Downeast Community Partners, Maine Seacoast Mission, Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School, and the CF Adams Foundation have a long successful track record of working together to make family homes in rural Downeast Maine safe and warm. This new venture — the Downeast Maine Tiny House Project — has the four groups building a brand new tiny house in Cherryfield, Maine, for a formerly homeless U.S. military veteran with a disability. The veteran, who has asked to remain anonymous, is also helping to finance the project.
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School is a dynamic, supportive school system preparing students to meet future challenges by providing rigorous, relevant education in a safe, secure environment resulting in academic, career, and technical proficiency. Learn more.
The C.F. Adams Charitable Trust is committed to enhancing the quality of life in the Downeast region of Maine and improving children’s behavioral health in Massachusetts. In both areas, the Trust supports organizations whose talented people change lives and strengthen communities through creative strategies and comprehensive solutions. Learn more.
In October 2017, Washington Hancock Community Agency (WHCA) and Child and Family Opportunities (CFO) merged to form Downeast Community Partners (DCP), focusing on helping low-income and at-risk residents thrive. DCP’s mission is to improve the quality of life and reduce the impact of poverty in Downeast communities. Learn more.
For over a century, the Maine Seacoast Mission has been asking Mainers what they need and meeting those needs every day.
The Mission’s Housing Rehabilitation Program, based at our Downeast Campus, repairs or rebuilds 20 houses a year for local families. Repairs and renovations range from painting to insulated mobile home skirting to new roofs. The families contribute sweat equity to the rebuilding projects and often have children in the Mission’s EdGE program. Learn more.