Vermont Community Action staff advocate for our vulnerable neighbors, ensure that the voiceless and oppressed receive support through Community Justice programs and obtain basic necessities. Vermonters find security and relief from discrimination in housing and safety from domestic and sexual violence.Find your local agency
New Americans can call our Financial Hotline (802) 860-1417 x 117 to speak to someone in their primary language about their financial questions related to Covid-19 and social distancing. We can help you get the information you need about available resources in Vermont to help you with financial and credit management, food, housing, renters’ rights, and finding a job.
Voices Against Violence
Crisis intervention, support and advocacy services to victims/survivors of domestic and sexual violence in Franklin County.
Working to protect and expand the fair housing legal rights of classes of people traditionally subjected to housing discrimination and exclusion.
Providing information and referral services directly to tenants over the phone with tenant counseling. Conducting workshops on tenant rights and responsibilities.
Mobile Home Program
Assistance for residents of a mobile home or a mobile home park anywhere in Vermont. Available for those with questions and concerns and support for resident associations and cooperatives.
Affordable and gently used clothing and shoes for the whole family, jewelry, toys, linens, tables, lamps, dressers, dishes, collectibles and holiday decorations are available at NEKCA and SEVCA.
Circles of Support and Accountability, Reparative and Restorative Justice Panel, Restorative Circles and Victim Services at BROC Community Action