Community Concepts, Inc.
Founding Partner, Androscoggin County CPPC Network
Host Organization, Monthly Provider Network Meetings – Lewiston
Community Concepts, Inc. (CCI) offers a variety of housing, economic development and social services for the communities of Androscoggin, Franklin, and Oxford counties of Maine. These services support both the basic needs of families and promote self-sufficiency. CCI is the Child Abuse and Neglect (CAN) Prevention Council for Androscoggin County. Our mission is to prevent child abuse and neglect by empowering children and families in Androscoggin County.
Visit our website: https://www.ccimaine.org/
Call us: 1-800-866-5588
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Founding Partner, Penobscot County CPPC Network
Penquis works with individuals and families throughout Penobscot, Piscataquis, and Knox counties in preventing, reducing, or eliminating poverty in their lives. Penquis was a founding partner of the CPPC Network in Penobscot county. For more information about the wide variety of services offered by Penquis,
Visit our website: www.penquis.org
Call us: 207-973-3500
Email us: email@example.com
The Opportunity Alliance
Founding Partner, Maine’s First CPPC Networks, Cumberland and York Counties
The Opportunity Alliance works with people to build better lives and stronger communities —in Cumberland County and beyond—by offering a comprehensive array of services and resources. These services encompass mental health and wellness, family and early childhood education, economic resources, and community building, as well as 24/7 statewide crisis and information lines.
Visit our website: www.opportunityalliance.org
Call us: 877.429.6884
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maine Behavioral Healthcare
Department of Clinical Innovation
Host Organization, Monthly Provider Network Meetings – Portland
Maine Behavioral Healthcare is committed to creating a seamless system of behavioral health care across Maine, coordinating hospital psychiatric care with community-based treatment services, and better access to medical care through integration with primary care services.
Visit our website: www.mainehealth.org
Call us: 207.874.1030
Email us: email@example.com
United Way Greater Portland
Host Organization, Monthly Provider Network Meetings – Westbrook
For 90 years, UWGP has been strengthening our community and have witnessed the transformational power of working together. We build partnerships with corporations, nonprofits, donors, volunteers, and community-minded leaders. Together we innovate the way people, organizations, and systems work together to improve education, financial stability, and health for every person in Greater Portland.
Visit our website: www.unitedwaygp.org
Call us: 207.874.1000
Email us by clicking here: www.unitedwaygp.org/contact/
Kids Free to Grow
Host Organization, Monthly Provider Network Meetings – Biddeford
Kids Free to Grow is the Child Abuse Prevention Council for York County. Our mission is to prevent child abuse and neglect by empowering children and families in York County.
Visit our website: hkidsfreetogrow.org/kftg
Call us: 207.985.5975
Email us by clicking here: http://kidsfreetogrow.org/kftg/contact-us/
Host Organization, Monthly Provider Network Meetings – South Portland
Avesta Housing is a nonprofit affordable housing provider with 45+ years of experience as a leader in affordable housing development and property management in southern Maine and New Hampshire. Avesta’s mission is to improve lives and strengthen communities by promoting and providing quality affordable homes for people in need. We are focused on five areas of affordable housing: advocacy, development, property management, senior/assisted living and homeownership.
Visit our website: www.avestahousing.org
Call us: 207.553.7777
Email us: Info@AvestaHousing.org
York County Community Action Corp.
Host Organization, Monthly Provider Network Meetings – Sanford
For more than 50 years, York County communities have counted on YCCAC to provide opportunity and hope to people from all circumstances, particularly in times of transition or adversity. We are driven by the belief that when our communities are strong, all of its members have opportunities to thrive— and, in turn, that when an individual achieves personal success and independence, our communities grow healthier, stronger, and more vibrant.
Visit our website: https://yccac.org
Call us: 207.324.5762
Email us by clicking here: https://yccac.org/contact/