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Volunteer Transportation Network  VTN

Come join us! This program in partnership with People Plus and the Bath PD provides free rides for residents who cannot drive themselves to medical appointments, to the pharmacy, grocery shopping, or the food pantry. Since early 2021 up to fourteen volunteer drivers have provided essential rides to residents in our communities, driving over 6000 miles. We currently have four committed drivers and we would love to welcome you to the team. Contact us for more information or sign up as a volunteer driver or as a rider at People Plus.

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MidCoast Connector


MidCoast Connector arranges transportation to non-emergency medical appointments for eligible MaineCare members with no means of driving themselves, living in Sagadahoc, Waldo, and Knox Counties and in Brunswick and Harpswell. To check if you are eligible for transportation to a non-emergency medical appointment simply call the toll free number at (855) 930-7900 two full business days prior to your medical appointment and speak to one of our customer service representatives.


Hours are

Mon-Fri 7:00am to 5pm

Toll free: (855) 930-7900

Fax 207-218-1159 


When calling to schedule transportation to a medical appointment with MidCoast Connector, here is what you will need to know:

  • Full name, date of birth, address, and telephone number of the MaineCare member with the medical appointment.

  • MaineCare members card number

  • Medical provider’s name, physical address and telephone number

  • Directions to the medical provider’s location

  • If any special accommodations are needed

  • Date and time of appointment

Western Maine Transportation Services 

The BlueLine Commuter bus serves the area between Lewiston-Auburn and Bath, Maine. Stops include the Auburn Bus Station, Lewiston Oak St. Bus Station, Lisbon Falls Park & Ride, Brunswick Station, and the Topsham Fair Mall. Check the schedule here.

Disability Parking Placards and License Plates


Have You Ever Thought about Disability Parking Placards or License Plates?


If you or your partner have been diagnosed with a temporary or permanent disability, a disability placard or license plate that allows the use of disabled parking places and free parking in metered spaces for twice the time limit could make grocery shopping or appointments just a little easier. Maine's Bureau of Motor Vehicles offers several options for Maine residents. Qualification standards include a severely limited ability to walk, severe lung disease, the use of portable oxygen, certain cardiac conditions or if a mother is recovering from childbirth (temporary placards only).


Apply for Disability Plates/Placards (Form PS-18) with the medical certification section completed by a medical professional, your physician, physician's assistant, nurse practitioner or registered nurse.


Send your application by mail to:

Disability Clerk

Bureau of Motor Vehicles

29 State House Station

Augusta, ME 04333;


You may also submit your application by fax to (207) 624-9204 or apply in person at a Maine BMV office. The placards and plates are free of charge; however, you will need to pay your vehicle registration fee.


For additional information regarding the issuance of disability plates or placards please contact the Bureau of Motor Vehicles at (207) 624-9000, extension 52149 or by email:

Walking With a Doc

Walk with a Doc is a walking program for everyone interested in taking steps for a healthier lifestyle. You’ll take a few minutes to learn about a current health topic from a healthcare professional, then spend the rest of the hour enjoying a healthy walk and fun conversation. It’s a great way to get out, get active, and enjoy all the benefits that come from walking. Walk your own pace and distance. Check the flyer for Brunswick and Topsham here.

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

Bath Area Family YMCA

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


Healthy Living for ME

Healthy Living for ME delivers programs to help adults manage chronic health conditions, prevent falls, and foster well-being. Programs include “A Matter of Balance” and “Tai Chi for Health and Balance” classes.

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