Here are reports and resources from TSLCA as well as our partners in Vermont, New Hampshire and in Maine.


Maine Blueprint for Action on Healthy Aging – Released October 2018

Maine State Plan on Aging – 2020-2024


Academic and Research Institutes

Muskie School of Public Service, University of Southern Maine
U-Maine Center on Aging
University of Maine Cooperative Extension
University of New England Geriatric Education Center

This list is not exhaustive!  If you have a private or community college in or near your community, approach them to see if they have resources to offer!



AARP Maine


State Based Aging Services

Maine Aging and Disability Resource Center
Maine Council on Aging
Aroostook Area Agency on Aging
Eastern Area Agency on Aging
Southern Maine Area Agency on Aging
Spectrum Generations


Community Action Agencies

Maine Community Action Association
Aroostook County Action Program
Community Concepts
Kennebec Valley Community Action Program
Midcoast Maine Community Action
Opportunity Alliance
Waldo Community Action Partners
Downeast Community Partners
Western Maine Community Action
York County Community Action Corporation


Dementia Assistance

Alzheimer’s Association, Maine
24/7 Helpline for people with dementia and care partners: 1-800-272-3900
County-based community resources


Area Agencies on Aging offer trainings, newsletter, access to resources, and support groups for care partners.

Aroostook Area Agency on Aging: Call 207-764-3396 or email [email protected] for more information

Eastern Area Agency on Aging: Call Karyn at Eastern Area Agency on Aging, 207-941-2865

SeniorsPlus: Call 1-800-427-1241 for more information

Southern Maine Area Agency on Aging: Call 1-800-427-7411 for more information

Spectrum Generations: Call 1-800-639-1553 for more information


Oral Health

Maine Oral Health Coalition