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Seeds of Hope Neighborhood Center

Contact Information

35 South Street
Biddeford, ME 04005

(207) 283-1783

Focus Areas

  • Economic Security
  • Health & Nutrition
  • Homelessness & Housing

Seeds of Hope Neighborhood Center collaborates with our local communities and neighbors to find meaningful solutions to poverty, isolation, and despair in a welcoming and compassionate environment.

  • About Us
    • a drop-in center 5 days/week from 9 am - 1 pm, staffed by trained volunteers;
    • serving an expanded continental breakfast/lunch, serving approximately 400 meals/week.
    • career center that helps our neighbors seek employment and other services needed when one is unemployed or underemployed.
    • Open-Net service for low-income neighbors in a 16 sq. block area, allowing them to tap into our wireless internet server; 210 families who would not have access for job searching or school work are receiving the internet in their homes;
    • free new or gently-used clothing,
    • free health programming, including flu shot clinics; Tdap & Hep A & B vaccines; Hep C & HIV testing; blood-pressure screenings, and nutritional/weight loss support & information; promoting healthy relationships and financial literacy
    • a warming and cooling center in the City of Biddeford.
    • spiritual support, funeral & burial services, community dialog facilitation
    • Leadership role in our addressing needs and responses to homelessness.
    • Leadership role in new Workforce Development initiatives.
  • Our Impact
    All of our efforts are based on two principles: mercy and justice. Mercy is meeting basic needs when and where possible. Justice is working to make access to services easier and breaking down barriers which keep people living in poverty from attaining their highest potential. We insure that all those who are mobile and hungry can have nutritious meals; we make access to new/gently used clothing and health services and education free for those who need them. We are working with and advocating for improved services and resources for those living outside. We are actively engaged in workforce development activities to respond to business needs for qualified workers and workers' needs for meaningful jobs paying living wages.