Provides education and training programs throughout Maine and a round-the-clock telephone Helpline for information, consultation, referral services and care management services.
- Phone: 24 hour helpline: 1-800-272-3900
- Location: 383 U.S. Route 1, Suite 2C, Scarborough
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City buses serving two regions in town: the north loop, north of Route 1, and the south loop, serving areas south of Route 1.
Administers Section 8 vouchers and four housing complexes with 137 units for income-eligible senior or disabled individuals.
A division of Spectrum Generations, Bridges Home Care provides in-home services to support independent living, including housekeeping, grocery delivery, transportation, and hygiene services for seniors living at home. Also provides 24-hour medical alert services, home safety assessments, and adult day care programs.
Manages public housing and Section 8 housing choice vouchers, including senior and disabled apartments. Also offers a “Congregate Housing Service Program,” which provides residents of its three senior housing properties with additional services — including meals, housekeeping, personal care services and emergency medical services — to encourage independent living.
Providing professional, medically-based support in life’s final stages from a team associated with Mid-Coast Hospital.
Provides non-emergency medical transportation for MaineCare eligible riders, as well as services for riders who are elderly, have disabilities, and people with low income. Serves residents of Knox, Lincoln, and Sagadahoc Counties and the towns of Brunswick and Harpswell.
Eligible seniors can receive food assistance from local pantries.
The Low Income Heating Assistance Program (LIHEAP) serves Somerset, Kennebec, Lincoln and Sagadahoc counties providing assistance for income eligible household’s to offset the rising costs of home energy.
Offers door-to-door rides for medical appointments and errands.
Outpatient geriatric programs. Services include a Falls Clinic for strength and balance, general geriatric assessments, and a dementia evaluation center.
In dementia evaluations, a collaborative team consisting of a geriatrician, nurse and social workers can make a diagnosis of dementia or memory disorder, provide information about the disease, and offer access to resources for appropriate care.
In-home health and rehabilitation services, hospice care, and palliative care.
Offers heat assistance and energy audits for income-eligible households.
Housing Counseling Services provide coordinated housing assistance for homeless and at-risk individuals and families through referrals and access to emergency funds.
Whether you want to fly out to the islands, visit a friend, go shopping, or simply need a ride to the doctor’s, RideFinder will give you the most current information available as to what your options are.
A free health and wellness educational series “dedicated to your good health,” associated with Mid Coast Hospital
- Phone: (207) 373-3646
- Location: 58 Baribeau Drive, Brunswick, Maine 04011
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Provides residential units administered by the Maine State Housing Authority. Rent is categorized as Income Based, which means tenants generally pay about 1/3 of their household income on rent; or Rent Restricted, which means that rents are typically based on a specified percentage of the median income for the area.
Central and Midcoast Maine’s Agency on Aging — a regional hub of resources, programs and services aimed at improving the health and well-being of older adults and their families. Programs include Meals on Wheels, caregiver support, social programs and transportation services to medical appointments.