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Office of Economic Opportunity

Family Supportive Housing

# of families served in Family Supportive Housing (FSH)


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Story Behind the Curve

Since SFY 2014 (inception), the Family Supportive Housing program has doubled in size and currently has the capacity to serve a maximum of 147 families at any given time. The FSH program operated in seven AHS districts in SFY 2019 and, as of the end of the fiscal year, was serving 137 families, made up of 493 individuals. Within these families 41% (201) were adults and 59% (292) were children.  Over the course of SFY 2019, FSH enrolled 228 children under 6. FSH served a cumulative total of 210 families over the course of SFY 2019, an increase of 12% compared with SFY 2018.  The cumulative figures shown in the chart above include both families active at the end of a given fiscal and families who exited the program the program during a given fiscal year.


The seven Family Supportive Housing Program Providers include:

  1. Winston Prouty Center in Brattleboro
  2. Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS) & Howard Center in Burlington
  3. Homeless Prevention Center in Rutland
  4. Upper Valley Haven in Hartford
  5. Northeast Kingdom Community Action (NEKCA) in St. Johnsbury
  6. Family Center of Washington County in Barre
  7. Sunrise Family Resource Center in Bennington
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