Supporting Stability

At Bath Housing, we develop and operate housing that supports stability, self-sufficiency, self-respect and pride for residents.

Resiliant Families

Housing plays a significant role in strong, resilient families and vibrant communities.

Vibrant Communities

Stable housing is at the core of health and wellness. It promotes positive outcomes in education, employment, physical and mental health, and financial stability.

Community Asset

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

News

Bath Housing to Hire Maintenance Technician

February 19, 2016

Bath, ME, 02/19/2016- Bath Housing is pleased to announce that they are hiring a 30hrs/week, benefit eligible Maintenance Technician.  The position provides general maintenance services for… Read More

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Our Program Coordinator, Amy Liechty, would love to help you get access to resources that meet your individual needs!

 

Phone: (207) 443-3116

 

Email: info@bathhousing.org

 

Office Hours: 8am – 4pm M-F

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DHHS should check the law, then rethink its plans to put Meals on Wheels out to bid

An interesting piece on The Meals on Wheels program. Many Bath Housing residents rely on this program. http://bangordailynews.com/2016/04/29/opinion/editorials/dhhs-should-check-the-law-then-rethink-its-plans-to-put-meals-on-wheels-out-to-bid/

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This week’s quote from a CAP participant: “I’m not sure what I am enjoying more — the good weather or the handrail. Just the one Josh has put..

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“I would like to see people working together more”

Mr. Russel is a WWII veteran who grew up in Aroostook County working in mills, lobstering and clam digging.  After serving in the war near London as a mechanic, he spent 23 years doing custodial work at Bowdoin College. He enjoys serving on committees, his longest tenure spent as superintendent for the committee of the Nazarene Church for 40 years. Collaboration is important to Bill and he says he would like to see people working together more.