Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

Vaccine Resources

Please visit the Maine Office of the Governor Vaccination website for the most up to date information about the vaccine.
Maine CDC Vaccine FAQ section
Vaccination Sites
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Under the Economic Impact Section:
Please replace the current AARP Tax-Aide info with the following:

Tax Prep Resources

Please call Southern Maine Agency on Aging (SMAA) at 207-396-6500 or email SMAA at to connect with a Resource Specialist regarding resource information related to the impact of the Coronavirus. SMAA also provides general resource information for older adults and adults with disabilities on topics such as housing, Medicare, transportation, etc.

We're also adapting many of our programs to continue to serve during this challenging time. Please view our online events calendar to see a complete listing of programs, such as Agewell and Family Caregiver Support, that are offering virtual classes and workshops.

State & National Resources

General Resources

Economic Impact Payments & Taxes/Filing


Benefit Programs/Legal Services

  • If you are having trouble accessing benefit programs or accessing Unemployment consider contacting Maine Equal Justice Partners for assistance at 207-626- 7058 x 205 or
  • To find more information about how the legal system and legal services are being impacted, visit the Pine Tree Legal at  PTL can be reached at 207-774-8211, on Mondays 12:00 PM- 2:30PM, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 9:00 AM-11:30 AM.
  • To access legal assistance for individuals 60 and over, please call the hotline for Legal Services for the Elderly at 1-800-750-5353,
  • Maine Volunteer Lawyers Project is a legal aid organization offering free legal assistance for Mainers with low incomes facing civil legal issues. To find out more information on completing an intake see or call 1-800-422-4293 on Mondays 1:00-3:30 PM. MVLP is now administering the Maine Free Legal Answers program for the state; more information can be obtained at
  • To find out more information about accessing programs such as Food Stamps and MaineCare during this time visit DHHS at

Emotional Support

Caregiver Resources

Food Resources

Meals on Wheels is available in York and Cumberland counties through SMAA. As a result of COVID-19, the current eligibility requirements for Meals on Wheels are:

  • 60 and older AND homebound due to illness or social distancing.
  • Under 60, on SSDI and having difficulty preparing meals and homebound due to illness or social distancing.
  • Under 60, on SSDI and living with someone who is receiving Meals on Wheels and homebound due to illness and social distancing.

Learn more at

Individuals who are not eligible for Meals on Wheels may opt to purchase home-delivered meals through Simply Delivered.

Note: This page was last updated on November 22, 2021 . Please check the CDC website for the most up-to-date information. Thank you!