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  • MC Community Services
  • PO Box 186
  • 58 Enfield Rd
  • Lincoln, ME 04468
  • Monday – Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm 
  • E-Mail: [email protected]
  • Phone: 207-794-3133
  • Fax: 207-794-3155

Our participants needs come before our own

Our Section 28 day support programs provide quality in-home and community skills supports training for young people with Autism, Intellectual Disabilities, ADHD, and developmental delays.

Our clients range in age from 2-20.

We are contracted through Maine DHHS Children’s Behavioral Health. 

Who we serve

We proudly serve individuals in Penobscot, Piscataquis, and Washington Counties.

What We Do

Our trained Behavioral Health Professionals provide 1:1 supports for skills training while working collaboratively as part the of a provider treatment team.

The vision for providing services in the MC Community Services is a personal and community-based organization that is committed to and values its’ people, which seeks to improve their independence and general daily living according to each individual needs, their wellbeing and quality of life, and enables access to opportunities in all aspects of life that are available to the wider community.

Meet our staff

We typically have 42 Behavioral Health Professionals and 4-5 Administrative Staff. We are always looking for good people and accepting applications for BHP’s to work with our clients and families.  Here are some actual testimonials from some of our Administrative Staff and BHP’s

Kristin Moody

Administrative Assistant/Supervisor Assistant
" I’ve been working at MC Community Services since October 2012. Over the years, I’ve enjoyed seeing all of the client’s smiling faces, especially when they come to the office and take a piece of candy out of my jar. I’m the one answering the phones and have had the pleasure of talking to so many awesome parents and BHPs throughout my time here. I couldn’t ask for a better administrative team. They truly have become my second family. "

Valerie Phelps

Section 28 Supervisor
" I’ve had the pleasure of working at MCCS since 2012. I served as a BHP for three different families while finishing my degree. Upon earning my bachelor's degree, I became a supervisor in October of 2013. I’ve served so many wonderful clients and families over the years. I’ve also had the pleasure of supervising so many awesome BHPs, some of whom are still here and have been since I started. It really is a big family here at MCCS and I’m so thankful to be a part of it! "

Tracy Fleming

Section 28 Supervisor
" In the 9 years I have worked as a Supervisor at MCCS, I have thoroughly enjoyed working closely with children and their families! Our BHP’s do a wonderful job with demonstrating their skills and traits when teaching skills to their clients. They do a great job remaining flexible when they can. I work with the Best Team! I feel grateful to have support and respect from my boss, office staff, and co-workers. ”

Jesika L

Behavioral Health Professoinal
"I started with MC Community as a brand new BHP in 2019. Immediately I felt welcomed and supported by the staff in the office and by my new colleagues. I’m proud to work as a Behavioral Health Professional to assist and support our local families. "

Paula P

Behavioral Health Professional
"I have been with MC Community services for almost 12 years. I could not ask for a better work environment. Everyone from the owner, supervisors, and office crew is very helpful with any questions I have and assistance I may need. They are very flexible with hours to work around my schedule and work hard to match us with families that are a good fit for everybody. "

Tanisha A

Behavioral Health Professional
"As a new employee to MCCS, I was surprised by how friendly and welcoming the staff was. The amount of support and resources they provide is awesome, compared to other companies I have previously worked for. MCCS office staff genuinely care about their clients and the staff who provide care for them. "

BHPs - We want you

We are always looking to hire Behavioral Health Professionals (BHP’s) to work with our amazing clients.

You must be over 18, have a minimum of a high school diploma or GED, have use of your own vehicle, pass background checks, and have at least 1 year of experience working with people with disabilities.
Most positions are part-time, non-school hours.

Email us or call during our weekday business hours for more information or to request an application.
We look forward to hearing from you!

Parents, Guardians, Case Managers, and potential employees, check out and “Like” our MC Community Services Facebook page! 

You can find out more information about us and any recent job postings. 

Our Misison

Our mission is to provide people with developmental disabilities the assistance and support necessary to enable them to improve their daily living according to their needs and goals and to live valued lives in their homes and community.