Community Based Organization
Family Violence Project
83 Western Ave P.O. Box 304, Augusta, ME 04332-0304
Phone Hotline
1 1-877-890-7788, 1 207-623-3569
Text/ chatbox Hotline
Not Available
Office phone
1 (207) 623-8637
Ethnic & Gender Communities served
Serves Augusta County
Shelter/ Housing services
Temporary emergency housing for people fleeing domestic abuse or who are homeless.
Advocates will assist with safety planning, referrals, and assistance in connecting with other community-based resources. Some basic food and personal items are donated. Any supplemental food or supplies will be purchased by the resident.
Support services
A 24 hour help line, Prevention & Education
Legal services
Provide support, objective knowledge, and information about the legal system in regards to domestic abuse. Furnish information about your rights and remedies under Maine law, including, but not limited to protection from abuse orders, criminal charges, and employment leave. Guide you through court paperwork, help you to prepare for hearings, and support you in making your own decisions. Provide referrals, work with law enforcement, and do safety planning.
Languages supported
Not Available

Thank you to all community members, thought partners, students, who supported the research team, as we developed this intervention. We would also like to thank Tarun Aggarwal, Dr. Udayan Das for initial ideation and Nikki Malazarte for support in resource compilation

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