The Charlotte White Center (CWC) is in the process of restructuring our work force to preserve our ability to provide high quality services to our clients and families, to align ourselves with the best opportunities in gaining referrals, and to strengthen our direct care staffing, all in an effort to eliminate our deficit spending. 

The restructuring will allow for the closing of our Bangor office on July 1st without impacting any of the services we provide to our current and future clients and families.
After 38+ years in operation, CWC will continue to provide high quality community health and social services for adults, children and families affected by cognitive or developmental disabilities, behavioral health challenges, domestic violence, or acquired brain injuries. 
For more information, please call us at (207) 564-2464.

Childrens' In-Home and Community Support Services are provided one-on-one to a child in his/her home or community setting to improve behavior and foster skills to increase each child’s level of functioning and decrease maladaptive behaviors.  Our success relies on active involvement of the family, parent/guardians and natural supports in this process.



  • Children from birth to age twenty

  • Eligible for, or covered by MaineCare

  • Diagnosis of mental health, cognitive impairment, or significant functional limitations

  • Behavior that cannot be managed by parent/guardian

  • Physical, sensory, motor, or psychological impairments

  • Trained staff must be available to meet at convenient times for the family


Services Provided

  • Collaborate with the child’s family, school, therapists, case managers, other providers and key individuals

  • Develop a comprehensive psychosocial assessment to improve:

    • Daily living skills

    • Behavior management

    • Coping skills

    • Time management

    • Social interaction skills                                                                                 

    • Community integration skills

    • Self-esteem and self-confidence

    • Following directions, staying on task

    • Physical development activities, self-maintenance, self-awareness and self-motivation

Areas of Service

Piscataquis, Penobscot, Kennebec, Somerset, Hancock & Waldo Counties 



  • Dover-Foxcroft Office: (207) 564-0004

  • Waterville Office (207) 343-2374

Funded in part by the Department of Health and Human Services.