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COVID-19 Community Resources

With so many people struggling with the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are updating this list of resources regularly. If you don’t find what you need here, please call or text 2-1-1. You can also visit their online database.

Each organization's name is linked to further information, just click on it. 

See something that should be added? Email to add resources to this list. 



Household Supplies

  • Call Capstone at 802-888-7993 to arrange a curbside pick-up of household items such as toilet paper, paper towels, shampoo, bath soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, feminine products, diapers, etc.


  • Capstone Community Action can assist with taxes over the phone. Call 802-888-7993.

  • Vermont Department of Labor now has an online form for unemployment claim or call  1-877-214-3332.

  • Vermont Economic Services is waiving in-person contact requirements for benefits programs. Apply online or by phone 1-800-479-6151.

  • If you have been financially affected by the COVID-19 outbreak and need help with utilities, rent or other basic needs, download this form, fill it out electronically and email it back to The use of United Way of Lamoille County's response fund is solely for the financial impacts caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. If you would like assistance filling out this form please call our office at 802-888-3252 and leave a detailed message. We will return your call as soon as possible.

  • Non-Profit organizations may apply for micro grants for any additional supply or technology needs as a result of preventing the spread of the COVID 19 Virus. Maximum grant amount is $500.00.


  • VocRehab is accessible remotely. They are taking calls, referrals and are able to help people with: training, job search, job maintenance, and career assessment during and in preparation for emerging from the crisis. Their Morrisville office can be reached at: 802-888-5976. Click to access their website.

Talking With Your Kids

  • Talking with children about handling emergencies

  • Talking to kids about the coronavirus.

  • Talking with children about the Coronavirus. Messages for parents, school staff, and others working with children.

  • Coronavirus: How to talk to your child.

Domestic & Sexual Violence

  • Advocates are still working and available for survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Their hotline is answered 24/7 at 802-888-5256. Click for further info.

Substance Misuse & Recovery

Legal Help

  • This page has lots of helpful info on accessing legal help during the COVID-19 crisis.