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Preble Street statement on Bayside Trail encampment
The encampment on the Bayside Trail is a visual representation of the fact that we are in the midst of a homelessness crisis, a crisis
TAKE ACTION: Tell legislators to fund Site-based Housing First in Maine!
This coming Tuesday, April 4, the Housing Committee will hold a public hearing on LD 2: An Act to Address Maine’s Housing Crisis. This legislation
Take Action for equitable healthcare access!
People experiencing homelessness face devastating physical and mental health consequences. They have higher rates of chronic illness and a life expectancy that is an average of
Take Action: Keep hotel shelters open this winter!
TONIGHT, February 7, the South Portland City Council will vote whether to allow hotels in their town to continue serving as emergency shelters until April
Responding to Winter Weather
Update 2/2/2023: Warming shelters will be available in the Portland area from Friday February 3 to Sunday February 5. The City of Portland, along with
Legislative priorities – let’s take action!
Detailed description of Preble Street legislative priorities for the 131st session of the Maine Legislature. Hunger and homelessness are on the rise in our state
Portland gathers for Annual Homeless Vigil in honor of the 51 people who have died in 2022
A vigil to remember friends from the Greater Portland homeless community who have died will take place December 21 at 4:30pm. A crowd will gather in
Get ready to vote this Election Day!
Election Day is Tuesday, November 8 and we want you to get out and vote! Advocacy is key to our mission and one of the most
Preble Street Statement on City of South Portland/New Gen Hotels License Conditions: Comfort Inn, Days Inn, Howard Johnson, Casco Bay Hotels
Preble Street appreciates the efforts of the City of South Portland to reach an agreement with the New Gen Hospitality Management group that will keep
Tell the City of Portland to fund shelter and food security!
The City of Portland is giving YOU a voice in how they spend millions of dollars in Federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds. Participate
Tell Maine Senators Collins and King to support the Eviction Crisis Act!
The affordable housing crisis, inflation in the cost of basic necessities, and the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have created a homelessness and eviction crisis
National Day of Action: April 26!
On Tuesday, April 26, homelessness and housing advocates are preparing an unprecedented Congressional advocacy push around the federal budget. Please call your Representative and both