Julia Miller

Program Director at Aroostook Mental Health Services

About

Julia Miller is AMHC’s Program Director of Prevention and Sexual Assault Services. She oversees youth prevention and leadership initiatives provided by Aroostook Teen Leadership Camp (ATLC) and in partnership with Maine Youth Action Network (MYAN). She also manages Sexual Assault Services in Aroostook, Hancock, and Washington Counties, including the Children’s Advocacy Centers, which are committed to minimizing trauma and promoting healing for children and their families following the allegation of sexual abuse. Julia served the Aroostook Band of Micmacs for 25 years including as Tribal Clerk and most recently as Tribal Administrator. She is a trained advocate in both sexual assault and domestic violence and serves as a board member for the Wabanaki Women’s Coalition (WWC) which she helped create in 2012. Julia received her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Maine at Presque Isle, graduating cum laude. She has experience in youth, suicide, and methamphetamine prevention efforts. In addition, she completed an intensive program with Praxis International, Advocacy Learning Center, an 18-month distance learning that teaches advocacy on all levels from victim to offender to collaboration within systems. In 2014, Julia and other colleagues were honored by the Office of the United States Attorney District of Maine for work in developing WWC and in 2016 by Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence (MCEDV) for her work in building bridges between programs. Born and raised in the county, Julia is a fully trained Reiki Master, which has assisted in grounding her in life and work.


Timeline

  • Program Director

    Current role

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