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Residential Youth Programs
mooseWeymouth House Residential services for youth
mooseGenesis Genesis provides a caring, home-like setting in which teenagers can learn better ways of coping with problems they experience
mooseThe Maine Children's Home for Little Wanderers The Agency’s programs reach teens through its Teen Parent School, Young Fathers, parenting and Lamaze classes, counseling and support groups; and young children through its foster homes, adoption, summer camp and Christmas programs
mooseHarbor Schools of Maine, Inc. Four residential programs serving children and adolescents from age 8-18, a foster care program that serves all 4 programs. Two programs are located in Rockport, 1 in Winterport, and the Aspenledge program in Hampden
moose KidsPeace KidsPeace National Centers for Kids in Crisis-New England.
mooseThe Spurwink School The Spurwink School, established in Maine in 1960, is a non-profit agency providing a broad array of treatment, habilitative and evaluative services through various programs
mooseGoodwill-Hinckley Residential Services [13 family-style Cottages and 2 Transitional Living residences]; Work Study Programming; Recreation; Day Programming during summer months; Student Intake and Enrollment; and Case Management Facilitation
mooseMaine Association of Group Care Providers M.A.G.C.P. is an agency of administrators who come together on the first Friday of the month to discuss issues of mutual interest. This has included our relationship with state agencies, funding mechanisms, Medicaid, and preparing for future eventualities such as managed care
mooseThe Community School Residential Program The Residential School is for 16-to-20-year-old high school dropouts. Eight students live at the school for six months during which time they must hold jobs in the comminity, pay room and board, and attend classes six evenings a week
mooseMaineStay A collaborative program including a 12-bed transitional residence, outreach, treatment, and support services for homeless youth, ages 16 to 23 with serious emotional disorders or mental illness intensified by substance abuse problems
mooseNorth American Family Institute Information about NFI residential programs in Maine
mooseAtrium House Offers a therapeutic milieu where residents learn communication, anger/stress management, problem-solving, and independent living skills

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