CASCO — Spurwink Services, a Maine nonprofit that provides statewide behavioral health and educational services for children, adolescents, adults and families, has recently appointed Travis Dunbar as associate program director of education for the Casco program.

The program provides a safe and highly structured therapeutic environment for adolescents with emotional, behavioral and developmental challenges.

Dunbar, who was previously the lead teacher of the day treatment program at Lewiston Middle School, has recently completed a master of education degree with a special education specialty.

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