Black Bear Boutique And Maranacook Food Pantry Maranacook Community School is pleased to provide support to our community through the Black Bear Boutique and Maranacook Food Pantry. With colder months coming and the high cost of clothing, the Black Bear Boutique helps students by providing quality used clothing for free. Students will find jackets, sweaters, pants, footwear, and gym clothes. Clothes for all seasons are also available. The Boutique is open to everyone during school hours. The Maranacook Food Pantry, "Sandy's Place", is also open during school hours, and may be accessed after school by contacting Ellen Turgeon, school nurse. Our shelves are stocked with non perishable food items as well as basic hygiene products. Backpacks are available for students to take home food for their families at any time. Both of these services are supported by Maranacook staff and community volunteers. If you would like to make a donation, please stop by the Health Center or call Ellen Turgeon at 685-4923 ext. 1033
AYS provides athletic opportunities for youth in the towns of: Fayette, Jay, Livermore, &
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FREE transportation for residents of Belgrade, Fayette, Mount Vernon, Rome, Vienna Do you or someone you know need a ride to shop, run errands, go to the doctor or to another place? If you live in any of the five towns listed above, our volunteer drivers will take you if the location is within 30 miles or so. Yes? Please contact NDN.
Overdose Prevention Program for Kennebec County Every six months the Overdose Prevention Program for Kennebec County updates the region's substance abuse services materials. Below is the link for the latest versions. The more in-depth booklet is in its final paper print - please visit ( www.healthynorthernkennebec.org ) to review substance abuse and mental health resources. There is a new pamphlet that includes a brief quiz to see if you or someone you care about is at-risk for an accidental overdose. Many people who overdose (suffer poisoning), do so by mistake. There are also a variety of evidence-based health and wellness programs available for various topics that may be useful to you. For more information you can contact Jayne at 207-621-3740 / resource center 207-872-4102