Workforce Development
Energy & Housing
Early Care and Education
Community Health

All ACAP Offices Closed to the Public Until Further Notice

At Aroostook County Action Program we regard the health and wellbeing of our customers, staff and community as our number one priority. At the advice of medical professionals, and in an effort to help reduce the spread of COVID 19, we have made the difficult decision to close all offices and child care centers to the public until further notice.  

Our team will continue to provide services remotely in an effort to care for the families and individuals that depend on our services. If you have an appointment scheduled at one of our facilities, please note that we will be in touch with you to discuss remote services. If you do not have an appointment but need our services please give us a call.

For more information you can email our office at acap-info@acap-me.org or call 207-764-3721.

Looking for additional resources?  Register for Aroostook Community at https://aroostookcommunity.com.

Request Assistance Online:

If you are in need of assistance; complete this short profile and our team will be back in touch with you. The more information that you can provide the better we will be able to serve you. If your household income has been impacted by COVID-19 please indicate that in the note section.  Click here.

Community Needs Assessment

This assessment is being conducted by ACAP, with the report belonging to the entire community. Those findings will be used for years to come, allowing ACAP and its partners to make decisions to best serve our community and meet the needs of everyone in Aroostook County. In order to achieve an accurate picture of existing and emerging needs, we encourage everyone in our community to actively participate in this assessment tool. . To take the online questionnaire visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/S7WSTFJ

Request for Proposal Community Needs Assessment of Aroostook County Maine

Community Health

Provides individuals and families with comprehensive health and nutrition programs.

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Workforce Development

Provides job seekers or employers with resources and information on training and education.

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Energy & Housing

Programs to assist renters and homeowners with safe and energy-efficient housing needs.

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Early Care and Education

Provides families with education, child development, health, and nutrition programs.

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seniors

Senior Programs

Includes financial assistance, emergency, home repair, and energy services for individuals over the age of 65.

 

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youth

Youth Employment & Training

Programs provided for youth between the ages of 14-24 looking for education and training opportunities.

 

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impact

Our Impact

Client testimonials and outcome reports provide details about how we make life better.

 

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donate

Donate

Please consider making a donation to the ACAP General Fund or to the Emergency Fund.

 

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Income Eligibility Guidelines

Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)

2019 - 2020 Season

 

Maximum gross household income is based on the number of people in the household.  For households with more than 10 persons, contact the Aroostook County Action Program (ACAP) for eligibility guidelines.  Other program guidelines and requirements may apply.  ACAP will provide you with all of the details.

If you pay court ordered child support, you may be able to deduct the amounts paid from your household's income.  If your household income is over the HEAP income guidelines, you may be able to deduct a portion of the amount you paid for medical expenses.

 Income Level  Household Size         
   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10
 1 MONTH  $2,218   $2,900  $3,582  $4,265  $4,947  $5,629   $5,757  $5,885  $6,103  $6,534
 3 MONTHS  $6,653  $8,700  $10,747  $12,794  $14,841  $16,888  $17,272  $17,656  $18,040  $19,601
 12 MONTHS  $26,612  $34,800  $42,988  $51,176  $59,364  $67,552  $69,088  $70,623  $72,158  $78,405

 

For a copy of the guidelines, click here.