HomeShare Vermont

Budget information

HomeShare VT grants:

SFY2022    SFY2021    SFY2020    SFY2019     SFY2018    SFY2017    SFY2016

$280,000    $280,000    $279,163    $179,940     $179,940    $179,940    $179,940

MCO Investment Expenditures for homesharing programs: includes indirect allocations to GC MCO (per DAIL business office):  

SFY2022 plan SFY2021    SFY2020    SFY2019    SFY2018    SFY2017   SFY2016  

$342,000         $290,034    $308,442    $300,494    $345,105    $340,882   $339,966


What We Do

HomeShare Vermont provides screening, matching and ongoing support services for older Vermonters and Vermonters with disabilities who wish to continue living in their own homes (hosts), pairing them with others (guests) who are looking for affordable housing.  These matches allow people to remain at home and to receive help with yard work, light chores, homemaking services, transportation, or companionship in exchange for reduced rent from the guest. 

Who We Serve

HomeShare Vermont serves Vermonters who are looking to share housing for mutual benefit. Most people sharing their homes (hosts) are older Vermonters or Vermonters with disabilities.  People looking for housing (guests) are financially challenged by market rents or are in housing transitions.  HomeShare Vermont serves Chittenden, Addison, Franklin, Grand Isle, Washington, Orange, and Lamoille Counties. 

How We Impact

HomeShare Vermont:

  • Helps make housing more affordable for Vermonters
  • Helps older Vermonters and Vermonters with disabilities live in their own homes
  • Helps improve the quality of life for homesharing participants, who report that they feel safer, less lonely, eat better, and feel healthier 
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