Community Resources

Provides Early Intervention (birth-2 years) and Free Public Education (ages 3-5 years)

Contact Info:
250 State Street Brewer
207-947-8493

Offer preschool services;
clinical services for children birth through 5 years with developmental, physical, and emotional diagnosis;
evaluation; targeted case management; and parent education.

Contact Info:
48 South Factory Street,
Suite 2 Skowhegan
(207) 399-6020

Helping low income children become prepared for school

Contact Info:
866-763-6481

Site:

Kids First

A one-day, four-hour workshop, designed to help parents address problems and promote reduction of the negative effects of divorce.
All workshops are held on Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Check-in is 8:00 - 8:30 a.m.

Contact Info:
Family Enrichment
Council of Somerset &
Kennebec Counties
(207) 859-1514

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Maine Car Seat Program

Located throughout the State of Maine,
these sites provide child safety seats to families meeting WIC income guidelines.
Parents are taught to properly fit the safety seat to the child and how to correctly install the safety seat in their vehicle by a certified CPS Technician.

Contact Info:
Penobscot County:
EMMC
489 State St.
Bangor, ME
(207) 973-8954

Somerset County: Redington Fairview General Hospital
46 Fairview Ave.
Skowhegan, ME
(207) 474-5121 x. 427
       

Site:

KVCAP Head Start / Preschool

Part-day and part-year enrollment opportunities available. Contact KVCAP or school for details.

Contact Info:
Canaan Elementary School
178 Main Street
Canaan, ME 04924
(207) 474-3901

Hartland Consolidated School
62 Elm Street
Hartland, ME 04943
(207) 938-4456

St. Albans Consolidated School
129 Hartland Road
St. Albans, ME 04971
(207) 938-3159

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KVCAP Parenting Classes

A variety of parenting classes available. Call for details and class schedule.

Contact Info:
Deb Rich
(207) 859-1580 or debrar@kvcap.org
Ruth Lessard
(207) 859-1514 or ruthl@kvcap.org

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Maine Families

Home visitors partner with parents and parents-to-be to access
The information and resources that can support the physical and emotional health of their baby and entire family.
Parents who are expecting or have a newborn at home are invited to take part in the program.
There is no cost to participate.
Services are tailored to meet parent needs.

Contact Info:
Somerset County: (207) 474-8487 ext. 2537

Kennebec County: (207) 859-8508   

Site:

Parents as Scholars

Support for parents in postsecondary education programs

Contact Info:
98 North Ave- Suite 2
Skowhegan, ME
(207) 626-7058

       

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Penquis Childcare & Headstart

Offers childcare and preschool services.

Contact Info:
262 Harlow Street
P.O. Box 1162
Bangor, Maine 04402-1162
(207) 973-3500
1 (800) 215-4942
TDD (207) 973-3520
Fax (207) 973-3699

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The Penquis Law Project

The Penquis Law Project seeks to create access to civil legal services for low- and moderate-income residents who would otherwise be without counsel and/or representation. Legal assistance is provided in matters of domestic relations, including divorce, protection from abuse, child support and visitation. 

Contact Info:
Regular office hours in Bangor and Dover-Foxcroft.
Please call (207) 973-3671 or
1-(800) 215-4942 to schedule an appointment.

A support group meeting for people and their families living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The group is facilitated by SVH's knowledgeable staff. Meetings held first Thursday of each month from 11:00am to 12:30pm. RSVP by Thursday prior to the meeting.

Contact Info:
SVH Respiratory
447 N. Main St.
Pittsfield, ME 04967

(207) 487-4082

The Chronic Pain Workshop is a 6-week workshop for those who want to learn ways to better manage their pain and health concerns.  The workshop is held once a week for 2 ½ hours for adults who have long-term or chronic pain lasting longer than 3 – 6 months, or beyond the normal healing time for an injury. 

Contact Info:
Spectrum Generations
1 (800) 639.1553
TTY 1 (800)464.8703

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Diabetes Support Group

Monthly meeting for adults with diabetes. Features a speaker who presents information on a topic related to diabetes self-management.
Meets the 2nd Thursday of each month, 4-6pm at 130 Leighton St, Pittsfield

Free and open to the public
 

Contact Info:
Laurie Alexander 487-3890, x2731
TTY 487-4590

This group provides a confidential setting for those family members, friends and neighbors who are, or have been caring for someone. This is an opportunity to share concerns and experiences and learn about how important it is to take care of one's self. Call for schedule.

Contact Info:
Offered at SVH, Pittsfield
Spectrum Generations
1 (800) 282-0764 x. 106 or TTY: 1 (800) 464-8703            

A 6 week program for anyone living with a long-term health problem, such as asthma, diabetes, COPD, Heart Disease, Obesity, etc. Anyone living with a long-term health condition is welcome. Class offered throughout the year and registration is required. Call for details.

Contact Info:
SVH Community Health
447 N. Main St.
Pittsfield, ME 04967

(207) 487-3890 x. 2735

A self-management education program that includes time with a nurse, a dietitian, and group sessions.

Contact Info:
SVH Diabetes & Nutrition Clinic
447 N. Main St.
Pittsfield, ME 04967
(207) 487-4068

4-week program designed for people who are thinking about quitting tobacco use. The goal of the program is to help people prepare for the next steps by using effective tools and strategies to stop tobacco use. Call for the upcoming class schedule.

Contact Info:
SVH Community Health
447 N. Main St.
Pittsfield, ME 04967

(207) 487-3890 x. 2731

4-hour program that teaches people how to have a meaningful and confident conversations with friends/family/
consumers about tobacco use. The program offers information about tobacco, how to communicate with a tobacco user in a helping way and what resources are available for someone who wants to quit using tobacco.


Contact Info:
SVH Community Health
447 N. Main St.
Pittsfield, ME 04967

(207) 487-3890 x. 2731

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Adult Daybreak and Respite Care

Adult DayBreak is an affordable licensed alternative to more expensive assisted living level services.
Anyone over 60 or disabled may attend for an hourly fee, and financial assistance may be available for individuals who meet certain requirements.  

Contact Info:
Spectrum Generations
1 (800) 639-1553
TTY: 1 (800) 464-8703.

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Community Health and Counseling Services

Community Health and Counseling Services is a private, non profit community-based home health, hospice and mental health provider serving eastern, northern and central Maine.

Contact Info:
PO Box 425
Bangor, ME 04402-0425
(207) 922-4703

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Eastern Area Agency on Aging

Offering services and programs for the senior population

Contact Info:
450 Essex St, Bangor
(207) 941-2865
1 (800) 432-7812

Elder Buddies volunteers will be matched up with compatible seniors. Elder Buddies has no cost except for the rides. Depending on distance, the rides will have a fee. You can have more than one Elder Buddies volunteer depending on your needs.

Contact Info:
EAAA
450 Essex St, Bangor
(207) 941-2865
1 (800) 432-7812

Provides confidential setting for those family members, friends, and neighbors who are, or have been caring for someone.

Contact Info:
Offered at SVH, Pittsfield
Spectrum Generations
1 (800) 282-0764 x. 106
TTY: 1(800) 464-8703

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Legal Services for the Elderly

Free legal service for those over age 60



Contact Info:

1 (800) 750-5353

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Senior Companion Program

At home visits to help elderly stay living at home

Contact Info:
Kennebec / Somerset: 207.474.9622
Penobscot:207.581.3192

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Senior Farm Share

Farm Share for qualified income based elderly people.

Contact Info:
Deering Building
90 Blossom Lane
Augusta
207-287-3491

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Senior Enrichment Program

The Senior Enrichment Program in Palmyra provide supports to the aging population. Primary focus is helping individuals understand the physical and psychological changes associated with their age.

 

Contact Info:
987 Main St
Palmyra, ME 04965
Phone: (207)-938-7048

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Spectrum Generations

Elderly care and oppertunities throughout community

Contact Info:
30 Leavitt Street Skowhegan
207-474-8552

Fridays
12:30pm-2:00pm

Contact Info:
16 Dexter Rd.
Corinna, ME
04928

First and Third Saturdays
8:30pm-9:30pm
and Fridays
6:00pm-6:30pm

Contact Info:

Mullin Rd.
Stetson, ME
04488

Wednesdays 9:30am-11:30am



Contact Info:
19 Seekins St., Hartland, ME 04943

Saturdays
8:00am-10:00am



Contact Info:
26 High St.,
Newport, ME
04953

Tuesdays
2:00pm-4:00pm



Contact Info:
13 Church St.,
Clinton, ME
04927

Hours:
Tuesdays & Fridays
10am - 1pm

Contact Info:
128 Conors Ave
Pittsfield, ME
04967

Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
and Fridays, 
5:00pm-7:00pm



Contact Info:

868 Main St.,
Palmyra, ME
04965

Site:

Maine Eye Care

Eye Care

Contact Info:
Somerset Plaza
Pittsfield
487-2261

Primary Care / Patient Centered Medical Home

Contact Info:
26 Main St # 2
Newport, ME 04953
(207) 368-5747

Site:

Sebasticook Family Doctors

Primary Care, Behavioral Health services, and Dental services. A Patient Centered Medical Home.

Contact Info:
118 Moosehead Trail, Suit 5, Newport 368-5189
140 Chandler St, Pittsfield
487-9244
Dental: 924-5200

Site:

Sebasticook Valley Hospital

Emergency Services
Imaging
Infusion Services
Inpatient Services
Lab Services
Lymphedema Therapy
Nuclear Medicine
Rehabilitation Services
Respiratory
Sleep Studies Center
Surgical Services
SVH Specialty Physicians
Swing Bed
Women's Health Center

Contact Info:
447 North Main St. Pittsfield
207-487-4000

Offers Cardiology (heart),Gynecology (female reproductive system),
Neurology (nervous system), Obstetric services (reproductive process),
Ophthalmology (eye and brain), Orthopaedic services (muscle and bone),
Podiatry (foot and ankle), Pulmonary Medicine (heart and circulation system),
Surgery, and Urology (urinary tract and male reproductive organs) services.

Contact Info:
72 North Road
Detroit, ME 04929
(207) 487-4019

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Bridges Home Care

Home care services; Geriatric care management; Home safety assessment; 
Medical alert systems; Medication management system;
assist with creating companion visits, technology,
motion senors, and monitoring 4 times a day. 

Contact Info:
1 (800) 876-9212

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Disability Rights Center

Services for those who have disabilities

Contact Info:
24 Stone St Suite 204
Augusta
1 (800) 452-1948

Site:

Eastern Maine Home Care

Home care and hospice services

Contact Info:

1 (866) 591-8843

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Hospice Volunteers of Somerset County

In home and nursing home care

Contact Info:
41 Main St. Skowhegan
(207) 474-7775

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Living Innovations

Home Health Care

Contact Info:
118 Moosehead Trail, Suit 2 Newport
(207) 368-5869

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Maine Rx Program

Low cost prescription program

Contact Info:
207-287-1828

Primary Care services / Patient Centered Medical Home.
SVH Family Care offers comprehensive care for patients who have non life-threatening issues.
These can include sore throats, colds, sprains, infections, and minor wound and burn care. 
Also provides lab services at all office locations. Please call anytime with questions.

Contact Info:
Clinton Office:
1309 Main St.
(207) 426-0976

Newport Office:
8 Main St. (Triangle Plaza)
(207) 368-4292

Pittsfield Office:
470 Somerset Ave.
(207) 487-5154

Occupational and wellness services.

Contact Info:
125 Main Street
Pittsfield, ME
(207) 487-3726

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed)
classes are designed to encourage participants to make healthy food choices
within a limited budget and to choose physically active lifestyles.
HealthySV offers classes for all ages from preschoolers to older adults.
Classes include Eat Well, Play Hard, Pick a Better Snack & Act,
Nutrition to Grow On, EatFit, Eat Together, Eat Better, Cooking Matters, and Eat Smart,Live Stong.
For information on upcoming classes or to schedule a class,
contact Kristina Verney.

Contact Info:
Kristina Verney
HealthySV
447 N. Main St.
Pittsfield ME 04967
(207) 487-3890 x2744

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Weight Watchers

Weight Watchers is a weight-loss program that offers a variety of programs including:
Weight Watchers Meetings, Weight Watchers Online,
Weight Watchers Online for Men,Weight Watchers eTools and Mobile,
Weight Watchers At Work, ActiveLink Activity Monitor, and Weight Watchers Magazine.
For more information about any of these programs or to attend a local meeting, visit their website.

Contact Info:
Visit Website

Free program, providing pedometers and a listing of safe indoor walking routes located throughout the Sebasticook Valley region. Contact HealthySV for more information and to register. Program offered November - March.

Contact Info:
HealthySV
447 N. Main St.
Pittsfield, ME 04967
(207) 487-3890 x. 2731

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EAAA Community Cafe

Call for Reservation
Corinna - Tuesdays only
Dexter - Tuesdays and Thursdays only

Community Cafe’s offer a delicious meal. Many Cafe’s have Bingo games, music, card games, and auctions to make the day fun. We welcome everyone into our cafes, and hope seniors will bring friends and family so they can all enjoy lunch together. 

Contact Info:
Corinna:
Corundel Commons
14 Hill St.
Corinna, ME 04928
(207) 938-2703

Dexter:
Dexter Town Hall Community Center
(207) 924-7624

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Cooking Matters

Cooking Matters for Maine is a partnership between Share Our Strength,
a national nonprofit, and Good Shepherd Food-Bank.
Cooking Matters has partnered with HealthySV to offer cooking and nutrition education classes in the Sebasticook Valley.
Culinary instructors, nutrition instructors, and staff from HealthySV are working
together to teach people of all ages about good nutrition
and how to prepare healthy, tasty meals and snacks.

Contact Info:
Kristina Verney
HealthySV
447 N. Main St.
Pittsfield, ME 04967
(207) 487-3890 x. 2744

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Healthy Maine Walks

Offers a comprehensive listing of walking routes in the state.
Walking routes may be a local high school track,
a downtown "museum in the streets" trail, or a portion of a larger trail system.
This website is designed specifically to provide information about where to find a place to walk
in your community or in the town you are visiting,
to help you lead an active healthy lifestyle.



Contact Info:
Visit website

The criteria for receiving Meals on Wheels:
  • Senior must be 60 years of age or older, be homebound and unable to leave their house without assistance
  • Senior must be unable to prepare a meal and have no one available to prepare a meal
  • Available on short or long term basis, depending on need


Contact Info:
Penobscot/Piscataquis County:
EAAA
450 Essex Street
Bangor, ME 04401
(207) 941-2865
1-800-432-7812
Email: info@eaaa.org

Somerset/Kennebec/ Waldo County:
Spectrum Generations
1 Weston Court, Suite 203
Augusta, ME 04330
1-800-639-1553

Every Friday from 11:30a – 2:30
Pittsfield First Universalist Church hosts The Welcome Table: a warm space to enjoy good food and friends. Open to all; free to all.

Contact Info:
First Universalist Church
112 Easy St.
Pittsfield ME 04967
(207) 487-5861

Coordinated by HealthySV and sponsored by
the Sebasticook Valley Federal Credit Union and Sebasticook Family Doctors.
the Senior Farm Share program provides seniors in Sebasticook Valley with free fresh vegetables throughout the growing season.
Contact HealthySV for more information.
Space is limited.

Contact Info:
HealthySV
447 N. Main St.
Pittsfield, ME 04967
(207) 487-3890 x. 2731

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SVH Diabetes & Nutrition Clinic

Services include:
“Take Charge of Your Diabetes” – a self-management education program;
Meal Planning Made Easy; Injection Training;
Glucometer Training; Intensive Insulin Management;
Insulin Pump Evaluation, Teaching, and Follow-up;
Gestational Diabetes Education;
72-hour Continuous Glucose Monitoring for Blood Sugar Management;
Telephonic Diabetes Education and Support Program;
Community Nutrition and Diabetes Education Programs

Contact Info:
447 N. Main St.
Pittsfield, ME 04967
(207) 487-4068

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TOPS

TOPS Club Inc. is a non-profit, weight-loss support and wellness education organization.
Local chapters can be found in Pittsfield, Newport, Hartland, Clinton, Skowhegan, Dexter,
and many more locations - making it easy for you to find a chapter that fits your schedule and style.
For more information, to contact a local coordinator, visit the website.

Contact Info:
Visit website

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University of Maine Cooperative Extension

Offer educational programs and services that focus on the Maine Food System, Positive Youth Development, and Community and Economic Development.

Contact Info:
Somerset County:
7 County Drive
Skowhegan, ME 04976-4209
Phone: 207.474.9622 or
800.287.1495 (in Maine)
FAX: 207.474.0374
E-mail: cesom@umext.maine.edu

Penobscot County:
307 Maine Avenue
Bangor, ME 04401-4331
Phone: 207.942.7396 or
800.287.1485 (in Maine)
FAX: 207.942.7537
E-mail: cepen@umext.maine.edu

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WIC Nutrition Program

WIC is a nutrition program for thousands of Maine families, helping Maine kids to grow up strong and healthy. WIC food benefits are available based on income guidelines and up-to-date nutrition research.

Contact Info:
Somerset/Kennebec County:
165 North Ave.
Skowhegan ME 04976
474-7463 or 1-888-942-6333
Fax 474-7461

Penobscot/ Piscataquis County:
103 Texas Ave
Bangor ME 04401
992-4570 or 1-800-470-3769
Fax 941-3063

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Community Care

Adult services intended for consumers coping with mental illness: services included case management, skills development, and daily living support.

Services also include children's case management, family support services, mental health clinic, and treatment foster care. 

Contact Info:

Skowhegan Office:
98 North Avenue, Suite 30
Skowhegan, ME 04976
(207) 858-0067

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Northeast Occupational Exchange

Northeast Occupational Exchange assists persons who are physically and mentally disabled and otherwise vocationally handicapped to maximize their independent living capability, eliminate abuse and dependence on substances and enhance employability and economic independence through various programs.

Contact Info:
1-800-857-0500

442 Moosehead Trail

Newport, ME 04953

Fax: (207) 368-5290

TTY: (207) 355-3001

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SKILLS INC

Support services for people with disabilities with both day and residential programs.

Contact Info:

P.O. Box 65
St. Albans, Maine 04971
phone: (207) 938-4615
fax: (207) 938-5670

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Community Health and Counseling Services

Community Health and Counseling Services is a private, non profit community-based home health, hospice and mental health provider serving eastern, northern and central Maine.

Contact Info:

PO Box 425
Bangor, ME 04402-0425
(207) 922-4703

Site:

Acadia Hospital

Acute care hospital and community mental health agency offering: adult and child inpatient services, outpatient clinic and management services, psychiatric services, Cognitivie Behavioral Therapy, and medication management services.

Contact Info:
268 Stillwater Ave, Bangor
(207) 973-6100  

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Adult Protective Services

Provides Services for Incapacitated/Dependent Adults 18 and over

Contact Info:
1-800-624-8404
maine.gov

Adult Community Integration,Daily Living Support/ Skills Development, Medication Clinic,  Outpatient Therapy

Contact Info:

1604 Benton Ave,
Benton
800-781-0070

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Catholic Charities of Maine

Community-based social services

Contact Info:
207-781-8550   

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Charlotte White Center

Support for those with developmental disabilities and behavioral health issues

Contact Info:
Stillwater Professional Park
38 Penn Plaza
Bangor
947-1410

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Crisis & Counseling Centers

Respectfully responding to the mental health and substance abuse needs. Services include substance abuse intensive outpatient treatment, substance abuse and mental health group treatment programs and medication management.

Contact Info:
If you are in crisis, call  1.888.568.1112

10 Caldwell Road
Augusta, ME 04330-5735
207-621-2552

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Discovery House

Holistic outpatient services

Contact Info:
74 Dowd Road
Bangor, ME 04401

Site:

Kennebec Behavioral Health

Adult and Child Community-based prevention, education, treatment, and rehabilitation services.

Contact Info:
Skowhegan Clinic
5 Commerce Drive
Skowhegan, Maine
04976-4823
(207) 474-8311
Toll Free: 1 (888) 322-2136
TTY: (207) 474-9894

Individual and Group Counseling

Contact Info:
444 Stillwater Avenue, Suite 202, Bangor
(207) 941-1113

Dr. Thomas Earley LCPC provides behavioral health services in Canaan and Pittsfield locations
nd Karen Staffeld, LCSW provides behavioral health services in our Dexter and Dover Foxcroft locations.
Offer Care Management Services.

Contact Info:
Canaan Office
333 Main St
(207) 474-6990

Newport Office
118 Moosehead Trail
Suite 5
(207) 368-5189

Clinton Office
1309 Main St
(207) 426-0976

Newport Office
8 Main St
(207) 368-4292

Pittsfield Office
470 Somerset Ave,
(207) 487-5154

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Waterville Social Club

Peer and social support for those recovering from mental illness

Contact Info:
32 Ticonic Street
Waterville ME
207-873-1029

Site:

Crisis & Counseling Centers

Respectfully respond to the mental health and substance abuse needs. Services include substance abuse intensive outpatient treatment, substance abuse and mental health group treatment programs.

Contact Info:
If you are in crisis, call 1.888.568.1112

10 Caldwell Road
Augusta, ME 04330-5735
207-621-2552

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Drug Screening

Assessment tool to understand the effects of substance abuse on health

Contact Info:
drugscreening.org

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Northeast Occupational Exchange

Counseling for those who have physical and/or mental disabilities in conjunction with lowering substance use

Contact Info:
800-857-0500

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Project Integrate

Online resource for tobacco free living

Contact Info:
(207) 873-0686

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Sebasticook Family Doctors

Dr. Thomas Earley LCPC provides behavioral health services in Canaan and Pittsfield locations and Karen Staffeld, LCSW provides behavioral health services in our Dexter and Dover Foxcroft locations. Offer Care Management Services.

Contact Info:
Canaan Office
333 Main St
(207) 474-6990

Newport Office
118 Moosehead Trail
Suite 5
(207) 368-5189

Clinton Office
1309 Main St
(207) 426-0976

Newport Office
8 Main St
(207) 368-4292

Pittsfield Office
470 Somerset Ave,
(207) 487-5154

Site:

2-1-1

Extensive statewide directory of health & human services

Contact Info:
1-866-811-5695

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Alcohol Screening

Assessment tool to understand the effects of drinking habits on health

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Alcoholics Anonymous

Fellowship for those affected by another's drinking habits

Contact Info:
1-800-498-1844

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Crossroads

Inpatient program open to women in need of addiction and emotional health treatment.
Done through a holistic approach including yoga, equine therapy, and acupuncture.

Contact Info:
207-773-9931
crossroadsme.org
87 Withrop St
Hallowell Maine

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Kennebec Behavioral Health

Outpatient behavioral services, substance abuse and co-occurring substance abuse treatment, community integration, community living services, developmental services case management, supported housing, Children's case management, family behavioral health services, home-based Multisystemic Therapy, and school-based services.

Contact Info:
5 Commerce Drive
Skowhegan

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Maine Rx Program

Low cost prescription program

Contact Info:
1-800-796-1844

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Narcotics Anonymous

12 step education and support program for those recovering from using narcotics

Contact Info:
1-800-207-1230

Site:

2-1-1

Extensive statewide directory of health and human services

Contact Info:
1-866-811-5695

Site:

Become an Ex

Online community and resources to quit smoking

Contact Info:
http://becomeanex.com/

Providing helpers the confidence and information to approach users of tobacco about options and resouces

Contact Info:
207-487-3890 ext. 2731

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The Quit Link

Maine community support towards quitting smoking

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Quit Tobacco, Make Everyone Proud

Online community and resources to quit smoking

Program for preparing to quit smoking

Contact Info:
207-487-3890 ext. 2731

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Bread Of Life Ministries

Soup kitchen, homeless shelter, transitional and permanent housing

Contact Info:
157 Water Street,
Augusta, Maine
04330
(207) 626-3434

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Family Violence Project

Support for those who have been affected by violence.

Contact Info:
(207) 474-8860

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KVCAP Transportation Services

Kennebec/Somerset Explorer - a fixed-route general public bus program.

Contact Info:
26 Mary Street
Skowhegan, ME 04976
(207) 474-8487

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LINC Wellness & Recovery Center

Various health and wellness groups and activities

Contact Info:
38 Memorial Drive
Augusta, ME 04330
207-622-5736

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Maine Career Center

Helping Maine people find local jobs
 

Contact Info:
98 North Avenue,
Skowhegan
474-4950

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The Penquis Law Project

The Penquis Law Project seeks to create access to civil legal services for low- and moderate-income residents who would otherwise be without counsel and/or representation. Legal assistance is provided in matters of domestic relations, including divorce, protection from abuse, child support and visitation. 

Contact Info:
Regular office hours in Bangor and Dover-Foxcroft. Please call (207) 973-3671 or
1-(800) 215-4942 to schedule an appointment.

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Women, Work & Community

Helping women further their professional lives

Contact Info:
207-621-3440

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Spruce Run

Spruce Run offers 24-hour hotline services, emergency shelter, transitional housing,
legal services, support and curriculum groups, and advocacy to victims of intimate partner violence.
Provide community training, education, and opportunities for collaboration to foster a coordinated community response to domestic abuse.

Contact Info:
PO Box 653
Bangor, ME 04402-0653
(207) 945-5102
Fax: (207) 990-4252
sprucerun@sprucerun.net

HOTLINE:
1 (800) 863-9909