Maine Kids’s Residence appoints new government director 

WATERVILLE — The Board of Administrators of Maine Kids’s Residence has named Candace Marriner the brand new government director of MCH after a three-month nationwide search.

Marriner’s 25 years of management expertise throughout the serving to professions, 10 years of expertise in foster care and adoption work, and deep ardour for social work will support in advancing the mission of the almost 125-year-old group. MCH is understood for its 5 core packages in adoption, counseling, young-parent assist, caregiver sources, and winter help for households.

“I’m excited to be becoming a member of Maine Kids’s Residence,” says Marriner. “I’m trying ahead to working with the wonderful workers, board of administrators, companions, and group members who share the fervour of serving to others by means of the invaluable work of this group.”