A non-profit organization with over 30 years of experience providing support services to individuals facing the life challenges of cognitive, intellectual, developmental disabilities and behavioral health issues.
The Charlotte White Center was founded in March of 1979 by Charlotte H. White and Richard M. Brown. At that time, the center was an endeavor inspired by the efforts and charisma of Charlotte White. She was able to garner enough support and funding to create a small day treatment center in downtown Dover-Foxcroft.
Today, the Charlotte White Center (CWC) is a non-profit organization with over thirty years of experience and commitment to our mission: To provide quality community health and social services for adults, children, and families affected by cognitive and developmental disabilities, behavioral and mental health challenges, domestic violence, and acquired brain injuries.
The Charlotte White Center depends on support from the community in order to continue providing the highest level of care possible to the hundreds of consumers who depend on our services.
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If you or someone you know is in need of care and support - or, if you would like to learn more about the services we offer - contact the Charlotte White Center today.
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