Vermont Council on Homelessness
The Vermont Council on Homelessness is comprised of 22 members appointed by the Governor, representing state government, persons who have experienced homelessness, housing providers, homeless service providers and at-large members. The responsibilities of the Council include development, monitoring and periodic revision of Vermont’s Plan to End Homelessness. The Council makes annual recommendations to the Governor and Administration regarding resource, policy, and regulatory changes necessary to reduce and end homelessness in Vermont.
For additional information, contact Angus Chaney, council chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Vermont's Five-Year Plan (adopted February 2018) is available here.
Who We Are - Council Members
Agendas & Minutes
Tentative Meeting Dates for 2018
January 23rd (2-4) • Waterbury – Oak Conference Rm.
February 27th (2-4) • Waterbury – Ash Conference Rm.
April 24th (2-4) • Waterbury – Ash Conference Rm.
August 28th (2-4) • Waterbury – Oak Conference Rm.
October 23rd (2-4) • Waterbury – Oak Conference Rm.
Plans & Reports
Adopted by Council on February 27, 2018
Presented to Governor Scott on March 12, 2018
Other Council Documents
Documents and Reports from the Vermont Council on Homelessness
By VT Council on Homelessness and VT Housing Council
Documents and Reports from the Agency of Human Services
Homelessness Discharge Planning
Policies, protocols and resources to prevent homelessness
among Vermonters leaving publicly-funded systems of care.
Additional Information about Housing and Homelessness in Vermont
from the Agency of Human Services