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  • Title: 211 Maine — Get Connected. Get Answers.
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Find Help.. Search the 211 Directory.. Disaster Preparedness.. Disclaimer.. Give Help.. How to Become Part of the Directory.. Volunteer Maine.. Volunteer Opportunities with 2-1-1 Maine.. 211 tools.. Data Reports.. Marketing Tools.. About 211.. What is 2-1-1?.. How When to Use 2-1-1.. Contact us.. General Contact.. Program Director.. Resource Department Manager.. Resource Coordinators.. Job Opportunities.. Interpreters.. Qualifications.. Training.. Registration.. Directory.. Subscribe.. 2-1-1 Maine.. June 1, 2011.. 2-1-1 Maine is a comprehensive statewide directory of over 8,000 health and human services available in Maine.. The toll free 2-1-1 hotline connects callers to trained call specialists who can help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.. Finding the answers to health and human services questions and locating resources is as quick and easy as dialing 2-1-1 or visiting.. www.. 211maine.. org.. Vet to Vet Project.. July 23, 2014.. The Vet to Vet Project, a program of Southern Maine Agency on Aging, matches volunteers who are veterans themselves with veterans in York and Cumberland Counties who are aging or have disabilities.. The volunteer visits the veteran in his or her home, chats and swaps stories, and provides much-needed companionship.. Read the full article.. Summer Food Service Program.. July 8, 2014.. The Summer Food Service Program  ...   Cooperative Extension invites military families to 4-H Science Fun at four libraries across the state.. Each library will offer different science activities.. The event is open to all youth, ages 5-13 years old.. VolunteerMaine Has New Website.. May 22, 2014.. VolunteerMaine has a new website to explore volunteer opportunities, find out about organizations needing volunteers, events information, disaster response information and the Day of Caring information.. Visit the new VolunteerMaine website to login and join the volunteer network.. Special Enrollment for 2014 Health Coverage.. April 16, 2014.. Open enrollment is over but you may still have an option to get health coverage through the Marketplace.. You can buy a private health plan through the Marketplace only if you have a qualifying life event.. Maine Summer Camp.. March 19, 2014.. Summer camp enrollment time is here.. Maine Summer Camps is a nonprofit organization that represents over 100 summer camp and adventure programs.. The online Maine Camp Finder is searchable by type of camp and session length.. Visit Find Your Maine Summer Camp and explore the many options.. Camp types include family, coed, boys and girls.. [ ].. Previous Entries.. 211 Resources.. Keep ME Well.. Maine Housing Locator.. Copyright © 2009 2-1-1 Maine.. All Rights Reserved..

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  • Title: Find Help - 211maine.org
    Descriptive info: 2-1-1 Maine connects Maine callers to information about health and human services available in their communities and is part of a national movement being delivered by participating United Ways and states.. 2-1-1 represents a better and easier way to find answers to a wide range of issues including, but not limited to:.. Alzheimer’s Resources.. Basic needs food, clothing, shelter.. Counseling.. Crisis intervention.. Child development.. Children’s health and insurance.. Childcare.. Consumer help.. Disability services.. Elder care.. Emergency shelter.. Energy assistanceParentingFinancial assistance.. Health care.. HIV/AIDS testing.. Home care.. Legal assistance.. Maternal/child health services.. Suicide prevention.. Substance abuse education programs.. Senior services.. Transportation..

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  • Title: Disaster Preparedness - 211maine.org
    Descriptive info: American Red Cross.. Business Owners.. Carbon Monoxide Safety.. Consumer Financial Assistance.. Crisis Intervention.. Disabled Persons Needs.. Drinking Water.. Environmental Issues.. Families and Children.. Federal Emergency Management Agency.. Flood Damage Assessment Process.. Flooded Oil Tanks.. Flu.. Food Safety.. Information and Referral.. Maine Emergency Management Agency.. Maine Prepares.. Mold Control.. Multicultural Communities.. Pet Safety.. Returning Home.. Road Closures.. Septic Systems.. Shelters.. State of Maine.. Tree Safety.. Volunteers.. Weather.. Winter Safety.. AMERICAN RED CROSS.. American Red Cross link provides information for preparing and getting trained for an emergency.. It includes how to prepare your family and home, how to prepare your workplace, and how to get trained.. redcross.. American Red Cross link provides information for disaster recovery and ideas on how to make plans to ensure safety in future disasters.. BUSINESS OWNER.. American Red Cross link provides information on preparing your workplace and employees for emergencies.. Ready Business link provides information on how to plan and prepare for emergencies.. ready.. gov.. Small Business Administration link provides information on preparing your business and getting back to business after a disaster.. sba.. CARBON MONOXIDE SAFETY.. Maine Emergency Management Agency link to information on warning signs of Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning and how to avoid Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning.. maine.. CONSUMER FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE.. The Bureau of Consumer Credit Protection is available to assist consumers who need information or help in contacting lenders to revise payment schedules or to discuss other actions that might ease their financial burden.. If payments will be late, all customers are encouraged to contact their lenders as soon as possible.. They are also urged to get in touch with the Department of Professional and Financial Regulation if they have questions or concerns.. The Bureau of Consumer Credit Protection can be reached by calling toll-free.. 1-800-332-8529.. The Bureau of Financial Institutions can be contacted by calling 1-800-965-5235.. CRISIS INTERVENTION.. For assistance dealing with mental health issues please contact the statewide crisis hotline at 1-888-568-1112.. DISABLED PERSONS NEEDS.. Maine Emergency Management Agency link provides information if your household includes someone with unique needs.. This site provides specific ideas on how to promote safety and emergency preparedness.. DRINKING WATER.. Maine Emergency Management Agency link provides information on water testing on the State Drinking Water Program website at:.. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES.. Maine Department of Environmental Protection link provides information about environmental concerns at 800-482-0777 or online at.. FAMILIES AND CHILDREN.. American Red Cross link provides information on assistance after an emergency on contacting family members, shelter and supplies, and what to do after the disaster.. American Red Cross Family Disaster Plan.. American Red Cross link provides information on how to prepare families for disasters.. FEMA for Kids is a friendly site with information and games related to disasters.. http://www.. gov/kids.. U.. S.. Department of Homeland Security link is a fun site with links to games, facts, creating a kit, and making a plan.. FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY.. Federal Emergency Management Agency provides comprehensive emergency/disaster management system of preparedness, protection, response, recovery, and mitigation.. fema.. FLOOD DAMAGE ASSESSMENT PROCESS.. When floodwaters fully recede, federal, state and local officials begin assessing the impact of flooding and arrive at an estimate of the cost of damages.. If the damages exceed thresholds set by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the governor would ask President Obama to declare a major disaster.. The request could seek two types of assistance – for individuals  ...   mold, large buildings and mold, schools and mold and indoor air quality, and other mold related resources.. epa.. MULTICULTURAL COMMUNITIES.. The Maine Office of Multicultural Affairs is available for any questions that relate to the multicultural communities.. PET SAFETY.. ASPCA link provides disaster preparedness information on rescue alert stickers, arranging for a safe haven, emergency supplies and traveling kits.. aspca.. American Veterinarian Medical Association link provides information on animal disaster plans and resources for veterinarians, pet owners and others interested in the well being of animals.. avma.. How to take care of your pets during emergency planning and emergencies.. RETURNING HOME: RECORD-KEEPING.. Taking pictures is a very effective way of showing the damage to your property.. If you need a camera, remember the disposable cameras you can buy in a grocery or drug store.. After an emergency, if you have had to leave your home or your home was damaged in any way, it is important to document all of the costs you have had.. Keep complete records of losses and disaster-related expenses even if you don t have insurance coverage.. These are helpful in applying for State or federal aid that may become available and for allowable income tax deductions.. Most disaster losses are deductible for income tax purposes.. Always take pictures of any damages.. Photographs of damaged homes or objects are excellent evidence of the impact on your home or possessions.. Include records on the following:.. All actual losses, including furniture, clothes, paintings, artifacts, food, and equipment, even if you don t intend to replace them.. All disaster-related expenses.. This includes the additional cost of living, if any, for your family and you, such as motel and restaurant bills, temporary rental of cars or home rental.. Clean-up expenses, rented equipment, and depreciation of equipment purchases.. Restoration expenses, including all labor and material purchased and other costs to return your home to its prior condition.. After completing your list of losses, have two or three of your neighbors sign the list as witnesses.. Make sure they inspect all damaged material, so they can vouch for the list s accuracy.. Try to document the value of each object lost.. Include bills of sale, cancelled checks, charge account records or prior insurance evaluations.. If you don t have these, estimate the value, purchase place, and date of purchase.. Include this information with your list.. After the clean up, make an inventory of your household and document it with pictures or receipts.. Keep it in a safe deposit box or in another safe place away from the area.. ROAD CLOSURES.. Maine Department of Transportation Travel Information Service provides 5 minute updates.. on road closures.. Dial 511 or visit website.. 511maine.. SEPTIC SYSTEMS.. United States Department of Environmental Protection link provides information on what to do after a flood.. SHELTERS.. Shelters will be posted as they become available.. STATE OF MAINE.. For up to date information on storm details visit.. TREE SAFETY.. Maine Emergency Management link provides information on safety about chain saws, tree chippers, tree trimming and tree removal.. VOLUNTEERS.. Persons wanting to volunteer should not report directly to the affected areas unless directed by a particular agency.. volunteermaine.. WEATHER.. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) link provides weather updates.. nws.. noaa.. WINTER SAFETY: PREVENTING HYPOTHERMIA.. Maine Emergency Management link provides information on hypothermia prevention information from the Maine CDC.. state.. me.. us..

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  • Title: Disclaimer - 211maine.org
    Descriptive info: 2-1-1 Maine, Inc.. makes no representations, guarantees or warranties as to the accuracy, completeness, currency or suitability for any purpose of the information provided through 2-1-1 Maine online.. specifically disclaims any and all liability for any claims or damages that may arise as a result of providing the 2-1-1 Maine Online web site or the information it contains, or that may arise with respect to any web sites maintained by third parties linked to from 2-1-1 Maine online.. Neither the 2-1-1 Maine, Inc.. , nor any officer, employee or contractor warrants the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of any information published by this system, nor endorses any content, viewpoints, products or services linked from this system, and  ...   system does so at his or her own risk.. 2-1-1 Maine online web pages contain links to various other websites operated by other government agencies, nonprofit organizations and private businesses.. When you link to another site, you are no longer on the 2-1-1 Maine online site and our Privacy Statement will not apply.. When you link to another web site, you are subject to the privacy policy of that new site.. Links to web sites outside 2-1-1 Maine online are offered solely for your convenience.. is not responsible for and has no control over the policies or content of any third-party sites.. advises you to read the policies of any third-party sites accessed through this site..

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  • Title: Give Help - 211maine.org
    Descriptive info: 2-1-1 Maine succeeds in part because Mainers have a history of offering services and supports to others in their community.. There are many ways you can help, either by becoming an agency listed in the 2-1-1 Maine database or offering to volunteer at agencies and organizations across Maine, day-to-day or during times of emergencies or disasters..  ...   the criteria for inclusion.. Several volunteer positions at 2-1-1 Maine are also listed, and if you are looking for other types of experiences, there is a link to the state volunteer directory,.. Volunteer Maine is a resource that provides easy-access to hundreds of meaningful and varied volunteer opportunities throughout the state and right in your own community..

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  • Title: How to Become Part of the Directory - 211maine.org
    Descriptive info: Providers of health and human services and emergency resource services are encouraged to contact 2-1-1 Maine regarding their organization and services for inclusion in 2-1-1 Maine s Web-based Resource Directory.. There is no charge to be listed in 2-1-1 Maine s Resource Directory 2-1-1.. Please review the document below for information on inclusion/exclusion criteria.. 2-1-1 Maine Resource Directory Inclusion Criteria.. Please contact.. Resources@211maine.. or Nancy Berg, the Resource Manager, at 221-8150 for interest in participating in the Resource Directory..

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  • Title: Volunteer Maine - 211maine.org
    Descriptive info: is a resource that provides easy-access to hundreds of meaningful and varied volunteer opportunities throughout the state and right in your community.. Tutor a nine-year old child in math.. Cross-country ski with a disabled adult.. Share the joy of your beloved pet with seniors at a local nursing home.. Serve on a Board of Directors at a nonprofit organization.. Whatever your volunteer interests,  ...   Click here.. to access Volunteer Maine and make a difference today.. If you are a nonprofit agency, use this resource to register your volunteer opportunities.. VolunteerMaine.. org is a collaborative partnership between United Ways in Maine and the Maine Commission for Community Service.. 2-1-1 Maine and Volunteer Maine have joined hands in promoting simple and efficient solutions to individuals and nonprofits throughout the state..

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  • Title: Volunteer Opportunities with 2-1-1 Maine - 211maine.org
    Descriptive info: Volunteer in the Call Center.. Description:.. Calling for help can often be the hardest part of getting it.. Be that voice on the phone that helps callers with the information they need.. 2-1-1 Maine, a state-wide information and referral line, is looking for a team of volunteers to help call specialists with special projects and when call volume is expected to be high (i.. e.. in times of emergency, during heating season and for special projects).. Volunteer to be the first person people call when they need help.. Volunteers will also assist with the programs follow-up, quality assurance process on a  ...   necessary.. Volunteers will need to have a background check and interview.. Orientation and training are provided.. Contact Karen Turgeon at.. kturgeon@211maine.. or 221-8623.. Volunteer in the Resource Department.. Description:.. The 2-1-1 Maine Resource Department seeks a volunteer to assist with the update of the Resource Directory.. Volunteer duties will include contacting agencies/organizations listed in the directory by phone and/or email.. Duties may expand with experience.. Requirements.. : Excellent phone and communications skills, ability to navigate the Internet, attention to detail and knowledge of Excel, Word and Outlook are required.. Monday through Thursday daytime hours.. Contact Nancy Berg at.. nberg@211maine.. or 221-8150..

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  • Title: 211 tools - 211maine.org
    Descriptive info: Call Reports.. Each month 2-1-1 makes a difference in the lives of hundreds of Mainers.. The data collected from each call provides valuable information about different Maine communities, serving as a barometer of health and human service needs in the state.. Help us spread the word about.. 2-1-1.. in Maine by sharing information about this important community service with your family, friends and co-workers.. Please download any of the following items brochures, posters, bookmarks and let people know that.. is there to help them when they need it..

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  • Title: Data Reports - 211maine.org
    Descriptive info: 2-1-1 Maine Call Reports.. We want to share this information to help in the planning of programs and allocation of resources.. Below you will find the individual call reports listed by month as well as a year-to-date summary of all call data.. If you have any trouble viewing these reports because of their size, please adjust your Microsoft Word zoom button as necessary.. If you have any questions about the information contained in these reports, please contact.. Data Reports 2014.. Data Reports 2013.. Data Reports 2012.. Data Reports – 2011.. Data Reports – 2010.. Data Reports – 2009..

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  • Title: Marketing Tools - 211maine.org
    Descriptive info: Please download any of the following items brochures, posters, bookmarks and let people know that.. 2-1-1.. Search Downloads:.. Popular Downloads.. 2-1-1 FAQs.. Help Starts Here.. Multi Language Flyers.. Logos (4).. 2-1-1 Logo - PDF.. 211 Maine 2 Color.. 211_Maine_YAI_CMYK.. eps.. jpg.. Bookmark (1).. Posters (3).. 2-1-1 Multi-Language Letter Size.. Flyers (1).. Other (1).. [No Downloads found]..

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