Prevention & Education

Most people know New Hope Midcoast through our direct services to victim-survivors of domestic abuse. But it is also our goal to help stop abuse before it begins.

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We do this through local education and prevention programs:

  • Trauma-informed presentations delivered to students K-12 in over 80 schools
  • Collaboration with various faith-based and community organizations
  • Volunteer opportunities

Why do we do prevention and education work?

Through our prevention and education programs, we strive to deepen the public’s understanding of domestic abuse, dating violence and stalking. These issues do not just impact the victim-survivors. They are social justice and public health issues that impact individuals, families and society as a whole. That means, in order to end abuse, we need to work to end all forms of oppression and challenge the cultural beliefs that foster them.

Take Action — Get Informed!

Abuse & Abuse Tactics

Abuse is not always easy to recognize.

Technology & Abuse

Learn about how to protect yourself and others online.

Abuse Trainng

Be part of a movement to educate others to stop abuse.

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Youth Services

Our youth educators help create a safe environment to learn about and discuss the varieties of domestic abuse.

New Hope Midcoast Locations

We offer 4 onsite locations serving Sagadahoc, Lincoln, Knox, and Waldo counties in Maine.

MAILING ADDRESS FOR ALL OFFICES:
New Hope Midcoast
P.O. Box A, Rockland, Maine 04841

Call

24/7 Helpline Midcoast Maine 1-800-522-3304

24/7 Statewide Helpline
1-866-834-4357