PORTLAND — The People’s Regional Opportunity Program of Cumberland County and Youth Alternatives Ingraham are merging into a single social services agency.

The boards of trustees for both nonprofit organizations voted this week to merge under one administration, according to a news release.

Michael J. Tarpinian, currently the president of Youth Alternatives Ingraham, will become the chief executive officer of the new agency, which has yet to be named.

The agency plans to announce its new name in September and, by Oct. 1, complete its integration of programs and services, which will help people access health care, housing, child care, early education, nutrition and treatment for mental illness and substance abuse.

The People’s Regional Opportunity Program of Cumberland County has 200 employees and $17 million annual budget. Youth Alternatives Ingraham has 260 employees and a $19 million annual budget.

The agencies are funded through federal, state, local and private sources.