A coalition of ten community-based organizations that employ Community Health Workers or other peer support specialists who provide direct outreach to and support for Youth, Older Adults, Unhoused, Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and People of Color communities, Immigrants, Refugees, Asylees, and other non-native English speakers.
Individual and group support for stress and anxiety including individual, group and crisis support; training topics include moral injury, cultivating resilience, and developing spiritual tools; critical incident stress management debriefs. We offer a non-anxious and supportive listening presence for people across the state of Maine.Learn More
Wabanaki Public Health & Wellness (WPHW) provides community-driven, culturally centered public health and social services to all Wabanaki communities and people while honoring Wabanaki cultural knowledge, cultivating innovation, and fostering collaboration.Learn More
Maine Access Immigrant Network (MAIN) bridges access to health and social services for immigrants in Portland, Maine. Our organization works to build a stronger multicultural community and to address health literacy, health care enrollment, and coordination of health care benefits and non-clinical care.Learn More
New Mainers Public Health Initiative (NMPHI) aims to empower, inform, and educate new Mainers about preventative health measures through the promotion of healthy habits in order to bridge the gap in health care service delivery and decrease health disparities.Learn More
MANA coordinates multilingual outreach and educational programming for immigrants and their families to facilitate further resilience-building by providing linguistically and culturally tailored workshops and programs under the banner of Resilient New Americans.Learn More