Are you having trouble paying for food?

You are not alone. More than 1/3 of local families are currently experiencing food insecurity. There are many local resources that can help.

Preventing the Spread of COVID-19

regularly updated to address developing needs during the covid-19 pandemic

Community Resources

Food Access

Local resources for those needing access to produce, canned and dried goods, or fresh meals.

Childcare & Family

Resources to support your child care needs during times of school disruption or closed child care facilities.

Domestic Violence

Local resources and support are available 24/7. Even if you just need a friendly voice; you don’t have to be in crisis to call.

Housing

Resources for homeless or displaced populations during this time, or isolated non-hospital care for those in need.

Utilities

Information about your rights and access to utilities such as electricity, fuel, internet, and phone during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Transportation

Resources for safe and reliable transportation for those who do not have access to personal vehicles.

Mental Health & Substance Use

Local and national resources, including hotlines and telehealth, to help you through this difficult time.

Maintaining Older Adult Health

Resources for older adults, such as in-home care, volunteers for errands, or other community support.

Financial Relief & Unemployment

Information about pandemic financial relief efforts, unemployment, health insurance, and other local resources.

Greater Sullivan County Resources

Are you looking for Sullivan County resources? Visit our friends at Greater Sullivan Strong. 

Browse Food Resources

If you are in need of food support, or looking for local organizations where you can lend a hand, browse our list of food resources by town. Click here to download the PDF to share with your community or organization.

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Latest Updates

Jim Kenyon: ‘Small and mighty’ effort keeps West Fairlee fed

Jen Shatney is spearheading a small group determined no one will go hungry.

Local Food Shelves Continue to Support UV

UV Strong talked to two local food shelves to see how they have continued to support the Upper Valley during the shutdown.

Profile of an Upper Valley Mask Maker

When the call went out that many Upper Valley workers were short on masks, Amy Barnes decided to step up…

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