Resources for the Unhoused

Name and Contact Information

Description

ACCEPTANCE RECOVERY


Biddeford & Arundel

207-423-8035


info@acceptancerecoveryhouse.com

Sober living program that assists residents in building a foundation to develop skills that support long-term recovery, personal growth and overall enhancement in quality of life

AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN YORK COUNTY

Database of affordable apartments (includes a list for Biddeford)

BIDDEFORD GENERAL ASSISTANCE


205 Main St., Biddeford

207-284-5194


jj.bennett@biddefordmaine.org

Please call to set up an appointment. Applications are accepted by appointment only.

BIDDEFORD HOUSING AUTHORITY


22 South St., Biddeford

207-282-6537

To provide lower income families, including the elderly, disabled and unhoused, the opportunity to live in decent, safe and sanitary housing within the community

BIDDEFORD SCHOOLS MEAL PROGRAM


25 Tiger Dr, Biddeford

550 Main St, Biddeford

207-282-0211


smorrell@biddefordschools.me

For all families with children 18 and younger


1st and 3rd Wed each month

(10am – 11am) at BMS Bus Loop

3rd Wed each month (11:00am – 1:00pm) at BMS Bus Loop

BON APPETIT MEAL PROGRAM


19 Crescent St. Biddeford

207-205-0995


bonappetitmeals89@gmail.com 

A free meal five nights a week


Monday - Friday, 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

CARING UNLIMITED


Sanford

1-800-239-7298


mail@caring-unlimited.org

Direct support and safety planning services to anyone impacted by domestic violence, along with prevention education, training, and professional consultation

COURAGE LIVES


Biddeford 

(For the safety of clients, the location of CourageLIVES is not publicly disclosed.)


207-282-3351

Residential home for women who have experienced human trafficking or exploitation, provides all community-based services for people who have been impacted by human trafficking, exploitation, sexual abuse or domestic violence

ESTHER RESIDENCE


27 Thornton Ave., Saco

207-283-0323

Transitional program for women who are leaving incarceration (through sober living support, life skills, recreation, recovery work, and employment)

MAINE WAY TRANSITIONAL HOMES


73 South St., Biddeford

207-282-2003


themainewayinc@gmail.com

Provides residential housing and access to resources that can effectively assist homeless and at-risk individuals with their transition back toward independence

MEALS ON WHEELS


30 Barra Rd., Biddeford

1-800-427-7411

Five meals each week to folks over 60 that are primarily homebound, and with a wellness check and friendly visit (if requested)

OPPORTUNITY ALLIANCE - YOUTH SERVICES


50 Lydia Lane, South Portland

207-523-5049

1-877-429-6994


intake@opportunityalliance.org 

Community-based case management services to youth and families who are at risk of or are currently experiencing homelessness

SACO MEALS PROGRAM


271 Main St., Saco

207-298-5812


SacoMeals@SacoMeals.org 

Providing free community meals and helping to lessen social isolation


Monday & Thursday, 4:15 pm - 5:30 pm

YORK COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION (HOME OWNERSHIP AND REPAIR)


6 Spruce Street, Sanford

207-283-2402

Home buyer education, foreclosure prevention, home repair grants, pre- and post-purchase counseling

YORK COUNTY SHELTER PROGRAMS


147 Shaker Hill Rd., Alfred

207-324-1137


info@ycspi.org 

Committed to ending homelessness and helping people reach their potential through housing, opportunities and resources; 18+ shelter in Alfred, 

family shelter in Sanford