About Us

Welcome to Community Clinical Services
Lewiston Auburn’s Federally Qualified Health Center

Welcome!  Community Clinical Services (CCS for short) offers primary care, pediatric dental (children & teens), behavioral and psychiatric services to people in and around the twin cities of Lewiston/Auburn.  We are the designated federally qualified health center for Lewiston, Auburn, Sabattus, Durham, Wales, Lisbon, Lisbon Falls, Poland, Minot, Mechanic Falls and New Gloucester in Maine, USA.  We welcome patients from other towns who want to have care with us.

We want to be your and your family’s medical home.  Call us today at (207) 777-8899 for an appointment!

B Street Health Center B Street Community Center 57 Birch Street Lewiston, ME 04240 753-5400 Hours: Monday –  Friday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm.

CCS Family Health Care 100 Campus Avenue Suite 201 Lewiston, ME 04240 755-3445 Hours:  Monday –  Friday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm

CCS Pediatrics

330 Sabattus Street Suite B

Lewiston, ME 04240

207-755-3160

Fax: 207-755-3166

Hours M-TH 8:00 AM -7:00 PM Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM &

Saturday 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

7-8 a.m. appts available by appt M, T, Th

 

CCS Dental Services CCS Second Street Health Center 60 Second Street Auburn, ME 04210 755-3456 Hours: Monday-Thurs 7a-6p; Fri -8-5

Saturday (1 per month October-May) 8a-4:30p
CCS Psychiatry 100 Campus Avenue Suite 208 Lewiston, ME 04240 777-8974 Hours: Monday-Friday from 7;30 am until 5:00 pm. Extended hours are available by appointment.

CCS Outpatient Counseling 100 Campus Avenue Lewiston, ME 04240 755-3434 Hours: M-Th 7-7, Friday 8-530 pm
Lewiston-Auburn School Based Health Centers Medical, Mental Health Services for Students All school hours: Hours: Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 2:30 pm. during school days (40 hour/wk avail). Extended hours are available by appointment. Schools:

Edward Little High School-Based Health Center 782-6827 Auburn Middle School-Based Health Center 783-3984 Lewiston High School-Based Health Center 795-4144 Lewiston Middle School-Based Health Center 795-4180
CCS Behavioral at Poland Family Practice – Hours: Mirrors hours of embedded location= 40

CCS Behavioral at L-A Internal Medicine – Hours: Mirrors hours of embedded location 40

CCS Behavioral at St. Mary’s Center for Family Medicine – Hrs: Mirrors hours of embedded location  40

CCS Behavioral at Renaissance School – Hours: Mirrors hours of embedded location 40

CCS Behavioral at Auburn Medical Associates– Hours:  Mirrors hours of embedded location 40

CCS Behavioral at St. Mary’s IMWM – Hours: Mirrors hours of embedded location 40

How are we doing?  Click here to see our federal regulator, the Health Resource Services Administration’s (HRSA) website showing how CCS performs:  https://bphc.hrsa.gov/uds/lookalikes.aspx?q=&bid=01E00188&state=ME&year=2016

 

Non-FQHC Services:

 

Behavioral Health Homes for children and adults with certain mental health diagnoses

General:  M-F 8-4:30 and by appointment

 

B Street Optical Dispensary (for children and adolescents with Medicaid insurance)

Wednesdays 1 – 4 by appointment only

 

TTY LIne to reach ALL CCS practices:  207-777-8135

After hours, call the individual practice for our answering, triage and medical linkage service. 

CCS accepts most insurances, including welcoming Medicaid and Medicare.  For people who have no insurance or high deductible plans, we have a sliding fee scale that can make your care affordable for all of our medical, dental and behavioral health services.

Community Clinical Services is proud to be a part of the St. Mary’s Health System.  We began providing federally qualified health care services in 2000 and continue to grow in order to meet the health needs of our community.

Community Clinical Services Administrative Office
B-Street Community Center
57 Birch Street, Suite 201
Lewiston, ME 04240
207-513-3897  Joan Churchill
Fax 207-786-8805


Management and Leadership

Joan Churchill, MS
FQHC CEO/CFO
jchurchill@stmarysmaine.com
Phone 207-513-3897

Megan Brewer, DO, Medical Director

mbrewer@stmarysmaine.com

Jessica Moulton,  Director of Primary Care Services
jmoulton@stmarysmaine.com

Paul Rouleau, Director Behavioral Health Operations
prouleau@stmarysmaine.com

Donna Martinez, Director of Behavioral Health Programming and SBHC
dmartinez@stmarysmaine.com

Bill Worth, CCS Psychiatry & Family Behavioral Practice Manager   wworth@stmarysmaine.com

Kristy Gelinas, CCS SBHC & OPC Practice Manager
kgelinas@stmarysmaine.com

Crystal Hiscock, B Street and FHC Practice Manager
chiscock@stmarysmaine.com

Ashley Goodwin, CCS Pediatrics and Dental Practice Manager
aharps@stmarysmaine.com

Our History

In the mid 1980’s, Community Clinical Services was established as a nonprofit  health care organization based in Lewiston, Maine to serve the needs of local residents.  In 1999, the organization applied for Federally Qualified Health Center Look-alike designation, and was awarded this designation effective April 2000.  Our strong partnership with the St. Mary’s Health System, including the St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center, all based in Lewiston, Maine, allows our patients to receive seamless, affordable, and high quality health care services throughout the continuum of care.  The St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center is a LEAP FROG high award hospital, one of very few in the nation.

CCS’ health centers now include our flagship B Street Health Center on 57 Birch Street, in the heart of Lewiston’s “downtown neighborhood,” Family Health Center, on the St. Mary’s campus on 100 Campus Avenue in Lewiston, CCS Pediatrics on the St. Mary’s campus, 2nd Street Health Center, home of our pediatric dental program on 60 Second Street in Auburn, as well as four school based health centers in Lewiston and Auburn; and integrated behavioral health counselors at locations in Lewiston, Auburn and Poland.  Services include:  primary medical care, pediatric health care, and pediatric dental care; behavioral health counseling for mental health and substance use conditions, psychiatry, medication management, geriatric psychiatry including our specialized assessment and care services for elders with diminished memory functioning; nurse care management for patients with complex health conditions, interpretation services, and support services to help patients gain access to additional health care services.  We are here for you!

CCS Board of Directors as of 5/15/18:

Melissa Dunn, Chair, Lewiston

Rosie Moreau, Secretary, Lewiston

Carolyn Kasabian, Treasurer, New Gloucester

Hassan Olihaye, co-Chair, Lewiston

Elmuatz Abdelrahim, Lewiston

Abdifatah Ahmed, Lewiston

Rene Dumont, Auburn

Paige Hagerstrum, Auburn

Elizabeth Keene, Winthrop

Laura Peterson, New Gloucester

Jenn Carter, Lewiston

Community Clinical Services Board members are valued volunteers who live and/or work in our local communities.  By regulation, at least 51% of CCS’ Board members must be our patients – this helps us to continually know how we are doing, from a patient’s perspective.  Board members attend a monthly 1.5 hour meeting, and serve on board subcommittees.  It is a great way to give back to your community and learn and hone governance skills.  If you have interest in being considered for a future board membership, contact CEO Joan Churchill at jchurchill@stmarysmaine.com.

Some of our Partners (not an inclusive list):

St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center/St. Mary’s Health System/Covenant Health – this private, nonprofit healthcare system located in Lewiston, Maine is our major referring hospital and accepts all of our referrals for follow up care.  Their mission is deep, to help people in the community to achieve health.  They are strong partners with Community Clinical Services, and help us ensure we can continue to provide our services to meet our mission.  www.stmarysmaine.com

Pine Tree Legal/Kids Legal of Lewiston, Maine – CCS has a “medical/legal” partnership in order to support children with lead poisoning issues.  www.ptla.org

Health Androscoggin – HA is our local health prevention nonprofit, offering education and support to community members and organizations.  They have helped CCS to increase our cultural sensitivity over the past 3 years, among many other critical collaborative efforts.  www.healthyandroscoggin.org

Maine Primary Care Association – Maine’s technical assistance providers for our 20 FQHC’s – their website will also link to our sister organizations.  www.mepca.org

HRSA – this is the part of the federal government that regulates and supports FQHC’s; this link will show you CCS’s statistics on health care outcomes, our patient population, etc.  https://bphc.hrsa.gov/uds/lookalikes.aspx?year=2016&state=ME#glist

Catholic Charities Maine –  We work closely with this organization in supporting refugees.   https://www.ccmaine.org/refugee-immigration-services

Maine Mobile Health – CCS and MMH are partnering to increase cancer screenings among local non-English speaking residents.  http://www.mainemobile.org/

Promise Early Education Center – CCS and this amazing local Head Start and child care program collaborate to maximize the number of children receiving the health and dental care they need.  It was Promise who stimulated the beginning of our optical dispensary by encouraging a wonderful local optometrist, Dr. Doug Henry, to reach out to us; a gift from the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation allowed us to start this needed service.  Promise EEC can be reached at: https://promiseearlyeducation.org/

Community Concepts – the local community action agency that provides transportation to medical visits, affordable housing, lead abatement services, social work, mortgage counseling and many more services.  www.community-concepts.org or (207) 795-4065

Bates College of Lewiston, Maine is a liberal arts college with a vibrant community-student program that provides all students with opportunities to work on real-world issues and opportunities.  In the past few years Bates students have created pictorial educational materials for our non-English reading patients, provided cultural practice research to inform our providers and staff, have conducted focus groups, key informant interviews and helped us with reports. https://www.bates.edu/harward/events-opportunities/community-volunteer-opportunities/

CCS staff are part of many community collaboratives, ranging from public health, opiate interventions, lead poisoning to diabetes education, refugee services and collaborative research.  To the extent this organization can, we seek to use our strengths as the deliverer of very high quality and integrated health services to benefit the community.