SOUTH END TEEN CENTER
5 Libby Court, Waterville, Maine 04901 (off Water steet, next to KVCAP)
Program Coordinator: Ryan Kneeland firstname.lastname@example.org
Ages 13 - 18 M-F 2PM - 5PM
A place for Teens to go after school, we offer structured activities like crafts, cooking & board games or teens can hang out with frinds, play pool, air hockey or video games. There is a place to do homework, three computers with internet access, and friendly staff always available to assist.
NORTH END BOYS & GIRLS CLUB
19 Hillside Ave, Waterville, Maine 04901
Unit Director: Aimee Nichols email@example.com
We actively work with the Waterville Housing Authority and all their customers, both Section 8 and tenants in the properties, as well as the area schools and their after school programs to make sure they are aware of the programs available to them through the Alfond Youth Center and the North End and how they can participate.
We are continually in search of new opportunities and partnerships to widen our effect on the lives of children in the community. We know that the more opportunities we create, the more children we will reach. While we have no after school program this year, we are ready to enroll children and assist with transportation to the Alfond Youth Center's After School Program.
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB AUGUSTA
22 Armory St., Augusta, ME 04330
Unit Director: Charles Huerth firstname.lastname@example.org
The Boys & Girls Club of Augusta (BGCAM) is the Augusta area's only free, community-based program for teens. We provide programming focused on suspension reduction, arts, sports and character development. Our facility is housed at the Buker Community Center in Augusta, and services are provided after school, during school vacations and on most holidays. Our participants hail primarily from the Augusta School District. Many are of low socioeconomic status, and often lack strong, supportive family ties and have few positive social advocates.
Each year, the BGCAM serves approximately 250 teenagers in grades 7-12. Approximately 98% of these students qualify for free or reduced lunch-greatly exceeding the state average. With support from the BGCAM, these students are able to take part in positive, community-based programs and services, reconnect to their school communities, and most are able to graduate and attend college.