Mission: To develop and administer programs to enhance the safety and quality of life for children and youth and families through a comprehensive continuum of care in the fields of social services, education, corrections, mental health and housing.
Programs: Turner family support center - the turner family support center, located in leeds, maine, was developed by rumford group homes, inc. In conjunction with western crisis services, a consortium of four agencies that provide a wide array of mental health services to children in crisis. The program operates as a crisis stabilization program to increase support services and minimize the need to for expensive and unnecessary psychiatric hospitalization and includes a short-term crisis stabilization home and a community family support services program.
emergency shelters - the goal of the emergency shelter program is to provide temporary shelter until individuals can change their homeless situation. The shelter is designed to help homeless individuals and families help themselves by securing safe and affordable housing, obtaining a steady income, and helping to resolve the issues that led to homelessness. Shelter locations include the rumford family center in rumford, maine; the norway family center in norway, maine; and the south paris men's shelter in south paris, maine.
homeless division is made up of the following program children's case management program - our children's case management services help improve the quality of lives of children and their families with medical, social, educational and psychological barriers. Our services consist of family-focused treatment planning, coordination, monitoring of services, crisis planning, prevention, emotional support, advocacy, resource linkage and community education. Community integration services - community integration services is a mental health program serving the needs of adults with mental illness. The program promotes successful living in the community; minimizes the need for hospitalization; supports transitions to independence; supports current living status to reduce cycles of instability and enhances the individuals' quality of life. Housing program - the rgh housing program consists of permanent housing for maine's homeless as well as housing for low, moderate, and workforce clients in the local community. Home to stay - mainehousing, in partnership with housing assistance agencies, offers the home to stay program for individuals and families who are homeless and seeking permanent housing. Home to stay uses resources such as the stability through engagement program (step) and the housing choice voucher program (hcvp) to help individuals and families achieve permanent and stable housing. Working with a trained navigator, program participants learn and gain valuable skills to meet their health, housing, employment and other basic needs. A navigator helps individuals and families create a housing stability plan designed to connect the program participants with appropriate services and support, and assist them to find and maintain permanent housing. Participants need to meet with their navigator regularly and develop goals to achieve and retain stable housing.
maternity group home - to provide supported housing that helps young homeless pregnant and parenting females ages 16-21 with an array of support and services. Expenses 190,642 including grants of 0 revenue 0 rental division - expenses 89,974 including grants of 0 revenue 76,740