Greater Bangor Area MMCN



MMCN:          Jerry Ireland                           322-7625

MMCN:         Pam Proulx-Curry

FAC:               Ariana McIntyre           430-6301

MBVS:            Don Dare                                        941-3005

VHA:              Joanne Bradshaw                    623-8411, X3637

VC:                  Kirk Grant            

Our Mission

The Greater Bangor MMCN brings military and community members together to identify unmet needs and promote the services and resources available to area Service Members, Veterans and their Families.

Our Partners

(From left to right)Employer Support of Guard and Reserve, University of Maine Machias, Women, Work & Community, Team Red White & Blue, Retired Senior Volunteer Program, Military Family Assistance Center, Veterans Administration, Small Business Administration, Committee of One, Maine Army National Guard, OHI, Maine Military Community Network.  Not pictured: Charlotte White Center, Maine Air National Guard, Operation Community Support, Maine Department of Labor, Veteran’s Administration, Maine Bureau of Veterans Services, Bangor Savings Bank, Bangor Chamber of Commerce, University of Maine Augusta Bangor Campus, Preble Street, and Veterans Inc.

Our Leaders

Co-Leaders: Pam Proulx-Curry and Jerry Ireland

Please Join Us

Our group meets monthly on the second Tuesday of each month from 4:30-6pm at 45 Columbia St. Bangor, ME 04401.

Recent Activities:

Meeting Minutes

September 2016

The Greater Bangor MMCN hosted the 2015 MMCN Conference
The  Fifth Annual Conference of the Maine Military Community Network was held on May 13th at Wells Commons on the campus of the University of Maine.  There were 231 conference attendees plus 129 attending the evening keynote for a grand total of 360 attendees, 36 providers of services to the military community and 21 presenters.
Dr. Jonathan Shay provided the keynote address with particular focus on the topic of “Combat Trauma and the Trials of Coming Home”.  Four providers of emerging approaches to healing from trauma presented their unique perspectives along with four Veterans who reported their unique experience with their corresponding provider.  The entire day was highlighted by interactions between the Veteran and civilian provider communities.