Services to children

Sites:

America Reads

Mentors work one-on-one with students twice a week, providing extra instruction and support in reading and writing.
1-800-USA-LEARN
http://www.ed.gov/inits/americareads/index.html

Camp Sunshine

Families with a child diagnosed with diseases such as cancer, kidney disease, lupus, solid organ transplants, and other life threatening illnesses attend one of the week-long camps.
207-655-3800
Email: mkatz@campsunshine.org
Mike Katz, Campus Director

Catholic Charities Maine

Catholic Charities Maine has dedicated itself to creating, administering and advocating programs and services that reach out and fulfill critical human needs.
1-800-781-8550
Email: volunteerinfo@ccmaine.org

Choices Are for Everyone, Inc. (CAFE)

CAFÉ provides community based services to children who have been diagnosed with Mental Retardation or Autism. Children learn skills surrounding behavior, daily & social living.
1-207-510-6060

Mission Possible Teen Center

A drop-in after school program that is open to all Westbrook teens. All of our services and activities are free for our youth! Snacks and dinner are served daily.
Call Heather Northop, Program Director at 854-2800
Email: mptc@maine.rr.com or hjnorthrop@aol.com

Portland Housing Authority

Tutors/ mentors, Monday through Thursday late afternoon and evenings, working with youths grades 3 to 12 from a low-income racially & ethnically diverse community in Portland.
Email: infodesk@porthouse.org

Preble Street Resource Center

Preble Street offers an accessible day shelter and a breakfast meal program 7 days per week and a food pantry for all people who are homeless or experiencing problems with poverty.
207-842-3614
Email: volunteer@preblestreet.org

Riding to the Top

Riding to the Top's Mission is to provide therapeutic riding services to children and adults with physical, cognitive and/or emotional disabilities.
207-892-2813

Standish Recreation

Standish recreation is a municipal recreation program serving people of all ages.

STRIVE

We work with ages 15-24 who have developmental disabilities. We work to give them the skills, confidence and education to become independent contributors to the community.
Call Krisina Smalley at 207-774-6278
or Email her at: ksmalley@pslservices.org

Sweetser

Sweetser provides a continuum of comprehensive behavioral and mental health services to children, adults and families throughout the state.
Send in an online application through their website

Windham School Age Child Care

We are a before and after school child care for Windham students grades K-5 and we are located in the Primary School.