Springfield Supported Housing Program

15 years of successful transitional housing programs

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Tickets are available for our Masquerade fundraising event on October 21st! Click HERE for ticket purchases. All funds raised at our fundraiser will aid SSHP in assisting clients to acquire affordable housing.

Please follow this link to view changes concerning VERAP assistance: https://erap.vsha.org/

Our Mission:

Springfield Supported Housing Program is to be a person centered program providing resources towards safe, stable, and affordable housing options while collaborating with community partners on all aspects of housing instability.

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We are excited to be mailing out tickets! Thank you to Lotus Graphics for printing our tickets, posters, and welcome sign!

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Masquerade ticket sales have been extended to October 18th! If you or someone you know wants to purchase a ticket after that date, please contact Tara at tchase@sshpvt.org or Brandy at americorps@sshpvt.orgWe hope to see you there!

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Today in St. Albans I announced this year’s recipients of the Downtown and Village Center Tax Incentives. These 49 project awards will help generate over $95 million in building improvements and public infrastructure around the state. These investments are impactful, supporting local businesses, creating new housing, and improving the economic vitality of our community centers.I believe this kind of targeted investment in our downtowns and village centers, along with the strategic use of federal relief dollars, shows what we can do to make Vermont an even better place to live, work and play. Read more: governor.vermont.gov/press-release/governor-phil-scott-announces-winners-over-4-million-downtown-…

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With our Masquerade next month we thought it would be fun to share some history of the masquerade and mask!"Venice’s Carnival began in the 11th Century – the original masks were rather simple in design and decoration & often had a symbolic and practical function. The wearing of masks and costumes was well established by 1436, when the mascherari were officially recognized with their own guild. The practice of wearing masks for disguise reached its peak around 18th Century, when Venetians of different social classes used Carnival as an excuse to mingle without fear of recognition or retribution. Masks along with the Carnevale virtually disappeared when Napoleon’s army brought an end to the Venetian Republic in 1797. However, they have staged a spectacular comeback since a group of former Academy of Fine Arts students opened Venice’s first modern mask shop in 1978."– Simply Masquerade

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