The Samaritan House is a non-profit organization that, through our services, provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, and support services to people without other options within Franklin-Grand Isle Counties.
Tim's House 12th Annual Golf Classic was held on Friday, August 16th at Champlain Country Club. A wonderful time was had by all and more than $36,000 was raised for the shelter! Team Colburn won the tournament, though we all felt like winners on such a great day! We...read more
We are looking forward to another successful year as we celebrate the 11th Annual Tim’s House Golf Classic! Last year we raised nearly $38,000- the most ever, and we're hoping to reach that goal again this year! All proceeds and contributions from this event go...read more
Stay tuned for the winner! March 16th, 2018 Made and Donated by the Sunny Laurel Sisters Quilt Shop in Colchester, VT 60” x 70” 1 Ticket for $5 5 Tickets for $20 All Proceeds go to Samaritan / Tim’s Houseread more
Samaritan House, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides shelter and housing services to individuals and families in Franklin and Grand Isle counties.
Located at 20 Kingman Street in the historic downtown St. Albans, Vermont, our shelter, Tim’s House, began providing services in 1993 with the help of area churches, businesses, schools, community organizations, and other community members that recognized the need for the programs we offer.
Tim’s House, a transitional housing center and a division of Samaritan House Inc., was named after Timothy Joseph Bovat. Bovat, a life-long Franklin County, Vermont resident passed away in February 2000 from a traumatic brain injury while doing what came naturally to him, serving others. He served his community through the Franklin County Regional Chamber of Commerce, The Rotary, The Court Diversion Program, Big Brothers & Big Sisters, Martha’s Kitchen and other programs.