Priscilla A. Doel, Executive Director
"Let your life speak."

2802 Riverside Drive, Vassalboro, Maine 04989

207.314.4214 • priscilla at mainesafe.org


I have seen that Maine SAFE’s understanding of diversity and community translates into the delivery of services with respect and dignity to each individual. Maine SAFE is filling a void in offering a unique set of services to our non-English speaking populations.
Juan Perez-Febles, Director of Migrant and Immigrant Services, DOL, Maine

Many thanks to Maine SAFE for all the help you have given our family. We appreciate the support you give to all Hispanics in Maine. God bless.
Norma and Gerardo Lopez

When I received papers from a lawyer, I didn’t understand anything. Maine SAFE translated it all for me and then helped find an attorney to represent me.
Rafael Pacheco Jimenez

We want to thank you for your time and the excellent training you have provided to Ramon Forestry Service and its workers over the years. We look forward to this year’s training sessions. We could not have asked for better training and our workers appreciate the quality with which it is delivered in Spanish.
Baldemar H. Ramon & Vonita Ramon
Ramon Forestry Service,LLC  and Workers

The Forest Resources Association and Maine Forest Products Council appreciate Maine SAFE’s involvement and assistance in providing safety training for migrant forestry workers in recent years.  The workers have personally benefited from the training and appreciate learning opportunities presented in their native language.
Joel Swanton, FRA Northeast Area Region Manager

The need for health care workers is only growing and we need to fill this void. After learning English, new Americans will find new directions by beginning and continuing a solid career path in the health sector. We are very fortunate to be able to have these new Americans.
Susan Giguere. CEO, Care and Comfort

Our Chinese campers at Camp Tracy/USA English Summer Camp learned English with smiles and laughter.
Gary and Min Poulin, Directors

I volunteered with Maine SAFE’s safety training program every summer while I was in college. The men learned lifetime skills for the job and for their life at home. This experience helped me realize that I am very interested in learning more about the intricate connections between business development and immigration.
Renzo Mendoza, Lima, Peru

Helping others as Maine SAFE does builds new highways to make us better. Empathy comes and stereotypes run away. This is life’s truth.
Eva Fernández, Zamora, Spain