Do You Help People with Low Income?
Case Managers | Social Workers | Legal Aid Providers | Advocates | Home Visitors
Are your clients stuck in broken systems?
Housing | Food | Health Care | Income
Please join Maine Equal Justice Partners to set our legislative agenda for 2017.
Tell us what would make these systems better for Mainers with low income. We need to know what really matters to your clients and what would make a difference. This interactive afternoon session will help us identify and prioritize policy changes that would most benefit Mainers with low income.
We’ll discuss the most basic needs – housing, food, health care, and income. We know you have a lot to say about these issues, and we need your voice. As we identify ways to change the systems that keep poor people stuck, you will get to connect with partners in these efforts and share resources, strategies, and ideas about how to do this important work well
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
1:00 p.m to 4:30 p.m.
Eastport Hall – Room 124
128 Texas Ave.
Bangor, ME 04401
(Parking is available next to the building and across the street)
Mileage reimbursement is available as needed for people with low income.
To register, click on this link: http://bit.do/BangorArea
For more information contact: Karen Wyman at
626-7058, ext. 205 or [email protected]
Please share this invitation with others who might be interested.
What about MEJP’s Advocacy Conference?
This year, we are doing things differently. Instead of the Advocacy Conference, we are holding listening sessions and changing how we offer trainings. Some of the best parts of the Advocacy Conference included the chance to connect with others doing social justice work around the state and the chance to expand your advocacy toolkit with workshops and trainings. We hope these listening sessions will provide a chance to network, share resources, and create systemic change. Your team can continue to expand your knowledge by requesting training from MEJP staff. We will work with you to make sure you get the information you need to do your best work! Contact MEJP’s Training Coordinator, Karen, at 626-7058 ext. 205 or [email protected] for more information.
Sponsored by: Maine Equal Justice Partners (http://www.mejp.org)
When: Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Time: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Where: Augusta Civic Center, Augusta
This conference is for people with low income and advocates who work throughout the State of Maine.
- Food Supplement Benefits
- Access to Maine’s Safety Net for Immigrants
- Housing and General Assistance
- Walking the Path to Real Reform Together
- Transitioning from Public Assistance into the Workforce
- Tax Credits for Individuals and Families with Low Income
- Health Care Options for the Uninsured
$50 conference fee – includes continental breakfast and lunch (contact us about a low-income waiver)
Space is limited and pre-registration is required.
For More Information Contact:
Maine Equal Justice
126 Sewall Street
Augusta, ME 04330
(207) 626-7058, x205 or [email protected]