How can I apply for MaineCare?

You will need to go to your local Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) office for an application. Below is information about what you will need to bring with you when you are applying for MaineCare and an explanation on how to use your MaineCare card.

What is MaineCare?

MaineCare is a health insurance program for low-income Maine residents who have a disability, child, or meet income eligibility guidelines *.

* For more information about the income guidelines please contact your local DHHS office.

What are the services that MaineCare covers?

Regular Office Visits
Well checkups and sick visits
Preventive health care
Some surgery at rural health clinics.
Hospital Care
Inpatient / outpatient
Emergency care
Ambulance services
Nursing facilities
Labs and x-rays
Surgery

For Mothers and Children

Early intervention
Well child screenings
Service before or after the birth of a baby
Midwifery/delivery
Therapies
Speech / language
Vision screening / eyeglasses
Hearing tests / hearing aids
Physical and occupational therapy
Mental health
Substance abuse

Other

Chiropractic services
Dental work
Developmental and behavioral services
Medical equipment and supplies
Family planning
Screening for Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD)
Prescriptions
Day nursing / personal care

Is there a co payment on services?

There is a $3 co-payment for medical services and a $2.50 co-payment on prescription medications.

How do you apply for MaineCare?

To apply for MaineCare you need to go to the local Department of Health and Human Services office, and ask for a MaineCare application.

You may also ask for a MaineCare application over the phone or by having someone else pick one up for you.

Where are the Local DHHS Offices located?

Franklin County:

114 Corn Shop Lane, Farmington, Maine 04938 Phone: (207) 778-8400 or 1-800-442-6382. Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5 p.m.

Androscoggin County (Livermore/Livermore Falls Residents):

200 Main St., Lewiston, Maine 04240 Phone: (207) 795-4300 or 1-800-482-7517. Hours: Monday-Friday 8-5 p.m.

Kennebec County (Vienna residents):

221 State St., Augusta, Maine 04333 Phone: (207) 287-3707.

What happens after you turn in the MaineCare application?

If you qualify, you will receive a letter saying that you qualify for MaineCare as soon as eligibility is determined. If some of the individuals that are applying for medical assistance are eligible and some are not, the notice will specify who is eligible or who is not eligible for medical services.

How will I know if I don’t qualify for MaineCare?

A notification letter will be sent to you. The letter will state that you do not qualify for medical services. The letter will also give the reasons why you do not qualify, information from the MaineCare handbook that will support the decision of why you do not qualify, an explanation of your rights to request a fair hearing, and a recommendation of other medical services that could help you.

What do I have to bring with me when I am applying for MaineCare?

Some form of identification.
Social Security number.
Address-where you live. If you have no address, tell the MaineCare office where you stay.
Proof of residents (could be light bill or phone bill).
Income for ALL household members (this includes gross earnings before deductions). Including money in bank accounts (checking or savings), Credit Union shares, 401k, safety deposits box, stocks, and annuities.
Proof of income from the last 4 weeks.
Current tax return (if self-employed).

You may be asked for more proof if any of the following apply:

Immigration status- Lawfully admitted alien status for each alien household member.
Current utility bills- If you claim utility cost in excess of the standard utility allowance.
Cost for baby-sitting, day care or attended care-while searching for a job, training for work or working.
Medical expenses-Non-reimbursed costs over $35 a month for any person aged 60 years or older or disabled.
Disability

How can I get General Assistance from my local town office?

The information below will explain how to apply for and what to bring with you when requesting general assistance.

What is general assistance?

General Assistance is money provided by towns to individuals who are struggling financially in their community and need assistance to help them get back on their feet. Individual towns may have general assistance funds, but amounts and availability varies by town.

How do I qualify for general assistance?

Your household income must meet income guidelines for your household size. Also, your income must be less than what you need to pay for the basic necessities of food, shelter, heating, electricity, and personal supplies. Every time you re-apply, you will have to show that you are doing everything you have been asked to do to reduce your need for assistance. If you have been working, but quit your job without a good reason or were let go, you are automatically ineligible for 120 days from the date that you quit or were let go.

If you need general assistance, make sure that your request is for help with current bills. General assistance does not usually pay for back bills. If you receive a disconnect notice or an eviction notice do not wait until the last day to apply for general assistance. If you do not fill out the entire application or provide enough information when you apply for general assistance, you will not qualify for assistance. You will be responsible to provide missing information before your application is reviewed.

How do I apply for general assistance?

Go to your local town office and ask for an application.

What do I need to bring with me when applying for general assistance?

Completed application.
Most recent bills and/or other proof of expenses (such as rent/mortgage (eviction notice if applying for help with rent), CMP disconnect notice (if applying for help with your power bill), heating fuel, medical expenses, etc.).
Verification and proof regarding your household income (including everyone living with you).
Doctor’s statement if you are ill, disabled, or mot able to work.

What happens after I apply for general assistance?

Within 24 hours after you apply for general assistance the town manager will give you a written decision explaining if you are or are not eligible for assistance and the reason why. Any assistance granted will be in the form of a voucher payable to a specific vendor only.

You should be aware that if you receive general assistance, you are required to repay the town when you become financially able to do so. If you have applied for Social Security Income (SSI), the town manager will ask you to sign an agreement form that will result in the town being paid back for all of the general assistance issued to you after you applied for Social Security Income. Refusal to sign the form denies your eligibility for general assistance. The money to repay the town is taken from your Social Security Income. Repeat applicants are expected to provide all receipts of money spent in the last 30 days. Also, any past recipient must have completed all the previously required steps of eligibility, such as benefits, assets, and work/education.

Where are the local town offices located in Greater Franklin County?

Avon: Phone: (207) 639-5326, 1116 Rangeley Road, Avon, Hours: 12-5 p.m. Monday and Wednesday. 8-12 p.m. Last Saturday of the month.

Carrabassett Valley: Phone: (207) 235-2645, 1001 Carriage Rd., Carrabassett Valley, Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4 p.m.

Carthage: Phone: (207) 562-8874, 728 Storer Hill Rd., Carthage, Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 1-6 p.m. and Wednesday 9-2 p.m.

Chesterville: Phone: (207) 778-2433, 409 Dutch Gap Rd., Chesterville, Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8:30-4:30 p.m. Thursday 7-9 p.m.

Dixfield: Phone: (207) 562-8151, PO Box 808, 46 Main St., Dixfield, Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4 p.m.

Farmington: Phone: (207) 778-6538, 153 Farmington Falls Rd., Farmington, Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5 p.m.

Industry: Phone: (207) 778-5050, 1033 Industry Rd., Industry, Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 12-7 p.m.

Jay: Phone (207) 897-6785, 99 Main St., Jay, Hours: Monday and Tuesday 8-4 p.m. Wednesday-Friday 8-5 p.m.

Kingfield: Phone: (207) 265-4637, 38 School St., Kingfield, Hours: Monday-Friday 8-12:30 p.m. and 1:30-4:30 p.m.

Livermore Falls: Phone: (207) 897-3321, 2 Main St., Livermore Falls, Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30-4 p.m.

Livermore: Phone: (207) 897-3207, 10 Crash Rd. Livermore, Hours: Monday 8-4 p.m. Tuesday-Friday 9-4 p.m.

New Portland: Phone: (207) 628-4441, PO Box 564, 8 Bennett Hill Rd., New Portland, Hours: Monday and Wednesday 9-11 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday 3-5 p.m.

New Sharon: (207) 778-4046, PO Box 7, 47 Main St., New Sharon, Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2-6 p.m. Saturday 10-2 p.m.

New Vineyard: Phone: (207) 652-2222, PO Box 262, 20 Lake St., New Vineyard, Hours: Monday and Friday 1-6 p.m. Thursday 10:30-5 p.m.

Phillips: Phone: (207) 639-2880, PO Box 96, 1368 Rangeley Rd., Phillips, Hours: Monday-Friday 8-12 p.m. and 1-4:30 p.m.

Rangeley: Phone: (207) 864-3326, PO Box 1070, 15 School St., Rangeley, Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4 p.m.

Stratton/Eustis: Phone: (207) 246-4011, PO Box 154, Main St., Stratton

Strong: Phone: (207) 684-4005, PO Box 34, 83 Church Hill Rd., Strong

Temple: Phone: (207) 778-6680, 245 Temple Rd., Hours: Monday 3-5 p.m. and 6-8:30 p.m. Tuesday 9-11 a.m.

Vienna: Phone: (207) 239-2087, Rt. 41 West Vienna, Open by appointment only.

Weld: Phone: (207) 585-2348, 78 Dixfield Rd., Weld, Hours: Monday and Tuesday 8-1 p.m. Thursday 3-6 p.m.

Wilton: Phone: (207) 645-4961, PO Box 541, Weld Rd., Wilton, Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9-5 p.m.

 

Religious Organizations

Local churches and other religious organizations may have funds available for emergency needs. Contact a local church or religious organization in your community.

Carrabassett Valley
Interfaith Chapel: Phone: (207) 864-3795
Sugarloaf Area Christian Ministry: Phone: (207) 237-2304

Dixfield
Carthage Union Church: Phone: (207) 585-2749
Carthage Seventh Day Adventist: Phone: (207) 562-4677
Dixfield Church of the Nazarene: Phone: (207) 562-7828

Dryden
Dryden United Baptist Church: Phone: (207) 645-3526

East Dixfield
East Dixfield Baptist Church: Phone: (207) 645-4359

East Wilton
East Wilton Union Church: Phone: (207) 645-4297

Farmington
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints: Phone: (207) 778-2093
Fairbanks Union Church: Phone: (207) 778-4038
Farmington Baptist Church: Phone: (207) 778-4705
Farmington Worship Group: Phone: (207) 778-9945 or 778-0731
Henderson Memorial Baptist Church: Phone: (207) 778-2163
Jehovah’s Witness: Phone: (207) 778-3217 or 778-4610
Mt. Blue Assembly of God: Phone: (207) 778-4249
New Hope Baptist Church: Phone: (207) 778-6393
Old South First Congregational Church UCC: Phone: (207) 778-0424
Seventh-Day Adventist: Phone: (207) 779-0749
St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church: Phone: (207) 778-2778 or 778-4773
Temple Shalom Tsafon: Phone: (207) 786-4201
Trinity United Methodist Church: Phone: (207) 778-3921

Farmington Falls
Church of Christ: Phone: (207) 778-2093
Church of the Nazarene: Phone: (207) 778-2210
Friends of Jesus Christ: Phone: (207) 778-2700

Industry
Shorey Chapel: Phone: (207) 474-7383
West Mills Community Church: Phone: (207) 696-5496

Jay
Beans Corner Baptist Church: Phone: (207) 645-2925
Jay Baptist Church: Phone: (207) 897-6110
Jay Regular Baptist Church: Phone: (207) 645-3081
Saint Rose of Lima: Phone: (207) 897-2173
Jay Seventh-Day Adventist Church: Phone: (207) 897-7140

Kingfield
Kingfield First Baptist Church: Phone: (207) 265-4732
Western Mountains Baptist Church: Phone: (207) 265-2408

Livermore Falls
Livermore Falls Church of the Nazarene: Phone: (207) 897-2301
Eaton United Methodist Church: Phone: (207) 897-3063
Emmanuel Assembly of God: Phone: (207) 897-5400
Livermore Falls First Baptist Church: Phone: (207) 897-3063
North Livermore Baptist Church: Phone: (207) 897-5377

New Sharon
New Sharon Congregational Church UCC: Phone: (207) 778-2517

New Vineyard
Kingdom Life Ministries (Open Bible Baptist Church): Phone: (207) 778-9065
Mt. View Bible Church: Phone: (207) 652-2267 or 652-2088

Oquossoc
Our Lady of the Lakes Roman Catholic Church: Phone: (207) 864-3795

Phillips
Lighthouse Baptist Church: Phone: (207) 639-3237
Reeds Mills Baptist Church: Phone: (207) 639-4357
Phillips Shared Ministry: Phone: (207) 639-2201

Rangeley
Church of the Good Shepherd: Phone: (207) 864-3381
Rangeley Congregational Church: Phone: (207) 864-5996
Rangeley Free Baptist Church: Phone: (207) 864-5251
St. Luke’s Roman Catholic Mission: Phone: (207) 864-3795 or 246-3277

Starks
Starks Church of Christ: Phone: (207) 696-5496

Stratton
St. John’s Catholic Mission: Phone: (207) 864-3795

Strong
Strong Church of the Nazarene: Phone: (207) 684-3281
Living Waters Assembly of God: Phone: (207) 684-3743
Strong United Methodist Church: Phone: (207) 684-36818

Temple
Temple Friends (Quakers): Phone: (207) 778-3168 or 778-2522

Weld
Weld Congregational Church: Phone: (207) 585-2399

Wilton
Calvary Hill Baptist Church: Phone: (207) 645-2343
Wilton First Congregational Church: Phone: (207) 645-2535
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church: Phone: (207) 645-2639
Wilton United Methodist Church: Phone: (2070 645-4885

For more information about general assistance please contact your local town office or each religious organization to see what they can provide you.

Where can I get fuel assistance?

Fuel Assistance

Is a program designed to help low-income individuals in the area who qualify, pay for kerosene, oil, propane, wood, electricity or coal to heat their homes. Contact:

Western Maine Community Action:

Western Maine Community Action (WMCA) is a social service agency that has been providing services for over 40 years to people living in the western mountain region of Maine. WMCA is funded with private, local, state and federal money.

The majority of WMCA services are designed to assist low to moderate-income people in Franklin, Androscoggin and Oxford counties. Some of WMCA’s services are available regardless of income. WMCA offers numerous programs and services that include nutrition, health, home ownership, education, training, employment, volunteerism, and heating and energy assistance. The heating and energy assistance program, know as LIHEAP, program runs from October 1 - April 30.

Phone: (207) 645-3764 x 5532 or 1-800-645-9636 x5532, PO Box 200, East Wilton, Maine 04234, 20 Church St., Wilton. tgage@wmca.orgor jfrost@wmca.org. Hours: 8:00-4:30 p.m. Contact: Tania Gage (Livermore and Livermore Falls residents need to contact Community Concepts for more information regarding Fuel Assistance. Vienna residents contact Kennebec Valley Community Action Program.)

Community Concepts:

A Maine non-profit community action agency dedicated to helping people to help themselves. Offices are located in Auburn, South Paris, Rumford and Farmington. Fuel assistance is available through the three offices of Community Concepts for residents of the Livermore/Livermore Falls area. (Franklin County residents contact Western Maine Community Action. Vienna residents contact Kennebec Valley Community Action Program.)

Phone: 743-7716 (Auburn), 364-3721 (Rumford), (743-7716) South Paris

Kennebec Valley Community Action Program (KVCAP)

KVCAP is a non-profit community action program which has been providing services to the people of Kennebec and Somerset counties for more than 35 years. Fuel assistance is available through KVCAP for residents of Vienna. (Franklin County residents contact Western Maine Community Action. Livermore/Livermore Falls residents contact Community Concepts.)

Phone: 1-800-542-8227, Dave Gilpatrick, Housing and LIHEAP Director, 97 Water Street, Waterville

Help for residents of Franklin County provided by Religious Organizations

The churches of Franklin County cooperate to provide emergency fuel assistance to families in need by pooling resources to supplement help available through Western Maine Community Action’s LIHEAP (Low Income Heating and Energy Assistance Program) and ECIP (Energy Crisis Intervention Program). The Franklin County Ecumenical Heating Fund is an outreach ministry of the Farmington Area Ecumenical Ministry (FAEM), designed to provide emergency fuel assistance to any needy family in Franklin County. Individual churches may or may not offer assistance from their own funds. The pastors of cooperating churches refer families in need to Tania Gage at Western Maine Community Action for assistance. Households are encouraged to apply for LIHEAP every year as soon as possible; once qualified, emergency assistance is easier to access. Recipients must be residents of Franklin County.

In the event of a fuel emergency, call Tania Gage at 645-3764, Extension 5523, Monday through Friday, 8:00-4:30 (no holidays). Tania will first apply any federal funds available either under LIHEAP or ECIP. When no federal funds are available, the Ecumenical Heating Fund will cover the cost of delivering 100 gallons of fuel. In the case of families who do not qualify for LIHEAP, but cannot afford fuel, Tania will conduct an interview and may authorize the use of the Ecumenical Heating Fund. Families are encouraged to call during office hours only, since emergency deliveries of fuel on nights and weekends require a special delivery charge.

The Franklin County Ecumenical Heating Fund is dependent upon donations from churches and individuals.

Donations may be sent to:

Franklin County Ecumenical Heating Fund, c/o HMBC, P.O. Box 147, Farmington, ME 04938

For more information, contact: Rev. Susan Crane (778-2163-church, or 897-9466-home) FAEM Coord. for the Franklin County Ecumenical Heating Fund

Where to find General Assistance in Greater Franklin County

Town Offices

Avon: Phone: (207) 639-5326,1116 Rangeley Rd., P.O. Box 330, Avon, Hours: 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday. 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Saturday.

Carrabassett Valley: Phone: (207) 235-2645, 1001 Carriage Rd., Carrabassett Valley, Hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

Carthage: Phone: (207) 562-8874, 728 Storer Hill Rd., Carthage, Maine 04285, HC 67 Box 765, Dixfield, Hours: Tuesday and Wednesday 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and Thursday 1-6 p.m.

Chesterville: Phone: (207) 778-2433, 409 Dutch Gap Rd., Chesterville, Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8:30-4:30 p.m. Thursday 7-9 p.m.

Dallas Plantation: Phone: (207) 864-5991, P.O. Box 460, 436 Dallas Hill Rd., Rangeley, Hours: Monday and Friday 7:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 8:00 a.m. to noon

Dixfield: Phone: (207) 562-8151, PO Box 808, 46 Main St., Dixfield, Hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

Farmington: Phone: (207) 778-6538,153 Farmington Falls Rd., Farmington, Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5 p.m.

Industry: Phone: (207) 778-5050, 1033 Industry Rd., Industry, Summer Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 12 noon-7 p.m.; Winter Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 1-6 p.m.

Jay: Phone: (207) 897-6785, 99 Main St., Jay, Hours: Monday and Tuesday 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesday-Friday 8a.m.-5 p.m.

Kingfield: Phone: (207) 265-4637, 38 School St., Kingfield, Hours: Monday-Friday 8-12:30 p.m. and 1:30-4:30 p.m.

Livermore Falls: Phone: (207) 897-3321 or 897-2016, 2 Main St., Livermore Falls, 04254, Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

Livermore: Phone: (207) 897-3207, 10 Crash Road, Livermore, Hours: Monday 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Friday 9a.m.-4 p.m.

New Portland: Phone: (207) 628-4441, P. O. Box 629, 901 River Rd., New Portland, Hours: Monday thru Wednesday 11 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and Thursday 2-7 p.m.

New Sharon: Phone: (207) 778-4046, PO Box 7, 47 Main St., New Sharon, Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 1-6 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

New Vineyard: Phone: (207) 652-2222, Address: PO Box 262, Location: 20 Lake St., New Vineyard, Hours: Monday and Friday 1-6 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

Phillips: Phone: (207) 639-3561, PO Box 96, 22 Main Street, Phillips, Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-4 p.m. Town Clerk hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:00-5:00 p.m. and Saturdays 8:00-10:00 a.m.

Rangeley: Phone: (207) 864-3326, PO Box 1070, 15 School St., Rangeley, Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4 p.m.

Rangeley Plantation: Phone: (207) 864-5155, PO Box 308, Rangeley, Hours: Monday-2-6 p.m. Tuesday, Wed. and Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Closed noon to 1:00 for lunch. Closed Thursdays.

Sandy River Plantation: Phone: (207) 864-2234, 33 Town Hall Rd, Sandy River Plantation, Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., closed 12:00-12:30 for lunch.

Stratton/Eustis: Phone: (207) 246-4401, PO Box 350, Main St., Stratton, Hours: Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m.-3 p.m.; Friday 8 a.m. - noon

Strong: Phone: (207) 684-4005, PO Box 263, 14 So. Main Street, Strong. Hours: Monday, Thursday, and Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Tuesday, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Town Clerk Hours: Tuesday 8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. and Saturday 8-10 a.m.

Temple: Phone: (207) 778-6680, 258 Temple Rd., Hours: Mondays 3-5 p.m. and 6-8:30 p.m. and Tuesdays 9-11 a.m.

Vienna: Phone: (207) 239-2087, P.O. Box 38, Rt. 41, West Vienna, open by appointment only.

Weld: Phone: (207) 585-2348, P.O. Box 87, 23 Mill St, Weld, Hours: Monday and Tuesday 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursday 8 a.m.-1:00 p.m. and 3-6 p.m.

Wilton: Phone: (207) 645-4961, PO Box 541, 158 Weld Rd., Wilton, Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9-5. Closed Wednesdays.

Religious Organizations

Churches and religious organizations may have funds available for emergency needs. Contact a local church or religious organization in your community.

Carrabassett Valley: Interfaith Chapel Phone: (207) 864-3795 Sugarloaf Area Christian Ministry (207) 237-2304

Chesterfield: North Chesterfield Baptist Church Phone: (207) 562-8293

Dixfield: Carthage Union Church Phone: (207) 585-2749 - Carthage Seventh Day Adventist Church Phone: (207) 562-4677 - Dixfield Church of Nazarene Phone: (207) 562-7828 - Dixfield Common Baptist Church Phone: (207) 562-9259 - Dixfield Congregational Church Phone: (207) 562-7508 - Dixfield Seventh-day Adventist Church Phone: (207) 562-8262 - St. Joseph’s Mission Phone: (207) 562-8269

Dryden: Dryden United Baptist Church Phone: (207) 645-3526

East Dixfield: East Dixfield Baptist Church Phone: (207) 645-4359

East Wilton: East Wilton Union Church Phone: (207) 645-4297

Farmington: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Phone: (207) 778-4038 - Fairbanks Union Church Phone: (207) 778-4705 - Farmington Baptist Church Phone: (207) 778-9945 or 778-0731 - Farmington Friends Meeting-Quaker Phone: (207) 645-2845 or 778-3168 - Freedom Rains Ministries Phone: (207) 778-5929 - Henderson Memorial Baptist Church Phone: (207) 778-2463 - Jehovah's Witnesses Phone: (207) 778-3217 or 778-4610 - Mt. Blue Assembly of God Phone: (207) 778-4249 - New Hope Baptist Church Phone: (207) 778-6393 - Old South First Congregational Church UCC Phone: (207) 778-0424 - Seventh-day Adventist (Farmington) Phone: (207) 779-0749 - St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church Phone: (207) 778-2778 or 778-4773 - St. Stephen’s Traditional Anglican Church Phone: (207) 779-1108 - Temple Shalom Tsafon Phone: (207) 786-4201 - Trinity United Methodist Church Phone: (207) 778-3921

Farmington Falls: Farmington Falls Church of Christ Phone: (207) 778-2093 - Farmington Falls Church of the Nazarene Phone: (207) 778-2210 - Farmington Falls Union Baptist Church, Farmington Falls, Me. Friends of Jesus Christ (207) 778-2700

Industry: Shorey Chapel Phone: (207) 474-7383 - West Mills Community Church Phone: (207) 696-5496

Jay: Bartlett Memorial United Methodist Church Phone: (207) 645-4885 - Beans Corner Baptist Church Phone: (207) 645-2925 - Jay Baptist Church (207) 897-6110 - North Jay Regular Baptist Church Phone: (207) 645-3081 - Saint Rose of Lima Phone: (207) 897-2173 - Jay Seventh Day Adventist Church Phone: (207) 897-4697

Kingfield: Kingfield First Baptist Church Phone: (207) 265-4732 - Kingfield United Methodist Church Phone: (207) 265-4921 - Salem United Methodist Church Phone: (207) 684-3681 - Western Mountains Baptist Church Phone: (207) 265-2408 or (207) 265-2402

Livermore: East Livermore Presbyterian Church: Phone: (207) 224-7590 - Wayside Bible Baptist Church Phone: (207) 897-2598

Livermore Falls: Eaton United Methodist Church Phone: (207) 897-3063 - Emmanuel Assembly of God Phone: (207) 897-5400 - Livermore Falls First Baptist Church Phone: (207) 897-2656 - Livermore Falls Church of the Nazarene Phone: (207) 897-2301 - Livermore Falls United Pentecostal Church Phone: (207) 897-4995 - Sunshine Ministries of Word Faith Phone: (207) 897-5700

New Sharon: New Sharon Church of Christ Phone: (207) 778-2390 - New Sharon Congregational Church UCC Phone: (207) 778-2517 - New Sharon United Methodist Church Phone: (207) 778-2385

New Vineyard: Kingdom Life Ministries (Open Bible Baptist Church) Phone: (207) 778-9065 - Mt. View Bible Church Phone: (207) 652-2267 or 652-2088

Oquossoc: Oquossoc Union Log Church Phone: (207) 864-5838 - Our Lady of the Lakes Roman Catholic Church Phone: (207) 864-3795 or (207) 246-3277

Phillips: LightHouse Baptist Church Phone: (207) 639-3237 - Reeds Mills Baptist Church Phone: (207) 639-4357 - Phillips Shared Ministry Phone: (207) 491-5353

Rangeley: Church of the Good Shepherd Phone: (207) 864-3381 - Rangeley Congregational Church Phone: (207) 864-5966 - Rangeley Free Baptist Church Phone: 864-5251 - St. Luke's Roman Catholic Mission Phone: (207) 864-3795 or 246-3277

Starks: Starks Church of Christ Phone: (207) 696-5496

Stratton: Calvary Bible Church Phone: (207) 246-4652 or 246-7895 - St. John's Catholic Mission Phone: (207) 864-3795

Strong: Living Waters Assembly of God Phone: (207) 684-3743 - Strong Church of the Nazarene Phone: 684-3281 - Strong United Methodist Church Phone: (207) 684-3681

Temple: Temple Friends (Quakers) Phone: (207) 778-3168 or 778-2522

Weld: Weld Congregational Church Phone: (207) 585-2399

Wilton: Calvary Hill Baptist Church Phone: (207) 645-3526 - Crossroads Community Church Phone: (207) 778-9879 - St. Luke's Episcopal Church Phone: (207) 645-2639 - Wilton First Apostolic Church Phone: (207) 645-4901 - Wilton First Congregational Church Phone: (207) 645-2535 - Wilton United Methodist Church Phone: (207) 645-4885