Housing & Shelter

From Hospice to Palliative Care - Patty's stay at The INN Between

The INN Between is providing medical respite and end-of-life care for the unsheltered. Resident Patty tells her story - a story of hope and compassion. Patty went from hospice, with less than six months to live, to a year and a half paired with surgeries and cancer treatment to almost two years later and thriving on palliative care. At our facility, as a part of our Quality Assurance Program we have a Resident Council, run by our residents. Patti is the council President.


Anchor of Hope, Inc (AOH) was established in 2013 as a 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit Charitable Organization (EIN: 46-235154). The organization is based in Georgia and serves in the metro Atlanta counties of Cobb and Gwinnett.
In its first 7 years, AOH primarily focused on providing support for internationally trained medical graduates (IMGS) and youth to transition into a better life.

Working to End Homelessness in Vermont

COTS is the largest service provider in Vermont for those at risk of becoming homeless and those experiencing homelessness. For 40 years, we have strived to ensure the safety and dignity of hundreds of individuals and families with children. We support our neighbors by providing emergency shelter, affordable housing – both transitional and permanent – and through our homelessness prevention program.

Jeremy and Jennifer Find Help

Jeremy and Jennifer

At the beginning of March 2020, Jeremy and Jennifer were a young married couple, committed to their careers, their community and their family. They both had supervisory positions in facility services at museums in Washington, D.C., and Jeremy was also in school, part-time, studying for his bachelor’s degree. Their entire family was active in their local church: Jeremy served on the church’s outreach team, Jennifer sang in the choir and served with the hospitality ministry and their children were all active in youth ministry… but then COVID-19 happened.