Non-Labor Resources

All people 6+ months or older are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination. Many locations are also offering drop-in vaccinations with no appointment necessary. For more information and to find a location near you, visit:

Maine DHHS remains committed to making vaccination as accessible as possible. With as few as 10 confirmed patients, any community partner, (employer, school, religious organization, community group, etc.) can organize a pop-up clinic to bring vaccinations to their community.

To host a clinic, fill out this online application.

The Maine Immunization Program at the Maine CDC will connect all approved applicants with a medical provider. The applicant or their designee will work with the assigned medical provider to finalize logistics. The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) can assist by providing guidance on clinic preparations. For questions or more information on vaccination clinics, please contact

WIC is a supplemental nutrition program serving thousands of Maine families. Services include:

  • Healthy foods, including fruits and veggies, milk, whole grains, infant foods and formula
  • Nutrition Education and Consultation
  • Breastfeeding Support, including breastfeeding supplies and weight checks
  • Referrals to other necessary services

Who can apply for the Maine WIC Nutrition Program?

WIC is open to anyone living in Maine, including migrants working in Maine.

Applicants can be any of the following categories:

  • Women who are pregnant
  • Women who are breastfeeding or had a baby in the last six months.
  • Infants and children up to the age of five, including adopted and foster children.
  • Fathers may apply for their children

Current household income and reduced income due to loss of employment are considered when applying:

For more information, visit the DHHS WIC web page

  • TANF provides cash assistance to families while they work towards becoming self-sufficient. Once enrolled in TANF you may also be eligible for help receiving job training and education.
  • Who may be eligible?
    • Families with dependent children living in their home
    • Pregnant women
  • For more information, visit

  • If you recently lost health insurance through your job, or even if you’ve been uninsured for a while, you may qualify for a free or low-cost health plan through MaineCare or the Health Insurance Marketplace. Some coverage options have deadlines to sign up, so don’t delay – learn more and find out if you qualify by visiting
  • Even if you plan to be back to work soon, it’s worth signing up now to make sure you’re covered for an unexpected illness or accident, doctor’s visits, prescriptions, and more.
  • During these challenging times, make health care coverage one less thing to worry about: visit or call (800) 965-7476 for free, local help to find the affordable plan that’s right for you.
  • For more information on services from the Department of Health and Human Services, such as TANF and food supplement benefits, visit the DHHS Program Services web page

  • Need help paying rent or utilities? The Emergency Rental Assistance Program helps eligible renters affected by COVID-19. Learn more at  
  • To find other information about rent relief, fuel assistance, food supplement benefits, and other general assistance, please call 211 or visit