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Organization Name Ability Maine
Category Disability Organizations and Resources
Address PO Box 2444
Augusta, Maine 04338-2444
United States
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Phone Number (207) 607-2571
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Website http://www.abilitymaine.org/
Twitter https://twitter.com/AbilityMaine
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AbilityMaine/
Contact Name Sass Linneken
Contact's Title Program Coordinator
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Contact's Phone (207) 607-2571
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Ability Maine is a website that collects and shares information about living with disabilities. Our intent is to provide a place on the web for people to get information that will help them create better lives for themselves and others. We want to empower people to make themselves activists to achieve the quality of life they desire.

Ability Maine also hosts Breath & Shadow, a literary journal that promotes disability writing and culture, thereby promoting cross-disability pride and community. The journal's goal is to empower and create opportunities for people with disabilities in the literary field.