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Community Resources

Walker Elementary School

33 West Main Street

Liberty, Maine 04949

(207) 589-4208

Mount View Elementary School

573 Mt View Rd

Thorndike, ME 04986

(207) 568-7541

Mount View Middle School 

575 Mt View Rd

Thorndike, ME 04986

(207) 568-7561

Mount View High School

577 Mt View Rd

Thorndike, ME 04986

(207) 568-3255

Parked School Buses

Mount View Elementary School

Liberty Library

Name: Waldo County Bounty! “Grow a Row” Pledge and “Give and Take” Tables.

Description: The Grow a Row Pledge is a way for gardeners to support food security in these economically hard

times. Gardeners plan to grow an extra row of any (or multiple veggies/fruits) and when they are ready, bring them to the “Give and Take” tables at the Montville Grange and/or the Liberty AMVETs Hall. From there, families and individuals are welcome to come and take home whatever is there. A simple way to share the bounty!

Contact information:

Any additional information: Growers are encouraged, but not required to pledge to Grow a Row. The set up is simply that anyone who has extra produce from the garden is welcome to bring it to one of the tables and anyone who could use the produce is welcome to bring it home!

​Posted: 6/13/2020


Description: We have a full line of local berry jams and five varieties of chutneys for sale.  We also carry several varieties of "jam" which is 100% fruit [no added sugar].  Price is $6.00 per 8 oz jar.  All products made in licensed state inspected kitchen.  We have been in business for 40 years and formerly attended several local Farmers' Markets.

Contact Information:​ 18 Gilcrest Lane
                                            North Mountain Valley Highway


Description: Organically Grown Vegetable, Herb, Annual & Perennial Seedlings/Native Perennial Plants for  
                          Pollinators/Organic Plant-Based Skin Care Products

Contact Information:

Additional Information: Delivery available.  At farm pick ups with safety measures in place.  You may come and shop the greenhouses ~ please send me an email and we can schedule a day and time when you can be the only customer here. To request a brochure and price list, please email

Posted: 4/23/2020

. Name: WindowDressers


      Description of Products/Goods/Services: Insulating Window Inserts

      Contact Information: or 207-596-3073

      Any additional information: WindowDressers brings volunteers together to improve the warmth and comfort of homes, lower heating costs, and reduce CO2 emissions by producing low-cost insulating window inserts that function as interior-mounted storm windows. Measurements for 2022 is planned from August through October. Fabrication will take place in November at the Belfast Boathouse.

There is new information for 2022 located at the Town Office.

I am Laura and I am reaching out to you on behalf of the Division On Addictions


Division On Addictions is an organization that helps vulnerable Maine residents who are addicted to drugs or alcohol locate proper treatment options. Alcoholism and drug addiction are terrible crises affecting all ages in our communities – from teenagers to senior citizens.


Finding treatment facilities that are able to understand the underlying causes of the addiction, and that are able to cure an individual so as to prevent any relapse, is often a very hard task. This is where we come in. We help those in greatest need to find addiction treatment options that are the best for each individual situation. Our services are 100% free.

Assisted Living in Maine

Approximately 1,344,212 people call the state of Maine home, and about one in five residents are aged 65 and older. While the overall state population is expected to remain relatively stable in the next few years, the number of seniors is predicted to jump to 351,880 by 2026 up from 257,499 in 2016.

According to the 2019 Genworth Cost of Care Survey, the average monthly cost of assisted living care in Maine is $5,169, which is $1,118 higher than the national average of $4,051.

This guide provides in-depth information on assisted living costs in Maine and how those costs compare to other long-term care services for seniors. Readers will also learn about the various financial assistance programs for older adults who need assisted living care as well as state rules and regulations that govern these facilities.


SeniorAdvice's Guide to Assisted Living in Maine

Maine currently has a SeniorScore of 68%, which is 4% below the national average. The SeniorScore is compiled from more than 100 data points analyzing variables that impact quality of life, including access to health care, the cost of assisted living, life expectancy and finances.

Addiction expert and former federal prosecutor Andrew McKenna wrote this article to help raise awareness and asked us to get this message out to the public.

Recently deadly amounts of fentanyl are showing up in fake prescription medication and people are dying from overdose all over the country.    

Most people are completely unaware that the pills they are used to buying now have fentanyl in them and are unprepared without Narcan.

This new crisis is affecting a whole new group of people such as our youth who are not prepared for overdosed with Narcan.

Many people would simply just not buy pills off the street if they knew the risks involved. 


Here is the link to add: Fake Prescription Medication Laced With Deadly Quantities Of Fentanyl

Slips and falls for seniors is one of their biggest risks of getting seriously injured. It can be extremely scary for those involved, and can result in a long hospital stay. We wanted to create a guide that details why seniors are prone to slips and falls, how we can mitigate the risk, and what are the steps for the person and also their family or caregivers if it does happen. Check it out:

Elderly Slips and Falls -

Open Books

Liberty Library

59 Main Street

Liberty, Maine 04949


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. ​

Our Mission

Frye and Hogback Mountain Trails

Click the link below for directions to trail head and a printable trail map.

Click the link below for more information regarding the full Hills to Seas Trail

Pine Trees

Community Resource Connections Posting Form

Please submit the following information to Jodie Martin via email at, or to the Montville Town Office (if submitting this form in hardcopy). 

     1. Name:

     2. Description of Products/Goods/Services:

     3. Contact Information (phone number and/or email): 

     4. Dates to be posted (please include start and end date, e.g., 4/28-5/25):

     5. Any additional information:

Please email Jodie Martin if your post should be removed from the website earlier than your original end date and if any changes should be made to your post. 

The Select Board has the authority to disallow and/or remove any posting at any time if the posting is in violation of the intent of Community Resource Connections

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