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In Vermont, our families, schools, businesses, first responders and countless other groups have made changes to respond to COVID-19. Together our efforts make a difference in our case numbers and in our communities.

There are many options to support your fellow Vermonters, from donating blood and sewing face masks to getting groceries for a neighbor. If you need some extra help, please reach out. Many of us need extra resources during this unusual time.
 

As our state continues to confront this once-in-a-century challenge, sometimes it's the little things – those simple, random, everyday acts of kindness and goodwill – that can make all the difference. - Governor Phil Scott

Resources for food and other necessities

Housing - contact the Department of Children and Families at 1-800-479-6151 Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m or Friday 8:00 a.m to 4:15 p.m. For help outside of these times, call 2-1-1.

Food resources - contact Vermont Food BankHunger Free Vermont or 3SquaresVT.

Formula, diapers or other baby necessities - call 2-1-1 to connect with Help Me Grow-VT.

Food and breastfeeding support for income-eligible pregnant and postpartum individuals and infants and children up to 5 years, contact WIC.

The Agency of Commerce and Community Development has answers to questions regarding financial assistance (for example, mortgage, utility bills, internet, and taxes) and housing (for example, paying rent, short-term housing and emergency housing) on its COVID-19 Resource Recovery Center page.

In This Section

As of June 14, there are no COVID-19 restrictions or requirements for businesses to follow. Businesses can refer to the Vermont Occupational and Safety and Health Administration's (VOSHA) for recommendations related to COVID-19.

Find prevention advice and resources for your family, including people who are pregnant and breastfeeding.

Find information about COVID-19 in PreK-12 schools.

Find resources to help support the health and wellness of children and their families.

Vermont colleges and universities are working with state and community partners to ensure a safe environment. Here are resources to help you understand what is happening and guide you in responding to COVID-19.

Learn more about some of the hundreds of Health staff who have been working tirelessly behind the scenes to keep Vermonters safe, supported, and informed during the COVID-19 pandemic.