"We are all just walking each other home." -Ram Dass

Providing Our Patients the Comforts of Home


The Aroostook House of Comfort was designed with not just the patient’s needs in mind, but the family’s needs were incorporated in the design as well. In this state-of-the-art facility, families will find an array of amenities meant just for them. We have a beautiful family living room overlooking the gardens and beautiful sunsets, a large conference room, a fully-equipped kitchen, a children’s playroom, a small conference room, a chapel, restrooms, a laundry room, and several private gathering areas. There is everything a family might need during this special time with a loved one.


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Visitor Information

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Building Access & Parking


You will find a large parking area on the property. The handicap spaces are clearly marked. The entrance has two handicap accessible entrances. Families can enjoy our beautiful memorial garden accented with a comforting water fountain and benches. A large gazebo is located on the grounds for family use for picnics, or just to sit, reflect, and watch one of our beautiful sunsets.

Visitors & Overnight Stays


Family members are encouraged to stay the night with their loved one if they chose. Two people can stay comfortably in the patient’s suite. We can accommodate those family members with a sleeper sofa, a cot, or a recliner.

Community Resources


Several area businesses have offered discounts to visitors to the area. A list will be provided at the Aroostook House of Comfort.


Your House of Comfort


What People Say About Us

I have seen the compassionate care patient receive here. There is nothing but praise and gratitude from families that we now have this home atmosphere to treat all levels of patient suffering. The relief and stress are gone; families can relax and be there to support their loved one.


Nancy T. O’Neill, MD, FAAFP

The nurses, doctor, and volunteers treated us with the way you would want to be treated and our loved one was treated with gentle care and loving attention.  The facility was so well planned, giving families room to spend with a loved one, and spaces for a few minutes of quiet time. We are so thankful for the experience.

Judy Kenney, family of Virginia Packard

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Our Sponsors

Thank you to our sponsors for their generous gift and support.