Need Help Now?
If you are between the ages of 14-22
and need help, click here.
How You Help
  • Stephanie Speech 2

    “It takes a village…”

    Our latest blog post, from Stephanie Ball, Jump On Board for Success (J.O.B.S.) Clinician:

    “A couple weeks ago, I had the pleasure going to 3 different high school graduations and watching a number of Spectrum’s young people walk across the stage. For some, this was a moment they never thought they would see.”

    Read on our blog

  • 29 - Group fist pump

    Voting time for Seven Daysies!

    Thanks to YOU, we’re nominated in the Best Nonprofit category of the 2015 Seven Daysies Best of Vermont. Now, it’s voting time!

    Please support our youth and families by voting in the Seven Daysies. We’re in category #12!

  • Pearl 2

    When a clothing donation is actually much more…

    Our ED, Mark Redmond, published a story in The Huffington Post: “A young man stopped by to donate a bag of clothes. Turns out, he used to come to our Drop-In Center, and he lived in our residence, too. The truest way to honor people [who’ve helped you] is to help the people who are struggling now.”

    Read the Story

  • Jan Demers

    “You know what this place is? It’s home.”

    This past winter, Burlington’s first Warming Shelter opened. This meant that homeless adults, even if they were under the influence of drugs or alcohol, had a place to sleep out of the cold. Now, the snow is gone, but a critical need remains.

    Read More

    Jan Demers, Director of Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity
Spectrum’s Empty Bowl Dinner
October 15, 2015
More Info
Spectrum’s Sleep Out
March 31, 2016
More Info
More Events
From Our Blog