Using a community support and integration approach, Morrison Center provides high-quality, flexible adult day programming full of positive life experiences and growth opportunities. The Center’s life skills curriculum stresses the goals of self-advocacy, independent living, and community integration in support of each consumer’s individualized Person-Centered Plan.
In our commitment to fostering independence and growth, as well as strengthening personal choice, Morrison Center offers several different activities throughout the week that encourage participants to make activity choices for themselves while learning new skills.
Our Adult Community Support Services are conveniently offered in four different locations:
- Scarborough (home of the Seedling Greenhouse program)
Please see below to learn more about each of our Adult Community Support Programs by location:
Seedling Program (Scarborough)
The happiest horticulture program in Maine! The Seedling Program is a unique program that provides horticultural, life skills enrichment, and related consignment experience in two greenhouses that are open to the public year-round.
Learn more about the Seedling Program.
The Portland program, located at 481 Riverside Industrial Parkway, opened in June 2015 and is an innovative community support program that provides services to adults with a wide array of disabilities. The program focuses on community integration, and life skills enrichment.
Learn more about the Portland Community Support Program.
The Wells program, currently located at 526 Post Road opened in November 2013 and is an innovative community support program that provides services to adults with a wide array of disabilities. The program focuses on community integration, and life skills enrichment. In the summer of 2017, the adult program looks forward to moving into newly renovated space at 2550 Post Rd in Wells.
Learn more about the Wells Community Support Program.
Our newest Adult Community Support Program, this location opened in 2018 and is an innovated community support program that provides services to adults with a wide array of disabilities. The program focuses on community integration, and life skills enrichment.
Learn more about our Gray Program.
Letter from a Volunteer
After years of hearing praise of Morrison and attending a few of their events, where I witnessed great energy and a sense of community, I pursued volunteering there myself with my therapy dog. For the past year and a half, I have had the privilege of volunteering at the center at least once a month. I get to see first-hand, with the preschoolers, school-age children, and adults, the amazing work that is being done.
The nurses, teachers, specialists, volunteers who make the center function are improving the quality of life not only for their clients, but thereby, for everyone who interacts with each of their clients.
Each time my dog and I visit, I am walking into an environment where people of all ages have been dealt a somewhat unfortunate hand. Yet when I leave the center, I feel lightened by the positive things that are happening there.
Our community is a better place because of The Morrison Center. Thank you.
July 26, 2018
For more information or to arrange for a tour, please contact Pam Parks at firstname.lastname@example.org or 883-6680 x1120.