically, access to care is a critical cornerstone of the prevention, identification, and treatment of issues connected to leading causes of death.

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SUPPORT STATE FUNDING TO STOP CHILD ABUSE TODAY (LD1874)!

The Health and Human Services Committee is expected to vote TODAY whether to fund programs that prevent child abuse. The Community Partnership for Protecting Children (CPPC) is a network of community providers and residents who are working to eliminate child abuse and neglect.

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