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Yellow Tulip Project Ceremony Reducing Stigma

October 27, 2016

Maine Behavioral Healthcare | All News 

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Started by a high school student who lost two friends to suicide, the Yellow Tulip Project brings hope.

Westbrook, Maine (Oct. 26, 2016): On Wednesday, Oct. 26 at 2:00 pm, Spring Harbor Hospital will hold a Yellow Tulip Project planting ceremony to raise awareness, break down stigma, and bring hope
to those who suffer with mental illness. Dr. Robert McCarley, Medical Director at Spring Harbor Hospital, will provide the opening remarks and Julia Hansen, the 16-year-old who founded the project,
will also speak.

Spring Harbor Hospital, located at 123 Andover Road in Westbrook, is a division of Maine Behavioral Healthcare, a leading provider of mental health services with over 30 outpatient locations and residential programs throughout southern, western and mid-coast Maine, providing an integrated continuum of comprehensive, coordinated hospital and community-based behavioral healthcare services for Maine residents of all ages.

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