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Welcome to Shalom House

Shalom House helps hundreds of people with serious mental illness each year by providing an array of community-based mental health services and a choice of affordable quality housing where people can escape the stress of homelessness, hunger, and isolation. Our goal is to help people address personal goals, receive services, and once again become a vital part of the community.


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Shalom House Residences are Smoke Free - Smoking is prohibited within 20 feet of doors, vents, windows and entryways.

Cabin Fever Traveling Show

Maine Jewish Museum - March 19 - April 28

Maine Jewish Museum - March 19- April 28

267 Congress Street, Portland


Workshop Full - Hoarding Workshop - Sign Up Now! - No Space Left

Hoading:  A Hopeful Journey to Recovery.

Registration is closed.




Available Now!

To purchase sets send check or money order to
Shalom House, Inc. - Art Cards
106 Gilman Street, Portland, ME

To pay by Credit Card

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Call Jill at (207) 874-1080 x102

to process your purchase over the phone.


All proceeds from the sale of our art cards goes directly to the Art Program.  To learn more about the Art Program and sign up

click here.


Shalom House, Inc. offers positions in the following areas:

Administration, Clinical, Housing and Finance . 

Click on the link below for our current job opportunities.




Shalom House offers the following trainings:

PRAB, First Aid, CPR

Training to the Public

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The Maine Hoarding Task Force is a collaborative effort of numerous private and state agencies, government services, and community members concerned about the problem of hoarding in Maine. One of several such task forces nationwide, this group has been formed to improve the quality of life for those affected by hoarding through raising public awareness, increasing access to treatment, reducing the gaps in resources, educating service providers, and expanding the limited support options.

For further information: 
Eric Grainger, MSW
Shalom House, Inc.
106 Gilman Street
Portland, ME 04102





Shalom House, Inc.

Tom Gorman Center and Residential Campus

106 Gilman Street, Portland, Maine

(207) 874-1080

Fax (207) 874-1077


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