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

HCV Waiting List Update News

February 01, 2022

Attention Applicants on the Maine Section 8/HCV Centralized Waiting List: This is a reminder that the Maine Section 8/HCV Centralized Waiting List (Maine CWL) completed… Read More

Questions?

Please feel free to give us a call to talk through your long-term housing needs. We have staff that can provide education about Bath Housing apartments, preliminary applications, and waitlist timeframes .

 

(207) 443-3116

mailto:info@bathhousing.org

Staff are available from 8 am to 4 pm Monday through Thursday and

8 am to 1 pm on Fridays.

(The office is closed to the public at this time due to COVID-19.)

 

COVID-19 Resources:

RENT RELIEF:

Maine has $200 million in rent relief funds to provide rental and utility relief payments for eligible renters to maintain housing stability. Maine’s Community Action Agencies will review applications, check eligibility, and process payments for eligible expenses on behalf of households. For more information, go to https://www.mainehousing.org/programs-services/rental/rentaldetail/covid-19-rental-relief-program

CARES ACT HUD Waiver Adoption Information for Bath Housing Authority: HUD Waiver Communication 6.30.2021 Update  (NOTE:  all waivers expired 12/31/2021)

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2 days ago
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A new Muskie School of Public Service report on economic security shows there are twice as many women as men over age 65 living alone in Maine. They also earn 20 percent less in retirement benefits - often the result of pay inequity and dropping in and out of the workforce to care for family members. Outdated policies around social services and a dearth of direct care workers mean many of Maine’s older residents face severe economic hardship and isolation, a situation more pronounced for women. What’s being done and what can be done?

Growsmart Maine is partnering with Kennebec Savings Bank to bring you this Portland Press Herald Policy Matters discussion. Join moderator Carol Coultas and panelists Jessica Maurer, executive director of the Maine Council on Aging, and Destie Hohman Sprague, executive director of Maine Women's Lobby, on June 7 from 6:30 - 8 p.m. as they explore the policies and innovations to help aging Mainers.

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4 days ago
Bath Housing

Senator Mattie Daughtry will moderate a forum hosted by the Southern Midcoast Housing Collaborative on Tuesday, May 31st from 6:00 - 8:00 pm at the Morrell Meeting Room in the Curtis Memorial Library. Panelists include Lois Skillings of Mid Coast - Parkview Health, Dana Totman of Avesta Housing and John Hodge of Brunswick/Topsham Housing Authority. ... See MoreSee Less

Senator Mattie Daughtry will moderate a forum hosted by the Southern Midcoast Housing Collaborative on Tuesday, May 31st from 6:00 - 8:00 pm at the Morrell Meeting Room in the Curtis Memorial Library.  Panelists include Lois Skillings of Mid Coast - Parkview Health, Dana Totman of Avesta Housing and John Hodge of Brunswick/Topsham Housing Authority.

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