ACAP Early Care and Education
Provides quality early child care and education services to children 6 weeks to 6 years.
ACAP Helping Hands
Provides small 0% interest loans to people with very limited resources to meet their basic needs, such as heating, utilities and repairs.
Provides healthy foods, nutrition, education, screening and health care referrals to eligible pregnant and post-partum women, nursing mother, infants and children under five years of age.
Adopt-A-Block of Aroostook
Meets physical and emotional community needs through individualized programs and partnerships with existing agencies to provide a consistent continuum of care.
Aroostook Council for Healthy Families-Maine Families Aroostook
Is a free, voluntary home visitation program for first time parents and pregnant or parenting adolescents.
Aroostook Council for Healthy Families- Raising Stronger Families
Provides parent support and education through classes, trainings and written materials to strengthen parenting skills.
Catholic Charities Maine Home Supplies and Food Bank
Provides food for 21 food pantries and offers building materials, furniture, appliances and household items to low income residents at a fraction of their cost.
Central Aroostook Association
Provides services to people with Developmental Disabilities and Mental Retardation, has a variety of programs from pre-school through adult from day treatment to residential and support services.
Grace Interfaith Food Table
Provides food to individuals and families with temporary unmet nutritional needs, on a non-discriminatory basis, who reside in Castle Hill, Chapman, Crouseville, Mapleton and Presque Isle.
Homeless Services of Aroostook
Provides shelter to individuals and families in need and promotes empowerment through clear expectations. Also Transitional Housing Program helps families go from homelessness to self sufficiency.
Hope & Justice Project
Provides direct services to victims of domestic violence, including emergency shelter, individual advocacy, 24 hr. toll free hot line responses, crisis intervention, support groups and legal assistance.
Meals on Wheels (AAAA)
Provides nutritionally balanced meals to homebound older people and some younger disabled people who are unable to prepare meals for themselves.
Retired & Senior Volunteer Program
Volunteers 55 years or older provide social and health services where necessary and are an advocate to assure that the rights of older people are secured and respected.
St. John Valley Association
Promotes personal and social choices that enhance development and maintenance of valued life skills and adult roles to maximize individual capability and personal independence for persons with mental retardation.