Bath Housing has a long history of assisting residents in obtaining the services they need to maintain independence, self-sufficiency, and life satisfaction. In addition to working closely with social service organizations throughout the mid coast region, Bath Housing partners with community-based organizations to address these needs.
Residents are connected to services and our buildings are alive with programs — some organized by Bath Housing but many organized by residents. Current programming generally revolves around a few themes including health & wellness, the arts, and social networking. Buildings regularly hosting cook-outs, potlucks, breakfasts, and ice cream socials. Other examples of activities include crafting, ArtVan workshops, cooking classes and workshops, BEANO, and a series on diabetes management. Annually, Bath Housing partners with MidCoast Health to bring flu-shot clinics to each property.
Bath Housing employs two Resident Service Coordinators (RSC). The RSCs can help residents connect with services and benefits such as community health programs, home health services, mental health services, transportation, paperwork questions, reasonable accommodations, benefits programs and any other concern relating to your housing. The RSC can assist residents in connecting with the community by promoting communication, assisting with social and recreational opportunities, addressing concerns and helping resolve conflicts.
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