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AFSCME Is Vermont

AFSCME’s green t-shirts and signs have been synonymous with the Green Mountain State since 1953 when AFSCME was first chartered in Vermont.

Louise Allen, Lamoille Mental Health Children’s, Youth & Family Services
President, Local 3977, Morrisville VT
“We welcome homecare workers on board to be part of our union family.”

For 60 years, from Burlington to Bennington, AFSCME has continuously represented thousands of workers across our state.

Home Care. Home Union.

From workers at nonprofit agencies such as the HowardCenter in Burlington and Lamoille County Mental Health Services, Inc. to police officers in St. Johnsbury, public works in St. Albans and school bus aides for special needs children in Rutland, AFSCME is Vermont.

Representing workers in 46 different units across Vermont, AFSCME’s Vermont Homecare United recently received the endorsement of the Vermont State Labor Council, AFL-CIO with the nearly 10,000 affiliate members they represent.

AFSCME has always been and will always be a ground-up organization where members elect their representatives, ensuring local members have control over their union.

AFSCME is working with Vermont caregivers to ensure that homecare services are adequately funded and that personal care attendants are paid for the hours they work. Follow us Facebook Twiter RSS