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​​COVID-19 Information

There are two food pantries in Liberty that Montville residents are welcome to use. They are located at the Liberty Baptist Church and the AMVETS post.

     Liberty Baptist Church
     Main Street Liberty ME

     AMVETS Memorial Post 150
     Main Street Liberty ME

If you would like to donate canned goods to be used by the food pantries, you may drop them off at the Liberty Fire Station in receptacle by the back door. The fire station is closed to the public. ​

Here is a flyer that offers an informative, direct list of resources available. 

Here is a link for information on Maine Small Business Disaster Loan: SBA's Disaster Loan

Unemployment Insurance FAQs regarding COVID-19

Select Board Letter regarding COVID-19: Letter to Residents

Here is a link that provides a comprehensive list of resources available to people during the current state of emergency: Maine Equal Justice COVID-19 Resources

Information Handout for Assistance with Meds, Food, and Pet needs during COVID-19One addition to this local grocery attachment is that Hannafords in Belfast, China, and Bucksport will have senior hours on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 6-7 am.  

Zero-Interest Consumer Loans:
As part of its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Legislature recently passed emergency legislation to assist Mainers with no-to low-interest consumer loans through a loan guaranty program involving FAME and Maine’s banks and credit unions. Mainers who have been economically impacted by the pandemic can obtain zero interest personal loans, of up to $5,000 per month for up to three months. It’s a brand new program, and FAME is working hard to set it up in partnership with Maine lenders. It’s hard to say when it will be ready, but soon. Interested borrowers should first approach their local bank or credit union (not FAME). The program is voluntary on the part of Maine lenders, so folks should check with them to see if they are participating. “Affected employee" means a resident of this state, including a self-employed resident, who has experienced a reduction in income since January 1, 2020 due to circumstances related to COVID-19. 
Your creditworthiness (e.g. if you currently have a job or not) cannot be factored into your eligibility for these loans. Interest won’t be charged until after a grace period that will last longer than the current crisis. Your loan amount may be reduced by the amount of unemployment you are eligible for, but you can absolutely apply for both unemployment and the loan program. 
Here is a link to FAME

In the hopes of keeping people healthy, below are informational links:
-Stop the Spread of Germs
What you need to know about coronavirus
Slow the Spread 

-Do Your Part​​