No one should be without a warm place to sleep.
The Lamoille Community House offers shelter, security, and hope to people experiencing homelessness. With dignity and kindness, we provide guests with a clean bed, nourishing meals, connection to services, and a safe space to discover their own path toward sustainable housing.
Stepping in this past February as interim director just as the pandemic hit Vermont, Kim Anetsberger has been named Executive Director of the Lamoille Community House. “Kim’s positive energy, thoughtful approach, and experience with other local nonprofits has already...
From the News & Citizen, November 19, 2020 Winter weather — and temperatures well below freezing — have arrived in Lamoille County, but homeless people in the area are still waiting for the local shelter to open. The Lamoille Community House, Hyde Park’s homeless...
by Roger Nicholls In his poem, The Death of the Hired Man by Robert Frost, a farmer’s wife talks to her husband about a homeless man who has worked for them in the past and suddenly reappears at their home. She says in the poem, “Home is the place where, when you have...