A private, non-profit organization, Morrison Center has empowered Maine residents of all ages and abilities for more than 67 years with world-class educational, training, and support services. We offer:
Morrison Center has been serving the greater Portland area for more than 67 years. In fact, what is known as Morrison Center today began in 1951 when a group of interested individuals from the Westbrook Kiwanis formed an affiliation with Down East Cerebral Palsy Association.
Throughout the 1950’s, the program expanded from a Saturday afternoon playgroup to offering services several days a week. 67 years later, we’ve grown to an organization that offers a wide variety of programs and services five days a week. We also changed our name to honor Betty Morrison who essentially founded the Center and served as the Executive Director from 1962-1999!
Morrison Center now serves adults and children of all ages and abilities through several different programs offered at locations throughout Maine.
Our Board of Directors
Fred Pape III
Daniel J. Honan
In The Media
Jan 14, 2020
There are many ways to support Morrison Center! Morrison Center is grateful for the generous support of many individuals, businesses and partners in the community who help support the many programs and activities of the Center.