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Committee on Temporary Shelter

The Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS) based in Vermont is based in three different locations in the state. It primarily provides shelter to those who are homeless or on the verge of being homeless. The COTS family shelter in Burlington provides 24 hours of service to families. The one in Way station provides services for 14 hours a day for while the one in Day station provides eight full hours of service, respectively. The Committee on Temporary Shelter deals primarily with providing shelter to families with children and adults who are single. COTS thus efficiently deal with these situations on an emergency basis.

The Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS) based in Vermont is based in three different locations in the state. It primarily provides shelter to those who are homeless or on the verge of being homeless. The COTS family shelter in Burlington provides 24 hours of service to families. The one in Way station provides services for 14 hours a day for while the one in Day station provides eight full hours of service, respectively. The Committee on Temporary Shelter deals primarily with providing shelter to families with children and adults who are single. COTS thus efficiently deal with these situations on an emergency basis.

Address

  • PO Box 1616
  • Burlington
  • VT
  • 05402
  • United States

Contact

Committee on Temporary Shelter

Vermont Types of Payments

Free Treatment / Low-Budget

Prevention and Other Services

Shelter

Vermont Counties

Chittenden County

Vermont Cities

Burlington

Vermont Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Vermont Addiction Services by Type of Drug

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