COVID19 Resources

Our Gorham Head Start staff preparing educational kits to be dropped off to students at their homes.

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We are living in stressful times both in Maine and across the country. As we navigate this difficult time together, The Opportunity Alliance (TOA) joins hundreds of other community-based organizations and businesses in facing challenging decisions and finding creative ways to serve the individuals and families that need us the most. As we work to ensure the health and safety of our clients and staff without service disruption, we wanted to share our agency plan with you.


Consistent with CDC recommendations, in order to flatten the curve of the Coronavirus, effective Wednesday, March 18 most staff have moved to a working from home model.


Our Client Service Center, located at 190 Lancaster Street, is currently closed to foot traffic. Our staff continues to provide services to clients and can be contacted by calling our main line: 874-1175.


TOA provides critical services to our community’s most vulnerable individuals and families.
We are continuing to manage the organization program-by-program as many TOA programs adhere to unique requirements and serve different populations. To support our ongoing efforts to serve communities across Cumberland County and the state of Maine, CLICK HERE.


Statewide Support

 

 

Programs of The Opportunity Alliance


TOA board, leadership, staff and volunteers are working to ensure that we continue to be a beacon of hope and a place of support for people who need us most across our community.

CLICK HERE for the most up-to-date information on how TOA programs are operating currently. Please check this page regularly.

 

Health and Safety

 

Community Partners

 

Stay Up-to-Date

List of Community Closures from WCSH 6

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