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.
Samaritan House currently has a waiting list of over ONE HUNDRED TWENTY HUMAN BEINGS. We have dozens of children included on that list. This is a tragedy for those we are unable to serve and our community. Now that winter is upon us and the...read more
Few people plan to stay in a homeless shelter. St. Albans resident Amy Verchereau, 27, didn’t. “You don’t ever think you’re going to get to that point until you do,” she said in an interview Monday. Verchereau had spent four years staying on and off with friends and...read more
Greetings friends, Please join us on October 7th at 1pm at the Collins-Perley Sports Complex to show your support for Tim's House and to raise money to fight homelessness. Registration starts at 1pm and the walk begins at 2pm. During the registration hour there will...read more
To all the sponsors, players, supporters and friends, thank you you all for a great day of golf and raising money for the homeless men, women and children in our community. The 10th Annual Tim's House Golf Classic was an amazing success! We raised nearly $38,000- the...read 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 24 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.