The Hope House Health Center is a full time practice in Bangor, Maine that sees patients five days a week. We offer regular medical care, sick care, lab services, psychiatric mediation management, therapy for individuals, couples and groups, and care management services.Learn More
Encouraging healthy living, Hope House Transitional Housing helps people move toward self-sufficiency and successful independent living.
Hope House Transitional Housing provides housing and on-site access to services. Each tenant is given the chance to develop and work on personal independent living goals in a positive, safe, and supportive place.Learn More
When an individual faces a housing crisis, he or she may try sleeping on friends’ spare beds or couches, or camping in a place deemed safe enough. But when winter sets in, sleeping outdoors becomes dangerous, if not fatal. Emergency shelter is a necessity.
In 2014, 724 individuals sought temporary relief at Hope House’s emergency shelter and the kitchen served as many as 1,000 meals a week. After significant renovation and expansion, the Hope House now has a 40-hour-perweek medical clinic and 48 transitional housing units. These programs, along with Case Management and the Home to Stay re-housing program are available to the entire area’s homeless population. Hope House is a low-barrier shelter, available to any adult experiencing a housing crisis.Learn More
Hope House Health & Living Center
179–181 Corporate Drive, Bangor, Maine 04401
Building Hope Campaign
Feel free to contact any of the following individuals to learn more about the Hope House Health and Living Center and the Building Hope Campaign: