“An online technical assistance tool designed for parents and community members interested in developing permanent supportive housing options for adults with developmental disabilities has been published by the Enfield-based Visions for Creative Housing Solutions.” Read more at the link below:
Visions is thrilled to celebrate the completion of major renovations and energy-efficient upgrades, including the installation of solar panels, at Sunrise Farm, all made possible through the support of Mascoma Bank and the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority. Renovations included fresh paint inside and out, new windows, carpet, new appliances, and more!
We are so excited to be featured in the summer issue of Image magazine!
Check it out below on page 62:
Saturday May 25 from 10-2. Please come to Visions Sunrise Farm in Enfield to help us plant our flowers and vegetables. Lunch BBQ, we have tools and plants, please bring gloves if you have them.
Visions received a $466,981.00 30-year interest free loan to renovate the property at Sunrise Farm, Enfield. We look forward to making improvements to and expanding our current property.
Visions is very excited to share that we have been awarded a $50,000 Emerging Opportunities Grant from the New Hampshire Finance Authority! Checkout the article from Business NH about the exciting work Visions will complete with the grant.
The Board of Directors in December and January nominated and elected Terry Dorr and Lyndsay Porreca as new Board members. Terry has long been a public servant, first as a Vista Volunteer then as a relief counselor at Vision Quest in Arizona. Terry has served as Chairman of the Newport Library Arts Center, Treasurer of Newport Hospital, three time Chairman of the Grantham School Board, and multiple other positions on numerous community organizations. Since 1975, Terry has been the President of Dorr Fabrics in Newport. Lyndsay is from Lebanon, studied Criminal Justice, has done residential treatment with the Valley Court Diversion Program, does personal training, grant writing, and runs the Lebanon Pool. We welcome them both.
Visions will be hosting an Open Forum to discuss supported housing for adults with special needs at the Kilton Library in West Lebanon, NH on Tuesday November 29th from 5 till 6:30pm. Executive Director Sylvia Dow will lead open discussion regarding what kinds of housing models are needed, what locations would make ideal solutions, and what kinds of supports need to be in place to make it work. Refreshments will be served. For more info email Sylvia Dow at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please come join us for this important discussion.
Visions' Annual Open House is September 10, 2016 from 1-4pm. We will present a ribbon cutting on our newest project, 'The Little House', plus guest speakers, entertainment, and refreshments. Please plan to join us and RSVP to (603) 632-7707 or email us at email@example.com by September 1.