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The State of Vermont designated Age Well as the Area Agency on Aging for Addison, Chittenden, Franklin, and Grand Isle Counties in northwestern Vermont.
Homelessness assistance programs provide funding to States and local governments and nonprofit providers to serve individuals and families across the United States who are affected by homelessness.
Safe at Home
The goal of the Safe at Home program is to help victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking, who have relocated or are about to relocate, in their effort to keep their perpetrators from finding them.
State Rental Laws & Rules for Renters & Landlords
Take a look at Vermont rental laws and rules for renters and landlords.
Vermont 211 is the number you dial to find out about hundreds of important community resources.
Vermont Automated Notification Service (VANS)
The Vermont Automated Notification Service known as VANS is a free, confidential, service that provides information and notification to victims of crime and members of the community.
Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services
The Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services joins with victims, survivors, and those who interact with victims and offenders.
Vermont Criminal Justice Process - Adults
This process can be both confusing and intimidating to anyone who has not had experience with the criminal justice system. Although each case is different, your case will probably go through some of the following stages.
Vermont Criminal Justice Process - Juveniles
Take a look at information about the Criminal Justice Process for Juveniles.
Through a network of 280 food shelves, meals sites, senior centers, shelters, after-school programs, the Vermont Foodbank runs programs that help feed as many as 86,000 Vermonters who need food assistance.
Vermont Network for Domestic & Sexual Violence
The Vermont Network is the federally recognized domestic and sexual violence coalition in Vermont.