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Upcoming webinars from New England Resident Service Coordinators, Inc. (NERSC)

Mental health update– June 9

Presented by Thomas Burr, NAMI Connecticut, Inc.

This webinar will educate participants on mental health and mental illnesses, explore the role that trauma plays in mental health, as well as the stigma that mental health holds in society. The session will provide tips for maintaining good mental health, teach participants how to identify someone who may be struggling, and how to best support them and connect them to resources. The session will also explore the latest research and treatment options.

Upcoming webinars from New England Resident Service Coordinators, Inc.

Focusing, Collaborating, and Supporting Autonomy: Key Strategies for Effective Change Conversations

Vermont Office of Economic Opportunity issues RFP for Family Supportive Housing

The Vermont Office of Economic Opportunity in the Department for Children and Families is now accepting proposals for the Phase IV Expansion of the Family Supportive Housing program for FY21. Family Supportive Housing places families experiencing homelessness into housing and provides long-term, intensive service coordination and case management to help families keep housing.

Looking for affordable rental housing?

Are you or is someone you know in need of an affordable apartment? According to the Vermont Directory of Affordable Rental Housing, there are current vacancies in 47 affordable housing complexes throughout the state. Learn more about specific units by clicking on the development name below, or by visiting the vacancy profiles on the website. 

Updates needed to Vermont's list of vacant subsidized rental homes

To help re-house Vermonters in living quarters rendered unsafe by COVID-19, owners and managers of Vermont's subsidized apartments are encouraged to list all vacancies on the Vermont Housing Data website. In addition to Vermonters who find themselves in need of rental housing, HUD and FEMA both use this vacancy list to coordinate disaster recovery.

Housing resources during the COVID-19 outbreak

VHFA is aware that many homebuyers, current homeowners, and property owners may have questions and concerns about buying a home or paying their mortgage during the COVID-19 outbreak.  To address these issues, VHFA has compiled a list of resources:

For homebuyers

VHFA continues operations during COVID-19 outbreak

In the midst of the unprecedented outbreak of COVID-19, VHFA is committed to continuing to provide excellent service to its partners while also safeguarding the health of its staff and of the community. To that end, as of this week, VHFA will be limiting the number of staff in our office. The majority of VHFA staff will be working from home. Our staff responses may be slightly delayed due to the change in conditions, and we appreciate your patience as we adjust.

[Update: VHFA's office is closed to the public as of 3/24/20. The majority of VHFA staff continue to work from home]

Need an affordable apartment?

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Need an affordable apartment?

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Need an affordable apartment?

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