The Brain Injury Association of Vermont (BIAVT) Resource Directory is meant to provide information and resources available to you within the State of Vermont. BIAVT neither endorses nor implies a recommendation; BIAVT is not liable or responsible for any claim, losses, or damages resulting from use of the agencies or services listed within this directory.
Members labeled “featured” and are highlighted green, are a Recognized Brain Injury Aware Professional. Recognized Brain Injury Aware Professional(s) are individual(s), organization(s), or corporation(s) who:
- Received specialized training for brain injury treatment
- Actively serve people with brain injuries
- Understand that brain injuries are unique
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In addition to our resources, this directory has an abundance of useful resources for Vermonters, especially for those who are victims of interpersonal violence:
BHA's talented and knowledgeable team promotes access to affordable housing for the most vulnerable members of our community, prioritizing rental subsidies, affordable housing, and support services to extremely low-income members of our community, enabling them to obtain and retain safe, affordable, permanent housing.
Throughout Chittenden, Franklin and Grand Isle counties, CHT manages 2,300 apartments, steward, 620 owner-occupied homes in its signature shared-equity program, offers homebuyer education and financial fitness counseling, provides services to five housing cooperatives, and offers affordable energy efficiency and rehab loans.
The Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS) provides emergency shelter, services, and housing for people who are homeless or marginally housed in Vermont. COTS advocates for long-term solutions to end homelessness.
Cathedral Square is a national leader in affordable, service-enriched housing communities for older adults and people with special needs. We own or manage 25 affordable-housing communities in Vermont, provide technical assistance to other nonprofit housing providers, and administer our nationally recognized SASH� (Support and Services at Home) program statewide.�
Green Mountain Habitat for Humanity has built simple, decent and perpetually affordable homes for low-income working families in Chittenden County, Vermont since 1984.