Maine Women's Shelters
Welcome to our Maine page. We provide listings of shelters, transitional housing, residential treatment centers and women's residential services.
On the lower right we have listed all of the cities in Maine where we have shelters. Search using the list on the right or using our search box below. Where possible we found other services such as government and non profit agencies to help women in need. We hope you find this information helpful.
If you are looking to donate to these shelters, we also provide the phone numbers and contact websites. Unfortunately this list is not all inclusive. If you see we are missing a shelter, please help us by adding it to our list.
Hope House is a non-profit organization providing neighborhood support to families... especially to mothers and their children.View Full Details
Florence House provides safe, supported permanent housing to chronically homeless women in Portland, Maine.View Full Details
Our shelter is a temporary home available to women 18 years and older, with or without children, experiencing domestic violence Shelter services include: basic needs (food, clothing, personal care items) and in-house education programs Individual advocacy/case management is available which includeView Full Details
Safe Voices offers time-limited emergency shelter and support services for victims of domestic violence and their children. Services are provided in a cooperative living arrangement where shelter residents share duties and responsibilities with minimal supervision by the agency. Residents may particView Full Details
We are a homeless shelter for homeless mothers and their children.Ann\'s House is part of Manna, Inc. and is a non-profit organization serving Bangor, Maine and the surrounding communities. At Ann\'s House, we take care to provide our residents with high quality services personalized for their uniquView Full Details
If you are in need of shelter, please contact our hotline at: 866-834-4357We have an emergency shelter in Portland, MaineOur shelter is a temporary home available to women 18 years and older, with or without children, experiencing domestic violenceShelter services include: basic needs (food, clothinView Full Details
Provides a domestic violence shelter. Crisis line for emergencies - 207-255-4785View Full Details
The Next Step Domestic Violence Project is a private, nonprofit organization devoted to serving the needs of people affected by domestic violence through education and social change. Crisis line for emergencies - 207-667-4606. Services provided: Animal safe homes, community education, courtView Full Details
Provides a domestic violence shelter. Crisis line for emergencies - 207-564-8401View Full Details
Provides a domestic violence shelter. Crisis line for emergencies - 207-563-2404. Mission: New Hope for Women offers support to people in Lincoln, Knox and Waldo counties affected by domestic and dating violence and provides educational resources to assist our communities in creating a safer andView Full Details