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The Forecaster: Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office Honors Spurwink Child Abuse Program Director

By June 1, 2016 November 2nd, 2016 News

The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office has honored Joyce Wientzen, LCSW, Spurwink ‘s Child Abuse Program Director and Director of the Cumberland County Children’s Advocacy Center (CCCAC), for her commitment to the development and implementation of the CCCAC at its Annual Awards and Employee Celebration. Amy Stanley, executive director of Sexual Assault Response Services of Southern Maine (SARSSM), was also honored.

Wientzen began her work at the Spurwink Child Abuse Program in 1996. Spurwink is a nonprofit headquartered in Portland that provides behavioral health and educational services for children, adults, and families across Maine.

CCCAC award[Photo caption: (left to right) Cumberland County Sheriff Kevin Joyce, Chief Deputy Naldo Gagnon, Captain Wayne Pike, Spurwink Child Abuse Program Director Joyce Wientzen, Captain Don Goulet (center), SARSSM Executive Director Amy Stanley, Captain Craig Smith and Captain Scott Stewart]

The Forecaster– June 29