Join Dignity Maine this Giving Tuesday

Join your friends and neighbors in giving to Dignity Maine this #GivingTuesday.

Autumn leaves, cozy sweaters, crisp nights, and Clynk bags!

Since January, CLYNK bag donations have contributed over $600 to the Dignity Fund- which goes directly to people in need of housing support and life-saving resources. We can mail or drop off bags to your home or business- please CLICK to request your CLYNK bags today!

Dignity Fund

This fund relies on donations from the community in order to help people immediately when they leave medical detox or incarceration and need assistance with that BIG next step.

Conversations in Compassion

This is not an interview, but an attempt to demonstrate conversations that are rooted in compassion and empathy. We will focus in on some of the most important issues of our time. Each conversation will be fresh and will focus on the individual and how to bring their story to life.

Our Mission

To develop a community-based movement that promotes dignity and ends discrimination for folks living with substance use disorders.

Street Team

Through grassroots activism, our
Street Team engages the community in dialogue about how substance use disorder
is treated – or mistreated – in our society.

Emergency Fund

Provides funding for recovery housing
and life-saving medication
for individuals who are
in a critical point in their lives.

What does it mean to receive Dignity emergency funds?

“You don’t even know. It gave me a chance to get started.”
“It was unbelievable!  It brings me to tears to talk about it right now.”

Upcoming Events

Stay Tuned for 2022 Events!

Quote from a Practitioner

I have been working in the field of addiction for 20 years. When we find clients who sincerely want to move on with their recovery from detox it is a struggle to find them housing when they have little or no resources. [Dignity has] been a life-saving source of scholarship funding for that first critical week when clients realize they need to move from detox to a transitional living environment that has structure and support. I have seen some of our clients start crying when they realize that someone cares enough to help them with money for that first week until they return to work and re-engage in the recovery community.

Lynn Manderson, LADC IATP
Trauma Specialist



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