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When disasters hit,
Vermonters come together to help.
Vermonters Affected by the Storm and Flooding: Report Damages Below:
Vermont state disaster resources:
Vermont Emergency Management: Flood Resources
Vermonters with major damage or destroyed homes, as determined by the Red Cross, must call 1-800-RED
CROSS (800-733-2767) to find the closest enrollment center to receive immediate financial assistance.
VT Health Department Flood Recovery Tips: https://www.healthvermont.gov/...
FEMA INDIVIDUAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (FOR HOMEOWNERS AND RENTERS) HTTPS://VEM.VERMONT.GOV/FLOOD/...
Mental Health and Flood Recovery: VT Department of Mental Health: https://mentalhealth.vermont.gov/flood
Businesses: Agency of Commerce and Community Development Severe Storm Recovery Resource Center
small businesses: Vermont Main Street Flood Recovery Fund is now accepting applications for small business grants: https://www.vtrecovery2023.com/
businesses: FLOOD VICTIMS LEGAL ASSISTANCE PROJECT of the VT Bar association: https://www.vtbar.org/wp-conte...
Grants for flood-damaged restaurants: https://get.doordash.com/en-us...
resources for flood-affected farmers and others in agriculture: https://agriculture.vermont.go...
for artists of all kinds: https://vacdarn.org/
Municipalities: Vermont League of Cities and Towns: https://www.vlct.org/flood-recovery
Vermont Agency of Natural Resources Flood Recovery Resources: https://anr.vermont.gov/flood
FLOOD RELIEF FOR VERMONTERS: Please Donate!
The devastation caused by recent flooding has displaced thousands of Vermonters and closed hundreds of businesses. The long-term impact of these losses is only just being realized. While some counties are currently experiencing more loss than others, every United Way in the state is raising funds in a coordinated effort to ensure Vermonters get the help they need to respond, recover, and rebuild. Please support your local United Way's effort to get help where it's needed most by giving today! (Funds to United Ways agencies in areas not affected by flooding will be donated to counties affected by the disaster.)
Green Mountain United Way: ((Caledonia, Essex, Orleans, Orange, and Washington Counties) https://tinyurl.com/yc5c2xrj
United Way of Lamoille County https://tinyurl.com/xw8jkpn4
United Way of Rutland County (Rutland and Bennington Counties) https://www.uwrutlandcounty.org/
United Way of Windham County https://www.unitedwaywindham.org/
United Way of Addison County https://tinyurl.com/3ds7fyue
United Way of Northwest (Chittenden, Franklin, and Grand Isle Counties) https://tinyurl.com/5d4dhhre
Granite United Way (Windsor County) http://www.graniteuw.org/
These are the most frequently requested services in our Vermont 211 database. Check out the categories to see these popular resources.
Vermont 211 is a free, confidential information and referral program of the United Ways of Vermont, helping to connect Vermonters with a wide range of community, health, and human resources and services.
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