The Agency of Human Services strives to improve the health and well-being of Vermonters today and tomorrow and to protect those among us who are unable to protect themselves.
How does the Agency of Human Services contribute to ensuring that Vermonters are stably housed?
All AHS departments recognize the value of stable housing in the lives of the people we serve. Addressing the housing needs of Vermonters today and tomorrow requires options ranging from prevention strategies, emergency responses, and transitional programs, to longer-term housing solutions (such as supportive services, rental subsidies, and greater access to housing). Our departments provide housing services directly and through partnerships with dozens of local non-profit organizations in all regions of Vermont.
This year, our top performance priorities in housing are:
a coordinated entry and assessment system for local intake,
assessment, and targeted referral to best practice interventions,
an integrated approach to data collection for housing,
rental assistance, and support services programming for persons who are
- Strengthening the ability of grantees to measure outcome data to manage and improve performance over time
This Scorecard demonstrates the performance of AHS programs and services
that comprise our strategy to increase housing stability and prevent
AHS Supportive Housing Programs
AHS Rental Subsidy Programs
AHS Transitional Housing Programs
AHS Emergency Shelter and Services Programs
AHS Independent Living Programs
AHS Weatherization Programs