Mission Provides Comfort to Milbridge Nursing Care Facility Residents

Mission Provides Comfort to Milbridge Nursing Care Facility Residents

L-R – Narraguagus Bay Health Care Facility’s Eve Alley (Charge Nurse), Tabitha Nute (Administrator), Sandra Robbins (ResCare Director) with new blankets.

CHERRYFIELD, ME – Maine’s Downeast coast is exceptionally beautiful. But winter winds there can be brutal. Last week, for example, winds collapsed a roof at Narraguagus Bay Health Home in Milbridge, at the mouth of the Narraguagus River.

As of this writing, all the Milbridge facility’s residents have returned. NEWS CENTER Maine reported that when the roof first collapsed, help arrived from many communities, and 41 nursing home residents were evacuated to other nursing care facilities. There were no reported injuries.

Megan Smith, the Mission’s Food Security and Sustainability Programs Coordinator delivered to the residents an initial 41 blankets, with crochet blankets, lap blankets, and other amenities to follow.

“I am so happy to hear that the residents are back. They must be so happy to be in familiar surroundings,” said Megan.

Learn more about the Mission’s Food Security and Sustainability Programs.