Adoption and Child Development Issues

Adoption Angencies in Maine

Plus Financial, Medical and Nutritional Assistance for Pregnant Women and Birth Mothers

Because We Care

Our Primary Goal is to Help Pregnant Woman and Birth Mothers

If you are pregnant or a new mother we are here to help you whether you are placing your child for adoption or plan on raising your child yourself. Our goal is to help pregnant women, mothers and children in any way we can. We are a fully licensed non-profit adoption agency that can help a pregnant woman or birth parent living in any state in the U.S. Since our founding in 1985, we have worked with thousands of birth parents and adopting families from all over the world and our overall satisfaction rating is excellent. We are committed to putting your needs first and to helping you in every way possible.

If you decide on adoption, we can make sure your child is placed with the perfect family, your rights are protected, and that you receive all the legal and financial assistance and medical help as well as other types of help that the law allows. There is never any fee to you as a birth parent whether you work with our agency or decide to look elsewhere. Please visit the link "Ways we can help you".  Feel free to contact us or call (toll-free 1(800)943-0400) if you have any questions or if you want our guidance or help. All calls are confidential and there is never any obligation or cost to you for our help. 

Below, we have listed a variety of resources from hospitals, adoption agencies, financial, medical and nutritional assistance programs in Maine, to information on the stages of pregnancy, where to go for help and even support groups. If you can imagine it, it is probably already listed here.

Please choose your area of residence below:

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Androscoggin County, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
A Family For Me  
Gardiner, ME 04345
Connections Adoption Services  
Raymond, ME 04071

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Androscoggin County, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Androscoggin County, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Androscoggin County, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Lighthouse Shelter (207) 774-3169
65 Elm Street, Portland, ME 04101
Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter (207) 872-8082
28 Ticonic Street, Waterville, ME 04901
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Androscoggin County, ME area that provide maternity services.

Central Maine Medical Center (207) 795-0111
300 Main Street, Lewiston, ME 04240
St Mary Hospital (207) 777-8100
95 Campus Avenue, Lewiston, ME 04240

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Aroostook County, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Stepping Stones  
Houlton, ME 04730
Wings For Children & Families  
Caribou, ME 04736

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Aroostook County, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Aroostook County, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Aroostook County, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Stepping Stones (207) 532-6689
2 High Street, Houlton, ME 04730
New Hope For Women (207) 563-2404
17 Water Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Aroostook County, ME area that provide maternity services.

Aroostook Medical Center (207) 768-4000
140 Academy Street, Presque Isle, ME 04769
Northern Maine Medical Center (207) 834-3155
194 East Main Street, Fort Kent, ME 04743

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Auburn, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Lutheran Social Services  
Auburn, ME 04210
International Adoption Services Center  
Gardiner, ME 04345

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Auburn, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Auburn, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Auburn, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Hope Haven Gospel Mission (207) 783-6086
209 Lincoln Street Lewiston, ME 04240
Abused Women's Advocacy Project (800) 559-2927
Auburn, ME
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Auburn, ME area that provide maternity services.

Franklin Memorial Hospital (207) 778-6031
Farmington, Maine
Central Maine Medical Center (207) 795-2530
287 Main Street, Lewiston, ME 04240

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Augusta, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Child & Family Services  
Augusta, ME 04330
Office of Child & Family Services  
Augusta, Maine 04333

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Augusta, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Augusta, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Augusta, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Bread of Life Ministries Shelter (207) 626-3479
155 Hospital Street, Augusta, ME 04330
Family Violence Project (207) 623-8637
83 Western Avenue, Augusta, ME 04330
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Augusta, ME area that provide maternity services.

Maine General Medical Center - Augusta (207) 626-1000
6 East Chestnut Street, Augusta, ME 04330
Waldo County General Hospital: Maternity (207) 338-9348
118 Northport Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Bangor, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Families and Children Together (FACT)  
Bangor, ME 04401
Good Samaritan Agency  
Bangor, ME 04401

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Bangor, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Bangor, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Bangor, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Bangor Area Homeless Shelter (207) 947-0092
263 Main Street, Bangor, ME 04401
OHI - Rachael House (207) 941-2874
Bangor, ME
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Bangor, ME area that provide maternity services.

Eastern Maine Medical Center (207) 973-7000
Bangor, Maine 04401
Saint Joseph Hospital (207) 907-1000
360 Broadway, Bangor, ME 04401

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Biddeford, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
St. Andres Home, Inc  
Biddeford, ME 04005
Family Life Services  
Portland, ME 04101

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Biddeford, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Biddeford, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Biddeford, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Preble Street Resource Center (207) 874-1005
5 Portland Street, Portland, ME 04101
Caring Unlimited (207) 324-1802
965 Main Street, Sanford, ME 04073
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Biddeford, ME area that provide maternity services.

Central Maine Medical Center: Maternity (207) 795-2530
287 Main Street, Lewiston, ME 04240
Mid Coast Hospital: Maternity (207) 373-6500
123 Medical Center Dr., Brunswick, ME 04011

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Brunswick, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Families and Children Together (FACT)  
Bangor, ME 04401
Connections Adoption Services  
Raymond, ME 04071

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Brunswick, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Brunswick, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Brunswick, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Tedford Housing (207) 725-4871
Brunswick, ME
Hope Haven Gospel Mission (207) 783-6086
209 Lincoln Street, Lewiston, ME 04240
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Brunswick, ME area that provide maternity services.

Mercy Hospital (800) 293-6583
Portland, Maine 04102
Mid Coast Hospital: Maternity (207) 373-6500
123 Medical Center Dr., Brunswick, ME 04011

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Cumberland County, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Casey Family Services  
Portland, ME 04101
Connections Adoption Services  
Raymond, ME 04071

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Cumberland County, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Cumberland County, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Cumberland County, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

York County Shelter Programs (207) 324-1137
147 Shaker Hill Road, Alfred, ME 04002
Lighthouse Shelter (207) 774-3169
65 Elm Street, Portland, ME 04101
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Cumberland County, ME area that provide maternity services.

Mercy Hospital (207) 879-3000
144 State Street, Portland, ME 04101
Parkview Adventist Medical Center (207) 373-2000
329 Maine Street, Brunswick, ME 04011

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Franklin County, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Lutheran Social Services  
Rumford, ME 04276
Casey Family Services  
Portland, ME 04101

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Franklin County, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Franklin County, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Franklin County, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Next Step Domestic Violence Project (207) 667-0176
733 Bangor Road, Ellsworth, ME 04605
Manna Ministries (207) 990-2870
629 Main Street, Bangor, ME 04402
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Franklin County, ME area that provide maternity services.

Franklin Memorial Hospital (207) 778-6031
111 Franklin Health Commons, Farmington, ME 04938
Mercy Hospital (207) 879-3000
144 State Street, Portland, ME 04101

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Hancock County, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Good Samaritan Agency  
Bangor, ME 04401
Maps Maine Adoption Placement  
Bangor, ME 04401

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Hancock County, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Hancock County, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Hancock County, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Hope House (207) 217-6713
179 Indiana Avenue, Bangor, ME 04401
Emmaus Center (207) 667-3962
51 Main Street, Ellsworth, ME 04605
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Hancock County, ME area that provide maternity services.

Blue Hill Memorial Hospital (207) 374-3940
65 Water Street, Blue Hill, ME 04614
Maine Coast Memorial Hospital (207) 664-5311
50 Union Street, Ellsworth, ME 04605

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Kennebec County, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
A Family For Me  
Gardiner, ME 04345
Main Childrens Home For Little Wanderers  
Waterville, ME 04901

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Kennebec County, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Kennebec County, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Kennebec County, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter (207) 872-8082
28 Ticonic Street, Waterville, ME 04901
Abused Womens Advocacy Project (207) 743-5806
332 Main Street, Norway, ME 04268
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Kennebec County, ME area that provide maternity services.

Inland Hospital (207) 861-3000
200 Kennedy Memorial Drive, Waterville, ME 04901
Waterville Ob/gyn (207) 873-5665
325 Kennedy Memorial Drive, Waterville, ME 04901

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Knox County, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Maine Families Created By Adoption  
South China, ME 04358
My Choice  
South Portland, ME 04106

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Knox County, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Knox County, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Knox County, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Next Step Domestic Violence Project (207) 667-0176
733 Bangor Road, Ellsworth, ME 04605
Manna Ministries (207) 990-2870
629 Main Street, Bangor, ME 04402
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Knox County, ME area that provide maternity services.

Pen Bay Medical Center (207) 596-8000
6 Glen Cove Drive, Rockport, ME 04856
Penobscot Bay Medical Center (207) 596-8000
6 Glen Cove Drive, Rockport, ME 04856

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Lewiston, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
A Family For Me  
Gardiner, ME 04345
Child & Family Services  
Lewiston, ME 04240

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Lewiston, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Lewiston, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Lewiston, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Hope Haven Gospel Mission (207) 783-6086
209 Lincoln Street, Lewiston, ME 04240
St. Martin de Porres Residence (207) 786-4690
Lewiston, ME
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Lewiston, ME area that provide maternity services.

Central Maine Medical Center: Maternity (207) 795-2530
287 Main Street, Lewiston, ME 04240
Maine General Medical Center: Maternity (207) 872-1000
Waterville, Maine 04901

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Lincoln County, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
International Adoption Services Center  
Gardiner, ME 04345
A Family For Me  
Gardiner, ME 04345

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Lincoln County, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Lincoln County, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Lincoln County, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Hope House (207) 217-6713
179 Indiana Avenue, Bangor, ME 04401
Lighthouse Shelter (207) 774-3169
65 Elm Street, Portland, ME 04101
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Lincoln County, ME area that provide maternity services.

Miles Memorial Hospital (207) 563-1234
35 Hospital Entrance, Damariscotta, ME 04543
Saint Andrews Hospital & Healthcare Center (207) 633-2121
6 Saint Andrews Lane, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Oxford County, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Lutheran Social Services  
Rumford, ME 04276
Connections Adoption Services  
Raymond, ME 04071

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Oxford County, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Oxford County, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Oxford County, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Preble Street Resource Center (207) 775-0026
5 Portland Street, Portland, ME 04101
York County Shelter Programs (207) 324-1137
147 Shaker Hill Road, Alfred, ME 04002
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Oxford County, ME area that provide maternity services.

Stephens Memorial Hospital (207) 743-5933
181 Main St # 1, Norway, ME 04268
Rumford Hospital (207) 369-1000
420 Franklin Street, Rumford, ME 04276

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Penobscot County, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Good Samaritan Agency  
Bangor, ME 04401
Shepherd's Godparent Home  
Bangor, ME 04402

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Penobscot County, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Penobscot County, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Penobscot County, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

New Hope For Women (207) 594-2128
5 Beech Street, Rockland, ME 04841
Manna Ministries (207) 990-2870
629 Main Street, Bangor, ME 04402
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Penobscot County, ME area that provide maternity services.

Millinocket Regional Hospital (207) 723-5161
200 Somerset Street, Millinocket, ME 04462
Penobscot Valley Hospital (207) 794-3321
7 Transalpine Road, Lincoln, ME 04457

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Piscataquis County, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Adoptive & Foster Families-Maine  
Old Town, ME 04468
St Andre Home-Bangor  
Bangor, ME 04401

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Piscataquis County, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Piscataquis County, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Piscataquis County, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Domestic Abuse Helpline For Men and Women (207) 683-5758
Athens Road, Harmony, ME 04942
Preble Street Resource Center (207) 775-0026
5 Portland Street, Portland, ME 04101
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Piscataquis County, ME area that provide maternity services.

Mayo Regional Hospital (207) 564-8401
897 W Main St., Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426
Millinocket Regional Hospital (207) 723-5161
200 Somerset Street, Millinocket, ME 04462

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Portland, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Family Life Services  
Portland, ME 04101
Families and Children Together (FACT)  
Bangor, ME 04401

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Portland, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Portland, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Portland, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Preble Street: Lighthouse Shelter (207) 775-0026
65 Elm Street, Portland, ME 04101
Family Crisis Services (207) 767-4952
PO Box 704, Portland, ME 04104
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Portland, ME area that provide maternity services.

Mercy Hospital (800) 293-6583
Portland, Maine 04102
Central Maine Medical Center: Maternity (207) 795-2530
287 Main Street, Lewiston, ME 04240

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Saco, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Adoption Services St Andre's Home  
Biddeford, ME 04005
Maine Adoption Placement Services  
South Portland, ME 04106

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Saco, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Saco, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Saco, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Preble Street Resource Center (207) 874-1005
5 Portland Street, Portland, ME 04101
Family Services & Counseling: Family Crisis Shelter (207) 874-1196
343 Forest Avenue, Portland, ME 04101
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Saco, ME area that provide maternity services.

Portsmouth Regional Hospital (603) 436-5110
333 Borthwick Avenue, Portsmouth, NH 03801
Exeter Hospital (603) 778-7311
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Sagadahoc County, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
International Adoption Services Center  
Gardiner, ME 04345
My Choice  
South Portland, ME 04106

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Sagadahoc County, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Sagadahoc County, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Sagadahoc County, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

New Hope For Women (207) 563-2404
17 Water Street, Damariscotta, ME 04543
Lighthouse Shelter (207) 774-3169
65 Elm Street, Portland, ME 04101
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Sagadahoc County, ME area that provide maternity services.

Parkview Adventist Medical Center (207) 373-2000
329 Maine Street, Brunswick, ME 04011
Mid Coast Hospital (207) 729-0181
123 Medical Center Drive, Brunswick, ME 04011

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Sanford, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Connections Adoption Services  
Raymond, ME 04071
Families and Children Together (FACT)  
Bangor, ME 04401

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Sanford, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Sanford, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Sanford, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Caring Unlimited (207) 324-1802
965 Main Street, Sanford, ME 04073
Carey House (603) 528-8086
6 Spring Street, Laconia, NH 03246
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Sanford, ME area that provide maternity services.

Goodall Hospital (207) 490-7606
25 June Street, Sanford, ME 04073
Portsmouth Regional Hospital (603) 436-5110
333 Borthwick Avenue, Portsmouth, NH 03801

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Somerset County, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Main Childrens Home For Little Wanderers  
Waterville, ME 04901
Risin Information Systems  
Fairfield, ME 04937

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Somerset County, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Somerset County, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Somerset County, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Domestic Abuse Helpline For Men and Women (207) 683-5758
Athens Road, Harmony, ME 04942
Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter (207) 872-8082
28 Ticonic Street, Waterville, ME 04901
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Somerset County, ME area that provide maternity services.

Redington Fairview General Hospital (207) 474-5121
46 Fairview Avenue, Skowhegan, ME 04976
Sebasticook Valley Health (207) 487-4000
447 North Main Street, Pittsfield, ME 04967

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the South Portland, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Maine Adoption Placement Services  
South Portland, ME 04106
Adoption Services St Andre's Home  
Biddeford, ME 04005

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in South Portland, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the South Portland, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the South Portland, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Preble Street: Lighthouse Shelter (207) 775-0026
65 Elm Street, Portland, ME 04101
Hope Haven Gospel Mission (207) 783-6086
209 Lincoln Street Lewiston, ME 04240
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the South Portland, ME area that provide maternity services.

Central Maine Medical Center: Maternity (207) 795-2530
287 Main Street, Lewiston, ME 04240
Mid Coast Hospital: Maternity (207) 373-6500
123 Medical Center Dr., Brunswick, ME 04011

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Waldo County, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Good Samaritan Agency  
Bangor, ME 04401
Maine Families Created By Adoption  
South China, ME 04358

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Waldo County, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Waldo County, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Waldo County, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Emmaus Center (207) 667-3962
51 Main Street, Ellsworth, ME 04605
New Hope For Women (207) 338-6569
111 Church Street, Belfast, ME 04915
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Waldo County, ME area that provide maternity services.

Waldo County General Hospital (207) 338-2500
118 Northport Ave., Belfast, ME 04915
Pen Bay Medical Center (207) 596-8000
6 Glen Cove Drive, Rockport, ME 04856

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Washington County, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Maps Maine Adoption Placement  
Bangor, ME 04401
Casey Family Services  
Bangor, ME 04401

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Washington County, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Washington County, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Washington County, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

King's Daughter's Home (207) 945-3844
89 Ohio Street, Bangor, ME 04401
Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter (207) 872-8082
28 Ticonic Street, Waterville, ME 04901
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Washington County, ME area that provide maternity services.

Down East Community Hospital (207) 255-3356
11 Hospital Drive, Machias, ME 04654
Harrington Family Health Center (207) 483-4502
50 East Main Street, Harrington, ME 04643

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Waterville, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Maine Children's Home for Little Wanderers  
Waterville, ME 04901
Lutheran Social Services  
Auburn, ME 04210

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Waterville, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Waterville, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Waterville, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter (207) 872-8082
28 Ticonic Street, Waterville, ME 04901
Bread of Life Ministries Shelter (207) 626-3479
155 Hospital Street, Augusta, ME 04330
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Waterville, ME area that provide maternity services.

Maine General Medical Center: Maternity (207) 872-1000
Waterville, Maine 04901
Waldo County General Hospital: Maternity (207) 338-9348
118 Northport Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Westbrook, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
International Adoption Services Center  
Gardiner, ME 04345
Office of Child & Family Services  
Augusta, Maine 04333

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Westbrook, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Westbrook, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Westbrook, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

OHI - Rachael House (207) 941-2874
Bangor, ME
Abused Women's Advocacy Project (800) 559-2927
Auburn, ME
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Westbrook, ME area that provide maternity services.

Mid Coast Hospital: Maternity (207) 373-6500
123 Medical Center Dr., Brunswick, ME 04011
Franklin Memorial Hospital (207) 778-6031
Farmington, Maine

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the York County, Maine area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Acadia Adoption Center  
Kennebunk, ME 04043
St Andre Home-Biddeford  
Biddeford, ME 04005

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in York County, Maine. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the York County, Maine area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Maine

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments.4 We have provided a list below.4 If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CMEPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help. If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the York County, Maine area and shelters all across ME.

Homeless Center For Strafford (603) 332-9048
9 Isinglas Dr., Rochester, NH 03839
York County Shelter Programs (207) 324-1137
147 Shaker Hill Road, Alfred, ME 04002
 
More Shelters in Maine
 
USALS Maine Women Shelters

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the York County, ME area that provide maternity services.

York Hospital (207) 363-4321
15 Hospital Drive, York, ME 03909
Maine Medical Center (207) 396-7800
100 U.S. 1, Scarborough, ME 04074

 
 

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