LGBTQ+ Resources

Pride Center of Vermont maintains the below list of for the purpose of helping to increase awareness of and access to resources for the LGBTQ+ community at large. This list is a crowd-sourced, living document. If you have any questions specific to resources, please contact the resources directly.

Please email info@pridecentervt.org if you have any updates that you would like made to these resources (additions, notes about what is no longer available, concerns about safety or access for LGBTQ+ folks and people with disabilities, etc.).

If you have any concerns regarding safety accessing these resources and would like accompaniment or advocacy, please feel free to reach out to safespace@pridecentervt.org for assistance.

Identity Specific Resources

Pride Center of Vermont – Social Programs, Services, & Support for LGBTQ+ Adults Statewide

Outright Vermont – Services, Support, & Social Progams for LGBTQ+ youth age 22 and under, and their families

Out in the Open – Out in the Open connects rural LGBTQ people to build community, visibility, knowledge and power.

The Prism Center at UVM – serves the diverse queer and trans communities at the University of Vermont.

  • Pride Center of Vermont’s THRIVE Program – Group for Queer & Trans People of Color to share space and build community with one another! With a wide range of events and activities, we hope to support all QTPOC Vermonters.
  • Justicia Migrante/Migrant Justice – Organizing for economic justice and human rights!
  • AALV, Inc. – AALV helps new Americans from all parts of the world gain independence in their new communities through a range of integration services, including bridging case management, workforce development, behavioral health awareness, and interpreter services programming.
  • U.S. Committee for Refugees & Immigrants, Vermont Field Office – Comprehensive services including housing placement, cultural orientation, school enrollment, coordination of initial health appointments, employment preparation and placement, and transitional short-term cash assistance for newly arrived refugees.

Domestic & Sexual Violence Resources

Vermont Domestic Violence Hotline – (800) 228-7395

Vermont Sexual Violence Hotline – (800) 489-7273

Vermont Human Trafficking Hotline – (888) 984-7888

Pride Center of Vermont’s SafeSpace Program – Advocates provide free and confidential emotional support, advocacy, and resources for LGBTQ+ survivors of violence and discrimination. Support and Relationship Skills Groups offered periodically.

Vermont Network Against Domestic & Sexual Violence – Links to county-specific organizations as well as statewide hotlines and legal assistance.

Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services – Compensation programs for victims of various crimes.

Deaf Vermonters Advocacy Services – Advocacy agency culturally and linguistically designed to meet specific needs of Deaf, Deaf/Blind and Hard of Hearing victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Domestic Violence Resources
National Domestic Violence Hotline – 24/7 hotline, online chat, and educational resources.

Docusafe from National Network to End Domestic Violence – free mobile app to document stalking, harassment, abuse, etc.

Abuse of Power – Information and resources for victims and survivors of police-perpetrated domestic violence.

Sexual Violence Resources
RAINN – National Sexual Assault telephone hotline and online chat.

VictimConnect Resource Center – Referral helpline where crime victims can learn about their rights and options confidentially and compassionately.

National Street Harassment Hotline – Free, 24/7 support, advice, and information for victims of gender-based street harassment. Phone and online chat options.

Malesurvivor.org – Online community and information for male survivors of sexual violence.

How to Report a Sexual Assault to a Dating App

Discrimination, Hate Crimes, & Legal Resources

SafeSpace Anti-Violence Program – emotional support, advocacy, and referrals for LGBTQ+ people in Vermont experiencing violence and/or discrimination

Office of the Attorney General, Civil Rights Unit – services for unlawful employment discirmination/practices

Human Rights Commission – protects people from unlawful discrimination in housing, state government, employment, and public accomodations

American Civil Liberties Union of Vermont (ACLU-VT)Request legal assistance for violations of civil liberties and civil rights.

Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services – compensation program for victims of various crimes

Safety Net Apps – free mobile apps from National Network to End Domestic Violence to help identify and document stalking, harassment, abuse, etc.

Lambda Legal Help Desk – information and resources relating to discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and/or HIV status.

Disability Rights Vermont – DRVT provides information, referral and advocacy services, including legal representation when appropriate, to individuals with disabilities throughout Vermont.

CVOEO Fair Housing Project – advocacy, education, and support around fair housing in Vermont

Vermont Law Help – This website provides general civil (non-criminal) legal information and helps you find free and low-cost civil legal aid, help and services in Vermont.

GLAD – GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders

National LGBTQ Task Force – training and mobilizing millions of activists across our nation to deliver a world where you can be you.

Housing & Food

COTS Printable Survivor’s Guide to Burlington 

Vermont Economic Services Division Housing Assistance – Several programs that help individuals and families who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless.

Vermont Home Heating Fuel Assistance – Help paying part of your home heating bills, for homeowners and renters.

Vermont Crisis Fuel Assistance – Financial help with a heating crisis during the winter months.

Vermont State Housing Authority – Affordable Housing resources including rental assistance, Section 8 assistance, home ownership programs, and managed housing.

CVOEO Vermont Tenants Resources – Provides free information, and referral services directly to tenants by phone and face-to-face tenant counseling.

Committee on Temporary Shelter – Services and shelters for Vermonters at risk of losing their home or becoming homeless, or currently experiencing homelessness.

Vermont Legal Help Housing Resources – Legal information and aid for housing-related issues.

General Assistance

3SquaresVT – 3SquaresVT is Vermont’s name for the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (or SNAP) which provides funds to purchase food.

Vermont Foodbank Locations – Map & Contact info for foodbanks statewide.

NOFA-VT Farm Share Program – The Farm Share Program provides income-eligible Vermonters with the opportunity to support their local CSA farmer and receive reliable access to high-quality produce on weekly basis through an innovative cost-share model

Specific Needs

WIC – WIC provides access to healthy foods, nutrition education and counseling, and breastfeeding support to pregnant people, caregivers and parents with a child under five years.

Farm to Family – Coupons that can be used to buy locally-grown, fresh fruits, fresh vegetables and fresh-cut herbs at participating farmers markets and farm stands.

VCIL Meals on Wheels – Provides hot meals to Vermonters under age 60 with chronic conditions or disabilities.

Age Well Meals on Wheels – In-Home Meal Delivery, Community Meals & Restaurant Ticket Program, and Nutrition Counseling for older adults.

Commodity Supplemental Food Program – Monthly Supplementary Food Box for individuals 60 years and older.

Vermont Pet Food Resources – Map of Vermont organizations that provide free pet food.

Health Care & Access

Vermont Diversity Health Project – A Pride Center of Vermont maintained, searchable database of safe, affirming, supportive, and effective healthcare, social services, and wellness providers.

Planned Parenthood of Northern New England – Sexual & Reproductive healthcare & education, Trans-inclusive healthcare, Wellness Counseling, and other services.

Pride Center of Vermont’s HIV & Hep C Resources  Free rapid HIV & Hep C testing, and PrEP & PEP information.

GLAMDASH – Free condoms by mail for gay, bi, and/or trans guys in Vermont.

You First – You First (formerly Ladies First) offers personalized support to pay for and connect eligible Vermonters to breast, cervical and heart screenings, diagnostic tests and heart healthy lifestyle programs. Open to anyone with breasts and/or a cervix, not just women.

Health Care Advocate HelpLine – A free resource available to help all Vermonters solve problems related to health care, including finding free and reduced-cost healthcare programs, assistance applying for and navigating health coverage, and advice about billing problems and other healthcare issues.

Vermont Medicaid – Medicaid for Children & Adults provides free or low-cost health coverage, based on family size and household income.

State Benefits & Resources

Vermont 211 – Searchable database of available resources by category & location.

Vermont Agency of Human Services – Hub for a variety of programs including financial, housing, safety, and other support services.

Agency of Human Services Emergency/General Assistance Funding – Financial assistance for personal, housing, medical, and other emergencies.

Mental Health & Substance Use

LGBT National Help Center – Hotlines, online chat support, and referrals to local resources for LGBTQ+ folks, with options for youth, adults, and seniors.

Trans Lifeline(877) 565-8860 – Trans Lifeline is a grassroots non-profit organization offering direct emotional and financial support to trans people in crisis – for the trans community, by the trans community.

The Trevor Project – Voice, text, and chat crisis hotlines for LGBTQ+ youth up to age 25.

SAGE National LGBT Elder Hotline877-360-LGBT (5428) – 24/7 Hotline for LGBTQ+ elders and their caregivers.

Pathways Vermont Support Line – call or text (833) VT-TALKS / (833) 888-2557! – Confidential, peer-support “warm-line” providing non-judgmental support and connection for all Vermonters over the age of 18, that can help prevent a situation from escalating to an emergency.

Vermont Crisis Text Line – Text “VT” to 741741 – Free, 24/7 support for those in crisis via text messaging with trained Crisis Counselors.

SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline – Call or text 1-800-985-5990 – 24/7, 365-day-a-year crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.

StrongHearts Native Helpline1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) – 24/7 confidential, anonymous and culturally-appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans. Available via phone and online chat.

VT Helplink – Free, confidential public resource for finding substance use treatment and recovery services in Vermont. Available via phone or online chat.

Vermont Recovery Network – A network of 9 local, consumer driven, non residential facilities which provide peer supports, sober recreation activities, volunteer opportunities, community education and recovery supporting services.

Online LGBT+ AA Meetings Directory

Employment

Vermont Law Help Work Info – Information and assistance related to workers rights and compensation, disability rights at work, and other employment-related legal issues.
Vermont Unemployment – Step-by-step guide to applying for Unemployment Insurance in Vermont.
Individual Career Advancement Network (ICAN) – Job skills and employment support for individuals who receive 3SquaresVT.

Vermont Works for Women – Employment and career services for women.

Media & Other Resources

Out In The Open Radio Hour – Out in the Open Radio Hour is a show by and featuring rural LGBTQ people talking about our lives, sharing our art & music, learning together, and of course building our community, visibility, knowledge, and power!

Brown ‘n Out Podcast – Vermont resident Reggie Condra interviews Black and Brown LGBTQ+ Vermonters.

All Things LGBTQ – Weekly Vermont public access show featuring LGBTQ news and interviews

All Things LGBTQ Youth Edition –  Youth discussion of LGBTQ issues in Vermont

GLAAD –  As a dynamic media force, GLAAD tackles tough issues to shape the narrative and provoke dialogue that leads to cultural change.

LGBTQIA Alliance of Vermont – The Alliance provides expert advice to elected officials, political activists, state agencies, community based and professional organizations, and other interested parties on representing and protecting the interests and rights of LGBTQIA Vermonters.

 

COVID-19 Resources

Vermont Covid Landing Page

CDC Symptom List & Self Checker

Covid-19 Crowd Sourced Resources

Covid-19 Child Care Resources

Legal Services Vermont and Vermont Legal Aid COVID Updates on benefits and laws

IRS Economic Impact of COVID-19 Payments – Has link to enter payment info for folks who may not have filed taxes in 2018 or 2019, and also has the link for upcoming

Grocery Store’s Offerings to “More Vulnerable” populations – Listings statewide of grocery stores offering curbside pick-up, delivery, and/or specific hours for folx at higher risk from COVID-19.

Mutual Aid – Peace and Justice Center also has a page with many of these resources and more! They have mutual aid request forms (e.g., food delivery, child care, etc.) at the bottom of their page specific to different parts of Vermont.

Addison County

DOMESTIC & SEXUAL VIOLENCE

WomenSafe – advocacy, education, and support for surivors of domestic and/or sexual violence

SafeSpace Anti-Violence Program – (statewide) advocacy, referals, and support for LGBTQ+ people in Vermont experiencing violence and/or discrimination

COMMUNITY SERVICES

HOPE (Helping Overcome Poverty’s Effects) – support services for low-income families such as emergency food shelf, financial assistance, emergency rent assistance

FOOD ASSISTANCE 

HOPE (Helping Overcome Poverty’s Effects) – support services for low-income families such as emergency food shelf, financial assistance, emergency rent assistance

Have a Heart Community Food Shelf – provides a community meal and packed meal bags, typically on the third Friday of every month

Vergennes Community Food Shelf – provides a food shelf which operates Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays

Addison Community Action CVOEO – food shelf located in Middlebury

Charter House Coalition – Free community meals every day of the week (not LGBTQ specific)

HOUSING

Addison County Community Trust – provides affordable housing to people of low to moderate income

HOPE (Helping Overcome Poverty’s Effects) – support services for low-income families such as emergency food shelf, financial assistance, emergency rent assistance

SHELTERS

John Graham Emergency Shelter

Charter House Coalition – Winter warming shelter, summer shelter, and day station for showering, activities, and other assistance

COUNSELING & MENTAL HEALTH

Counseling Services of Addison County (CSAC) – outpatient mental health services

Vermont Diversity Health Project (VDHP) – resource for finding LGBTQ+ safe and affirming providers in your area

 

Bennington County

LGBTQ+ SPECIFIC

Queer Connect Bennington

Rural Queer Community Care Listings –  Southern Vermont Specific LGBTQ+ Community Support self-listings.

 

HIV+ STATUS 

AIDS Project of Southern Vermont – serves individuals affected by HIV/AIDS

PAVE – provides services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence
BROC – Community Action in Southwestern Vermont – services include fuel & utility assistance, food support, housing assistance

FOOD ASSISTANCE 

Bennington Interfaith – support with food, financial needs, and medical care

Bennington Meals on Wheels – emergency, short and long term meals

BROC – Community Action in Southwestern Vermont – services include fuel & utility assistance, food support, housing assistance

Green Mountain Christian Center – food pantry is open 1st & 3rd Wednesday 4-6 pm

Harvest Food Kitchen – serves free meals 7 days/week

Manchester Food Cupboard

Neighbor to Neighbor Manchester – food, financial, and support services

Sacred Heart St Francis – Food pantry open Wednesdays 1-4 and Fridays 10-12

HOUSING

Bennington Coalition For the Homeless – shelter, food, and support services

Bennington Housing Authority 

Shires Housing – Affordable apartment rentals

 

 

United Counseling Services of Bennington County – wide range of mental health services

 

Caledonia County

The Advocacy Program At Umbrella: (802) 748-8645; 24 Hour Hotline; emergency/transitional housing; safety planning; support groups; Website’s language is “woman”-centered.

H.O.P.E – Provides clothing, food, care packages, and support to survivors of domestic violence, fires, and homelessness.

AWARE VT – Dedicated to resolving the causes and effects of domestic violence and sexual assault in the greater Hardwick area. AWARE provides services year-round, 24 hours a day, governed by a volunteer board of directors, utilizing paid employees and numerous volunteers.

FOOD

Danville Ecumenical Community Shelter

Groton Emergency Food Shelf

Hardwick Area Food Pantry

H.O.P.E – Food pantry in Lyndonville

Kingdom Community Services – Food pantry in Saint Johnsbury

Lyndon Area Emergency Food Shelf – Food pantry in Lyndonville

NEKCA Saint Johnsbury – Food pantry in Saint Johnsbury

Northeast Kingdom Community Action – Food pantry in Saint Johnsbury

Sheffield Food Pantry

 

HOUSING

Gilman Housing Trust – Provides low to moderate income housing assistance (not LGBTQ focused)

Chittenden County

HOUSING

Burlington Housing Authority – Can provide application-based housing subsidies

Burlington Tenants Union – Community support regarding housing concerns

Champlain Housing Trust – assistance with affordable housing

COTS Housing Resource Center –  affordable transitional and permanent housing options

CVOEO Coordinated Statewide Housing Services – Offers housing-related financial assistance

Pathways to Housing – Assists with access to permanent housing

Winooski Housing Authority – Provides affordable housing options

FINANCIAL

Chittenden Community Action

ONE Good Deed Fund – Supporting the Old North End neighborhood and greater community of Burlington, VT through funding for good deeds between individuals and projects that benefit the Old North End.

FOOD

Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf, 228 N. Winooski Ave., (802) 658-7939

COTS Daystation, 179 S. Winooski Ave, (802) 862-5418

Pathways Vermont Community Center, 279 N. Winooski Ave

Burlington Little Free Pantry Network – a network of Little Free Pantries throughout Burlington. They are open to whoever would like to use them, so bring food and toiletries to share if you have them, and take whatever you need.

PET CARE

Good Neighbor Program, Chittenden Humane Society  – In partnership with homeless, domestic violence, and other local human service organizations. Designed to provide temporary shelter, free of charge, for beloved pets during times of crisis and transition in the lives of their owners, the program includes veterinary care, absolute confidentiality, and an assurance of exceptional care.

Humane Society of Chittenden County’s Rainy Day Fund – Offers financial assistance for Chittenden and Grand Isle County residents who are unable to pay for their pet’s unanticipated emergency medical treatment. This service is completely donor-funded and truly makes a difference in the lives of people & their pets.

Vermont Pet Food Resources – Map of Vermont organizations that provide free pet food.

SHELTERS

ANEW Place: 89 North Street: (802) 862-9879 (intake required, possible waiting period) Transitional housing program

COTS Daystation: 179 S. Winooski Ave: (802) 862-5418, 9am-5pm Drop in hours to access showers, medical care, and other services

COTS Family Shelter: (802) 864-2651, 24 hour Emergency overnight shelter for families

COTS Waystation: 187 Church Street: (802) 862-7776, 6pm-8am Provides overnight emergency shelter

Safe Harbor Winter Warming Shelter: 179 S. Winooski Ave: (802) 540-8503, 6pm-8am

Spectrum Youth Shelter (under 21): 177 Pearl Street: (802) 854-7423 x 325 or x202

HOUSING

Burlington Housing Authority – Can provide application-based housing subsidies

Burlington Tenants Union – Community support regarding housing concerns

Champlain Housing Trust – assistance with affordable housing

COTS Housing Resource Center –  affordable transitional and permanent housing options

CVOEO Coordinated Statewide Housing Services – Offers housing-related financial assistance

Pathways to Housing – Assists with access to permanent housing

Winooski Housing Authority – Provides affordable housing options

MEDICAL

Community Health Centers of Burlington – Healthcare, behavioral health, and dental care services for people of all ages, backgrounds, and life circumstances. Financial and insurance assistance available.

Safe Harbor Health Center – Services including medical and behavioral health/psychiatry at no-cost for adults and families experiencing homelessness.

 

COUNSELING & MENTAL HEALTH

Howard Center Community Support Programs – Mental Health and Substance Use support programs

Spectrum Youth & Family Services – “Our mission is to empower teenagers, young adults, and their families to make and sustain positive changes through prevention, intervention, and life skills services”.

First Call – 802) 488-7777 – 24 Hour Support Line for all ages & identities

 

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

VT Department of Labor – Career Resource Center, 63 Pearl Street: (802) 863-7676

Vocational Rehabilitation, 110 Cherry Street: (802) 863-7500

TRANSPORTATION

Downtown Transit Center, 100 Cherry Street: (802) 862-0211

Local bus (CCTA): (802) 864-2282

Long-distance bus (Vermont transit): (802) 864-6811

Greyhound bus, 1200 Airport Drive: (802) 864-6811

Megabus, 45 Cherry Street: 1-877-462-6342

 

Essex County

Please email info@pridecentervt.org with any suggested additions to this page!

Franklin County

Voices Against Violence / Laurie’s House – Hotline, support, and advocacy.
Franklin/Grand Isle County Community Action – Services include assistance with food, housing, transportation, utilities, etc.

Samaritan House – Emergency shelter and short-term emergency apartments in St. Albans area.

Vermont Employment Services St, Albans Office: 802.782.8255
Northern Tier Center for Health (NOTCH) – Full spectrum health care services, including family medicine, internal medicine, behavioral health, pharmacy, lab, and general dentistry. You pay what you can afford based on your income.

Northwestern Counseling and Support Services – Crisis Line 802-524-6554 – Mental Health Care & Human Services for adults, children, and families.

Healthy Minds – Counseling referral service with locations in St. Albans & Enosburg

Grand Isle County

Voices Against Violence / Laurie’s House – Hotline, support, and advocacy.
Franklin/Grand Isle County Community Action – Services include assistance with food, housing, transportation, utilities, etc.

Champlain Islanders Developing Essential Resources, Inc. (C.I.D.E.R.) – Providing resources that enable the people of Grand Isle County, Vermont to live in their community with dignity.

 

 

 

Northwestern Counseling and Support Services – Crisis Line 802-524-6554 – Mental Health Care & Human Services for adults, children, and families.

C.I.D.E.R. – Provides door through door transportation for Grand Isle County seniors (60+) and persons with disabilities as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Lamoille County

Clarina Howard Nichols Center –  24 hour hotline (802) 888-5256 – Provides advocacy programs, emergency shelter, support and direct services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence as well as community outreach programs to affect social change.
Capstone Community Action – Food and nutrition programs, housing and utility services.

Lamoille Community Food Share – Free Food Pantry.

Lamoille Housing Partnership – Access to affordable housing, resources for renters.

Lamoille Community House – Seasonal adult shelter from November-April.

Lamoille County Mental Health Services – Variety of mental health services for adults, youth, and families.

Lamoille Health Partners (Formerly Community Health Services of Lamoille Valley) – Federally Funded health center providing affordable primary care, pediatrics, and dental care.

North Central Vermont Recovery Center – a safe, welcoming, substance-free environment for individuals and families on their paths to lasting recovery from alcohol and drug addiction.

Orange County

Rainbow Umbrella of Central Vermont – LGBTQ social and political group in Central Vermont.
Have Justice, Will Travel – In-home consultations, transportation, and free legal representation for survivors.

Safeline – Support and advocacy for all victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.

Have Justice, Will Travel – In-home consultations, transportation, and free legal representation for survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
Clara Martin Center – Offering a comprehensive array of mental health and substance abuse services to the greater Upper Valley area.

Orleans County

Umbrella Survivor Advocacy – The Advocacy Program serves survivors and children of survivors who have experienced intimate partner violence, sexual violence, dating violence, and stalking.
Umbrella – Childcare assistance, economic empowerment, and other resources.

Northeast Kingdom Community Services – Financial assistance, housing, counseling, etc.

Orleans County Restorative Justice Center – Empowers community members to restore relationships that have been harmed by conflict, addresses the underlying roots of conflict and crime, and improves the quality of life in our community.

Rutland County

Queer Connect Rutland – We strive to build LGBTQIA+ community in Rutland County and throughout SW Vermont.
NewStory – Crisis hotline, advocacy, and shelter services for survivors of domestic violence.
 

BROC Community Action – Food assistance, housing counseling, utility assistance.

Homeless Prevention Center – Housing and financial assistance.

Open Door Mission – Temporary shelter, long-term veterans shelter, soup kitchen.

Washington County

Rainbow Umbrella of Central Vermont – LGBTQ social and political group in Central Vermont.
CIRCLE – 24-Hour Confidential Hotline 1-877-543-9498 – Emergency shelter, advocacy & support, and chat line for survivors of violence.

 

 

Capstone Community Action – Food and nutrition programs, housing and utility services.

Montpelier Area Food Pantry

Barre Housing Authority – The mission of the Barre Housing Authority is to provide safe, decent, and affordable housing to low-income families, elders and adults with disabilities.

Good Samaritan Haven –  Provides overnight shelter and support services for people experiencing homelessness in central Vermont.

 

People’s Health & Wellness Clinic – Provides primary health care and wellness education to the uninsured and underinsured community members of Central Vermont who cannot otherwise afford these services.

The Health Center – Offers comprehensive high quality and patient oriented health services to meet community needs, regardless of ability to pay.

Windham County

LGBTQ+ Specific

Out In The Open – “Out in the Open connects rural LGBTQ people to build community, visibility, knowledge and power. We envision a resilient community of communities that works toward the transformation of our economic, social, and political relationships. We are building a multi-issue social justice movement of rural LGBTQ people.” – Shout out to Out In the Open for assisting with coordinating this section of Windham County resources!

HIV+ Status

AIDS Project of Southern Vermont – Regional AIDS service organization providing direct services to people living with HIV/AIDS, and HIV prevention services to those at most risk in Windham, Bennington, and southern Windsor counties.

Women’s Freedom Center – The Women’s Freedom Center is the local organization working to end domestic and sexual violence serving both Windham and Southern Windsor Counties in Vermont. The WFC works with people of all gender identities.
Groundworks Collaborative– food shelf, job referrals, resources for homeless folks including shelter from the weather, phone access, a mailing address, case management, and clothing shelf.

United Way of Windham County

Pathways Vermont’s mission is to transform the lives of individuals experiencing mental health and other life challenges by supporting their chosen paths to well being in an atmosphere of hope and mutual respect.

Windsor County

Safeline – 800-639-7233 or safelineinfo@safelinevt.org – support for survivors of physical, sexual, and emotional violence.