News & Events

Resources for Vermonters Affected By July Flooding

Help for flood-affected Vermonters; connections to resources and services.

Animal Shelters, Humane Societies and More

Looking for a dog or cat to join your family? Need a cat to monitor rodents in your barn? Having a hard time paying for pet food? Want to adopt and train a service animal?

Kindness Matters

Ways that anyone can show kindness during the holidays.

Learn about Resources in Vermont 211's Database

Do you know that there's a new mental health and outreach program for flood survivors called Starting Over Strong Vermont? How about a free children's bed service for families in several counties? Learn about those and two other lesser-known services in Vermont 211's database.

Mosquito-Borne Viruses Still Present

Vermonters still need to be cautious about mosquito bites, especially in Alburgh and Swanton, where tests show that area mosquitoes have Eastern Equine Encephalitis

Protect Yourself During High Heat Days

Tips to keep cool and link to a map for finding cooling spaces in Vermont

Vermont Department of Health - Substance Use Services

From alcohol and drug use to syringe programs to impaired driver rehabilitation, the VT Department of Health offers many educational services, with links to several more.