Further Reading

PUBLICATIONS

Housing First Brochure

Logan Place 2-year Analysis

Hunger Pains Executive Summary

Maine Medical Center-Preble Street
Learning Collaborative Summary

 

IN THE NEWS

VIDEOS

FEEDING NEW NEIGHBORS​

Preble Street serves 1,200 meals every day at three soup kitchens, and in addition we’re providing 600 extra meals daily to our new neighbors from around the world. Watch this video to learn more and see the work in action!

PREBLE STREET ANTI-TRAFFICKING SERVICES: A WHOLE OTHER SIDE TO LIFE

Since 2013, Preble Street and its partners have provided services to women and men, transgender individuals, and children who have been forced into all types of human trafficking. People who have been forced to perform a variety of different work—including prostitution, domestic services, agricultural and restaurant work—through sexual, physical and/or psychological violence. All here in Maine.

PREBLE STREET VETERANS HOUSING SERVICES: FROM OUTREACH TO HOME

Preble Street Veterans Housing Services prevents homelessness and ensures residential stability for veterans and their families throughout Maine.

WORKING TO CHANGE THE SYSTEM

Through Homeless Voices for Justice and Preble Street Maine Hunger Initiative, people with lived experience of homelessness and hunger are working to change the system.

PREBLE STREET RESIDENTIAL SERVICES: BRINGING MAINERS HOME FOR GOOD

Preble Street is committed to providing safe, affordable permanent housing and support to chronically homeless men and women in Portland, Maine.

FLORENCE HOUSE — A HOME FOR GOOD

Video documenting the transition of several women from a Preble Street temporary women’s shelter to their new, permanent homes at Florence House.