ACAP-Early Care and Education
Provides quality, developmental childcare to families who are working or attending school. Childcare is for children aged six weeks to six years and is age appropriate and individualized to meet each child’s needs.
An holistic, comprehensive approach to meeting a whole family’s needs by working with families in the key areas of health and wellness, economic assets, education and training, early childhood education, and social capital.
ACAP-WIC (Women, Infants, and Children)
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
Impacting our communities by bringing hope and love, one block at a time. Assisting with food, clothing needs, life skills education, and building stronger, healthier families. It’s about giving a “hand up” not a “hand out.”
American Red Cross
Prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
Aroostook Area Agency on Aging-Nutrition Services
Provides nutritionally balanced meals to homebound older people and some younger disabled people who are unable to prepare meals for themselves. Also provides congregate meals and food assistance at centers in Aroostook County.
Aroostook Area Agency on Aging-Aroostook Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
Assists local nonprofits and service agencies to secure volunteers, who in turn make a difference where they are volunteering.
Aroostook Council for Healthy Families-Maine Families Aroostook
Caring and professional family visitors who partner with parents to access the information and resources that can support the physical and emotional health of their baby.
Aroostook Council for Healthy Families- Raising Stronger Families
Partnering with parents, childcare providers, grandparents, and others who are caring for children to strengthen families by offering them opportunities for support and reliable information.
Penobscot Boys and Girls Club Presque Isle Unit-Power Hour/Making Minutes Count
A comprehensive program which extends learning beyond the school day by providing academic support, enrichment, and remediation which impact youth in three essential ways: Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles, and Good Character and Citizenship.
Catholic Charities~Hunger and Relief Services
Supplies nutritious food to people experiencing food insecurity throughout Aroostook County. The program provides food to 24 food pantries in Aroostook County to improve the health of low income families.
Central Aroostook Association
Provides the necessary support for people in programming to reach their highest level of personal development. Services are provided for mentally and physically handicapped individuals.
Grace Interfaith Food Table
Provides food to individuals and families with temporary unmet nutritional needs. Open four Wednesdays a month.
Homeless Services of Aroostook
Shelters individuals and families with children, providing a no-cost, safe environment to sleep, melas, showers, and holistic case management services.
Hope & Justice Project
Serves the needs of victims/survivors of domestic abuse while working to end domestic violence in Aroostook County.
St. John Valley Association
Empowers adults with developmental disabilities in the St. John Valley to achieve their maximum potential.
The Salvation Army
Assisting those in need with food pantry services, a soup kitchen, and by providing assistance with electricity, water, heat, and housing. Worship programs for the whole family are also available.