During this unprecedented time, Midcoast Maine Community Action continues to build better lives for stronger communities. Below is a brief overview of our operations across several of our key programs.
MMCA’s Head Start classrooms re-opened on September 1, 2020. To contact our Head Start program email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 207-442-7963.
MMCA is providing services to families that qualify for heating assistance, emergency utility support, rent relief and security deposit assistance. In some locations, we are able to assist clients with obtaining essential items needed for daily living.
Emergency Services staff also help to coordinate housing assistance for homeless, at-risk individuals, and families by providing referrals and access to emergency funds that are available to residents of northern Cumberland, Sagadahoc and Lincoln counties. We also provide counseling services, referrals, advocacy, budgeting assistance, and daily living emergency services.
If you are needing assistance through Emergency Services you can reach Missy Kettell at 207-522-2745 or email@example.com.
MMCA is available to assist families with case management services in northern Cumberland, Sagadahoc and Lincoln counties. Crissia Lindsey, MMCA’s Family Development Case Manager, is available to assist you with connections to vital resources during this time. She is also available to provide case management services to those that need support navigating through this difficult time. Crissia can be reached at 207-373-8298 or Crissia.firstname.lastname@example.org.
MMCA’s WIC services are available in Knox, Waldo, Lincoln and Sagadahoc Counties. Staff are currently located on-site at MMCA’s three main locations in Bath, Rockland and the Belfast offices. Due to Covid-19, staff are not holding face to face appointments, but can be reached by phone. If you need assistance, including gaining access to infant formula, please call Sarah Lash at 207-319-0475 or email@example.com.
MMCA’s Families CAN! program will continue to offer enrichment opportunities to parents, caregivers and educators about topics affecting families with children from birth through the teen years. Staff are exploring ways to provide this vital support to parents using video technology and social media. Check the Families CAN! Facebook page for up to date information.