Helping America's Most Vulnerable
  • Camp POSTCARD: Summer Camp for Maine kids

    Law Enforcement Officers volunteer to be Camp counselors for an incredible week of fun and learning

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  • Our Exciting and Innovative Cabin in the Woods Program

    The First of its Kind in New England

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  • Providing Affordable Housing for Seniors


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  • Promoting Peace one conversation at a time.

    our skilled mediators and facilitators are at your service

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  • Providing an array of Behavioral Health Services

    Because everyone deserves a safe and welcoming place to call home.

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  • Taking on the most difficult tasks

    Volunteers of America is the charity that always steps forward to help the most underserved

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  • Helping Veterans Come All the Way Home

    Thank you for helping us serve the men and women who have served us.

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Reaching out to uplift the human condition and provide opportunity for individual and community involvement.

300 staff members and hundreds of volunteers carry out our mission of service, helping the most vulnerable in Northern New England.

News and Events

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    Cabin in the Woods Groundbreaking May 19

    The "I"s have been dotted and the "T"s have been crossed, it's official! Our groundbreaking will be May 19th. Read the story of the last details being resolved.

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    Thank You Home Depot

    The Home Depot® Foundation has provided a $225,000 grant to Brunswick-based Volunteers of America Northern New England to address the critical housing needs of Maine’s military veterans.

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    TD Bank Grants $100,000 to Cabin in the Woods

    The grant, from the TD Charitable Foundation's Housing for Everyone initiative, will be presented to Volunteers of America officials during a ceremony at the organization's office in Brunswick.

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