Submitted by Will White on April 27, 2017 - 11:08am
The At-Risk Children grant is open to social service providers, community centers, afterschool programs, refugee services organizations, shelters, low income housing programs, Head Start programs, early childhood education programs, and a wide range other groups throughout Vermont and New Hampshire that serve low-income or at-risk infants and children up to age 12 (or a portion of that age range).
The application deadline is May 15, 2017 for programming that will take place in the Fall of 2017.
Submitted by Leslie Black-Plumeau on March 9, 2017 - 3:29pm
VHFA has an immediate opening for a Multifamily Housing Management Officer. Named Vermont's Best Small Place to Work in 2016, we are looking for an individual who will help us maintain our great reputation, and who demonstrates a strong work ethic, is creative, puts customers first, and works well both independently and as a team player.
Submitted by Leslie Black-Plumeau on January 23, 2017 - 3:52pm
On Wednesday, March 8, 2017, Bess O’Brien, a nationally celebrated, VT based documentary film maker will present her award winning film The Hungry Heart The 93-minute film is a thoughtful and revealing look at prescription drug addiction shot right here in Vermont. The event is coordinated by Vermont Resident Services Coordinators (VRSC) and sponsored by VHFA and Vermont Housing Managers Association. Please R.S.V.P.
Submitted by Leslie Black-Plumeau on November 30, 2016 - 9:37am
The Children's Literacy Foundation (CLiF) is now accepting applications for its At-Risk Children grant. This free grant opportunity is open to social service providers, early childhood education programs, daycare centers, school-based programs such as ELL classrooms and afterschool programs, family centers, community organizations, shelters, low-income housing and other groups throughout Vermont and New Hampshire that serve low-income or at-risk infants and children up to age 12 (or a segment of that age range).
Submitted by Leslie Black-Plumeau on October 31, 2016 - 11:36am
The Common Rental Application for Housing in Vermont has been revised based on feedback from housing managers, applicant experiences and the state’s evolving information needs. The revised application was announced by Executive Director Sarah Carpenter last week at the annual conference of the Vermont Housing Managers Association.
As part of the Multifamily for Tomorrow Transformation, HUD’s Boston Satellite Office and the Northeast Region now have designated Grants Specialists overseeing HUD grant programs. In order to get acquainted with their valued customers and address questions, HUD invites program participants in the New England states to a Huddle with Grantees. The Huddle is designed for clients working with Resident Services Coordinator [RSC], Congregate Housing Services Program [CHSP], or Assisted Living Conversion Program [ALCP] grants, or for clients that have budget-funded RSCs.
In this upbeat, interactive workshop, Heather Main of Main Wellness Works will present dozens of ideas that you can use today to reduce stress, improve your energy and overall sense of well-being. Ideas presented will be philosophical, theoretical and practical, spanning everything from details about how much water you drink at work to how you approach your bucket-list of life dreams. We’ll talk about the 6-dimensions of wellness, how to get yourself out of a low or anxious mood, time management and tons more. Join us.
The Code establishes the process to obtain a construction or operating permit, lists the codes and standards that are adopted and describes the process used to evaluate and grant a variance or exemption from the Code.
Submitted by Leslie Black-Plumeau on October 3, 2016 - 2:19pm
Accessibility Matters is offering an online training program called “Home Sweet Accessible Home: Mitigating Liability in Accessible / Adaptable Multifamily Housing” on October 10th, 12th or 19th, 2016.