For 50 years, the Southern Maine Agency on Aging has been the focal point in Cumberland and York counties for resources, services and information to empower older adults, adults with disabilities, and their caregivers to live to their fullest potential.

The expansion of services for older adults and caregivers in Western York County will support more Mainers to age well at home as nursing homes across New England close their doors. To address the growing need for services for older adults in Maine, Southern Maine Agency on Aging (SMAA) is opening a new service hub in the Anderson Learning Center in Springvale this summer. The new location will make services more accessible to people living in Acton, Alfred, Lebanon, Newfield, N. Berwick, Sanford, Springvale, Shapleigh, and Waterboro.

Join us Friday, September 20, 11am-1pm
- Holiday Inn by the Bay, Portland -

SMAA announces public hearings on June 27 for Area Plan on Aging