This page has been edited to reflect services available while “social distancing” requirements are in effect.
Southern Maine Area Agency on Aging (SMAAA) resource specialist Zany is available by e-mail (email@example.com) or phone (207-835-9866). She is not working at the Merrill Library while it is closed, but can help connect you to local and state resources for things like assisted living, housing, benefits, transportation, and more. She can also help fill out applications.
Yarmouth Cares About Neighbors is supporting an Aging In Place (AIP) initiative in Yarmouth, led by Leigh Kirchner with support from a large group of volunteers. We interpret Aging In Place to mean: the ability to live in one’s home and community safely, independently, and comfortably regardless of age, income, or ability level.
Yarmouth Aging In Place produces a quarterly newsletter, and you may read the most recent edition by clicking here. To read earlier issues, please see below.
If you have questions about, or suggestions for needed services, or would like to participate, please call Leigh at 207-712-7244 or e-mail her: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Services available now:
- Yarmouth AIP quarterly newsletter:
- Health Services and Support
- Economic Security
- Volunteer Services
- The Phone Pal Program offers a volunteer who will regularly call you for a friendly chat, providing connections and someone you can talk to about everyday life.
Senior Tax Assistance in Yarmouth (STAY)
To receive an application, you may either
- print one from the website here, or
- call Yarmouth Town Hall at 846-9036 x212,
provide your name and address, and
request an application be mailed to you
To return an application, you may either:
- Mail it to:
Attn: Town Clerk, Town of Yarmouth, 200 Main St, Yarmouth, ME 04096
- Drop it off outside the back door to Yarmouth Town Hall
in the drop box (plastic tote at the moment)
The deadline is April 30, 2020. If it is extended by the Town Council, that will be publicized.