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Mar. 2022 - Healthy Living for ME Recognizes March as Brain Injury Awareness Month

Statewide - This March, Healthy Living for ME joins in recognizing March as Brain Injury Awareness Month. According to the Brain Injury Association of America, more than 3.6 million people sustain an acquired brain injury each year. Read More

Jan. 2022 - Healthy Living for ME Invites Mainers To Participate in Leader Trainings

Training Sessions Scheduled for March and April Address Chronic Conditions, Caregiving Statewide - Healthy Living for ME is offering several leader trainings in March for Mainers who are interested in volunteering with the organization as a workshop leader. Any interested Mainer is welcome to join the trainings. Community organizations are also welcome to have their staff and/or volunteers participate in the leader trainings. Read More

Jan. 2022 - Jackie Morton

When I first got involved with SeniorsPlus as an administrative volunteer, I wasn’t sure what to expect. However, after just a short time there I was inspired to do more to help the organization and Healthy Living for ME (HL4ME) further its excellent mission of creating a healthier Maine. I’m so glad I found HL4ME and wanted to share why. Read More

Jan. 2022 - Healthy Living for ME Partners with Maine CDC to Support Pharmacists in Diabetes Prevention Efforts

Pharmacists invited to attend informational sessions on National Diabetes Prevention Program Statewide - The Maine CDC and Healthy Living for ME are partnering in an effort to help pharmacists provide their patients with more resources to prevent diabetes. In Maine, it is estimated that 10% of the population has diabetes and another 8% are aware they are pre-diabetic. Read More

Dec. 2021 - Healthy Living for ME to Offer National Diabetes Prevention Program

Free, virtual workshop will begin in February Statewide - Healthy Living for ME will be offering the National Diabetes Prevention Program to Mainers in 2022. The workshop is for adults who are at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes or who have pre-diabetes. It is estimated that over 86,000 Mainers are aware they have prediabetes. Read More

Dec. 2021 - Central Maine Medical Center’s Trauma Program Partners with Healthy Living for ME as Community Provider

(Lewiston) - Healthy Living for ME is pleased to formally welcome Central Maine Medical Center’s (CMMC) Trauma Program as the organization’s newest community provider. Read More

Dec. 2021 - Healthy Living for ME Awarded Grant to Expand Building Better Caregivers and Bingocize® Programs Statewide

Augusta - A recently awarded grant will allow Healthy Living for ME and its statewide Area Agency on Aging partners to expand the reach of two popular programs, Bingocize and Building Better Caregivers. The grant to fund the program expansion was awarded to Healthy Living for ME by the University of New England’s AgingME: Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program (GWEP). Read More

Dec. 2021 - Healthy Living for ME Offers Workshops to Help Mainers Focus on Wellness in the New Year

Statewide - This January, Healthy Living for ME is kicking off 2022 with several new workshop sessions. Available statewide, with in-person, virtual, and telephonic options, the workshops address a variety of health needs and are open to adult Mainers of all ages. Read More

Nov. 2021 - Jennifer Fortin

During the holiday season as we spend time with family and friends, the importance of taking care of our health and wellness is often clarified. We want to be as active and healthy as we can to enjoy these moments as fully as we can. And, as we approach the new year, many of us start thinking about making positive changes in our lives and improving our health. Read More

Nov. 2021 - A Message For Mainers During National Diabetes Month

Over 85,000 Mainers are aware they have prediabetes. In 2020, I was one of them. Thankfully, I was able to reverse the course I was on and avoid becoming diabetic. Read More
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