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OUR SERVICES & PARTNERSHIPS

Build a Stronger Community. 

Aroostook County Action Program provides the individuals and families of Aroostook with services and resources to help them achieve greater economic independence.

 

 

Emergency Rental Assistance Program

The Emergency Rental Assistance Program can pay for rent and some utilities owed back to March 13, 2020. The program will also cover up to three months of upcoming rent and utilities. Utilities include electricity, water, sewer, trash, and heat. The 
program can also cover late fees for rent as long as the late fees are legal and  included in your lease. The program can also cover expenses such as internet or  relocation and other moving expenses. You may apply for help with paying for utilities even if you do not need help paying for rent. 

Our Services & Programs

 

WE OFFER MORE THAN 40 PROGRAMS TO OUR COMMUNITY.

Coaching Services
Early Care & Education
Energy & Housing
Prevention & Wellness
Workforce Development

ACAP Today! 

 

It's not too late to apply for the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)! Jason talks to members from the HEAP Team about the program and who is eligible.

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THE COMMUNITY WE SERVE—WE MAKE LIFE BETTER!

Testimonials

 

WE SERVE THE COMMUNITY OF MAINE'S LARGEST COUNTY.

 

 

“When people come together as a community great things happen. That is why the United Way of Aroostook partners with ACAP, so that great things happen all over Aroostook County.” 

 

Sarah Ennis

Executive Director, United Way of Aroostook 

 

 

 

“We appreciate everything that ACAP is doing for us—it just has been a blessing.”

 

 

 

 

Chris

HeadStart Parent, Caribou

 

“I cannot begin to express my gratitude and appreciation for this gift. How wonderful it was to wash my dishes last night without having to heat pots of water on the stove first! I’ve had to do this for years. What your agency is doing is an incredible service.”

 

Lynn

Portage, Maine