Individuals eligible for training as a Behavioral Health Professional (BHP), Educational Technicians, or Targeted Case Manager at all sites & locations. Qualifications ranging from high school diploma to bachelor’s level.

Advocacy Resources

Maine Disability Rights Center:

Maine Equal Justice Partners:

Pine Tree Legal Assistance:

Volunteer Lawyers Project:

Local Resources

Kennebec Valley Community Action Program:

Maine Children’s Trust:

Maine Department of Education, Child Development Services:

Maine Department of Health and Human Services:

Southern Kennebec Child Development Corporation (SKCDC):

United Way of Kennebec Valley:

United Way of Mid-Maine:

Parent/Caregiver Resources

211 Maine:

GEAR Parent Network:

Maine Parent Federation:

NAMI Maine: NAMI Maine Respite Program

Specific Diagnoses

Autism Society of Maine:

Autism Speaks:

United Cerebral Palsy of Maine: