2024 Flood Relief Resources

Key Statewide Resources

  • Downloadable Food Resource:  Food Resources for All
  • If you experienced flooding damage in 2023, please reach out to Capstone Community Action's Disaster Case Management Program.  Complete this fillable form and a team member will be in touch with you. 

Water Notices

Washington County: Plainfield - Boil Notice in Effect. Visit the Plainfield Flood Response (google.com) for updates. 

Barre City - Notice LIFTED as of 7/12/24, visit  https://www.barrecity.org

Lamoille County residents- Free water testing kits for private wells and springs only:

  • Request here
  • Limited supply at Department of Health Office, 63 Professional Drive, Morrisville

What should you do if you're under a Boil Water and Do Not Drink Notice?

Mental Health Services

Experiences with flooding can be stressful or re-traumatizing. Please do not hesitate to contact one of the support services below:

Washington County Mental Health
: Call 802-229-0591

Lamoille County Mental Health: Call 802-888-5026 (option 1) OR text 741741.

Starting Over Strong Vermont (SOS-VT): https://mentalhealth.vermont.g... 

If you need to talk to someone immediately, you can also call the National Crisis Lifeline at 988.

Washington County Resources

Shelter: Barre - Operated by the Red Cross at the Auditorium OPENED on Friday, July 11, 2024. Location is the Barre Auditorium at 16 Auditorium Hill.

Rainbow Bridge Community Center: Distribution of food, water, clothing and hygiene products located at 81 North Main Street, Barre, VT.

Barre Up: Distribution of recovery supplies starting on 7/11/24 in Barre City for water pumps, sump pumps, hoses, and fuel. You can find a walk-up table in front of City Hall in Barre or visit the Barre Up Website, call: 802 277 2635 or email info@barreup.org

Capstone’s Food Shelf at 20 Gable Place, Barre is open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9 AM – 12 PM and 1 – 3 PM. Tuesdays fresh veggies and bread are available during the same hours. 

Washington County Mental Health: Call 802-229-0591

Lamoille County Resources

Lamoille Area Recovery Network (LeARN) is available with recovery resources. Website: https://uwlamoille.org/get-hel...

Find Help is an online database of searchable resources in Lamoille County.  Website: https://www.findhelp.org/

Lamoille County Mental Health Crisis Line for mental health support. Call 802-888-5026 (option 1) OR text 741741. 

Capstone Community Action’s Lamoille Integrated Services Center is open and available by phone at 1-800-639-8710 or (802) 888-7993. Monday through Friday from 8 AM – 12 PM and 1 – 4:30 PM. Located at 250 Industrial Park Drive, Morristown, VT. 

Orange & Northern Windsor Counties Resources

Capstone Community Action is open in Bradford and available by phone at (802) 222-5419. Located at 22 Whistle Stop Way, Bradford.

Capstone Community Action is open in Randolph and available by phone at 1-800-846-9506 or (802) 728-9506. Located at 12 Prince Street, Suite A, Randolph.

The Randolph Area Food Shelf is open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 3 – 5 PM, Tuesday from 1 – 5 PM, and Thursday from 5 – 7 PM. Located at 12 Prince Street, Unit 3, Randolph.

Statewide Resources

Contact VT 211 by calling 2-1-1 or texting your zip code to 898211 or visit vermont211.org to connect with a wide range of support and services like housing, mental health support, transportation, food, and more. If you have trouble getting through, please call 866-652-4636 or 802-652-4636.

Contact Economic Services at 1-800-479-6151 or visit their website https://dcf.vermont.gov/esd/contact.

Vermont ACCD Severe Storm Resource Center

Visit the Vermont State resources page at https://www.vermont.gov/flood#gsc.tab=0.

Contact Area Agencies on Aging for information and support for people age 60+ and their families by calling 1-800-642-5119 or find your local agency at https://dcf.vermont.gov/contacts/partners/aaa.

Contact Community Action Agencies for support when you are in crisis, need housing and energy assistance, and more. Find your local office at https://vermontcap.org/find-help/.

Find local or statewide food resources through the VT Foodbank network by calling 1-800-585-2265 or visit www.vtfoodbank.org/agency-locator.

Link to flood updates on Vermont Public: Live updates: Flooding closes roads, rescue crews assist Vermonters | Vermont Public 

VTDigger updates on flood impacted areas for July 2024 in Vermont. Website: https://vtdigger.org/tag/july-...

The recent floods may have affected the safety of playgrounds.

  • Physical hazards
  • Contaminants from flood water are unlikely to pose a risk, as germs do not live very long in sunlight and rain helps wash them away.
  • It’s always a good idea to wash your hands after being in a playground. If children play in the dirt, try to prevent them from putting dirt in their mouths.
  • If you see visible signs of chemical contamination, such as an oil sheen, do not use the playground and report this to the State of Vermont spills team: 802-828-1138.

Resources in Multiple Languages

Translated Videos on Flooding and Staying Safe, from the Vermont Language Justice Project:

Arabic. https://youtu.be/vm15hdu30MY


Dari https://youtu.be/vIzTzN6lK0I

English ( Closed Captions). https://youtu.be/uglF3z4nhqM

French. https://youtu.be/QHucKqz9XYc

Kirundi. https://youtu.be/lddRLJZmQ4E

Maay Maay. https://youtu.be/oi5Rr6ckbio

Mandarin. https://youtu.be/2llcoxBIBx8

Nepali https://youtu.be/8xVgXmuSsqE

Pashto https://youtu.be/6SHPyhmjN2o

Somali. https://youtu.be/L2HyxM80LJ4

Spanish. https://youtu.be/tEM-ZqQXdWE

Swahili. https://youtu.be/KYiEJARk-is

Vietnamese. https://youtu.be/49MYAW-GtTk

Tigrinya. https://youtu.be/20PI19j67Mo

Ukrainian. https://youtu.be/uZ47vSXK_m4

All Translated Videos -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtGuM3wrBhc&list=PL0uaGz81U--7XiSGftCBdoSMS29hPv3il

(Last updated as of 7/15/24)

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