Community Resources

Aging and Disability Resource Counselors at each of our seven area Community centers are available by appointment to provide assistance with making connections to community resources.  Please call the community center nearest you to set up an appointment today.

Southern Midcoast Aging and Disability Resource Center
35 Union Street, Brunswick (Sagadahoc County)
Craig Patterson, 207-729-0475
Coastal Community Center
521 Main Street, Box 8, Damariscotta (Lincoln County)
Cynthia Troxel, 207-563-1363
Knox Community Center
61 Park Street, Rockland (Knox County)
Gloria Rhode 207-596-0339
Waldo Community Center
18 Merriam Road, Belfast (Waldo County)
Kathryn Kreamer 207-338-1190
Cohen Community Center
22 Town Farm Road, Hallowell (Kennebec County)
Lynn Boardway 207-626-7777
Muskie Community Center
38 Gold Street, Waterville (Kennebec County)
Mary Nicholas 207-873-4745
Somerset Community Center
30 Leavitt Street, Skowhegan (Somerset County)
Jill Leach 207-474-8552


The links below may help you find connections to the frequently requested resources questions we receive. 

Spectrum Generations Resource Directory

Spectrum Generations Disabilities Resource Directory

Eldercare Locator

Options Counseling

Disability Rights Center

ABCD’s of Medicare:  An educational presentation providing an introduction to the complex Medicare system.

Money Saving Benefits Eligibility Factsheets: Eligibility checklist for both single income household, and couple or two person household.    

Medicare Part D Plan Finder: Prescription drug coverage plan search guide.

Maine Bureau of Insurance: Regulates the insurance industry to protect and serve the public.  Find information on Medicare Supplemental, Long Term Care, Individual Group, and other types of insurance available in Maine.  You can also access information about insurance sales representatives, rules and regulations, and filing a complaint.

Consumers for Affordable Health Care:  A Maine-based non-profit organization advocating the right to quality, affordable health care for every man, woman and child.

Legal Services for the Elderly

Your Home Heating Rights

Tips to Avoid Senior Scams

Adult Guardianship 

Community Action Programs (CAP):  Provide education, training, resources, and services For people with limited incomes.  Some of the services provided are: fuel assistance, Head Start, home energy audits, housing assistance, home repair assistance and more.
Food Resources:

Subsidized Housing List    

How Do I Get Homecare Services in Maine

Medical Alert System

Help for those with cancer: