The Spina Bifida statistics for Maine are as follows: The number of babies who have been born with this medical condition have not been tracked. In the state of Maine, an estimated 431,376 women are at risk of delivering babies born with this health issue. People of the Hispanic origin are at a higher risk of having babies born with this medical problem. However, the population of the people of Hispanic origin is only one  percent of the state population (13,000 people).

There are two SB clinics present in the state of Maine. One is located in Bangor and one is  present in Portland. Both of the SB clinics provide aid and provide service to patients affected with this disease.

Spina Bifida Clinics in Maine

Eastern Maine Medical Center

SB Clinic

417 State Street, Webber East; Suite 310

Bangor, ME 04401

Phone: 207-973-7558

Web site: www.emmc.org

 

Maine Pediatric Specialty Group

SB Program

887 Congress St. Ste. 320

Portland, ME 04102

Phone: 207-662-5729

Web site: http://www.mmc.org/

 

Spina Bifida Charity in Maine

SBA of Greater New England (Formerly SBA of Massachusetts)

219 East Main St

Suite 100B

Milford, MA 01757

Phone: 508-482-5300

Toll Free: 888-479-1900

Fax: 508-482-5301

Email: edugan@SBAGreaterNE.org

Web site:  www.SBAGreaterNE.org

 

Spina Bifida Camps for Children in Maine

Camp CaPella

P.O. Box 552

Holden, ME 04429

Contact: Dana Mosher

Voice: (207) 843-5104

Email: Dana@campcapella.org

Web site: www.campcapella.org

 

Pine Tree Camp

114 Pine Tree Camp Rd

Rome, ME 04563

Contact: Dawn Willard-Robinson

Voice: (207) 397-2141

Email: ptcamp@pinetreesociety.org

Web site: www.pinetreesociety.org

 

Sports & Activities in Maine

Central Maine Adaptive Sports

C/O Cindy Dubois

444 Hotel Road

Auburn, Maine 04210

207-786-3062

Web site: http://cmasports.org/

 

Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation

8 Sundance Lane

Newry, Maine 04261

207-824-2440 TTY/Voice

800-639-7770 Toll free/TTY

207-824-0453 Fax

Email: info@skimhs.org

Web site: http://www.maineadaptive.org/