Community COVID-19 Resources

Community Vaccination Line


Monday -Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., or Saturday-Sunday: 8 a.m.- 2 p.m.

The Maine COVID-19 Community Vaccination Line helps Maine people get information about vaccine clinics. This includes people who:

  • Do not have internet access
  • Need assistance connecting to or navigating online resources
  • Require interpretation assistance
  • Are home bound and need transportation
  • Have other questions about resources in their area 

March 19, 2021

Governor Janet Mills announcement.  Maine is accelerating the timeline of its vaccination plan to make more people eligible for COVID-19 vaccines earlier.

  • Beginning Tuesday, March 23, 2021, Maine residents age 50 and older will be eligible for the vaccination. 
  • Beginning Monday, April 19, 2021, all Maine residents age 16 and older will eligible for vaccination. 

The accelerated timeline comes as some Maine vaccine providers are reporting availability of appointments and as Maine anticipates an increase in vaccine supply from the Federal government.  Read Governor's Announcement here.


Windham Cares 

As part of the Keep Maine Health initiative, Windham is launching a Windham Cares public outreach campaign.  

Fire-Rescue personnel will be out in the community sharing information, answering questions and providing guidance.

Please feel free to download, print and share these brochures.

Windham Cares Campaign Brochure

Windham Cares Testing Site Resource Brochure

If you have any questions or would like to share your concerns please call the Fire-Rescue Chief or Local Health Officer at 892-1911 or the Town Manager's Office at 892-1907.

Windham Cares - Social Media Post Information

We encourage you to investigate online resources and services that the Town can provide.  Please call if you have questions or need assistance.