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“It’s a place where Anthony can go and be himself,” she said. “He is welcomed no matter what and he feels like he fits in. He loves fishing and the one-on-one trips with the guys. He’s developed a lot of friendships. This year he was crying when we left. He said ‘I just want to live here.’”
Now serving clients out of our Auburn location, Pine Tree Society Children's Case Management is accepting new clients in Androscoggin, Oxford, Sagadahoc and Kennebec Counties. Learn how our commitment to excellence sets us apart and how we can make a difference in your child's life.Learn More
The Deaf Community is a culturally and linguistically rich community, whose primary language is American Sign Language (ASL). When communication is necessary between people who use ASL and English, a professional interpreter bridges the language gap.Learn More
"Pine Tree Society is such a positive environment for Alannah that she looks forward to going when she has classes. They are very positive and welcoming for her.”Learn More
"There’s a feeling of belonging and teamwork and they enjoy the work and bring that happiness home with them."Learn More
Watch this three-minute video to get a glimpse into the impact Pine Tree Society is making in Maine.
Speech/Language and Assistive Technology Services. It's a mouthful! In this video, Linda Bonnar shares stories illustrating the difference this program is making.