Elder care services


Beacon Hospice

Beacon Hospice helps in so many ways: Talented professionals comprise each interdisciplinary Beacon team. Join us, together we can make a difference.
Email: info@beaconhospice.com

Catholic Charities Maine

Catholic Charities Maine has dedicated itself to creating, administering and advocating programs and services that reach out and fulfill critical human needs.
Email: volunteerinfo@ccmaine.org

Community Health Systems

CHISISA is a non-profit Medicare-certified Home Health Agency serving clients throughout Cumberland County, northern York County, and southern Oxford County.

Food & Fellowship, Inc.

Food and fellowship provides hot meals twice a month to people in the Lakes region. We are ecumenical in nature and serve a largely elder population.
Email: service.commission@maine.gov

Mercy Health Systems

Each year over 500 individuals from all walks of life, background, or ages become involved in the Mercy Volunteer Program with the common desire to help. This includes being a friend, sharing a talent, assisting office workers or visiting with our patients.

Preble Street Resource

Preble Street offers a low-barrier day shelter with a variety of services, a breakfast program every day of the week, and a food pantry for all people who are homeless or poverty-stricken.
Email: volunteer@preblestreet.org


Sweetser provides a continuum of comprehensive behavioral and mental health services to children, adults and families throughout the state of Maine.
Emai: klanielson@sweetser.org

Windham Senior Dining

Windham Senior Meals Site - Lunches for seniors at Unity Gardens.
Contact Virginia at 892-3891.

Monday Meals- a community dinner on most Mondays at 5:30pm. First and second Mondays of month at Assembly of God Church;  third and fourth Mondays at Windham Hill UCC.
For more information, call Marcia York at 892-3769.