Resources for Families During COVID-19 School Closures
COVID-19 Information and Recommendations
Vermont Department of Health's COVID-19 website - updated daily
CDC Self Checker Tool - to help make decisions about seeking medical care
If you find you need support connecting with community resources to meet a range of needs (e.g., food and shelter, income support and employment, legal assistance), one place to start is Vermont 2-1-1. Dial it on your phone, connect via text (Text your zip code to 898-211), or visit the website (https://vermont211.org).
United Way of Addison County has also offered services to anyone facing hardship during this time. They can help people facing financial distress, homelessness, hunger, job loss, health care related issues and other hardships that arise. Contact Trisha LaFayette by calling 802-388-7189, call/text 802-349-7210, or email email@example.com.
Resources for Social Emotional Wellbeing
Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus-childmind.org
Talking to Children About Covid-19-nasponline.org
How to Talk to Kids about Coronavirus - parenting.nytimes.com
Resources to Support Academic Learning at Home
Information will be posted here soon.