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Lifespan Opportunities in Washington and Hancock Counties

Resource Advocate Program (RAP)

Introduction

DCP's Resource Advocates are dedicated to joining with families and individuals in an effort to provide support, and assist in finding resources as they work toward family, personal, and occupational goals. Services are tailored to the family, or individual, and their personal goals and needs.

Once a referral is received, the Advocate sets up a meeting with the potential participant. These visits can be at our offices, at the participant's home, or at another appropriate meeting spot convenient for the individual. The first meeting is designed to get to know each other and for the advocate to learn more about the changes the family/individual wishes to make. Following that initial meeting, the advocate will work with the participant to set goals and establish steps to achieve those goals; identify appropriate resources; and support the family/individual as they move along the path to achieving their goals and dreams. That support is customized to individual needs but always includes regular meetings to measure progress, adjust plans, and identify resources.

Possible goals can include changes in employment, housing, healthcare, finances, parenting, education, transportation, community involvement, daily living skills, or social growth.

Eligibility:

  • Live in Washington or Hancock county
  • Want to make changes in your life
  • ready to work on setting goals and achieving them
  • Low-income (do not need to have MaineCare)

Referrals

For a referral form, see the link below.

For more information, please contact Resource Advocate Program (RAP) at 207-664-2424.

Documents & Forms

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DCP Offices

Toll-Free: 877-374-8396

Bucksport Road Office

248 Bucksport Road, Ellsworth, ME 04605
207-664-2424 | Email

Avery Lane Office

18 Avery Lane, PO Box 648 , Ellsworth, ME 04605
207-664-2424 | Email

Machias Office

7 VIP Drive, Machias, ME 04654
207-259-5015 | Email

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It is the policy of Downeast Community Partners that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, ancestry, religious belief, political affiliation or belief, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, veteran status, migrant worker, ex-offender, or former patient of a state institution be discriminated against in access to the services or provision of services of Downeast Community Partners.

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