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Health Services in Portland
Whether you are a recent immigrant or refugee, recently moved to Portland from another state, or another part of this state, the questions you may be asking now that you are here are probably the same:
What health services are out there for me?
How do I find a new doctor here?
How do I find a doctor with a particular specialty?
How do I go about paying for the health services I need?
How do I lead a healthy life here in Portland?
Below are some resources that we hope will help you find answers to those questions and many more. If you don’t find the resources you are looking for, or you think we are missing some key resource, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
www.211maine.org – This is a website and phone service provided by the United Way of Maine and Ingraham. It provides information about a wide range of health services for the entire state of Maine 24 hours a day, every day. Visit their website or dial 211 from any phone (including pay phones) and any cell phone.
Moving to Maine? The State of Maine has a great web-based resource that will help you answer questions about Maine and the services offered in the state. You can visit this resource here: http://www.maine.gov/portal/family/moving.html
Health Services in Maine – This website has a list of health services for people of all ages from all over Maine. You can check out this resource for yourself here: http://www.maine.gov/portal/family/health_safety/index.htmlMaineCare
Language Access for New Americans (LANA)
Maine Medical Center Interpreter Services
Catholic Charities of Maine: Refugee Services
Minority Health Program, Portland Public Health Division
Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project
NAACP of Maine
Office of Multicultural Affairs of Maine