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RELEASE DATE:09/02/16
HEALTHREACH CONTACT:Communications Department
TELEPHONE:207.660.9914
EMAIL:Communications@HealthReach.org

Bethel Family Health Center Welcomes Katharyn Sloma

BETHEL – Katharyn Sloma, LCSW is eager to be joining the provider team at Bethel Family Health Center this fall to expand Bethel’s behavioral health services for area individuals and families who access their healthcare at the practice. Katie recently shared, “I will work collaboratively with Bethel providers to assist patients in developing skills to improve their wellness. I encourage individuals to build on their own strengths and experiences to further support change and growth.”
 
Katie has been providing clinical social work services within a medical practice for six years and general social work in school and residential settings previously. She obtained a Masters of Social Work degree at University of New England in Biddeford (2007) after obtaining psychology and business administration undergraduate degrees at Houghton College, NY (2005). 

At the health center, Katie will work alongside physicians, Rich DeCarolis, Catherine Chamberlin and Kevin Finley, as well as clinical social worker, Leslie Lufkin. In addition, Sharon Smith-Bouchard offers oral hygiene services to children and adolescents. 3,600 people from Andover, Bethel, Gilead, Greenwood, Hanover, Newton, Upton, Woodstock and neighboring towns visit the health center each year for a variety of medical and behavioral health services.

Bethel Family Health Center is part of HealthReach Community Health Centers, a group of eleven Federally Qualified Health Centers in Central and Western Maine. Bethel offers a range of services including family medical care, counseling, and dental hygiene to residents of Andover, Bethel, Gilead, Greenwood, Hanover, Newton, Upton, Woodstock and neighboring towns. Our reduced fee program is available to uninsured and underinsured residents.

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