Rehabilitative community Support Services

Published by: NMPHI

New Mainers Public Health Initiative (NMPHI) is a nonprofit community-based organization that strives to engage, empower, inform, advocate and educate New Mainer residents on public health subject matters.

September 5, 2019

Maine Section 28 Rehabilitative Community Support Services

Rehabilitative and community service (RCS) is designed to meet the needs of children and young adults with cognitive impairments.

The program focuses on behavioral management, social skills development, daily living goals and community integration. By building on family strength and available community resources, the service empowers families to work toward self-sufficiency.

NMPHI’s RCS works to:

  • Mastering daily living skills
  • Decreasing unsafe behaviors
  • Empowering and connecting family to resources

Eligibility Criteria

  • Under 21 years of age
  • Current mental health or intellectual disability diagnosis
  • Active Mainecare

Please email us at info@localhost or fill out the contact form on the contact page to discuss getting rehabilitative community support services.

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