Partner Agencies

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ACAP Early Care and Education
Provides quality early child care and education services to children six weeks to six years.
Phone: 207-768-3045

ACAP-Partnership of Workforce Development and AMHC
Providing services and resources that help individuals achieve greater economic independence by connecting people receiving clinical care to workforce specialists.
Phone: 207-764-3721

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.
Phone: 207-768-3026

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.
Phone: 207-532-2783

American Red Cross
Delivers help, hope, and healing to people affected by disaster, providing emergency assistance to clients.
Phone: 207-498-5050

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.
Phone: 207-764-6185

Aroostook Retired & Senior Volunteer Program
Assists local nonprofits and service agencies with volunteers, who in turn make a difference where they are volunteering.
Phone: 207-764-3396

Aroostook Council for Healthy Families-Maine Families Aroostook
Promotes child and family well-being, supporting expectant families and families of newborns.
Phone: 207-532-7405

Aroostook Council for Healthy Families- Raising Stronger Families
Provides parent support and education through classes, trainings and written materials to strengthen parenting skills.
Phone: 207-532-7405

Boys and Girls Club of Presque Isle
Seeking to help our community’s youth become responsible, caring, productive citizens through academic support, enrichment, and remediation.
Phone: 207-551-3884

Catholic Charities Maine Home Supplies and Food Bank
Provides 24 food pantries in Aroostook County with nutritious foods to improve the health of low income pantry clients.
Phone: 207-498-2575

Central Aroostook Association
Teaches necessary skills to improve quality of life and improve independence by providing the necessary supports.
Phone: 207-764-0134

Grace Interfaith Food Table
Provides food to individuals and families with temporary unmet nutritional needs.
Phone: 207-764-8584

Homeless Services of Aroostook
Provides a safe, alcohol and drug-free facility for families with children and individuals to live in while getting connected to community resources to meet their needs.
Phone: 207-764-5114

Hope & Justice Project
Serves self identified victims and survivors of domestic abuse and violence, dating abuse and violence, and stalking in their families and dating relationships by providing comprehensive services.
Phone: 207-764-2977

Putnam House
Provides a senior center which builds community in the region for the aging population, promoting education, socialization, fitness, food, and fun.
Phone: 207-694-3414


St. John Valley Association
Empowers adults with developmental disabilities in the St. John Valley to achieve their maximum potential.
Phone: 207-728-7917

The Salvation Army
Provides assistance with basic needs to those in the community.  In addition to monetary assistance, financial counseling and money management skills training are offered to increase self sufficiency.
Phone: 207-532-2322