Consumer Health Information

This guide will help you locate and navigate resources related to consumer health and general health information. This page is intended for members of the public who are not affiliated with the University of Maine at Augusta.

Top Health Priorities in Maine

Maine-specific resources

Food insecurity resources

Good Shepherd Food Bank of Maine

SNAP benefits can be used at Farmers' Markets.

Augusta Food Bank


  • UMA Community Gardens - Augusta and Bangor
  • Food for Thought @ UMA Bangor - "All UMA community members are encouraged to use the pantry.  At the end of last semester [Fall 2019] I was able to partner with the Good Shepherd Food Bank and we are now able to have a greater offering of food for the community."
  • Community Cupboard @ UMA Augusta


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