Answers & Counseling

Spectrum Generations Aging and Disability Resource Counselors (ADRC) serve as single points of entry into the long-term supports and services system. An ADRC is that single point of entry – no wrong door – for access to public and private long term supports services focused on improving access to long term care supports so that older and disabled adults can receive the right services, at the right time, and in the right place.
Finding out how to obtain these services can be difficult.  Aging and Disability Resource Counselors can help individuals and their families navigate their way through the frustrations of finding long term support programs by:

•Identifying needs and minimizing confusion
•Providing objective counseling and advice
•Empower people to make informed decisions about long term care supports
•Help people access public and private long term support service programs.
•Develop and activate a plan.

Looking for answers? 

Make an appointment at one of our seven local Community Centers to meet and talk with an Aging and Disability Resource Counselor.  We can also arrange home visits for people who may be homebound or isolated.

Southern Midcoast Community Center
35 Union Street, Brunswick (Sagadahoc County)
Craig Patterson, 207-729-0475
Coastal Community Center
521 Main Street, Box 8, Damariscotta (Lincoln County)
Cynthia Troxel, 207-563-1363
Knox Community Center
61 Park Street, Rockland (Knox County)
Gloria Rhode 207-596-0339
Waldo Community Center
18 Merriam Road, Belfast (Waldo County)
Kathryn Kreamer 207-338-1190
Cohen Community Center
22 Town Farm Road, Hallowell (Kennebec County)
Lynn Boardway 207-626-7777
Muskie Community Center
38 Gold Street, Waterville (Kennebec County)
Mary Nicholas 207-873-4745
Somerset Community Center
30 Leavitt Street, Skowhegan (Somerset County)
Jill Leach 207-474-8552

Community Education

We provide informational seminars to the community on the various programs and services offered by Spectrum Generations. We also offer educational presentations on topics of interest to the aging population and caregivers. Topics can be tailored to address the needs of your group. To schedule a presentation for your group, call our Consumer Helpline at 1-800-639-1553 TTY: 1-800-464-8703.

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