The Most Northeastern City in the United States.

Community Resources

Caribou Municipal Building
25 High St
Caribou, Maine 04736
Lisa Plourde, Executive Director
Sue Ouellette, FSS/Homeownership
Phone: (207) 493-4234
Fax: (207) 376-0178


About Us

General Information

Applicant Information

Participant Information

Landlord Information

Program Forms

Reasonable Accommodation

Report Fraud

Community Resources




News & Events   

The Caribou Housing Agency has moved!  We are now located on the first floor of the Caribou Municipal Building.

Equal Housing Opportunity


Aroostook Council for Healthy Homes, Aroostook’s Child Abuse Prevention Agency

 1-877-207-2300 / 207-764-3495

Hope and Justice ProjectEmergency shelter, crisis intervention, court and social service advocacy, and referrals for people affected by domestic abuse and violence.

1-800-439-2323 / 764-2977


2nd Hand Rose, Used clothing, furniture & household items at reasonable prices,

53 Herschel Street

Calvary Baptist Church, Free clothing.

Tuesdays from 10AM to 2PM

46 Access Highway, Caribou

Good Samaritan Thrift Shop, Second hand clothing and some household items at reasonable prices,

Tues & Friday 9AM to 1PM;  Saturday 9AM to noon

40 Vaughn Street, Caribou

Salvation Army Thrift Store, Used clothing and miscellaneous articles at reasonable prices.

377 Main Street, Presque Isle

The Cubby, Used clothing, household items, furniture at reasonable prices.

Monday to Saturday, 9AM to 5PM

40 Sweden Street, Caribou

Threads of Hope, Used clothing, household items, appliances, furniture.

Monday to Saturday, 9AM to 4PM

14 Old Van Buren Road, Caribou

Community Resources

211 Maine, a comprehensive community services search tool that connects residents of Maine to important services such as counseling, youth and family services, immigration programs, health care, temporary financial aid, volunteer opportunities, and more.

United Way, offers a list of member agencies that provide services


HUD‘s resources for first time homebuyers.
HUD‘s resources for homeowners.
Learn more about energy efficiency through the federal Energy Star program
Information about reverse mortgages from the AARP.

Renting and Housing Search Assistance

HUD‘s resources for renters.

Assistance for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities

Assistance for Tenants and Landlords