Family Resources

Maine Discovery Museum Free Admission Pass

NAMI Maine Family Respite Program Application for requesting respite care for child with have a documented emotional or behavioral diagnosis or two or more developmental delays.

Family and friends can become respite provider  

Black Bear Tutors University of Maine student tutors, no cost. Tutors have been fingerprinted and backgrounds checked:  

McKinney Vento Act Homeless student services

Maine Homeless Student Liaison Database, search to find district contact person.

Four Sacred Medicines (flyer attached)

An Easy How-To Guide To Organize a Neighborhood Block Party (Block Party Kit How To)

Parenting Easy Guide- Coping Skills (Resilience):

Maine Parent Federation  (207) 588-1933 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Online community for parents of children with disabilities.

Autism Society of Maine:

La Leche League of ME/NH: Breast feeding Information, Support, and Community

Maine Crises Hotlines: (Poison Control, Statewide Crisis, Suicide prevention, Child Abuse, Elder Abuse, Sexual Assault Support, Domestic Violence, Alcoholics Anonymous, Alanon, Narcotics Anonymous, The Women’s Project, Tobacco Helpline, Drug Tips, 2-1-1 Maine)

Families and Children Together (FACT): 941-2347

Circle of Moms-Maine Moms:

Zero to Three:

Kids First Center: Supporting Families of Separation and Divorce

Penquis: Care Services, Head Start

Pine Tree Legal Assistance: ( Provides free legal services to low-income Maine people. Their website provides a lot of useful information about Maine law including copies of court forms.

Up To Parents:  Home of Parents Commitments to Children of Divorce - an interactive website that encourages parents to put their conflict aside for the sake of their children.

National Family Resiliency Center, Inc.:  A national information site for families going through separation and divorce.

Parent & Family:  A free bi-monthly publication and online newsletter dedicated to helping Maine families by covering family-friendly events, ongoing support and play groups and a broad range of editorial topics that center around families and children.

Strong Fathers Maine: Based in Southern Maine.

Children’s Health Resource and Visual Guide: Providing individuals, nurses and parents with comprehensive health and wellness resources including things like pink eye and strep throat. The material is easy-to-read and makes it easy to treat.

Maine Healthy Families: Offering supportive home visits for expectant and new parents.  Free and available statewide.

Maine Kids Kin: Confidential support groups for grandfamilies. Meetings in Bangor.

Born Learning:

Raising Readers: