The Arthur B. Huot House provides the first Hospital to Home program in Maine.
Investing in the health and well-being of Maine veterans could not be done without your support, involvement, and enthusiasm!
Helping to bring our veterans All the Way Home™
At Volunteers of America Northern New England, we have made it a focus to help veterans. Assessing the needs in our community, Volunteers of America has recognized the number of veterans and their families who have faced homelessness and hard times. Through our veterans’ programs and our partnerships with other veteran-serving organizations across Maine, Volunteers of America connects veterans and their families with services and assistance to meet each individual’s specific needs. If you need immediate assistance, please call Brian Bouthot at 207-229-8306.
Since 2001, we have been serving homeless veterans with:
- Outreach to veterans living in shelters and on the streets
- Safe, supportive housing
- Transition services
- Career counseling to help veterans ready themselves for employment
- Access to health, behavioral and substance abuse services
- Gender specific, cognitive-behavioral programming and support
We're committed to ending homelessness for the men and women of our region who served their county — and to helping all our veterans come "all the way home."
Our Veterans' Housing Programs
Veterans Career House
The Veterans Career House offers a Clinical Treatment Model for veterans who are homeless and have a specific diagnosis of mental illness and/or substance use disorder.