CHCS Treatment Foster Care

There are over 1,500 children in state custody and not enough therapeutic foster homes.

Community Health and Counseling Services is seeking loving and caring families to open their homes to make a difference in a child's life.

Become part of our team and help children heal from the trauma of past abuse and neglect.  CHCS provides training, support and compensation designed for our professional treatment foster parents.  

CHCS also is seeking families to provide respite services to our full time families.  Call now to see how you can become a significant part of a child's life.

10 Reasons To Become A CHCS Foster Parent

  • EXPERINCE - CHCS has been providing quality, family centered foster care services for 70 years.
  • SUPPORT - Support from our team is only one phone call away - 24/7, 365 days a year!
  • KNOWLEDGE - Our foster home developers have a combined total of over 100 years experience.
  • FLEXIBILITY - We know that families are busy - we will work with your schedule.
  • PARTERNERSHIP - We value you as a partner on the team.
  • PEER SUPPORT - Experience the benefit of friendship and support from other foster families.
  • PRIDE - Be one of the extraordinary foster families in the large CHCS foster care program.
  • PROGRAMMING - CHCS offers new and innovative programs for youth at risk and in foster care.
  • REWARD - Every day you can help a child heal and thrive.
  • FAMILY - Every youth deserves a safe, nurturing family to help them reach their full potential. 

Call the CHCS Foster Home Developer in your area for more information.

Bangor/ Ellsworth/Machias: Jennifer Johnson, 610-8015
Dover-Foxcroft/Skowhegan: Stephanie Doore, 802-3101
Houlton/Caribou: Peter Crovo, 254-3053 or Chuck Moody, 254-3060
Lincoln: Angie Stubbs, 794-3554
Westbrook: Rachel Newcomb, 854-0122
Augusta: Laura Hagelin, 213-2171

CHCS Mission

Community Health and Counseling Services will provide community health services that are needed and valued by the communities and individuals we serve.