At PAVE, we know that access to safe housing can be a barrier to many who are seeking to leave an abusive relationship. Our Emergency Housing Program provides housing to victims who without our services would have to choose between remaining in an abusive relationship or being homeless. When people stay with us, we offer emotional support and wraparound services, but we also help ensure basic needs are met – including food, transportation, toiletries, cleaning supplies, and more.
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For the safety of our residents, the location of our domestic violence shelter is confidential. If you are fleeing an abusive relationship and you are looking for shelter please call our Crisis Hotline at 802-442-2111 to speak with an advocate.
Our advocates assist survivors find and pursue long-term housing opportunities. You do not have to be staying in our emergency shelter to receive support and guidance in finding long-term housing opportunities.
If you are interested in connecting with an advocate to get support and assistance in finding safe, long-term housing opportunities, please call or crisis hotline at 802-442-2111.
At PAVE, we provide services to all survivors. We do not discriminate based on gender, sexual orientation, age, health status, socioeconomic status, race, parental responsibility, language, immigration status, religious or political affiliations, or physical, mental or emotional ability.