Housing Vermont is a private, nonprofit development company founded in 1988 to produce permanently affordable rental housing for Vermonters through partnerships with communities and the private sector. The partnerships advance State and local development goals, particularly downtown revitalization, and create safe and attractive apartments.
SASH coordinates the resources of social service agencies, community health providers and nonprofit housing organizations to support Vermonters who choose to live independently at home. Individualized, on-site support is provided by a Wellness Nurse and a trained SASH Care Coordinator. SASH serves seniors and individuals with special needs who receive Medicare support and who live in congregate housing – or the surrounding community. Today, SASH touches the lives of approximately 5,000 people across the state of Vermont.
Vermont Housing & Conservation Board's dual goals are creating affordable housing for Vermonters, and conserving and protecting Vermont's agricultural land, forestland, historic properties, important natural areas, and recreational lands are of primary importance to the economic vitality and quality of life of the State. VHCB has the best interests of all of its citizens and in order to improve the quality of life for Vermonters and to maintain for the benefit of future generations the essential characteristics of the Vermont countryside, and to support farm, forest, and related enterprises, Vermont should encourage and assist in creating affordable housing and in preserving the State's agricultural land, forestland, historic properties, important natural areas and recreational lands, and in keeping conserved agricultural land in production and affordable for future generations of farmers.
Vermont Housing Finance Agency's mission is to finance and promote affordable, safe and decent housing opportunities for low- and moderate-income Vermonters. VHFA works to provide access to affordable mortgage financing, stimulate the development of perpetually affordable housing, and heighten general awareness of housing needs for low- and moderate-income Vermonters particularly with groups who can have an impact on the production of such housing, including the legislature, community officials and the business community.
Alliance Property Management is tasked with managing all of our properties within our service area of Lamoille County plus the Town of Hardwick. APM has been a great partner to LHP for many years.
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