You are not alone.
Vermont Catholic Charities can help.
Call today: 877-250-4099 (Burlington) or 802-773-3379 (Rutland).
Who We Are
Vermont Catholic Charities is proud to have been providing services to individuals and families throughout Vermont since 1929. Our programs support the young and the elderly, individuals and families, the imprisoned and newly released. Our goal is to enhance the dignity, self-respect, confidence and personal development of individuals whose lives are touched by our programs. Our dedicated staff cares deeply for the people they serve every day.
Programs and Services (click program titles for more information)
Our mental-health professionals, located throughout Vermont, offer evidence-based counseling services to individuals, couples and families dealing with a wide variety of personal and family issues from anxiety and depression to marital conflicts and relational problems.
We provide professional, non-judgmental and confidential counseling and emergency aid services to those facing an unplanned pregnancy. We do our best to assist those in need by offering emergency aid as described above.
We provide financial and emotional help to individuals and families who worry about how they are going to meet their most basic needs. Those in need receive food cards, assistance with rent or security deposits and assistance to pay outstanding utility or fuel bills.
We provide spiritual support to Catholic and non-Catholic inmates in Vermont correctional facilities. We reach out to this community by distributing bibles, rosaries and devotional reading materials, with faith enrichment discussions, sacramental preparation and individual pastoral counseling as well as offering the Sacraments of the Church: Mass, Communion services and the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
Operating under the philosophy of holistic care that respects, honors and celebrates the individual dignity of every person at every stage, we offer four fully licensed Level III care facilities throughout Vermont. Each resident is provided with room, board, personal care, general supervision, medication management and nursing oversight.
Vermont Catholic Charities, Inc. is responsible for the adoption and resident files for individuals who resided at St. Joseph’s Orphanage. As recordkeeper of this information, VCC has the obligation to protect the confidentiality of the information for all residents.