Community Care
has been
accredited by

COA - Council On Accreditation

since 2005

May is Foster Parent Appreciation Month! 

Thank you to all foster parents who have opened up your homes and your hearts to care for children in need of a home.  Foster parents have been instrumental in offering a safe and nurturing home to Maine's youth when they are unable to live with their families.  Many children living in foster care end up reunifying with their families thanks to the incredible support and guidance of foster parents.  Thank you for all that you do!  If you or someone you know is interested in exploring becoming a foster parent, please call our Foster Care Specialist, Brynn Kimball, at 299-1144.

Mental Health Awareness Month – 13 Things You Should Know

Do you know that there is a popular new series on Netflix (“13 Reasons Why”) that is written for a middle-school/ teenage audience? The story is about a seventeen year old girl named Hannah Baker, who ends her life and leaves behind a series of recordings to her classmates that describe the difficult events which led to her decision.  

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What's Happening

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Community Care is proud to be celebrating over 20 years of service and support to the children, teens, families, and individuals who need us throughout Maine!  In November of 1995, we began providing treatment foster care (under a different name) to a small number of kids in a small area of Maine...

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Employee Spotlight

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Meet Jessica George, a Central Coordinator!

1. How long have you worked at Care?

I have worked at Care for 3 years and left for a few short weeks to try something new and have been back at Care for 4 years - making that 7 years total. Upon leaving the agency I realized how much I enjoyed working for Community Care and thankfully a position was available for me to return to.

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"Without a sense of caring, there can be no sense of community."

- Anthony J. D'Angelo