Guide for Food Resources


Food Banks and Other Resources




Food Stamps, General Information:
http://www.maine.gov/dhhs/OIAS/foodstamps/index.html

Food Stamps, Where to apply:
http://www.maine.gov/dhhs/OIAS/offices/index.html



Other Food Resources

The Aroostook County Action Program, Inc.
works to enable the people of Aroostook to achieve greater economic independence and dignity, and provides leadership to the community in responding to changing human needs.
http://www.acap-me.org/Health_and_Nutrition/
health_and_nutrition.html

Community Concepts Inc.
offers a variety of social services that promote self-sufficiency within the people of the communities of Androscoggin, Franklin and Oxford counties of Maine.
http://www.community-concepts.org/emergencies/emergencies.htm

Good Shepherd Food Bank
Provides food to the neediest children, elderly, disabled and families in our communities by distributing food through local agencies. 3121 Hotel Road, PO Box 1807, Auburn 04211 782-3554
http://gsfb.org/

People's Regional Opportunity Program
is a community action agency committed to identifying and addressing social, economic, educational, and health needs existing in the 23 communities in Cumberland County, Maine.
http://www.propeople.org/links/eat.htm

United Way of Mid-Coast Maine
Places to go in Bath - Brunswick Area
http://www.curtislibrary.com/firstcall.htm#food

Wayside This program "rescues" close to one million pounds of perishable food each year. Wayside collects and distributes the food to 40 rural and urban food pantries and soup kitchen throughout Cumberland County at no cost to the recipient agency.
Phone: 207.775.4939

York County Community Action Corporation (YCCAC)
has been delivering a range of social service, health, and educational programs to York County individuals and families living in poverty.
http://www.yccac.org/outreachpages/Food.htm





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