Welcome to the bridgton community center!

Where

BRIDGE PLAYERS

Non-profits

GARDeNERS

ARTISTS

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QUILTERS

Service Clubs

Communities

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Our mission is to create and provide a supporting environment in recreation, leisure, the arts, health and community services to promote public well being and to enhance quality of life for all generations in the community.

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Our Ongoing programs

BCC Programs are meant to entertain, inform and inspire. We strive to create a sense of community and reduce isolation. Do you have a passion or talent that you would like to share? Please talk to us - it might be a great program!

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community navigators

We're here to help!

We are a resource and referral hub in the Bridgton Community Center for Bridgton residents.

Kelly Ela

American Legion Service Officer

Meets weekly on Monday AM with veterans. Call 207-331-7722 or email serviceofficer67@gmail.com.

Amy March

Affordable Care Act Navigator

Certified to counsel Non-Medicare/Maine Care clients who need affordable health coverage. By appointment, call 647-3116.

Veteran's Service officer

Maine Bureau of Veteran's Services, Department of Defense, Veterans and Emergency Management. Monthly by appointment, call 647.3116.

Loretta Ferraro

community resource navigator

A BCC program Improving Access to Services financially supported by Community Development Block Grant funds. Every Tuesday by appointment, call 647-3116.

Therese Johnson

medicare
navigator

Training and certification through Southern Maine Agency on Aging. Provides assistance for new Medicare and existing Medicare recipients and counseling during "open enrollment". By appointment, call 647-3116.

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community assistance programs

When we need help it is often difficult to think clearly about what resources might be within our reach. The Bridgton Community Center recognizes that it cannot provide all of the assistance our community may require; we do provide some basics. BCC staff and volunteers are members of the Bridgton community and strive to be aware of local, state, and federal resources. The most important resources are the local ones that often go unnoticed but are in the best position to act quickly.

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10+

active clubs

4,700/yr +

Meals served

50+

volunteers