Vermont 211 is a free and confidential service to find out about hundreds of important community resources, like emergency food and shelter, disability services, counseling, senior services, health care, child care, drug and alcohol programs, legal assistance, transportation agencies, educational and volunteer opportunities, and much more.
Provides money each month to stretch our food budgets. The program helps you buy food from grocery and convenience stores, farmers markets, and co-ops. 3SquaresVT benefits are deposited each month on an EBT card, which works like a debit card.
If you’re pregnant, a caregiver, or a parent with a child under five, WIC gives you access to healthy foods, nutrition education and counseling, breastfeeding support, and community referrals.
Mental Health Resources
Learn the risk factors that make it more likely that someone will consider, attempt, or die by suicide, as well as warning signs to help you determine if a loved one is at risk. Talking about suicide and listening without judgment and with compassion and empathy can help save a life.
Vermont Department of Mental Health
The Vermont Department of Mental Health focuses on promoting prevention, early intervention, and mental health treatment and support for Vermonters.
The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ+ youth and young adults. Their crisis counselors provide information and support to LGBTQ young people 24/7 through phone, chat, or text.
This guide from the Australian National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre is designed to help you make changes to your cannabis use and manage the kinds of challenges you may face in the process. It can be used as a tool to help you reduce use or quit completely.