All people are independent and have the means to care and provide for themselves and/or their familes.
Desired community outcomes
Older adults can live independently and safely in their homes as long as possible.
Adults have access to financial information and services, including budgeting, debt management, and tax preparation assistance.
Adults have assistance to overcome barriers, such as child care and transportation, in order to access educational, wellness, and employment opportunities in the community.
- Alfond Youth Center - Serving Seniors
- Catholic Charities of Maine - Independent Support Services
- Central/Western Maine Workforce Investment - WorkReady Credential Program
- HealthReach Network MaineGeneral Counseling
- HealthReach RSVP - Bone Builders Program
- Hospice Volunteers of Somerset County - Supporting Somerset County Families
- Hospice Volunteers of Waterville Area - End of Life Direct Care
- Kennebec Behavioral Health - Co-Occurring Disorders Program
- Kennebec Valley Community Action Program - Transportation
- Literacy Volunteers of Franklin/Somerset
- Literacy Volunteers - Waterville Affiliate
- Maine Chapter, National MS Society - Case Management Services
Central Maine CA$H Coalition
- older adults living in isolations are identified and assisted to remain independent
- available resources, such as 211, are known and accessed
- self-sufficiency is promoted through on-going communication and education
- basic needs and safety issues for older adults are addressed
- employment skills training is available
- employment barriers are addressed and reduced
- greater independence for all populations is supported
- financial stability is supported