Giving Tuesday is November 29th
100% of donations go to Homeless Prevention Center,
a 501(c)(3) nonprofit supporting people in crisis
to secure and retain housing in Rutland County, Vermont.
Your Impact: Since January 2020, we've rehoused 392 homeless Vermonters of all ages in permanent housing. Your support sustains this critical work amid Vermont's unprecedented housing crisis. Thank You! [SEE BELOW FOR OUTCOMES & IMPACT]
DONATE via the link, or by check to:
Homeless Prevention Center
56 Howe St, Building A, Box 7
Rutland, VT 05701
What Vermonters Say about HPC...
“Homeless Prevention Center has helped me in many ways. They helped me find a place to stay and they helped me find ways of keeping shelter for the winter.” –M.B.
“They got me & kids place to live.” – M.S.
“Housing and So much more!!” – N.C.
“Helping me find a home and connect with local resources.” – C.B.
“They kept me housed for three years.” –T.B.
“I feel that HPC helps with housing + mental health (even though that’s not their job) by making it easier for me.” – M.P.
“HPC has helped me with everything from housing to emotional support and guidance in some of the hardest times of my life. There isn’t enough room here to write all of the things they have assisted with.” -A.S.
What do you want to tell others about working with Homeless Prevention Center?
"Trust the agency and their process. HPC has been here and advocated for me and my Children since the 1st day. HPC remains the only state agency I truly trust for my children and myself." -A.S.
“I recommend HPC to other families/People. They are supportive + helpful." – M.P.
“It takes time but it’s worth it.” – T.B.
“They are very helpful when I need to take care of things for me to have a place to stay. They’re right there to help me with paperwork and anything else that I need.” – M.B.
Some of our Outcomes...
This year, we expended $161,803 in client assistance (primarily to local landlords and local businesses) to re-house and stabilize people in Rutland County.
92% of the at-risk households we assist remain stably housed 90 days later, and in most cases far longer.
97% of the homeless households we re-house remain stably housed 90 days later, and in most cases far longer.