Raymond Accepted into Age Friendly Community Network


Communities in the AARP age-friendly network are not retirement villages, gated developments, nursing homes or assisted living facilities.


Membership in the network does not mean that the community is, currently, “age-friendly” or a great place to retire.

Membership in the network is not an endorsement by AARP.

What membership does mean is that a community has made the commitment to actively work toward making our town a great place for people of all ages.



Raymond Age Friendly Project

A group of 35-40 Raymond resident have joined together to develop policies and programs to make Raymond a more age friendly community. We meet periodically to discuss and plan our next steps.

Age Friendly Resources

We are developing a list of resources that are available. This is a work in progress.

The links below will provide you with information on services and resources available to assist you.

Southern Maine Council on Aging  

For more than four decades Southern Maine Agency on Aging (SMAA) has provided the resources, programs and people to ensure that older adults and adults living with disabilities in Cumberland and York counties maintain their vitality well past the age of sixty.


Senior News

Published by the Southern Maine Council of Aging you can view this newsletter on-line or sign up to receive it via email.


Energy Assistance Programs


RTP Lake Region Bus Service from Naples to Portland

Bus stop is located at Sunset Variety, 1337 Roosevelt Trail


Maine Caregivers Resource Guide






Maine Senior College Network

A consortium of 17 independent groups with no tests, no papers, and no grades, each senior college group plans exciting, intellectually stimulating non-credit courses and enjoyable learning opportunities for adults over th age of 50. Annual membership costs between $25 and $35 plus a modest tuition for each 4-8 week course.