The Charlotte White Center (CWC) is in the process of restructuring our work force to preserve our ability to provide high quality services to our clients and families, to align ourselves with the best opportunities in gaining referrals, and to strengthen our direct care staffing, all in an effort to eliminate our deficit spending. 

The restructuring will allow for the closing of our Bangor office on July 1st without impacting any of the services we provide to our current and future clients and families.
After 38+ years in operation, CWC will continue to provide high quality community health and social services for adults, children and families affected by cognitive or developmental disabilities, behavioral health challenges, domestic violence, or acquired brain injuries. 
For more information, please call us at (207) 564-2464.

Community Corrections Advisory Committee

A collaboration among the Charlotte White Center, WomanCare/Spruce Run, Piscataquis County Jail, District Attorney's Victim Witness Advocate, Community Health and Counseling Services, Mayo Regional Hospital and others.

Founded in 1994 to oversee our Batterer's Intervention Program, this committee has written grants, adressed community concerns, and implement our Piscataquis County Regional Crisis Intervention Training program.


Clinical Counseling at the Piscataquis County Jail

Individual and group counseling for offenders who are serving sentences at the Piscataquis Jail.

Batterer’s Intervention Program

We work closely with the local Family and Domestic Violence programs, the Court system, and the Department of Probation and Parole.

This alternative to detention is a Court Certified, 48 week program for offenders convicted of domestic violence.  Education, accountability and interventions are intended to stop the cycle of violence.

Piscataquis Regional Crisis Intervention Training (CIT)

This is a project that trains law enforcement, emergency responders, clergy, game wardens, park rangers and others.

This unique, rural program was adapted from the internationally recognized Memphis Model of de-escalation intervention techniques for psychiatric crises.

We send presenters to the Annual International CIT Conference, to assist other rural communities in developing effective CIT programs.



For more information, please contact the Dover-Foxcroft office at (207) 564-2464 ext. 102