Educational service

Sites:

American Red Cross

The American Red Cross of Southern Maine provides comprehensive health and safety education courses, community disaster education and preparedness training, and disaster relief associated with natural or manmade events.
207-874-1192 Toll Free- 877-372-7363
Blood Drive Volunteer- 775-2367
email: volunteer@southernmaine.redcross.org

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

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

Immigration Legal Advocacy Project

Immigration Clinic: Provide people of different cultures with assistance by helping clients to complete immigration forms. Other services include fundraising and office support.
207-780-1593
Email: info@ilapmaine.org

The League of Young Voters

The League of Young Voters empowers young people nationwide to participate in the democratic process; focusing on non-college youth and youth from low-income communities and communities of color.
207-772-3207

Loon Echo Land Trust

Loon Echo serves the towns of Raymond, Casco, Naples, Harrison, Sebago, Bridgton and Denmark; we have protected more than 3,307 acres of land, including 14 conservation easements and 6 preserves.
207-647-4352
Email: info@lelt.org

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 Northrop, Program Director at 207-854-2800
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.
207-773-4753
Email: infodesk@porthouse.org

PROP

PROP is a private, not-for-profit corporation, established by the federal Office of Economic Opportunity in 1965, and designated by the Maine Community Services Act as a Community Action Agency serving 23 communities in Cumberland County, Maine.

During PROP's first few years, we realized that the major problems of poverty couldn't be solved until the majority of people acknowledged that the problems existed and could not be ignored. We began organizing the poor and the oppressed, working with them to clarify and voice their concerns.
207-553-5800

STRIVE

We work with people of 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 Kristina Smalley: 207-774-6278
Email: ksmalley@pslservices.org

Windham Adult Education and Headstart

Adult education is offering a family literacy program, focusing on Head Start families and families with a first grader in SPIRE and adult education families.
1-800-322-5455
Email: info@maineadulted.org

Windham Parks and Recreation

Special events during the year and trail work.
207-892-1905

Windham School Age Child Care

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