The Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland and partners in the Catholic community offer a variety of health and support services for those in need. In this section, you will find details, requirements and contact information for:
Providing quality dental and orthodontic services to children, adolescents and adults.
Programs working with blind, visually-impaired and disabled individuals to offer the necessary support and services needed to live full, productive lives.
A packet to assist and educate individuals and families on living wills, establishing a power of attorney, and other aspects of end-of-life care. These materials have been prepared to be consistent with Catholic teachings and state laws.
There are three Catholic hospitals in the Diocese of Portland: St. Joseph Healthcare System in Bangor, St. Mary Regional Medical Center in Lewiston and Mercy Hospital in Portland, a division of Eastern Maine Health Care.
A directory of chaplains who serve in all hospitals operating in Maine.
Programs that offer life-affirming alternatives to abortion as well as assistance and emotional support for mothers and families.
Saint André Health Care in Biddeford offers rehabilitation and skilled medical care, short-term respite care, long-term nursing care, Alzheimer's and dementia care and palliative & hospice care