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Agency of Human Services
Denise Lamoureux
State Refugee Coordinator
AHS Planning Division
103 South Main Street
Waterbury, VT 05671-0203
Tel: (802) 241-2229
Fax: (802) 241-4461||lesined

Association of Africans Living in Vermont, Inc
George Wright - Executive Director
139 Elmwood Ave
Burlington, VT 05401
(802) 985.3106

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Big Green T’s
85 Mechanic St.
Lebanon, VT 03766
(Where our t-shirts are printed)

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Children's Literacy Foundation (CLiF)
1536 Loomis Hill Road
Waterbury Center, VT 05677
Duncan McDougall - Executive Director
Suzanne Loring - CLiF Program Coordinator
(Came to Forest Park & Willowbrook June 2010! -Jenni)

Community and Economic Development Office (CEDO)
Center for Community and Neighbors Services
82 S. Winooski Ave.
Burlington, VT 05401

Common Ground Center
473 Tatro Rd.
Starksboro, VT 05487
Pam Durda - Facility & Rental Coordinator
(They are a retreat center that seems to have great space! We have never used them but we might be able to in the future!)

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Department of Child and Family Services






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Johnson State College
Center for Community Service
Laura Megivern - Director


Kids on the Block

Does puppet performances for kids, addressing social and other issues.

During the 08-09 school year, offering programs for kids on Personal Safety: Physical and Sexual Abuse Prevention (including Domestic Violence). These are taking place at schools and are available to groups of kids age 5-8 by appointment. Book by calling (802) 860-3349 to speak to KOBVT Program Director Karen Newman or email at gro.tnomrevkcolbehtnosdik|neraK#gro.tnomrevkcolbehtnosdik|neraK

Suite 105, 294 N. Winooski Ave., Burlington, VT 05401
Phone: 802.860.3349, Fax: 802.860.4395

Chip Knight
Former US Ski Team member and current ski coach at Stowe who would like to help our children ski/race. Contact through the office: moc.liamg|thginkpihc#moc.liamg|thginkpihc



Mara Zaslove (ten.etg|assraM#ten.etg|assraM, Alyssa Scott’s, darmouth DREAM alum mom) “Happy to give any input on working with low socioeconomic areas, also my field in counseling.”


The New England Grassroots Environmental Fund, 802-223-4622, gro.dnufstoorssarg|rehcsif#gro.dnufstoorssarg|rehcsif
Daniel Shearer met ED Cheryl Fischer at the Poultney Earth Day Celebration. NEGEF does small grants (up to $2500) for community based environmental projects. DREAM probably can't apply due to size, but local programs may get away with it. Could be appropriate for neighborhood cleanup programs.

Northlands Job Corps Center
100A MacDonough Drive, Vergennes, VT 05491 Office: (802) 877 - 0158, contact Ivana Lawrence. gro.sprocboj|anavi.ecnerwal#gro.sprocboj|anavi.ecnerwal
They enrol students in a residential job training center and GED and are in need of students. Would be interested in our children. They area also interested in a place where their classes can come do work (either Camp or on the bus). As they have an autobody and auto mechanics shop, they could do free labor for us. Charles Brighenti <gro.sprocboj|selrahC.itnehgirB#gro.sprocboj|selrahC.itnehgirB> is the teacher at the auto mechanics shop.


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Prevent Child Abuse, Vermont
94 Main St.
Montpelier, VT 05602



Thayer Raines Professor at Green Mtn. College, leading major of Youth Development and Camp Management. Can get us a mentor to help us reach Camp certification. Also, likely students for Camp positions. Daniel Shearer met him at Poultney Earth Day Fair.




United Way Vermont 211
Dial 211 on your telephone. This is an AMAZING service focused on finding people whatever help you may need. This includes help with anything from how to get a drivers license to food stamps to housing to after school services…anything. Vermont 211's business is knowing how to find help. This is valuable to DREAM families, mentors, DREAM staff, everyone! (posted by Jon Harris 10/2/09)

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Vermont 2-1-1
Dial 2-1-1 anywhere in VT
(A program of United Ways of Vermont that offers information and referral programs; confidential, streamlined access to community resources and everyday needs)

Vermont Children’s Forum
…Fill more info in here

Vermont Housing and Conservation Board
149 State St.
Montpelier, VT 05602

Vermont Housing Finance Agency
164 St. Paul St.
Burlington, VT 05401
Sam Falzone (Director of Multifamily Programs)

Vermont Land Trust
8 Bailey Ave.
Montpelier, VT 05602






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