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Organization Name Consumer Council System of Maine (CCSM)
Category Consumer Action and Information
Address 55 Middle St, Suite #2
Augusta, Maine 04330
United States
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Phone Number 207-430-8300 or 877-207-5073
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Website http://www.maineccsm.org/
Twitter https://twitter.com/MAINECCSM
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/maineccsm
Contact Name Simonne Maline
Contact's Title Executive Director
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Contact's Phone (207) 592-6036

The CCSM is a mental health advocacy organization mandated by legislation as a voice for individuals who receive mental health services. They work to affect public policy change and address statewide and local issues affecting those receiving mental health services.

They advise the Department of Health and Human Services, the Legislature, the Governor and other state agencies by providing input regarding programs, evaluation, public policy and resource allocation of state funding. The most important part of their work is connecting with others in our local communities and collaborating with those interested in our work to address issues and concerns that arise at the local level.