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Cause Area

  • Faith-Based
  • Homeless & Housing
  • Women


97 Blake StreetLEWISTON, ME 04243 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

The original project is The Center. It is a week-day drop-in center that offers safe and sacred opportunities for women in community, to heal from adverse life experiences, thrive, and enrich each other’s lives. There are two newer projects: Herban Works is a small and growing social enterprise. Sophia’s House will be a long term, residential recovery community for women.


Run by and for women, the Center brings hope and joy, life and light into the lives of women who otherwise fall between the cracks of the social service system. They are forgotten mothers, daughters, sisters and wives, many of whom are the most wounded of our society and have no support system elsewhere. Wisdom's Center for those guests, is a sanctuary of sorts.

It is a grassroots collaborative that offers women safe-haven and support to build community, find resources, build self esteem and resiliency. Women come together in solidarity to make their lives better. In doing so they can respond better to the stress of poverty, become more stable and improve their economic security. It strives to nurture all areas of healing - body, mind and spirit. While it places a focus on nurturing the inner spirit of women, it does so through deep listening and spiritual guidance when requested, in a non-sectarian way the honors all faith traditions and has no religious agenda.

Through support groups and conversation, programs, activities and crafts, in a stress free environment, over tea and coffee (always on), lonely women became friends and learned that they are not alone. Some guests struggle with mental illness or abuse, others lost their children to state custody, many have health troubles or histories of substance abuse. Young women come as well as the elderly, many of whom lived alone. No matter what their life contains, every woman who enters is offered kindness and compassion, and is treated with dignity and respect.


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