The Current bus service, formally Connecticut River Transit, runs 15 commuter and local in-town buses and several para-transit and Dial-a-Ride buses in Vermont’s Windham and Windsor counties and into neighboring New Hampshire. Our service area includes in-town routes in Brattleboro, Bellows Falls, and Springfield, as well as between-town commuter routes to Rutland, Bellows Falls, Springfield, Brattleboro, Hanover / Lebanon, NH, and other towns. Please visit http://crtransit.org/ for more information, routes and schedules.
Providing help and support to people of all ages in Grafton and Athens, Vermont. Please call (802)869-2674 or visit the website http://www.graftoncares.org
If you are seeking resources for successful aging in Southern Vermont, Senior Solutions is here for you. We serve residents aged 60 and up, and the people who care about them. If we don’t have what you need, our goal is to connect you with someone who does! Please click the link below to go to the Senior Solutions web-site or call the Senior Solutions staff at (800) 642-5119. www.seniorsolutionsvt.org
The mission of Southeastern Vermont Community Action (SEVCA) is “to enable people to cope with, and reduce the hardships of poverty; create sustainable self-sufficiency; and reduce the causes and move toward the elimination of poverty.” SEVCA gives people the knowledge, tools, and support to break the cycle of dependence, and works to find solutions to the deep-seated problems of poverty, largely by empowering and collaborating with those whose lives are affected by it daily. http://www.sevca.org/
Valley Cares Inc. is a community-based 501 (c) (3) organization committed to providing affordable housing and supportive services to the elderly residents of the West River Valley and surrounding towns. Valley Cares acts as the developer and property manager for West River Valley Senior Housing in Townshend, Vermont. Please visit http://www.valleycares.org or call (802)365-4115.
SeVEDS exists to reverse the Windham Regions economic decline. We envision developing the Southern Vermont economy to generate long-term growth and prosperity, improve the regions quality of life and sustain its quality of place. http://seveds.com
Vermont Center for Independent Living
VCIL believes that individuals with disabilities have the right to live with dignity and with appropriate support in their own homes, fully participate in their communities, and to control and make decisions about their lives.
VCIL also provides practical assistance for interpreting and implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act and other civil rights laws. Please call (800)639-1522 or visit http://www.vcil.org
The Vermont Veteran’s Home provides residential facilities, programs and care for service men and women, and their spouses, in the tri-state area. Further information is available at http://vvh.vermont.gov or on their facebook page.
We are dedicated to delivering outstanding home health and hospice services that enrich the lives of the people we serve. In more than 140 towns in Vermont and New Hampshire, we deliver excellence in nursing, rehabilitation, hospice, and personal care services. As a non-profit, our only goal is helping people. Please visit our website, http://www.vnhcare.org or call (888)300-8853.
The Women’s Freedom Center is the local organization working to end domestic and sexual violence in Windham and Southern Windsor Counties. We are a feminist organization committed to offering support and advocacy to survivors of violence, as well as prevention and educational activities to help create a community in which violence is not tolerated.24 hour hotlines: Windham – 802-254-6954 Southern Windsor – 802-885-2050
Our hotline is confidential and can be called 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You may also reach us toll-free at 1-800-773-0689. Collect calls are accepted. Please visit the website for more information http://womensfreedomcenter.net/
At Youth Services we believe in helping youth within the context of their families and their world. We also believe in helping people learn how to grow, both as individuals and as a family, so they can solve their own problems.
- Building youth’s internal and external assets
- Teaching life skills
- Matching youth with a positive role model
- Screening and treatment for substance abuse
- Family reconciliation and mediation
- Transitioning youth to independent living
- Reducing the risk of out-of-home placement
- Counseling youth and families
- Helping juvenile offenders make amends
- Providing alternatives to the court process
- Coordinating and accessing services
- Providing referrals and information
Please visit us at http://youthseresinc.orgvic/ or call (802)257-0361