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Direct Services for Children


Biddeford Free Clinic
The Biddeford Free Clinic provides accessible and free outpatient general medical care and prescription medication to adults and children who have no medical insurance and cannot afford private medical care.

Catholic Charities Maine
Since 1966, Catholic Charities Maine has been providing help and creating hope for individuals, families, and children in need, regardless of faith or ability to pay.

Community Counseling Center
With roots dating back to 1874, Community Counseling Center is one of Maine’s oldest and most comprehensive nonprofit family service agencies, making positive and lasting changes in the lives of 10,000 individuals and families each year through prevention, education, treatment and wellness programs

Connections for Kids
CFK has evolved into a fully licensed mental health agency and our services provide a continuum of care. Connections for Kids offers a safe, inclusive, non-judgmental environment which empowers parents to obtain the necessary clinical treatment for themselves and for their children.

Counseling Services, Inc.
Accessible, responsive, comprehensive, integrated community mental health and substance abuse treatment and support services for southern Maine residents of all ages.

Day One
Our prevention and treatment programs address youth substance abuse and mental health issues.

Graham Behavioral Services, Inc.
Graham Behavioral Services provides high quality, in-home mental health and behavioral services, as well as case management for children and adults.

Health Affiliates Maine
Health Affiliates Maine provides Outpatient Therapy and Case Management Services throughout the State of Maine. The clinicians treat mental health and substance abuse diagnoses using a wide range of therapy modalities. Case Managers assess for clients’ strengths and needs, advocate for services and connect clients with community resources.

Maine Vocational and Rehabilitation Associates (MVRA)
MVRA’s Children’s Services Program provides in-home and community support for children, teenagers and young adults between birth and 21 years old who have been diagnosed with a developmental disability. To qualify for services, the child must be a recipient of MaineCare and have a developmental disability that affects their everyday functioning.

Merrymeeting Behavioral Health Associates
Children’s Case Management is available to help children (under the age of 21) and their families to effectively access relevant services in their communities

Opportunity Alliance
The Opportunity Alliance is comprised of 50 integrated community based and clinical programs serving more than 20,000 people annually. For more than 40 years, we have provided early education and child care, nutrition programming, advocacy, information and referral, mental health and substance abuse treatment, as well as basic needs for people living in poverty.

Providence Service Corporation of Maine
Providence is the largest Maine provider of home-based behavioral health treatment services to children and families in the state.

SMART Child and Family Services
The mission of SMART’s Counseling Program is to assist children, adolescents and adults better manage internal and external challenges.

Spurwink Services
Spurwink Services is a nationally accredited non-profit organization that provides a broad range of mental health and educational services for children, adolescents, adults and families.

Stepping Stones
Stepping Stones’ Community Mental Health program offers outpatient mental health counseling in the Bangor and Portland area to both adults and children.

Sweetser offers services that address emotional disturbances, mental illnesses, behavioral disorders and learning disabilities through a network of educational programs, preventive services, community-support services, residential homes and outpatient services.

York County Community Health Care
York County Community Health Care provides behavioral health services for York County individuals and families who are homeless and for those who reside in public housing. We serve persons of all ages—children, teens, adults, and elders. Our primary goals are the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness in order to alleviate the distress it causes and the improvement or maintenance of the individual’s capacity to function in society and in the community.


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