For over a century, we have brought the best in home health to our patients and families in Southern Maine. As the leading home health care agency in the region, we proudly deliver comprehensive care with compassion, commitment and the highest standards of excellence. Our services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, throughout York, Cumberland and southern Oxford Counties.
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For general questions, physician orders or to contact agency personnel, please call our main number at 1-800-660-4867.
To Obtain Services
Trained clinicians will guide you through the admission process, describe the benefits of home care, arrange for services and verify insurance coverage. We accept Medicare, Mainecare and other third party payers.
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Fax: 1-207-775-5521 (For Referrals Only)
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HomeHealth Visiting Nurses Heart Walkers
Imagine the impact if we reduce death and disability from cardiovascular diseases and stroke by 20% by 2020! Our team is joining the American Heart Association's Heart Walk to promote physical activity to build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Please Join Our Team! Help us reach this lifesaving goal! Learn more by clicking on the link below. Thank you in advance for your support.
Click the link below to learn more about HHVN's Heart Walkers Team for 2014-2015.
United Way of York County Awards $12,500 to Support Parent and Child Health Services
HomeHealth Visiting Nurses received a one-year grant totaling $12,500 from United Way of York County. These funds will support services for medically fragile children coping with serious and sometimes life-limiting illnesses.
United Way of Greater Portland Awards $86,430 to Support Essential Home Health Care
HomeHealth Visiting Nurses received two significant one-year grants totaling $86,430 from United Way of Greater Portland. These funds will support charity care for both medically fragile children and adults who require home health services but lack insurance and/or financial resources to pay for care.
Cohen Grant Support Palliative Care for Seriously Ill Children
HomeHealth Visiting Nurses is the recipient of a $23,400 grant from the Sam L. Cohen Foundation to support the development of a home-based palliative care program for medically fragile children.
HomeHealth Visiting Nurses honors Lawrence E. Dwight (pictured at right with Mia Millefoglie, VP Marketing & Development for HHVN) for his extraordinary commitment to advance the important legacy created by his family over 100 years ago.
Sewall Foundation Awards $30,000 to HHVN to Support our Compassionate Care Program
The Elmina B. Sewall Foundation has awarded a $30,000 grant to HomeHealth Visitings Nurses (HHVN) to support the Compassionate Care Program.
John T. Gorman Foundation Awards $25,000 to HHVN to Support New Advocacy Services for Children with Cancer
The John T. Gorman Foundation has awarded a $25,000 grant to HomeHealth Visiting Nurses (HHVN) to develop highly specialized social work and advocacy services for children and families coping with the challenges of cancer.
HHVN's nurse Greg Burns was nominated as a top 10 finalist for Home Care & Hospice Nurse of the Year!
Although Greg was not selected at the winner by the committee from the National Association of Home Care and Hospice (NAHC), we are still so very proud to have him on our Team! Greg is a highly specialized pediatric nurse who leads the Pediatric Palliative Care Program. He has demonstrated incredible commitment and advocacy for children and families coping with the challenges of life-limiting illness.
HHVN Awarded $43,050 Grant from The Davis Family Foundation for Telehealth Expansion
HomeHealth Visiting Nurse is the recipient of a $43,050 grant from the Davis Family Foundation to strengthen and expand its Chronic Care Telehealth Project.
We are pleased to share our 2014 Report to the Community. This year's report features patient stories, recognitions and our very generous donors.
Click the picture to the right to read the entire 2014 Report