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Flooding resources

Flooding Resources


Vermont State Flood Relief Site

Start here for the most up-to-date list of resources, including:

  • Mold
  • Healthcare
  • Health insurance
  • Medicaid
  • Reporting damage
  • Cleaning up

Vermont Department of Health flood info -- including mold

Floodready Vermont

Lamoille County General Resources

Business Resources

Visit town websites for town-specific information


Lamoille Area Response Network (LeARN)

Get assistance with FEMA as well as available resources.  Sarah Henshaw is the LeARN Coordinator. 

Contact info: 802-730-9513,

Location: United Church, Johnson
Contact: Greg Stefanski, Chair of the LTR Group with Lamoille Health Partners,, 802-730-2720
Hours: 9:00 – 4:00
Days: Monday & Friday (Starting Wednesday)
IA Staff: Brenda Allen,, 256-239-1981 (she'll be available on site through December 29)

Location: Barton Municipal Building, NEKO office 
Contact: Meghan Wayland,, 802-624-0406
Hours: noon-3 PM
Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays        
IA Staff: Brenda Allen, (she'll be available on site through December 29)


Get or give assistance


Where to get items:

Cleaning supplies: JP Promising Goods (Johnson): Tues-Thurs, Sat - 8-10am & 4-6pm or as staffing is available or Capstone (see below)

Capstone, Morrisville:

  • Essentials Closet is stocked with taxable items such as cleaning supplies and hygiene products
  • Survival Supplies for folks sheltering outside: tents, sleeping bags, tarps and more.
  • Are you at risk of homelessness? 802-888-7993; crisis referral form

Well-water testing kits: Vermont Department of Health and Capstone has well-water testing kits. You should test your private well or spring if you were in an area that flooded or if there was pooling around your wellhead. Get kits at:

  • Department of Health Office, 63 Professional Drive, Morrisville
  • Capstone, 250 Industrial Park, Morrisville


Financial donation opportunities

United Way Flood Relief Fund 

For local establishments who were hard hit from the flood:


Money for damages


Cleanup and debris removal 


Business/Farm Recovery Resources

Lamoille Economic Development Flood web page: ALL BUSINESS RESOURCES ARE HERE.






Flood Safety Best Practices

  • Stay Safe in a Flood: drinking water, returning home or back to business, and water testing kits.
  • Floodwater After a Disaster or Emergency | CDC: protect yourself and loved ones from disease/chemicals in the water
  • Never drive or walk through floodwaters. Strong currents or unseen washouts can sweep you and your car away.
  • Turn off the circuit breaker in your home before you evacuate – if you can do so safely.
  • If rising water is approaching, leave.
  • If you need to evacuate, do so over high ground. Plan that route as soon as possible.
  • If vacating and it is SAFE, flip the circuit breaker
  • Practice safe generator use (do not use in an enclosed space)
  • If your home floods, have a licensed electrician inspect your electrical system before you once again occupy your home.
  • If you are in a flood-prone area, or if you believe your home will be flooded, it is advisable to move valuables from your basement in case water enters your home.
  • Check your insurance coverage now, and then contact your insurance company if you have damage.

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