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HUD Vermont

portal.hud.gov

Provides information regarding homeownership and foreclosure avoidance

Vermont Housing and Conservation Board

www.vhcb.org

(802) 828-3250

Provides affordable housing and assistance to Vermont residents

Vermont Housing Finance Agency

www.vhfa.org

(802) 864-5743

Provides financial assistance to at-risk homeowners in Vermont

Smartvt Job Club

www.smartvt.org

802-318-4136

Structured coaching program designed to transform professionals into effective solutions providers offering the mentoring, skills and tools essential for business leadership

Vermont Works for Women

vtworksforwomen.org

802.622.0400

Helps women find work that leads to economic independence- job postings, step up training program, mentoring program, training for high demand jobs, work reentry program for parents

3SquaresVT

dcf.vermont.gov

1-800-479-6151

3SquaresVT is a federal USDA program (formerly food stamps) that can help stretch your food budget so you can put three healthy meals on your table every day.

Emergency and General Assistance in Vermont

dcf.vermont.gov

1-800-479-6151

Emergency and general assistance helps individuals and families with their emergency basic needs such as housing (e.g., mortgage, rent, room rent, temporary housing), fuel and utilities, personal need items, and medical needs.

BROC-Community Action in Southwestern Vermont

www.broc.org

802.775.0878

Today, BROC works to change conditions that either cause poverty or stand in the way of its elimination. Community Action assists low-income Vermonters with basic needs, as well as helping them develop skills and resources for self-sufficiency through employment opportunities. Community Action works to provide comprehensive, non-bureaucratic family services. BROC offers voluntary partnerships with families based on equality, respect, and mutual learning. These partnerships build on families' strengths and successes and have as their goal: moving out of poverty and into self-sufficiency.

Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity

www.cvoeo.org

(802) 862-2771

CVOEO addresses fundamental issues of economic, social, and racial justice and works with people to achieve economic independence. We bridge gaps and build futures. That is, we provide individuals and families with the basic needs of food, fuel and housing support in times of crisis, and we help them acquire the necessary education, financial skills and assets to build a stable future in which they thrive.

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