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Community Care is a private non-profit (501 (3) c) agency that serves youth, families and adults in the state of Maine who are affected by, or who are living with mental health/behavioral, trauma/abuse/neglect, and/or poverty issues. We believe that all individuals can realize their fullest potential and life satisfaction. Further, we believe that we can support them to achieve their goals by joining with them in a respectful and positive manner as we provide the treatment, interventions, guidance, and supports. Community Care recognizes that our staff are our greatest asset as we work together to achieve both client and community goals.
Community Care provides a wide variety of services across the state for adults, children and families to assist them in realizing their goals. Services include Mental Health Counseling, Adult and Children's Case Management, In-Home Support, Independent Living Program for transition-aged youth, and Home and Community Treatment (HCT). Community Care also recruits, trains and supports treatment level foster parents in caring for youth in the custody of the Department of Health and Human Services.
NewsRelease Date: May 17, 2019
JobsCase Managers - Alternative Response ProgramCategory: Non-Profit and Social ServicesWe are seeking caring and motivated individuals to conduct safety assessments through investigative casework and provide support to families in our Alternative Response Program (ARP). ARP provides support to families referred by DHHS due to reports of low to moderate child abuse and neglect. The Social Worker conducts a thorough assessment of risk, facilitates Family Team Meetings to develop a ...read more
ContactDawn FreemanPhone:(207) 299-1139Fax:(207) 990-3660Clinical TherapistsCategory: Non-Profit and Social ServicesThe clinician will provide a high level of clinical support to youth and families within home and community settings through the Community Family Support Services program in collaboration with a bachelor level support worker. The clinician will also have the opportunity to provide outpatient mental health services to a diverse group of individuals including adults and children within families ...read more
ContactPhone:(207) 299-1139Fax:(207) 990-3660