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Community Resources

This list of Community Resources is comprised of local organizations and services ranging from financial stability to family support, as well as organizations dedicated to veteran and disabled individuals' well being. 

(Please click on the organization to be directed to their website)

  • Capstone provides comprehensive services to help people achieve economic well-being with dignity and develops partnerships to strengthen Vermont communities.
    Capstone provides assistance with the following: Emergency food access, Home heating fuel, Emergency housing access, Education and development services for children, Home weatherization, Child care meals, Transportation, Financial literacy programs, Tax filing, Job skill building and training, Health care and health insurance literacy

  • CHNC works to end domestic and sexual violence in Lamoille County.
    CHNC provides support and direct services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence, advocacy programs, emergency shelter, community outreach programs to affect social change.
    If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic or sexual violence, call Clarina's confidential and free 24 hour hotline: (802) 888-5256.

  • GMSS provides services to empower neighbors with disabilities to be at home in the community. Services provided include: adult family care, brain injury, developmental services. supported employment services

  • HLV is a coalition of community organizations and individuals working collaboratively to make healthy choices easy for residents of all ages of Lamoille Valley.
    Programs focus on prevention, treatment and recovery from substance abuse, alcohol use, prescription drugs, suicide, tobacco use.

  • Home Share Now matches people with room to share in their homes with those seeking affordable housing options, and secures housing for all via mutually beneficial relationships

  • LCFS is a nonprofit dedicated to providing food security for our friends and neighbors in and around Lamoille County, Vermont.
    LCFS' food pantry is located at 197 Harrel Street in Morrisville, next door to Capstone Community Action and the Community College of Vermont. Families and individuals can come and receive basic food and other grocery items to help stretch their food dollar.

  • LFC affirms the right of all children to grow up in an environment that enables them to become healthy adults by encouraging, educating and celebrating families. encourages, educates and celebrates families.
    Services offered include: Children's integrated services, Child care support, Youth and young adult services, Family support services

  • LHP develop income eligible, affordable rental housing specifically for households that earn 30% to 120% of area median income, and who are considered low or moderate income earning. Their mission statement, mission in action, and organizational belief is solely dedicated to preserving housing affordability, reducing housing affordability barriers, and closing housing opportunity gaps among individuals and families that earn low and moderate incomes. LHP residents include families, members of the workforce, older people, people with disabilities, veterans and individuals who have experienced homelessness.

  • LRC is a community based agency established to support victims of crime, address unlawful behaviors, and promote health families and communities within the Lamoille Valley Region of Vermont.
    Programs include: Court Diversion, Precharge Program, Pretrial Services, Reparative Program, Youth Substance Abuse Safety Program, Lamoille Valley Truancy Project, Driver's License Reinstatement Program

  • North Central Vermont Recovery Center is dedicated to providing an upbeat, welcoming, safe, and substance-free environment for individuals and families on their paths to lasting recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. Assistance is provided to all citizens regardless of age, race, gender, religion, or sexual orientation. All services offered at NCVRC are FREE OF CHARGE.
    Services include: Substance abuse recovery coaching, Opiate addiction pathway guide, GYST program for young adults , Support for families and loved ones of individuals struggling with addiction

  • Supportive Services for Veteran Families prevents homelessness by helping qualifying veterans and their families gain access to the resources they need in order to successfully transition to or maintain permanent housing.
    In addition to this, SSVF connects veterans and families with other community resources including: Housing counseling services, Health care services, Personal financial planning services, Transportation services, Employment services, Income support services, Legal services, Child care, Daily living services

  • United Way of Lamoille County advocates for the health, education and financial stability of Lamoille County families. UWLC develops programs to help lead people towards a life of self sufficiency – UWLC identifies needs of the community, and partners with local organizations and local citizens to meet the community need.
    Programs include: Vermont 211, Meals on Wheels, North Central VT Recovery Center, MACC Farm to School program, Community food drives, Prescription discount program, C.A.R.E. program, Firewood program, New Foundations, Shoveling for Seniors, Tatum’s Totes, Jeffersonville Farmer’s Market Power of Produce, Mo’Resilient, Jupiter Farms Harvesting Health Program, Help Our Precious Elders, Teen Gift Card program

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