Supporting Stability

We create opportunities that support self-sufficiency, self-respect and pride for residents.

Resilient Families

Stable housing is healthcare. It promotes positive outcomes in education, employment, physical and mental health, and financial stability.

Vibrant Communities

With a place to call home, self-respect, and a support system, playing an active role in the community can be made possible.

Community Asset

The housing we provide represents a long-term community asset. We strive to be the best housing agency in town.

News

Seacliff Fire Displaced Ten Residents

September 07, 2018

Bath Housing’s Seacliff Elderly and Disabled property located at 47 Floral Street in Bath, Maine suffered a substantial fire on Sunday, September 2, 2018. Investigations… Read More

Questions?

Please feel free to give us a call, schedule an appointment, or stop by our office to talk through your housing needs. We have staff that can provide education about Bath Housing apartments, preliminary applications, waitlist timeframes and other housing options in the area that meet your individual needs.

(207) 443-3116

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8am – 4pm M-F

 

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1 week ago

Bath Housing

People have been asking us how they can help us support the residents displaced by the Labor Day weekend fire at Seacliff. The Salvation Army Bath-Brunswick is accepting donations to support the replacement of furniture and laundry needs; Bath Area Food Bank is accepting donations to support their efforts to provide food for those in emergency housing situations. Thank you for supporting these community efforts. ... See MoreSee Less

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“Popham Beach; I spent half my life down there.”

Whimsical in nature, Freida has a loving miniature poodle and enjoys spending every day with her lifelong friend going on mini adventures. Once apart of 17 different organizations, now is the busiest she has ever been. She grew up in Bath, is a Morse High School graduate and spent a portion of her life in Camden, ME, before moving back for retirement. She advises everyone to prepare for retirement, “Once you have a permanent job, do it then.”