Housing Resources for Older Adults

Are you looking for housing for yourself, an aging parent, relative, or friend? Vermont has various housing options available to help you find the perfect fit. 

Vermont offers a range of housing options for older adults depending upon your individual needs. Some of these include:

  • Shared Housing Options connect non-related people to live together. Examples of this include a home share in an individual’s home or a non-profit owned housing arrangement. 
  • Senior Public Housing provides subsidized independent apartments through a local federally funded housing authority.
  • Assisted Living and Residential Care Facilities provide assistance with meals and other daily living tasks for seniors who can no longer live independently. 
  • Retirement or Senior Living Communities offer independent living in the company of others, frequently with amenities such as shared dining, transportation and activities. 

There many other services available to help Older Adults remain in thier homes including Adult Day Services, Home Care, Respite Care and, of course, Long Term Care when it is needed. See the resources for these services below.

Adult Day Services

Gifford Medical Center Adult Day Services

Website

Bethel, VT
1 (802) 728-2165

Daytime care in a social club atmosphere to foster independence and well-being while providing caregivers with needed respite. Services include: supervision, personal care, nursing services, socialization, and recreation.

Lamoille Area Adult Day Services

11 Court Street
Morrisville, VT
1 (802) 888-7045

Daytime care in a social club atmosphere to foster independence and well-being while providing caregivers with needed respite. Services include: supervision, personal care, nursing services, socialization, and recreation.

Oxbow Senior Independence Program

VT
1 (802) 866-5465

Respite Care

Out of Home Placement and Respite Care

VT
1 (802) 477-1364

There are many residential care facilities in our service area, both large and small. Some of them may also provide short-term out of home respite, depending on bed availability. Contact the CVCOA HelpLine at 802-477-1364 for information.