WATERVILLE — Waterville’s Lakewood Continuing Care Center and its Food-Services Director Maggie Black, both were honored recently at Kennebec Behavioral Health’s 52nd annual meeting.

Lisa Soucie, director of Waterville’s High Hopes Clubhouse, presented the care center and Black with the James R. Schmidt Award for best exemplifying the late Jim Schmidt’s efforts to improve quality of life for adults who experience mental illness by providing them with social, educational and employment opportunities.

Black is supportive of the clubhouse and sits on the Clubhouse Advisory Board. She is also involved in seeking employment opportunities throughout the community and Inland Hospital.

KBH Clinical Director Dr. Karen Mosher presented the agency’s Clinical Collaboration Award to The Edmund N. Ervin Pediatric Center, based in Augusta. The center’s Service Director Patty Engdahl, LCSW, Medical Director Dr. Stephen J. Meister and Director of Psychology Dr. Nancy Ponzetti-Dyer accepted the award.


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