Who We Are
Minds For Health LLC is a for-profit organization based in Lewiston, Maine that provides mental, behavioral
and disability services. We primarily work with children (ages 0-21) with diagnosis of intellectual and
developmental disabilities, adults with autism and developmental disabilities and people who are struggling with
mental health challenges. We provide in-home and community support services for the programs listed below.
What We Do
Section 13 (Developmental Disability) – Targeted Case Management is a child centered, family driven and community based service. Case Managers conduct intake, coordinate comprehensive assessments of the child’s strengths and needs, produce an individualized support plan (ISP) to address those needs, coordinate, advocate for and develop services identified in the plan, monitor the child’s progress, and evaluate the appropriateness and effectiveness of services.
SERVICES FOR ADULTS
WITH DEVELOPMENTAL /
INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES (Coming Soon!!)
Section 21/29 – For members with Intellectual Disabilities (ID) or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) gives members eligible for this Benefit the option to live in their own home or in another home in the community thus avoiding or delaying institutional services. The benefit is offered in a community-based setting as an alternative for members who qualify to live in an intermediate care facility for Individuals with intellectual disabilities (ICF/IID).
Section 28 (Children and Adults) – Rehabilitative and Community Services (RCS) is for children or youth up to the age of 21 who have a developmental disability that affects their everyday functioning. (Ex. Autism Spectrum Disorders & Intellectual Disability). Services include skill building in activities of daily living and behavior management.
The program is designed to help people who have disabilities find and sustain employment by providing coaching, job development and placement. Additionally, we provide job readiness training and long-term support.
Minds For Health provides tutoring and mentoring to children and adults with developmental disabilities. In our tutoring and mentoring program, we strive to provide the knowledge and skills that are needed in every day life and to provide a sense of empowerment that will ultimately help individuals affected by developmental disabilities in their daily lives.
The great care you expect and
the respect that you deserve.
You Can Help
The generosity of our donors is what helps us to provide our much needed programs and services to children and young
adults who need our help. please consider making a charitable donation. Any amount will be greatly appreciated.