Except for our assisted living and memory care communities, face masks are now optional indoors.

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We Are Cathedral Square

We are housing developers, caregivers, maintenance specialists, health care professionals, social workers and public-policy advocates dedicated to promoting healthy homes, caring communities and positive aging. At Cathedral Square, older adults and people with disabilities and other challenges can live their lives to the fullest -- in communities where age and wisdom are valued and respected, where diversity in all its forms is welcome and celebrated.

Cathedral Square by the Numbers

26
Housing Communities
1,090
Homes
1,255
Residents
93%
Are low Income or very low income as defined by HUD
95%
Receive rent subsidies or have another type of discounted rent
27%
Are handicapped or disabled
15.7%
Were homeless before coming to Cathedral Square
1,000+
Households are on the wait list for Cathedral Square housing

New Leaders Named for SASH®

Two women with long-standing experience in the Support and Services at Home (SASH®) program have been named to the top leadership posts of the statewide program. Liz Genge of Montpelier is the new director, and Casey Doerner RN of East Ryegate is the new assistant director. They will oversee SASH teams throughout Vermont that provide support and coordinate personalized care and programming for the approximately 5,000 Medicare recipients enrolled in the program.

Construction Starts on Bayview Crossing

We had a wonderful groundbreaking ceremony on a sunny afternoon Sept. 22 in South Hero, celebrating the long-awaited construction start of Bayview Crossing, which will bring 30 one- and Pictured from left: Kim Fitzgerald of Cathedral Square and Meg Pond and Robin Way of Champlain Islanders Developing Essential Resources, better known as C.I.D.E.R.

Juniper House Opens

Residents started moving into Juniper House, Burlington’s newest affordable/mixed-income, independent living community for adults 55 and older, in mid-March 2021. The 70 one- and two-bedroom apartments were quickly leased at subsidized, tax-credit and market-rate rents.