Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging (SVCOA) today announced that it is seeking applicants for National Family Caregiver Support grant funds . .
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SVCOA is seeking feedback from the public on its proposed FY 22-25 Area Plan, which will guide the agency's areas of focus and service planning to meet the needs of older Vermonters in our region over the next four years.
RUTLAND, Vt. – Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging (SVCOA) is pleased to announce the promotion of two long-time agency staffers to new roles on its senior leadership team.
Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging will be hosting its popular “Powerful Tools for Caregivers” course virtually this summer with a six-week class kicking off on July 23.
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SVCOA's administrative assistants are the backbone of the agency in supporting and assisting both staff and clients, each and every day.
Tom Adams, a native Rutlander and a 1973 graduate of the University of Vermont is a four-year member of the SVCOA Board of Directors.
3SquaresVT, Vermont’s name for the Federal program SNAP, provides monthly monetary benefits that help Vermont residents stretch their food budgets, ensuring everyone has enough nourishing food to eat.
Green Mountain RSVP (GMRSVP) is a National Service, AmeriCorps Seniors program. GMRSVP matches people age 55+ to volunteer opportunities at local nonprofit organizations.