Vermont 2-1-1: Confidential information and referral services available 365 days/year, 24 hours/day. Call 2-1-1 toll free from anywhere in Vermont; in an emergency call 9-1-1.
* The resources below are provided for informational purposes only and UWWC is not responsible for the accuracy of the content; please contact the referrals directly for current material. *
- Brattleboro Survivors’ Guide
- Child Abuse & Neglect - Call (800) 649-5285 if you suspect that a child is being abused or neglected —24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If a child is in immediate danger, dial 911 or the local police first. Then, call to make a report.
- Children’s Integrated Services (CIS)- These services include: CIS NURSING, CIS FAMILY SUPPORT, NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP (NFP), EARLY CHILDHOOD AND FAMILY MENTAL HEALTH (CIS-ECFMH), EARLY INTERVENTION (CIS-EI), SPECIALIZED CHILD CARE SERVICES (SCC) - (802) 258-2414 x 29
- Food Shelves & Community Meals in Windham County
- Groundworks Collaborative: Drop-In Center, Shelter & Seasonal Overflow Shelter - (802) 257-0066 x1109
- Guide to Healthy Food Donations
- HCRS Crisis Line (Mental Health) – 1-800-622-4235
- Parent Child Center (EES) – (802) 254-3742
- Parents’ Help Line - 1-800-CHILDREN (1-800-244-5373)
- Parenting in Your Pocket
- Putney Community Resource Guide
- Senior Help Line - 1-800-642-5119
- SEVCA – 1-800-464-9951; SEVCA services include family services (crisis fuel & utility assistance, housing assistance), economic development, weatherization, Head Start program, and thrift stores.
- Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
- Windham County Parent Education Calendar
- Women’s Freedom Center – Free & confidential 24-hour hotline – 1-800-254-6954