Non-profit Organizations Member Listings

Adams Grist Mill Museum

Mill Street

Bellows Falls, VT 05101

802-376-6789

https://www.facebook.com/BellowsFallsHistoricalSociety

Adams Grist Mill Museum, Mill Street, Bellows Falls, VT

The local historical society supervises collections housed in the 1831 stone and wood frame grist mill building, located on Mill Street, at the southern end of the village square. The structure houses much of its original equipment, including all the grain elevators and storage bins. Implements from the Vermont Farm Machinery Company are also stored in the building, as well as household articles, antique signs, and hand tools used by various craftsmen that were there when the business closed in the early 1960s, and the original sleigh for the mill, as well as the family sleigh, all belonging to the Adams family. The society's collection of archival materials of Bellows Falls memorabilia is temporarily housed in the Rockingham Free Public Library. The society's collection of Hetty Green furnishings is on exhibit in the Library Museum.

Hours and Admission: Memorial Day - Columbus Day: Saturday and Sunday and by appointment.

Bellows Falls Downtown Development Alliance

PO Box 924

Bellows Falls, VT 05101

802-463-2333

www.BellowsFalls.org

The Bellows Falls Downtown Development Alliance (BFDDA) is a non-profit organization that promotes and supports revitalization efforts and economic development   in the Bellows Falls Downtown Development District.

Bellows Falls Rotary Club

PO Box 81

Bellows Falls, VT 05101

8024633875

BF Loyal order of Moose

59 Westminster Street

Bellows Falls, VT 05101

802-463-4054

www.moose527.org

The LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE is a private, membership organization. The general public is not invited to participate in the organizational activities listed on any of these pages. Only members displaying a membership card of a Lodge or Chapter, in good standing, or qualified guests are entitled to admittance. All guests must be signed in, cannot make purchases, and must leave when the member leaves. All adult guests shall be identified in some manner to distinguish them as non-members. If the guest is a prospective member, their third visit must be for the purpose of attending an orientation session or an enrollment ceremony. 

Boys & Girls Club of Brattleboro - Bellows Falls

41 The Square

Bellows Falls , VT 05101

802-254-5990

www.bgca.org

OUR MISSION

To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

 
Club Kid
 

Core Beliefs

A Boys & Girls Club Provides:

A safe place to learn and grow...

Ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals...

Life-enhancing programs and character development experiences...

Hope and opportunity.

Greater Falls Connections

44 School Street

Bellows Falls, VT 05101

802-463-9927

www.greaterfallsconnections.org

It is the mission of the Greater Falls Prevention Coalition to promote fun, productive, safe and healthy lifestyles for youth and adults. We implement a comprehensive community wide prevention effort to promote wellness and reduce alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse in Windham Northeast.

Greater Falls Farmers Market

Hetty Green Park

Bellows Falls, VT 05101

8024633669

Health Care & Rehabilitation

390 River Street

Springfield, VT 05156

802-886-4567

www.hcrs.org

Private, non-profit community mental health center serving residents of Windham and Windsor counties.

March of Dimes

57 South Main Street

Waterbury, VT 05676

802-560-3239

www.marchofdimes.org/vermont

Every year in the United States, more than half a million babies are born too soon, over 600 of them right here in Vermont. With your help, we work to improve the health of babies and support families if something does go wrong.

New England Kurn Hattin Homes

PO Box 127

Westminster, VT 05158

802-722-3336

www.kurnhattin.org

You are about to discover a remarkable place. Kurn Hattin is the fulfillment of one man's dream dating back to the late 1800's.Today our mission and commitment to provide services to children and families are as strong as they were when the initial seeds were planted. Our legacy of splendid facilities, a devoted staff, and financial strength bear testimony to the wisdom, vision, and generosity of those before us.Our program is uniquely qualified to address the complex issues of family values and children in need. We eagerly anticipate the challenges ahead and continue to reflect with pride on our success as a secure haven. Over the course of many years, more than 6,000 boys and girls have called Kurn Hattin home.

Park's Place Resource Center

44 School Street

Bellows Falls, VT 05101

802-463-9927

www.parksplacevt.org

Community Resource Center, building with office space for rent for most state organizations economic services, VOC rehab, VABIR, Vt. . Adult learning, Greater Falls Connections etc..Non-profit

Rockingham Meeting House

103 Off VT

Bellows Falls, VT 

802-463-3456

http://www.rockbf.org/

Rockingham Meeting House - A National Historical Landmark
Constructed 1787-1801
The Rockingham Meeting House is the oldest public building in Vermont that still exists in a condition close to its original state. The Meeting House was built between 1787 and 1801. To serve the needs of religious services and civic events in the town of Rockingham, whose first focus of settlement had been in the village immediately surrounding it. The town expected to expand rapidly and planned a meeting house large enough to meet its needs.
As time went on, settement in the town shifted to Bellows Falls and Saxtons River, while the village of Rockingham remained small and rural. The Congregational church which used the Meeting House for its services survived only until 1839, and annual Town Meetins continued to be held here until 1869.  

http://www.rockbf.org/vertical/Sites/%7B6B964307-B78B-4D8D-8C7F-8D587328...

Silsby Free Public Library

226 Main St

Charlestown, NH 03603

603-826-7793

www.silsbyfree.org

The mission of the Silsby Free Public Library is to facilitate learning, self education, and recreation for the whole community.

Sojourns

4953 US Route 5

Westminster, VT 05158

802-722-4023

www.sojourns.org.

Sojourns Community Clinic is a non-profit, multidisciplinary, integrated, holistic clinic offering general family health care, biological medicine, wellness support, and health education programs in Southern Vermont.

Southeastern Vermont Community Action (SEVCA)

91 Buck Drive

Westminster, VT 05158

802-869-3150

www.sevca.org

Private nonprofit organization that provides a variety of services to low income residents of Windham & Windsor counties

The United Church of Bellows Falls,UCC

P.O. Box 310

Bellows Falls, VT 05101

802-463-4323

United Way of Windham County

PO Box 617 1 Holstein Place

Brattleboro, VT 05301

802-257-4011

www.unitedwaywindham.org

Visiting Nurse and Hospice for VT and NH (VNH)

66 Benning St, Suite 6

West Lebanon, NH 03784

888-300-8853

www.vnhcare.org

 As the foremost team of hospice and home health experts for over 150 communities in Vermont and New Hampshire, VNH delivers nursing, hospice and rehabilitative services at home with proven effectiveness, integrity and compassion. Each year, we care for more than 5,000 people of all ages and at all stages of life. Just as local families have counted on us since 1907, you can count on us today.

Vocational Rehabilitation

100 Mineral Street Suite 308

Springfield, VT 05156

802-885-6480

www.hcrs.org

Private, non-profit community mental health center serving residents of Windham and Windsor counties.

Windham & Windsor Housing Trust

68 Birge Street

Brattleboro, VT 05301

802-254-4604

www.w-wht.org

For Home ownership inquiries call1888-294-9948 or 802-885-3220

Windham Foundation

PO Box 70

Grafton, VT 05145

802-843-2211

www.windham-foundation.org

Youth Services

P.O. Box 6008

Brattleboro, VT 05101

802-463-9227