Allies and Partners

Collaboration with other Maine groups is an integral part of MPA’s success. Please explore the links below to learn more about the following organizations working with MPA for a better Maine:

Affordable Housing

Center for Community Change (CCC)

Portland Tenants Union

 

Environmental Organizations

Environmental Health Strategy Center

Maine League of Conservation Voters

Natural Resources Council of Maine

National Resources Defense Council

Fair and Clean Elections

Common Cause Maine 

League of Women Voters of Maine

Maine Citizens for Clean Elections

 

Funding and Support

Maine Initiatives

Health Care

Consumers for Affordable Health Care (CAHC)

Health Care for America Now 

Family Planning Association of Maine 

Food and Medicine

Kennebec Valley Organization

Maine AllCare

Maine Labor Group on Health

Maine Public Health Association

National Ctte. to Preserve Social Security and Medicare

Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP) 

Planned Parenthood of Northern New England 

Universal Healthcare Action Network (UHCAN)

 

Labor and Trade Associations

AFSCME Council 93

Greater Bangor Area Central Labor Council

Maine AFL-CIO

Maine Education Association (MEA) 

Maine State Employees Association

Maine State Employees Association - SEIU Local 1989

Maine State Nurses Association

Maine Trial Lawyers Association

Restaurant Opportunities Center 

Teamsters Local 340

 

Long term care

Caring Across Generations

 

National and Regional Affiliations

Center for Community Change (CCC)

Northeast Action

US Action

 

Peace and International Outreach

Peace through Interamerican Community Action

Peace Action Maine

 

Research and Policy

Maine Center for Economic Policy (MECEP)

Maine Equal Justice Partners (MEJP)

Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission (MITSC)

 

Social and Economic Justice

Engage Maine

Equality Maine

Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project 

Maine Asso. of Interdependent Neighborhoods (MAIN)

Maine Council of Senior Citizens

Maine Women's Lobby

NAACP Portland Branch

POWER: Portland Organizing to Win Economic Rights 

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