MMHP’s work and reach is greatly enhanced by our volunteers. Last year our amazing volunteers contributed over 700 hours! Getting involved with MMHP not only results in mobile unit vists or food being distributed, but it builds stronger relationships between local communities and the farmworkers who are living and working in their own backyards. Our volunteer needs are just as diverse as the farmworker population in Maine, whether you are a physician interested in providing care, a Kreyol speaker hoping to use your language skills, or someone who wants to organize a game night to combat social isolation- all are needed. Get involved with MMHP today!
Our mission is to improve the health status of Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers and their families by providing culturally appropriate care and services.
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The Maine Migrant Health Program is a private nonprofit (501(c)(3)) corporation.
"The language has taken me some time to read, I understand the speaking better, but it takes time to read. Being part of this program has helped me continue my classes and meet nice people. In this area, people are really nice… I can see how nice people treat each other. I want to be a person who helps others, too. I can do this with this job, as a CHA. Because, of my skills I can be the person who goes between both languages and its feels good!"
"It is a privilege to speak about this program because, thanks to the support and the hard work of the employees we, the migrant farmworkers, have enjoyed many benefits such as medical services, medications, food, health education, family guidance etc."
~ JC G