We are happy to announce that Greater Portland Health has received a 2020 Direct Services Grant from the John T. Gorman Foundation. This grant will allow our Healthcare for the Homeless Program to continue to offer primary care, behavioral health care, medication-assisted treatment, and COVID-19-related services to Portland’s homeless population via in-person and virtual (telehealth) appointments.
"We are grateful to the John T. Gorman foundation for their financial support during the…
To our community: we see you, we are listening, and we are here for you.
This past week, our country has endured pain related to the killing of George Floyd. We cannot abide racism. We cannot abide the damage and illness and suffering it creates. GPH has a zero tolerance policy for racism.
We offer a safe and welcoming environment for all who are seeking medical, behavioral, or other health care support or treatment, including immigrants, refugees, asylum seekers, people of color, people…
PORTLAND, ME (May. 19, 2020) – Greater Portland Health is pleased to announce it has received a Greater Portland COVID-19 Community Relief Fund grant from United Way of Greater Portland to support its Healthcare for the Homeless Expansion Project.
This funding will go toward supporting expansion of their Healthcare for the Homeless services to their 234 Oxford Street location. This expansion creates a safer environment for patients and staff by reducing the number of patients in the health…
To the Greater Portland Community,
Our thoughts are with everyone in our community now and how we can support you through these very challenging times. Most of us are experiencing significant disruption from our daily routine and the social fabric that gives us purpose and meaning. We may be experiencing loneliness, isolation, financial insecurity, sadness, fear, and anxiety about our health and the health of our loved ones.
This is a normal response to extraordinary circumstances. The…