Kennebec Behavioral Health

http://www.kbhmaine.org/

The Mission of Kennebec Behavioral Health is to promote the well-being of children, adults and families who experience mental illness, emotional difficulties or behavioral challenges.

  • Judy Gregory
  • (207) 873-2136
  • (207) 877-8427
  • 67 Eustis Parkway, Waterville, ME, 04901

Maine Central Institute

http://www.mci-school.org

On our beautiful campus in Pittsfield, Maine, students and teachers from down the street and around the world come together—in the classroom and the dormitories, on the playing fields and the stage, for music recitals, meals and all-school meetings—in an academic environment that is at once nurturing and challenging.

  • Alicia Nichols
  • (207) 487-5915
  • 295 Main St., Pittsfield, Maine, 04967, United States

RSU 19 Adult Education

https://rsu19.maineadulted.org

  We provide academic assistance to adults of all levels: Basic Reading & Writing High School Diploma HiSET (High School Equivalency Test) College Preparation in the DEPOT program College classes through the University of Maine ITV College System Workforce Training Quality of Life Classes  

  • Suzanne Nowinski
  • (207) 368-3290
  • 291 Williams Road Suite 2, Newport, ME, 04953

Skills, Inc.

http://www.skillsinc.net

Adults with intellectual disabilities want the same things we all want. A safe home, people who care about them, and the chance to use their skills and talents. At SKILLS, Inc. we support more than 185 adults with intellectual disabilities and other challenges, helping to make all of that possible. SKILLS offers community support programs, residential programs, and support in private homes across central Maine. All of our programs are staffed by trained Direct Support Professionals. In addition, we offer employment opportunities in Skowhegan and at our Skowhegan Thrift Store. Our goal is to help all of the people we support to reach their full potential. At SKILLS, we learn and grow together, and we have fun doing it. We want to be part of the community. So we get out and about as often as we can. We attend baseball games, plant gardens, and visit museums. In addition, we give back by volunteering for Meals on Wheels, serving at local soup kitchens and donating to animal shelters. A Maine Non-Profit, SKILLS was founded by families. In the 1950’s families built non-profits to support their children with developmental disabilities. SKILLS was born from those early organizations. As the children grew into adults, their needs changed. So SKILLS changed too. We started serving only adults with intellectual disabilities. To meet their needs, we added services and expanded programs. Over the last 60 years, we have grown into one big, supportive family stretching across Central Maine. Won’t you join us? Contact us today for details about our programs and services, as well as career opportunities.

  • Stephanie Johnson
  • 207-938-0220
  • 461 Hartland Road, PO Box 65, St. Albans, Maine, 04971, United States

Town of Corinna

http://www.corinna.govoffice.com/

Corinna offers a quality of life that is unmatched with many nearby outdoor recreational opportunities.  Activities such as snowmobiling, fishing, hiking, skiing, mountain climbing, bird watching, hunting and camping are all outside our back door.

  • Serena Bemis-Goodall
  • (207) 278-4183
  • (207) 278-5220
  • 8 Levi Stewart Dr., Corinna, ME, 04928

Town of Dexter

http://dextermaine.org/

The central Maine community of Dexter, located in Penobscot County, is situated in a small valley along Route 7 that runs north from the intersection of Route 95 in Newport and continues toward the Dover-Foxcroft and Moosehead Lake Region.

  • Shelly Watson
  • (207)m 924-7351
  • (207) 924-7352
  • 23 Main St., Dexter, ME, 04930

Town of Exeter

http://www.townofexetermaine.com

Exeter Maine is the agricultural center in Penobscot County.  Located approximately 20 miles west of Bangor, our community has a population of about 1,062. It is a great place to raise a family.

  • Teresa Smith
  • (207) 379-2191
  • (207) 379-2192
  • 1221 Stetson Rd, Exeter, ME, 04435

Town of Palmyra

http://www.palmyratown.org

Palmyra is located in Central Maine about 30 miles northwest of Bangor and just minutes away from Interstate 95.  Palmyra has 38.5 square miles of land area where approximately 2000 residents currently reside.  Most of the land area in Palmyra is agricultural/residential, but there are also a variety of businesses located in the commercial districts of town.

  • Diane Cookson
  • (207) 938-4871
  • (207) 938-4404
  • PO BOX 6, 768 Main St., Palmyra, ME, 04965

Town of Pittsfield

http://www.pittsfield.org/

Pittsfield is a multi-faceted community with much to offer.  There is something for everyone here as evidenced by recent reviews of the community since 2012.  In August 2012, Pittsfield was certified by the State of Maine as business friendly.

  • Kathryn Ruth
  • (207) 487-3136
  • (207) 487-3138
  • 112 Somerset Ave., Pittsfield, ME, 04967

Town of Plymouth

http://www.townofplymouthmaine.com/

Plymouth is a residential and agricultural community located in Penobscot County, with many opportunities for outdoor recreation including hunting, fishing, and snowmobiling. Our community has a total area of 31 square miles, of which 29.73 is land and 1.32 square miles is water. The town’s waterways include Round Pond, Plymouth Pond, and Martin Stream.

  • Rebecca Fray
  • (207) 257-4646
  • (207) 257-2118
  • PO BOX 130, 1947 Moosehead Trail, Plymouth, ME, 04969

Town of Stetson

http://www.stetsonmaine.net

A small town with just over 1,000 residents, Stetson has always taken pride in its strong rural character. Located 17 miles west of Bangor, people originally came to settle here because of the scenic beauty, excellent farmland after it was cleared, and an abundance of lumber. Natural resources including forestland, abundant wildlife, wetlands, water resources and unique natural areas contribute greatly to the quality of life.

  • Diane Lacadie
  • (207) 296-3232
  • (207) 296-3220
  • PO BOX 85, Stetson, ME, 04488