The Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland and partners in the Catholic community offer a variety of health and support services for those in need. In this section, you will find details, requirements and contact information for:
Providing quality dental and orthodontic services to children, adolescents and adults.
A packet to assist and educate individuals and families on living wills, establishing a power of attorney, and other aspects of end-of-life care. These materials have been prepared to be consistent with Catholic teachings and state laws.
In an effort to do all they can to help Maine individuals and families receive the food they need, parishes across the state offer community meals, soup kitchens, and food pantries for people of all faiths to utilize.
There are three Catholic hospitals in the Diocese of Portland: St. Joseph Healthcare System in Bangor, St. Mary Regional Medical Center in Lewiston and Mercy Hospital in Portland, a division of Eastern Maine Health Care.
A directory of chaplains who serve in all hospitals operating in Maine.
Programs that offer life-affirming alternatives to abortion as well as assistance and emotional support for mothers and families.
Saint André Health Care in Biddeford offers rehabilitation and skilled medical care, short-term respite care, long-term nursing care, Alzheimer's and dementia care and palliative & hospice care
Programs working with blind, visually impaired and disabled individuals to offer the necessary support and services needed to live full, productive lives.