Entries by David Crandall

Twin Pines Acquires Mellishwood Senior Housing

One of the basic needs for any human being is to have a stable, safe, and comfortable place to live. Addressing this issue may seem daunting, even impossible, but there is a group of people in the Upper Valley who have been tackling this issue for the past 33 years: Twin Pines Housing. Their impact […]

Twin Pines Executive Director weighs in on Vermont housing crisis

Monte, Lane, Winter: Vermont needs housing – and more Tue, 07/12/2022 – 11:27am — by Michael Monte, Stephanie Lane, Andrew Winter The first questions families with young children ask when considering where in Vermont to live are, “Can we find housing we can afford?” and “Does that area have good childcare options?” Too often, the answers to […]

Hartford Housing Plan Gets Critical Approvals

Hartford housing plan gets critical approvals By DARREN MARCY Valley News Staff Writer Published: 5/26/2022 10:16:03 PM Modified: 5/26/2022 10:16:05 PM WILDER — After hours of public testimony over two nights, Twin Pines Housing Trust cleared two key hurdles in its effort to build an 18-unit apartment complex at 747 Hartford Ave. in Wilder. First, […]

Upper Valley Haven Releases Paper on Parkhurst Collaboration

The Parkhurst Supportive Housing Project: A Review of Program Outcomes after 3 1/2 years Michael Redmond, Executive Director, Upper Valley Haven April 2022 Summary This paper provides an analysis of the outcomes of a permanent supportive housing project in Lebanon, NH that opened in August 2018. The 18-unit apartment building, called Parkhurst Community Housing or […]

Twin Pines Receives “Housing for Everyone” grant from TD Charitable Foundation

TD Charitable Foundation awards $5.8M to 33 non-profits, two in VT get $325K  Tue, 03/08/2022 – 4:05pm —  TD Bank  The 16th annual Housing for Everyone grant program will help housing organizations deliver critical resident services like eviction prevention assistance, workforce development and childcare  Vermont Business Magazine Three Vermont non-profit housing organizations – Champlain Housing Trust (CHT), […]

747 Hartford Avenue, White River Junction, VT

Twin Pines plans to build an 18-unit apartment building, on a parcel of the St. Paul’s Church property. Preliminary plans call for the building to have three-stories with a pitched roof and with all apartments having a single bedroom. The building will provide permanent housing for its residents, who will receive case management services from […]