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COVID-19 InformationClick Here

Lifeline Emergency Response System: Pushing the button on the "On the Go" pendant initiates a call for medical assistance. The pendant can automatically detect falls and make the call if you are unable to push the button. This is a description of the program. This is the device.


SEARCH Program: Connects older folks with community volunteers in our community. Volunteers bring skills, enthusiasm, and companionship to their lives while assisting with a variety of support services. Call 207-837-8810 or click here.

AA Big Book Group: Meets every Tuesday, 7:00 to 8:00 pm at Five Islands Baptist Church. Open meeting.


Oasis Health Network: Oasis Free Clinics are the only clinics in Midcoast Maine offering free medical and dental services to those who have no health insurance and cannot afford to pay for care. Cal 721-9277 or click here.

University of Maine Age-Friendly Resources: This link takes you to the UMaine website for a wide variety of Health, Safety, Education, and more resources


In-Home Support Services

These services can include hygiene, mobility, feeding, companionship, laundry, light housekeeping, shopping, medication reminders and more. Services and costs vary among providers.


Aging ExcellenceClick here.


CHANS Home Health CareCall 729-6782 or click here.


Comfort Keepers: Call 729-3373 or click here.

Other Resources


Alcohol Addiction: Click Here

Senior Dental Health Information: Click Here

Mesothelioma Support: This deadly form of cancer is caused from asbestos exposure.  Call 800-615-2270 or click here.

Important Phone Numbers/Web Addresses

Statewide Health and Human Services Directory: Call 2-1-1 or click here.

Northern NE Poison Control Center: Call 800-222-1222 or click here.

Maine Medical Center: Call 662-0111 or click here.

Midcoast Hospital: Call 373-6000 or click here.

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