Community Organizations

Northern Light Health is committed to fully informing every new provider about each of our communities and civic organizations; this allows them to determine whether our communities are a fit for their professional and personal preferences. We pride ourselves in building a qualified, diverse workforce to serve Mainers, and we work hard to ensure you and your family have the information needed for a smooth transition into your new community. If you would like your organization to be listed on our site, please click here to send us an email.

Maine Multicultural Center

A network of educational, business, and cultural stakeholders that promote community enrichment and economic growth by attractinge, retaining, supporting, and integrating people of diverse cultures and backgrounds. 

Maine Immigrants's Right Coalition
Founded by Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project in 2005 and was initially fiscally sponsored by Maine People’s Resource Center (MPRC), the Maine Immigrants’ Rights Coalition, also known as MIRC, grew in size and power from 20 members to 69 members located throughout the state. What began as a small, informal yet vibrant coalition 12 years ago transitioned into today’s full-fledged, independent 501c3 , immigrant-led non-profit organization.
The Maine Immigrants’ Rights Coalition (MIRC) is the convener of a unique, statewide network of 69 organizations, a majority of which are led by people of color – representing diverse ethnic communities across our state. All coalition member organizations are working to create and support programs and policies that promote immigrant inclusion and integration. MIRC represents member organizations that include immigrant constituency groups, advocacy groups, direct service organizations and grassroots community organizations.

Islamic Center of Maine

The Muslim community in Orono is a vibrant one and its Masjid hosts several activities throughout the week and all year round. We present to the community at large through outreach to educational facilities, such as schools, universities, hospitals and religious institutions. Members of the ICM community regularly work with the Muslim Student Association (MSA) at UMaine to provide awareness of Islam and Muslims on campus. Our monthly potlucks are a time for all members of the community to join together and learn about one another. Please contact us to learn how you can get involved!

FUSION: Bangor
FUSION connects residents of the Bangor region to each other, helping to expand their networks and plug into a community of civic-minded and enthusiastic professional.