How Can We Help?



US Citizenship and Immigration Services

Statewide Service Directory
(877) 463-6207

General Assistance
196 Lancaster Street
(207) 775-7911

Department of Health and Human Services
151 Jetport Blvd., South Portland
(207) 822-2000

309 Cumberland Avenue, #205
(207) 797-7890
Courses, workshops, and counseling

Free cell phone and service for those who are income eligible

Preble Street Resource Center
5 Portland Street
(207) 775-0026
Showers, laundry, case management, emergency food, mailing address

The Opportunity Alliance
50 Lydia Lane, South Portland
(207) 523-5049
Case management and crisis intervention and prevention

Family Crisis Services
(207) 874-1973 or 1-800-537-6066

After school and summer enrichment programs for students in grades 3-8.

(207) 854-9700

Below are additional links to provide you with information to help your mentees with their new life in Maine:
Eligibility for public benefits РMEJP Note: once asylum seekers have applied for asylum and received notice, they are eligible for food stamps and TANF until their employment authorization comes through, about 6 months.

Working with English Language Learners

New Mainers Resource Center Guide – 10-5-16