Learn about managing money
Capstone Community Action offers personalized money coaching services including credit coaching, budgeting, and building a savings plan. Coach Mary Johnson is available for appointments by phone Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays.
Capstone is also offering Money Conversations financial literacy class for a whole year.
- Wednesdays 12/1/2021-12/28/2022
- One link for the whole year
Vermont Economic Services administers several benefits that help Vermonters meet their basic needs: 3SquaresVT, Essential Person, Fuel Assistance & Reach Up. Apply online or by phone at 1-800-479-6151.
Capstone Community Action can help eligible people with tax preparation. (802) 477-5148
The Jeudevine Memorial Library has prepared a helpful list of tax preparation resources.
For employment and unemployment resources visit our Employment Resources page.
Capstone offers free clean and tune services for eligible households with economic need. Call 802-479-1053.
Assistance for people with disabilities
The RISE fund (Resilience and Independence in State of Emergency) helps people with disabilities remain as independent as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic. No income requirements or co-pays; maximum $2,500. For more information, contact the RISE Fund: 1-800-639-1522 or email@example.com. The fund may be used for:
- Computers for telehealth and remote learning.
- Cleaning supplies for staying healthy.
- Utility payments.
- Other equipment and services to mitigate isolation.
The Rural Economic Development Initiative (REDI): funding for grant writing assistance so rural communities and small businesses can access funding for community and business development projects. Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or (802) 828-3370.
Northern Community Investment Corporation: capital and expertise to strengthen businesses, communities, and employment opportunities. Lending solutions, large project financial packaging, cost sharing professional services, project development, grant writing, and management.