Transitional housing in Vermont.

Several programs are available across Vermont that offer transitional housing and other support. The focus is on assisting families that are facing eviction or that are currently homeless. Some non-profits also prioritize veterans, youth, or single parents. The leading organizations and government support programs to call for help in Vermont are listed below.

The demand for any type of housing assistance is very high. Only a fraction of requests are able to be fulfilled, and many applicants will be placed onto waiting lists. If an agency can’t meet your needs, ask for referrals to a shelter or some other form of housing programs.

In addition to getting a place to stay, the transitional housing programs provide other services as well. This will range from free food to financial literacy and budgeting classes. Also get help in locating an affordable, permanent home or apartment to live in Vermont. Or inquire into government assistance or low income housing, such as section 8 or rapid rehousing programs. The goal is to always first prevent homeless, and then rehouse a Vermont resident as quickly as possible. Ensuring an individual is self-sufficient is key to gaining stability.

20 Gable Place
Barre, Vermont 05641-4138
Call (802) 479-1053 for information.
The Kaizen Project of Washington County offers a limited number of transitional housing units. The program is offered in partnership with the Central Vermont Community Land Trust, Barre District AHS, and also the Central Vermont Community Action. Among other things, the project provides stable housing, partial rent subsidies, transitional living services, counseling, housing search assistance, and more.

Bennington Coalition For The Homeless - Thatcher House
212 Pleasant Street
Bennington, VT 05201
Telephone - (802) 753-7205
In addition to temporary housing, offers case management, life skills training, and employment readiness training and support. They also supports individuals being released from custody or prison.




Bennington, Vermont 05201
(802) 442-2370
Victims of domestic violence can receive social services, legal aid, emergency shelter, and housing advocacy. It is available for both women, men and their children of Bennington County. Long term case management is also offered in addition to the transitional housing.

Veterans, Inc. Bradford House
378 North Main Street
Bradford, VT 05033
(802) 222-9087
Shelter, short term housing and supportive services for homeless Veterans. It also sets them up for independent living and will help them transition into permanent housing.

Brattleboro Housing Authority
Address is 224 Melrose Street
Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
(802) 254-6071

Burlington Emergency Shelter - Good Neighbor Program
Address is 89 North St.
Burlington, VT 05401
(802) 862-9879

Morningside Shelter
Location is 81 Royal Road
Brattleboro, VT 05301
(802) 257-0066
A shelter is for the homeless and people on the verge of eviction. Receive outreach, low-cost transitional housing, emergency rent help and homeless prevention services. Other assistance in the region can include case management, referrals for medical, economic, mental health, and social support services, and emergency food.

Windham And Windsor Housing Trust
Address is 68 Birge Street Daly Shoe Building
Brattleboro, VT 05301
Call (802) 254-4604
Low income apartment residences for single mothers and pregnant women.




Women's Freedom Center
Brattleboro, Vermont 05302
(802) 254-6954
Receive information and referrals, emergency shelter, food, clothing, and cash assistance/money to any women who seeks assistance because of violence or abuse directed toward her.

Burlington Emergency Shelter
Main address is 89 North Street
Burlington, VT 05401
Telephone: (802) 862-9879

Cotscots Main Street Family Shelter
Location is 278 Main Street
Burlington, VT 05401
(802) 864-2651
Provides temporary emergency shelter, case management, meals, and more for families.
Another location is at 120 North Champlain Street, Burlington, Vermont 05401. Phone (802) 862-6567

Rutland County Women's Network and Shelter
Rutland, Vermont
Phone - (802) 775-6788

76 Glen Road
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Main number is (802) 864-7467
The programs administered provide temporary and transitional housing in the form of apartments and efficiency units.

Spectrum Youth And Family Services
31 Elmwood Avenue
Burlington, VT 05401
(802) 864-7423
Provides transitional housing and temporary shelter for homeless youth and at-risk youth. Other assistance includes life skills education as well as individual case management.

Women Helping Battered Women
Burlington, VT 05401
Main number of the Chittenden County site is (802) 658-1996

BROC - Community Action In Southwestern Vermonter’s Motel
1122 Business Route 4
Center Rutland, Vermont 05736
Telephone (802) 773-9480
Administers temporary housing and support services, counseling, and more.





Windsor County Youth Services - Mountainside House Transitional living program
Main address is 6 Mill Street
Ludlow, Vermont 05149
(802) 228-6880
Another location of this agency is at 756 Main Street, Proctorsville, VT 05153, (802) 226-7500

Good Samaritan Haven
105 N Seminary St
Barre, VT 05641
(802) 479-2294

Middlebury Community Care Coalition
Main address is 27 North Pleasant Street, Charter House
Middlebury, VT 05753
(802) 388-3608
The non-profit offers transitional housing for up to 12 months. Donations are always needed of clothes, cleaning supplies, linens, food, and more. Or call them for referrals.

Washington County Youth Service Bureau / Boys & Girls Club
38 Elm Street
Montpelier, Vermont 05601
Call (802) 229-9151
Assistance is for the homeless youth. Assistance provided includes life skills training, jobs and education, peer support groups, assistance in the areas of locating and paying the rent on housing, and other support.

Lamoille Family Center
Main address is 480 Cady's Falls Road
Morristown, VT 05661
(802) 888-5229
Receive housing and other services including job readiness skills, case management, applications for government housing in Vermont and counseling.

United Way Of Lamoille County
20 Morrisville Plaza, Suite B
TD Bank Building
Morrisville, VT 05661
(802) 888-3252
The center offers a transitional housing program for residents of Lamoille County. It is for those who are behind on their rent or who are currently homeless. Also get help in locating permanent employment and affordable housing.

Nekcanekca Outreach - Newport
Address - 70 Main Street
Newport, Vermont 05855
Telephone number is (800) 639-4065





VA Medical Center And Regional Office - The Veteran's Place, Inc.
220 Vine Street
Northfield, Vermont 05663
(866) 687-8387
The location serves as a Transitional Housing Facility and also offers case management to clients and low income/poor families.

Clara Martin Center - Safe Haven of Orange County
4 Highland Avenue
Randolph, VT 05060
(802) 728-5233
The non-profit coordinates emergency and transitional housing program. It also offers free case management, peer mentoring, housing counseling, and life skills counseling.

Our Place Drop-In Center
6 Island St
Bellows Falls, Vermont 05101
(802) 463-2217

Rutland County Veterans Assistance Office
95 Crescent Street
Rutland, Vermont 05701
(802) 775-6772
Programs offered include clothing, shelter, free food, and an individualized program to reintegrate veterans back into the larger Vermont community. Get help in signing up for benefits, government housing, financial aid and other support.

Voices Against Violence / Laurie's House
PO Box 72
Saint Albans, VT 05478
Telephone number is (802) 524-8538

Northwestern Counseling And Support Services
Location is 107 Fisher Pond Road
Saint Albans, VT 05478
Telephone number is (800) 834-7793





Samaritan House
24 Kingman Street
Saint Albans, Vermont 05478
(802) 373-6505
The location runs transitional homes and apartments for clients. The agency will also offer case management to assist participants in repairing credit, finding employment, locating and paying for permanent housing, and to in general assist them with housing stability.

Northeast Kingdom Youth Services - Elm Street Shelter
Main address is 87 Elm Street
Saint Johnsbury, VT 05819
(802) 748-8711
Supports mostly homeless youth.

Northeastern Family Institute - Vermont, Nfi - Springfield Community Alternatives
Main address is 14 Clinton Street, Suite 3
Springfield, Vermont 05156
Call (802) 885-1055
This is a staffed apartment program whose focus includes offering affordable housing, educational, vocational and mental health services to the needy and homeless.

Springfield Restorative Justice Center of Windsor County
56 Main Street, Suite 208
Springfield, VT 05156
(802) 885-8707

Springfield Supportive Housing
Main address is 12 Valley Street
Springfield, VT 05156
Dial (802) 885-3034
Resources can help low-income individuals and families transition from homelessness to housing stability and also long-term self-sufficiency. Clients need to be actively participating in Economic Service programs, credit counseling, job training, and like programs. The agency will also offer extensive case-management for parenting, budgeting and crisis management and intervention.

Vermont Recovery Network, Turning Point Recovery Center Of Springfield
7 Morgan Street
Springfield, Vermont 05156
(802) 885-4668

Upper Valley Haven
713 Hartford Avenue
White River Junction, VT 05001
Telephone - (802) 295-6500
On site there is temporary emergency shelter for adult couples and single adults. Social workers also offer other supportive services to help in the crisis of ending homelessness.

Cotscanal Street Veterans Housing
120 West Canal Street
Winooski, Vermont 05404
(802) 655-1617

Veterans Inc.
(800) 482-2565
Offers supportive services for homeless Veterans and those behind on their rent and facing eviction. Get assistance with the goal of helping live independently and transition into short term shelter, transitional apartments, and then permanent housing.






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