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Seek Elderly Alone Renew Courage & Hope

The program aims to enable vulnerable seniors to remain independent and create a long-term support system to meet their needs.

Meals on Wheels

The Meals on Wheels program provides delicious, nutritionally balanced meals for homebound individuals 60 years of age and older and to persons with a disability who are unable to prepare a meal due to physical or mental limitations, or who have no one to prepare a meal for them.

Bath Area Family YMCA

The Y for youth development, for healthy living, for social responsibility Schedules

Patten Free Library Homebound Delivery Service


Who is eligible?

Residents of Bath, Arrowsic, Georgetown, West Bath and Woolwich who have a PFL library card and cannot visit the library in person.


Free delivery service is intended for individuals confined to their homes due to age, illness, or disability. We deliver to cardholders who live independently and those in assisted living facilities. Up to six library items can be borrowed at a time There are no fines or fees for this service.


Borrowers are responsible for replacement cost of lost or damaged items. On the day of the delivery your items will be checked out for four weeks and a volunteer or library staff person will contact you to confirm the delivery time and details.


Contact us! 443-5141 ext. 23 or email

People Plus Brunswick

The mission of People Plus is to support an engaged, healthy, and independent life for older adults, while joining others to build community for all ages.

Bath Area Senior Citizens Activity Center

Bath-Brunswick Respite Care

Bath-Brunswick Respite Care is a licensed, non-profit adult day service program. For 32 years they have been providing services to families living with Alzheimer’s and other dementia Our day program, “The Club,” provides time-off for caregivers and is joyful for participants. They also offer two support groups for caregivers.

Call 729-8571 | 9 Park Street, Bath, ME  |

Interested in Learning Something New?

Check out Age-Friendly UMaine Resources

Maine’s first age-friendly public university is committed to the 10 principles of Age-Friendly Universities offering many and varied on-campus, online, and off-campus opportunities for engagement, learning, volunteering, or entertainment.

Another great way to meet other people is to volunteer.

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