Welcome to our Faith Based Clergy Services Program, exclusively serving the immigrant and BIPOC communities in Lewiston and Auburn, Maine. Our program is committed to providing spiritual and emotional support to individuals and families who may face unique challenges as they navigate life in a new country.
Our team of compassionate and culturally-sensitive clergy members are here to offer a listening ear, prayer, and guidance on matters of faith and personal struggles. We understand that faith plays an integral role in the lives of many in our communities, and we strive to provide a safe and welcoming space for individuals to explore and deepen their spiritual connection.
At our Faith Based Clergy Services Program, we offer a range of services including individual and family counseling, support groups, religious education, and prayer services. Our clergy members are also available to provide guidance and support during significant life events such as weddings, funerals, and other important ceremonies.
We believe that access to spiritual guidance and support is a fundamental human right, and our program is dedicated to providing these services to all members of the immigrant and BIPOC communities in Lewiston and Auburn, Maine. We welcome you to reach out to us and learn more about our program and how we can support you on your spiritual journey.
Welcome to our Substance Use Prevention Program for the immigrant and BIPOC communities in Lewiston and Auburn, Maine. We understand that substance use and addiction can affect individuals and families from all backgrounds, and we are committed to providing culturally-responsive prevention services to support our communities.
Our program offers education, resources, and support to help individuals and families prevent and overcome substance use. We work closely with community organizations and leaders to ensure that our services are accessible, inclusive, and tailored to the needs of the immigrant and BIPOC communities.
Our prevention services include workshops and trainings on substance use, mental health, and wellness, as well as individual and family counseling services. We also provide referrals to treatment services and support groups for those who are struggling with addiction.
At our Substance Use Prevention Program, we believe in the power of community to support each other in making healthy choices and creating positive change. We invite you to join us in this effort to promote health, wellness, and resilience in our immigrant and BIPOC communities in Lewiston and Auburn, Maine.
Welcome to our food support program for immigrants and BIPOC communities in Lewiston and Auburn, Maine. Our program is committed to addressing food insecurity and ensuring that our communities have access to culturally appropriate foods.
We understand that access to healthy and culturally appropriate food can be a challenge for immigrant and BIPOC communities. Therefore, we provide weekly food pantries with a wide range of culturally diverse and nutritious foods. Our pantries include fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy products, grains, and protein sources.
Our food support program also offers nutritional education and cooking classes to help individuals and families learn how to prepare healthy and delicious meals using the foods provided in our pantries. Our team of nutritionists and cooking instructors are available to provide assistance and answer any questions you may have.
At our food support program, we recognize that food insecurity can be a sensitive issue for many people. Therefore, we provide a welcoming and non-judgmental environment where individuals and families can feel comfortable seeking assistance.
If you or someone you know is struggling with food insecurity, please do not hesitate to reach out to our food support program. We are here to help and committed to providing the resources and support needed to address food insecurity in our communities.