The Hope House is a low-barrier homeless shelter focused on addressing immediate life-safety needs for persons struggling with substance use disorder with built-in support to aid in the transition from homelessness and active substance use to stable housing and recovery.
We bring people together to build and repair homes with local families to move them out of substandard living conditions and give them the stability, independence, and financial benefits that home ownership provides.
Wellspring’s Outpatient Program provides individual and group counseling for Mental Health and/or Substance Use Disorder treatment (includes co-occurring) and, counseling for affected others.
The mission of the Good Samaritan Agency is to help individuals who have special needs concerning pregnancy and parenting to gain the services they need to improve the quality of their lives.
The Violence Intervention Program (VIP), a 48-week, court-certified program for offenders who have been convicted of domestic violence, holds participants accountable for their abusive behavior, helps them to address patterns of violent and controlling behavior, and teaches them alternative communication and coping strategies.
In partnership with communities, local vendors, organizations, and those we serve, the Dover Foxcroft Area Food Cupboard’s mission is to provide healthy supplemental and emergency food to area households experiencing food insecurity in the least restrictive and most respectful way possible, and to provide opportunities for learning that lead to increased self-sufficiency.
New Hope for Women provides services to all residents of Waldo County who are experiencing domestic violence, dating violence or stalking.
The Parents Are Leaders (PALs) program begins with newborn home visits to inform and engage parents in their child’s development, and maintains support offering an evidence based curriculum of weekly infant play/parent support classes that teach positive parenting skills through structured parent-child engagement.
The Bangor Region YMCA Y-Works Before and After School program utilizes a nationally recognized curriculum to deliver impactful programming to children in kindergarten through 5th grade, this program emphasizes social skills development, closing educational gaps, connecting youth with caring adults, and reducing or eliminating barriers to inclusion by providing transportation, extended hours, and scholarships.
Community Ties provides individualized and family-focused services for people with intellectual disabilities nd autism from the Old Town/Orono/Bangor increasing life skills and independent living opportunities.