Healthy Living for ME is improving health and wellness in communities across Maine
Healthy Living for ME® (HL4ME®) is Maine’s Community Care Hub (CCH); the CCH is made up of local organizations, health systems, and volunteers who work together to empower individuals to take charge of their health. Already within the network is capability and capacity for short-term complex case management, care transitions, meal delivery, mental health education, behavioral activation interventions, chronic condition management, and falls prevention and fitness education.
HL4ME provides key social determinants of health (SDoH) access functions for complex care for older and disabled adults such as coordination of information and referral, screening, care coordination, care transitions, eligibility and enrollment and person-centered planning. The growing HL4ME network consists of multiple community-based organizations (CBO) coordinating or participating at various levels to create and respond to an increasing demand from health sector organizations that seek services and supports at volumes, scopes, and geographic areas larger than any single CBO can typically meet.
Our mission is to coordinate and align community resources to improve the health and wellness of the people of Maine. Our vision is to provide Maine people with the skills and resources to take control to build healthier lives.
HL4ME’s current service offerings fall under the following categories:
Chronic Disease and Pain Management
Diabetes Management and Prevention
Intellectual and/or Developmental Disability Support
Program Trainings for Staff/Volunteers
Social Care Coordination