Vermont Women's Shelters
Welcome to our Vermont page. We provide listings of shelters, transitional housing, residential treatment centers and women's residential services.
On the lower right we have listed all of the cities in Vermont where we have shelters. Search using the list on the right or using our search box below. Where possible we found other services such as government and non profit agencies to help women in need. We hope you find this information helpful.
If you are looking to donate to these shelters, we also provide the phone numbers and contact websites. Unfortunately this list is not all inclusive. If you see we are missing a shelter, please help us by adding it to our list.
The Main Street Family Shelter opened in November 2002 after a major capital campaign and renovation effort that took just eight months. This 200-year-old Victorian building was renovated into bright, dignified, temporary housing for up to 10 families â€” many with at least one employed parent.View Full Details
Overnight shelter for youth (under age 21). Temporary shelter for homeless or runaway youth. Youth ages 16-21 only. 24/7View Full Details
Provides food, shelter, housing, and hope to homeless individuals and families from around Vermont. Even if we do not have shelter available, we are happy to connect you with other Addison County agencies that can help you.View Full Details
The Womenâ€™s Freedom Center is the local organization in Windham County, Vermont working to end domestic and sexual violence. 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 coView Full Details
Laurieâ€™s House is the shelter run by Voices Against Violence. Laurieâ€™s House provides temporary emergency housing for up to 10 women and children at a time. In addition to shelter, the staff at Laurieâ€™s House provides support, advocacy, safety planning, crisis intervention, hView Full Details
A non-profit human service agency dedicated to assisting survivors of domestic and sexual violence.View Full Details
PAVE offers limited Emergency Shelter for up to two weeks, limited Transitional Housing for up to six months, and other kinds of emergency assistance or referrals to help survivors make a new start. In 2013, through our emergency and transitional housing programs we provided 33 adults and 21 childreView Full Details
A non-denominational Christian Ministry program that provides shelter to individuals over the age of 18. Separate living quarters available for women. Some services offered for help with housing and employment. Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm Sat-Sun: As availableView Full Details
Fostering communities of strong women, supported families and safe homes.View Full Details
COTS provides emergency shelter, services, and housing for people who are without homes or who are marginally housed. COTS advocates for long-term solutions to end homelessness. We believe: in the value and dignity of very human life; that housing is a fundamental human right; that emergency shelterView Full Details