About Twin Pines Housing
Providing the Upper Valley with housing
that will remain affordable forever...
Twin Pines Housing was formed in 1990 through the merger of two housing organizations having similar visions: to develop and provide affordable housing for low and moderate income families in the Upper Valley. We are now the only non-profit providing multi-family affordable housing in the region, with a service area that spans northern Windsor and southeastern Orange Counties in Vermont and southern Grafton and northern Sullivan Counties in New Hampshire.
Since 1990, Twin Pines Housing has developed or purchased a variety of housing to increase the region’s supply, including apartments, mobile home lots, single family homes, and condominiums. Most housing options are close to public transportation, jobs, shopping, and professional services to reduce the need for private transportation. Offerings include both age-restricted and non-age restricted housing.
Twin Pines Housing is overseen by a diverse volunteer board of trustees representing a broad range of educational backgrounds, professional skills, and life experience. One-third of the board must have low to moderate income or reside at one of our properties.
Twin Pines Housing has a supportive services team that partners with several state agencies and local non-profits to provide the comprehensive mix of support services needed to keep people housed.
The local non-profits we partner with include:
- Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital
- Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
- Hartford Community Coalition
- Hartford Restorative Justice Center
- Health Care and Rehabilitation Services
- Listen Community Services
- Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center
- North Chapel
- Public Health Council of the Upper Valley
- Southeastern Vermont Community Action (SEVCA)
- Tri-County Community Action Program
- Upper Valley Haven
- Vermont Foodbank
- West Central Behavioral Health
- Willing Hands
- WISE of the Upper Valley
In addition to our many resident programs, including gardening, wellness, and food access programs, Twin Pines Housing offers qualified residents access to Vermont’s Support and Services at Home Program (SASH).
Why We Do What We Do
Twin Pines Housing: About Us
Video by Henry MacKall
A History of Affordable Housing
Twin Pines Housing celebrated its 25th Anniversary in 2015. Thank you to everyone who has supported us from the beginning!
Twin Pines: A 25 Year Perspective
Video by Sawyer Broadley & Ben Silberfarb