Serving the Maine Communities of Franklin County, Livermore & Livermore Falls

Responding to Emergencies and Meeting Basic Human Needs

Care and Share Food Closet

Serves – residents from the towns of Farmington, West Farmington, Farmington Falls, New Sharon, Chesterville, Temple, New Vineyard, New Portland and North New Portland who meet federal eligibility guidelines for food insecurity. Provides – a 4-5 day supply of food per household once a month.

Open – Monday from 12 noon to 2 PM and 5 PM to 7 PM; Tuesday — Friday from 12 noon to 2 PM; Saturday from 9 AM to 10 AM (Monday — Thursday during the summer months)

508 Fairbanks Rd., Farmington, ME 04938

Contact: Leiza Hilts-Scerbo, (207) 778-0508


Rural Community Action Ministry

Rural Community Action Ministry

Housing and homelessness prevention programs including housing rehabilitation, shelter, and financial and technical assistance. Primarily serves Livermore in United Way of the Tri-Valley Area service area.

81 Church Hill Rd., Leeds, ME 04263.

Contact: Janice Daku, (207) 524-5095


Safe Voices

Safe Voices

Franklin County outreach, emergency services, and community education for survivors of domestic violence, including court advocacy, support groups, children’s and youth services, and emergency shelter.

PO Box 713, Auburn, ME 04212

Contact: Elise Johansen, (207) 795-6744.

Helpline 1-800-559-2927 or (207) 778-6107 (Franklin County).


Western Maine Community Action

Western Maine Community Action

Helping residents of Franklin County access heating assistance and other resources.

20 A Church St., PO Box 200, E. Wilton, ME 04234

Contact: Jim Trundy, (207) 645-3764


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