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Vermont Homeless Shelters

Select a Vermont county from the list below in which you want to look for a homeless shelters.

Vermont Counties:

Chittenden (4)

Latest Update to Vermont Homeless Shelters database:

The Commitee On Temporary Shelter (cots)
Burlingtonq, VT - 05402
(802) 864-7402

The Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS) provides emergency shelter, services, and housing for people who are homeless or marginally housed in Vermont. COTS advocates for long-term solutions to end homelessness.

Burlington Emergency Shelter - Good Neighbor Program (for Men)
Burlington, VT - 05402
(802) 862-9879

The Good Neighbor program is a self-help program for those who come to the Shelter. Whether temporary guest, guests recovering from substance abuse or ex-inmates, the program is designed for those who desire spiritual support in their transition to a productive role in the community.

The Commitee On Temporary Shelter (cots) - The Wilson Hotel
Burlington, VT - 05402
(802) 864-7402

Purchased by COTS in 1984, this former hotel provides 22 single-room occupancy (SRO) units for people who are living independently and share a common kitchen. A longtime COTS employee serves as resident manager.

The Commitee On Temporary Shelter (cots) - St. John's Hall
Burlington, VT - 05402
(802) 864-7402

Opened in 1991, St. John’s Hall provides 18 single-room-occupancy (SRO) units and 4 apartments. Like the Wilson, St. John’s provides permanent, low-cost housing for residents who are living independently.

The Commitee On Temporary Shelter (cots) - Smith House
Burlington, VT - 05402
(802) 864-7402

Opened in the spring of 2002, this facility provides low-cost housing for up to 7 COTS clients who are transitioning from shelter and working with staff to overcome complex financial, health and/or substance-abuse issues. On average, 70 percent of the individuals living here move into permanent housing each year.

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