Maine Migrant Health Program

About Maine Migrant Health Program

Maine Migrant Health Program (MMHP) is a unique safety net provider in Maine, providing mobile medical care to farm workers throughout the State of Maine. Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers (MSFWs) are one of the country’s most underserved and invisible populations facing barriers to health care including limited transportation, poverty and lack of culturally and linguistically appropriate services. MMHP provides services in the evenings on-site in migrant housing and work areas. In addition, MMHP provides case coordination to patients including medical interpretation and transportation.


Community Health Worker

July 2018 - August 2018 Augusta, ME
“Enjoyed the opportunity to work with Spanish speaking patients all the while staying in Maine. The intensity and variability of the weeks and that necessitated teamwork was quite enjoyable”
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Questions & Answers

What do I need to know ahead of an interview for a community health worker role in the Maine Mobile Health Program?

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Does anybody care to share some details on what it's like to work for the Maine Mobile Health Program as a community health worker?

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