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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Provides scheduled on-demand ride services throughout northern Maine, including the Danforth region in Washington County and Patten in Penobscot county.
Supports aging in place with phone call check-ins, health assessments, home maintenance, rides, and grocery delivery for homebound seniors.
One of three home care agencies merged under the umbrella of Eastern Maine Home Care, this agency provides eastern and central Maine residents with home care and hospice services. Services are paid for by public and private sources, or directly by patients and their families, tax-exempt donations help cover the cost of care provided to the uninsured or underinsured.
One of Maine’s Agencies 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.
One of Maine’s Agencies on Aging — a regional hub of resources, programs and services (some of which are income-restricted) aimed at improving the health and well-being of older adults and their families. Programs include Meals on Wheels, EAAA Community Cafes and 3-D Catering.
One of Maine’s Agencies 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 door-to-door rides to help MaineCare patients and elderly people get to critical medical appointments.
Eligible seniors can receive food assistance from local pantries.
An outpatient department of Maine Coast Memorial Hospital. Offers medical and neurological consultation to provide preventative care for memory related disorders and heart risk.
Oversees 180 federally subsidized public housing apartments plus 209 Section 8 vouchers.
Offers age-restricted apartment communities at Marsh Island Apartments (345 Main St., 50 units), Bickmore Manor (336 Main St., 13 units), Penobscot Terrace (352 Main St., 41 units), and Dow Apartments (10 Rue Boulanger, 8 units). Also operates “The Meadows” assisted living facility (16 beds).
Manages housing programs, including heating fuel assistance programs, for the Passamaquoddy tribal government.
Volunteer opportunities include public health programs, independent living assistance, veteran appreciation, environmental work, and caregiver respite.
Peer-taught courses for adults aged 50+ at the University of Maine-Machias.
Part of the Maine Senior College Network.
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.
Transportation assistance including rides to MaineCare covered appointments using agency vehicles and volunteer drivers.