At Pittsfield Community Supports we build connections with the community and our environment. Our fun and inclusive program helps adults with intellectual disabilities improve life skills and enrich their lives.
All of our activities are aimed at personal development and community inclusion. We enjoy the outdoors in our peaceful picnic area and grow flowers and vegetables for donation to local food cupboards.
Participants in our program volunteer with Meals on Wheels to bring meals and fellowship to those in need in our community.
When we’re not visiting farms, stores, museums, and sporting events we’re hosting live music and holiday parties for fun and relationship building. And we offer a $100 credit* to help full-time attendees pay for off-site activities (*prorated for part-time attendance).
Every day is a new adventure with activities that teach social skills, health and safety, banking and budgeting, and nutrition skills.
Our Special Olympics team, The Tornados, takes part in the summer and winter games as well as the basketball competition. We train all year round and love doing it.
For more information on how Pittsfield Community Supports helps people with intellectual disabilities learn and grow, contact Pam Erskine, Director of Program Services at 207-938-0210.
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