Community Support Program
Community Supports offers instruction and services that promote the practical and functional application, adaptation and integration of skills necessary for independent living and community inclusion. We work with adults to support community inclusion, personal development, and supports in areas of daily living.
The Progress Center provides such services with an enhanced focus on community volunteering, health and wellness, skill development and personal growth activities, as well as work readiness skills. Community Supports offers individuals four curriculum tracks to promote skill development in the following areas: Arts, Culinary, Outdoor Recreation and Community Involvement.
On any given day, the individuals we serve, along with our hardworking Direct Support Professionals, can be found practicing new cooking skills, working in our community garden plot, hiking a nearby trail, delivering Meals on Wheels or having a photography lesson. The Progress Center’s activities are as varied as the interests of the individuals we serve.
Meet Our Team
Jessica Davie, Community Support Manager
Jessica Davie joined The Progress Center in the spring of 2008 as a Direct Support Professional while developing activities for the Physical Development program which focused on activities that helped build gross motor skills. Jess also managed the Oxford Hills Food Collaborative which sold local made in Maine products and produce for a number of years. Then she became a team leader for Community Supports before accepting a position as a manager of the Community Support Program. Jess enjoys her work with The Progress Center and believes the importance of community inclusion and plans to increase the number of community based events and activities offered at The Progress Center.
Contact Information: 207-743-0985, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tia Danforth, Community Support Program Coordinator
Danielle Richards, Community Support Program Coordinator
Scott Davis, Community Support Program Coordinator