Port Resources, a nonprofit organization based in
South Portland supports people with developmental and behavioral health
challenges to live meaningful lives in their communities. The
organization works with adults and children who have a wide range of
challenges, such as Autism, Down Syndrome, traumatic brain injuries and
mental health diagnoses.
Port Resources has been in business for more than 30
years, and is one of the larger social service agencies in Maine. More
than 200 skilled and certified staff provides an array of direct support
services to improve the quality of life for over 400 individuals.
Staff members provide direct support to people
living in group residences, as well as through adult foster care
programs and in the home. Services can range from a few hours a week in
an individual’s home to 24 hours a day in staffed group settings.
The organization also offers
behavioral health services to children, adolescents, adults and
families, through an outpatient clinic and community outreach programs.
Click here to view a
video of Port Resources Success Stories
providers for adults with DD
Surveys will be online at
mainedsoab.org from July 16 to
September 15 2014.
To complete a survey by phone, call The
Maine Parent Federation Monday-Friday from 8:30 to 4:30 at
Maine Developmental Disabilities
Maine Developmental Services
Oversight and Advisory Board and
Volunteer Correspondent Program of
Maine Parent Federation
Speaking Up for Us
University of Maine Center for
Community Inclusion and Disability Studies
With cooperation from the
Office of Aging and Disability Services, Maine DHHS