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Charlie’s Journey Home

Charlie’s apartment in Brattleboro is covered in bright, beautiful drawings and artwork that truly reflect his colorful personality. He finds comfort in his home and the tireless support from his […]

Overcoming the Odds

B.J., a Brattleboro resident, has overcome incredible setbacks and challenges in his life.  Spending most of his childhood and early adulthood in institutional settings, B.J. met Pathways Vermont at a […]

Ending Homelessness During a Pandemic

Marc Price (pictured above), Pathways Vermont’s Rapid Rehousing and Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Team Lead, is incredibly proud of the hard work and determination his team has shown […]

Meet Marsha

Meet Marsha, a gifted writer, and lover of cats who recently moved into a sunny apartment in Middlebury with support from Pathways Vermont. Marsha lived an inspiring and independent life […]

Hope and Safety in an Uncertain Time

“My mom was a single mom. My dad really wasn’t in the picture. He left really early on. We lived in Massachusetts for a few years. And we moved to […]

Jennifer’s Statehouse Testimony

On January 23rd, 2020 Jennifer Furey, a Pathways Vermont Support Line operator, testified at the Statehouse on behalf of Pathways Vermont. She advocated for the expansion of the Pathways Vermont […]

How You Brought Mindy Home

Mindy was introduced to drugs by her older brothers while she was still a teen growing up in West Topsham, Vermont. At the age of 21, an abusive relationship left […]

Getting Back On My Feet

When you open the door to Jack’s apartment it’s immediately apparent that he takes immense pride in his home. From the photos of family and personal heroes to the beautiful […]

Discovering Potential and Purpose

Ronni has spent their whole life putting the care of other people in front of their own needs. Known as “Mom” to their friends, Ronni has helped others experiencing homelessness […]

A Place to Finally Call Home

Gloria and Greg have been together for over 18 years. Greg grew up in a large family, he was one of nine children. He enlisted in the Army when he […]