The Veterans' Place

The Veterans' Place We are a substance free, 26 bed home, for homeless Veterans; they can stay up to 2 years working to restore their dignity and independence.

Welcome to The Veterans Place Website Our Purpose is to help Vermont’s Homeless Veterans by providing desperately needed resources in an all-in-one locale so these Veterans may regain their PRIDE, reach their full potential and once again become contributing members of society. The Veterans’ Place is a transitional housing facility combined with assistive services for Homeless Veterans within Central Vermont. Our goal is to help Homeless Veterans transition from the homeless population. We have more than twenty-five other dedicated partners helping us. NEED HELP ? Or WANT TO HELP ? Please Contact Us TODAY : (802) 485-8874 The Veterans’ Place offers a HAND-UP, not a HAND OUT. Participants must - be substance free; help with household chores; work diligently on self-improvement including finding employment; maintain a healthy lifestyle; and volunteer within the community. In return, participants may stay up to two-years in our structured program. We will assist as much as possible to help YOU achieve your personal goals.

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Josh Pallotta Fund

Josh Pallotta Fund

Suicide rates have increased during this most difficult time. If you are struggling, PLEASE don't give up. This WILL end. If you are a Veteran, First Responder, etc., contact The Vermont Center for Responder Wellness at 802-661-4376. Or call the Veterans Crisis Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, chat online, or send a text message to 838255 to receive confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. I am always here to listen. Call a friend, call a family member. Just PLEASE do NOT give up. We will NOT be better off without you.


Just an FYI. During the current situation, for the safety of our residents, Veterans' Place is not allowing any outside visitors until we feel it is safe to do so. If you have donations to leave at the house you may still do so. You may call ahead and we can meet you outside of you may just leave the donation on the front porch with you name and address so we know who to thank. Thank you all for all your support!

This mornings promotion of Saturday's Concert for The Veterans' Place with Jamie Lee Thurston!November 9th at Norwich Un...
Norwich University supports veterans by hosting Jamie Lee Thurston

This mornings promotion of Saturday's Concert for The Veterans' Place with Jamie Lee Thurston!
November 9th at Norwich University's Plumley Armory. Doors open at 6 pm to visit with Veteran's Organizations. Concert starts at 8 pm and goes to 10 pm.

Norwich University will host a benefit concert with country star Jamie Lee Thurston to support “The Veterans’ Place Inc at 8 p.m. on Saturday, November 9, in Plumley Armory. The Veteran…


220 Vine St
Northfield, VT

VA Transportation provided

General information

We are a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing our homeless Veterans population in Vermont - One Veteran At A Time. There are an estimated 150 homeless Veterans state-wide and approximately 30 in Washington County. The Veteran's Place is fully handicapped accessible and offers a stable living condition in addition to food, medical, legal, dental assistance as well as job seeking, substance abuse, clothing, personal hygiene, and PTSD counseling. We have 13 single-occupancy and 5 double-occupancy rooms. TVPI is a co-ed facility. The Veteran's Place has a fifteen passenger van for transporting residents. VISION: To help Homeless Veterans in Vermont by providing previously unavailable resources in an all-in-one locale so they may regain their PRIDE and reach their full potential. Then replicate The Veterans' Place around Vermont to eliminate Veterans homelessness. MISSION: To provide Homeless Veterans of the armed service and others - charitable housing, services, support and safety by giving them a hand-up and a chance out of homelessness. ALL MUST BE SUBSTANCE FREE GOALS: To create the Veterans' Place transitional housing facility combined with assistive services for Homeless Veterans within Central Vermont. To remove at least 20 homeless Veterans from the homeless population by 2010. RULES & RESPONSIBILITIES: All participants are expected to be substance free; adhere to written regulations, and voluntarily share house related duties. Participants will be charged nominal rent; 25% returned upon successful completion


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