Web Sites and Link
Abenaki Home Page by Steve MillerHistory, tribal maps and information about the people.
Community Action in Southwestern Vermont (BROC)Committed to empower, support and educate individuals and families. provides information on nutrition, housing and education.
Department for Children and Families.Administers state and federal programs such as Medicaid, Food Stamps, and Reach Up to assist eligible Vermonters in need.
Dismas of Vermont, Inc.Information on residential communities for former prisoners and volunteer college students. Provides history, staff listing and press release.
Netstate: Vermont Symbols and EmblemsList and information on state symbols, and emblems.
PatchSupporting the need for both transitional living facilities for aged-out teens and no-kill shelters for pets in Vermont.
Rural, VermontProfiles local residents and offers discussion forums for issues concerning the state.
Stately Knowledge: VermontAlmanac-type information and basic facts on the state from the Internet Public Library.
Tibetan Association of VermontOrganization to preserve and promote Tibetan culture, religion and language while educating Americans about the situation in Tibet.
Vermont Area Group of Unix Enthusiasts (VAGUE)News, events, and mailing list of an organization advocating UNIX, GNU/Linux and open source computer solutions.
Vermont Calendar of Wonderful Services (VTCOWS)An information system where families, community members and personnel from various disciplines can have simple and comprehensive access to education and human service training events and resources.
Vermont Chamber of Commerce Business-Education PartnershipWorks to bring businesses and educators together to create partnerships that broaden and enhance student's classroom learning.
Vermont Council for QualityA private-sector, not-for-profit organization, and service company that specializes in marketing organizational assessments, education and training, and awards for excellence.
Vermont FoodbankNews, volunteer needs, hunger facts, list of their events, and descriptions of their programs.
Vermont Humanities CouncilProvides humanities and literacy programs including grants, book discussions, and family literacy programs.
Vermont Life VideoFeaturing the traveling Holstein sisters, offers short videos highlighting life and activities around the state.[Requires Quick Time or Windows Media Player]
Vermont Mentoring Partnership (VMP)Non-profit organization formed in 1992 with a focus on "improving the quality and capacity of mentoring throughout Vermont". Provides a list of mentoring programs and opportunities by area and contact details.
Vermont Protection and Advocacy (VPA)Resources, procedures, legislative work and services available to those who's rights or physical self has been abused or violated.
Vermont QuickFactsPopulation, demographic and economic statistics compiled by the United States Census Bureau.
Vermont Tenants, Inc.Advocacy, information, and referrals for tenants throughout the state.
Vermont Twins (VTTwins)A resource for parents of twins a multiples in Vermont and all over the world, offering a message board and bookstore, and an area for parents to place their stories online, as well as pages about safety and preemies.
Vermont’s Amber Child Abduction AlertProvides program details, criteria and guidelines, contact resources and the citizen's role in the success of the program.