"Families of aging parents also benefit from the HAH home repair work. You've eased my worries about Mom heading into winter. She now has sufficient smoke detectors, bannisters, functioning light fixtures, added insulation – and more.
It's heartening to see a community coming together to look out for the elderly in their midst. Bless Harpswell's Aging at Home program and its caring and competent volunteers."
Daughter of Harpswell Resident
Volunteers are the key to the success and sustainability of HAH. Volunteer opportunities are many. Join us in helping our community age in place.
Check out our NEW Home Helpers Program on the Programs Page.
Tai Chi For Health and Balance starting 10/3 at the Town Office. New students
The Portland Press Herald featured our Home Repairs Team 9/9/18. View here.
Fall dates for Lunch with Friends here.
Added dates include:
Thurs., 10/25, Cundy's Harbor Community Hall
Our Summer Newsletter is available for download here.
We have compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions to help our community better understand how HAH works. Click here to read.
Current programs include Home Repairs, Resources, Home Helpers, Transportation, Lunch with Friends, and Seniors Connecting.
"I am so grateful for all the HAH Home Repairs Team and Habitat for Humanity 7 Rivers did to upgrade and weatherize my home. I’ve been breathing so much better since they sealed off the mold from my crawl space. Thank you all. We are so blessed to have this program available in our town."
Dianna Hillman Haller,
Harpswell Aging at Home (HAH) is a community-led organization committed to helping people thrive while aging at home.