CROSSROADS Vaccine Support & COVID-19 Outreach
Education is Key to keeping everyone safe and healthy. We are here to help you.
NOTE: OUR COVID GRANTS END ON 12-31-22. MAKE SURE TO BE PREPARED AS WE TRANSFER OUT OF FREE TESTING AND AVAILABILITY. KNOW THE FACTS!
OUR MISSION FOR THE CROSSROADS CARES COVID VACCINE SUPPORT PROJECT
Crossroads' mission is to serve Maine youth and their families by providing COVID-19 researched-based education, testing, pop-up testing sites, safety and vaccine education, and resource acquisition.
Focus: Maine youth and families
Volunteer Training and services
NEED A TEST?
it’s as easy as 1-2-3
1. Call or text us for an appointment. Saco 207-838-2146, or Shapleigh 207-735-5295
2. Fill out the form at: https://form.jotform.com/CYCSaco/Covid-Testing-Form and
3. Come for your test, and get the results in 15 minutes. Repeat if necessary!
Listen to our Special Covid Podcast on Raising Cain Available wherever you listen
to your podcast.
FEEL FREE TO USE ANY OF OUR COVID POSTERS or contact us for more information. The PDF above includes all posters and brochures on this page.
Need HELP, we are here to answer your question on where to get your vaccine and testing in the State of Maine. Email us at CYCSaco@gmail.com
Keeping our children safe is the primary goal of Crossroads. Educating families, children and youth is a way to safeguard the welfare of children and youth from maltreatment; preventing impairment of children’s health or development; ensuring that children grow up to be resilient; to provide a safe environment, and taking action to enable all children to have the best outcomes.
Our Covid-19 Educational project includes education, podcast, blogs, and personal appearances from our employees and volunteers. Contact us if you would like us to visit your school or program.
Check out the resources below:
Crossroads Covid Vaccine Promotion and Outreach Project is made possible by a grant from the Maine Department of Health and Human Services. DHHS
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GET VACCINATED TODAY!
This information is made possible by a grant from the Maine Department of Health and Human Services