ANEW Place provides temporary shelter to twenty homeless guests, as well as a long-term transitional housing program called ANEW Leaf for eight individuals, allowing men and women to secure permanent housing through a partnership with the Champlain Housing Trust. ANEW Place relies on the generosity and involvement of the community and receives no state or federal funding. ANEW Place is committed to empowering people to make long-lasting changes in their lives. The staff at ANEW Place helps individuals to transition from surviving to sustaining, from overwhelmed to cared for, and from homelessness to becoming a vital, integrated part of a supportive community.
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