Programs

The Edward J. Bouchea Center for Learning

Supports men and women with challenging cognitive and/or physical disabilities gain knowledge, experience, and independence.

 

Community Life

Two highly flexible programs working at home and in the community to identify a path to living as independently and fully as possible:

  1. Amicus Home Supports
  2. Community Skills Project
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Penobscot Valley Industries (PVI)

Provides program participants with a wide range of innovative community based and on-site options to find and develop talents, to know the community, to develop friendships, and to increase independence.

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Ralph Leek Elders

 

Supports people with disabilities who have reached retirement age or are not able to participate in a full and active day. The focus is on building and keeping community connections.

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Phoenix Employment and Rehabilitation Services

Two different programs help men and women with disabilities prepare for and find meaningful careers:

  1. Phoenix Supported Employment - suite 100
  2. Phoenix Pathways to Employment - suite 101
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