Press Release | December 4, 2020
Crescendo Consulting Group, a boutique firm that works to positively change the lives of people, organizations and communities around the United States, has relocated its corporate headquarters to the historic Dana Warp Mill in Westbrook, Maine.
Press Release | August 18, 2020
Tara Auclair recently rejoined Crescendo Consulting Group in Portland, Maine, as a Senior Consultant. A Coral Gables, Florida, resident, Tara is a marketing, communications and public relations strategist with experience working in health IT, hospital, medical societies, non-profit, private practice, ad agency and consulting sectors.
Abilene Reporter News | November 19, 2019
ThriveABI hired Crescendo Consulting Group to conduct a community visioning project for the City of Abilene, Texas. Over the course of six weeks, Crescendo conducted focus groups, stakeholder interviews, and large community open forums to gather insights and perspectives from community members.
Springfield News-Leader | April 18, 2019
After 15 months, Crescendo Consulting Group completed the Community Mental Health Needs Assessment for the Springfield-Greene County Health Department. The report revealed that stigma is one of the top barriers to mental health and substance abuse treatment in Green County, Missouri.
KSMU Ozarks Public Radio | April 12, 2019
Greene County, Missouri has higher rates of depression, anxiety, and suicide compared to the U.S. The Springfield-Greene County Health Department used the Community Mental Health Needs Assessment that Crescendo conducted to help educate the community and break down stigma barriers.
Springfield News-Leader | November 17, 2017
The Springfield-Greene County Health Department hired Crescendo Consulting Group to complete an 18-month Community Mental Health Needs Assessment for Springfield and Greene County to understand the unique needs of individuals living with mental health and substance abuse.
Bangor Daily News | March 12, 2014
Crescendo Consulting Group helped the Maine Medical Association conduct a survey with their physician membership to gauge provider perspectives on health insurance topics. The survey revealed that 65% of doctors in Maine support single-payer health care.