MaineCare Section 17: What's Really Going On?
Section 17: What’s Really Going On? What do I need to know? Are you worried you might lose Section 17 services because of the recent changes? Have you gotten a notice that you are no longer eligible for Section 17 services? This guide answers some common questions and explains the changes to Section 17 eligibility.
Divorce and Parental Rights and Responsibilities: Glossary
Here's What They Mean: A Glossary of Legal Terms Learn more about Divorce and Parental Rights and Responsibilities in Maine in our interactive classroom.
Podcast: Religious Discrimination in Rental Housing
Listen to our podcast on religious discrimination in rental housing! This podcast talks about housing discrimination on the basis of religion. For decades in the United States, the Fair Housing Act has prohibited housing discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status and national origin. The Maine Human… More
Podcast: Harassment in Rental Housing
Listen to our podcast on harassment in rental housing! This podcast is about sexual harassment in rental housing and what to do if you believe that you have been harassed by your landlord, an employee of your landlord or another tenant.
Military Services Homepage
Current information for Maine Veterans about events around the state, changes in Togus open hours, and more.
Food Supplement Overpayments: Do I have to repay?
What to do if you get a notice of overpayment from DHHS.
The Tax Consequences of Divorce or Separation
Divorce or separation can mean big changes on your taxes. Spousal support, also called alimony, and a name change are just a few things you may need to consider. Here are some tax tips to keep in mind if you are recently divorced or separated.
Employee Social Media Privacy Rights
A new Maine law addresses workers’ social media privacy. The purpose of the new law is to protect both job applicants and employees in Maine. "Social media" includes everything from personal email accounts to facebook, instagram, twitter, tumblr, and pinterest.
Do you owe $500 or more to your electric company?
If you're more than $500 in debt on your electric bill, this program may be able to help you. You pay just your current monthly electric bill, each month and on time. For each month that you pay your current bill, your electric utility company will wipe out 1/12 of what you owe them on your back bill. Learn about how to enroll!