You are not alone. COVID Support VT is here to help.

COVID Support VT helps people cope with the pandemic through education, emotional support and connections to community services that promote resilience, empowerment and recovery.

Call a COVID Support Counselor at 2-1-1 (866-652-4636), option #2.

Support Counselors, Monday-Friday, 8am–6pm.
Support calls are confidential and free.

Workshops to improve health and wellness.

Learn self-care strategies in fun and interactive ways.
A variety of days and times offered.

COVID Support VT Latest Blog Posts

Governor Marks Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

Governor Marks Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

In comments marking Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, Vermont Governor Phil Scott joined top state health officials in urging Vermonters to check in with one another and take care of their own mental health, emphasizing the every-day role all of us can play in preventing death by suicide.

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Financial Hardship and Mental Health

Financial Hardship and Mental Health

The pandemic has exacerbated the burden on the most vulnerable, both in financial hardship and mental health challenges. Emerging research suggests the two are closely linked. Step one in trauma recovery is to meet immediate needs of food, housing, clothing, and care.

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Back-to-School Wellness: A Family Affair

Back-to-School Wellness: A Family Affair

Back-to-school transitions can be challenging in any year, and this year is particularly complicated due to Covid-related uncertainties and stressors. How can a family navigate this anything-but-normal pandemic year and get everyone off to a great start?

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Vermont and National COVID Updates

Crisis Text Line

Free, confidential crisis counseling, 24/7

Within the U.S. text “VT” to 741741.

Visit the Crisis Text Line for options outside the U.S.
If this is a medical emergency, call 9-1-1.

COVID Support VT

Helping you cope with the pandemic through health and wellness support.

Chanjo

Song about the COVID-19 vaccine in Swahili with English subtitles.

Copyright 2021 KeruBo Music Productions. All Rights Controlled and Administered by KERUBO.

We are all in this together.

Explore our site to learn more about your stress triggers, how to manage your stress, and what to do if you, or someone you care for, needs more support.

Do you need support or ideas about how to manage your stress?

Take a moment to think about it by starting to understand your stressors.

Quick resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Guidance

Coping with Stress | VISIT

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SAMHSA: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Coping With Stress During Infectious Disease Outbreaks |   PDF

Stop, Breathe & Think

Vermont Department of Mental Health Guidance

Stress and Your Mental Health  |  PDF

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COVID Support VT helps people cope with the pandemic through education, emotional support and connections to community services that promote resilience, empowerment and recovery.

Supporting Vermonters to lead healthy and satisfying lives community by community.

EMAIL: Info@COVIDSupportVT.org

OFFICE: 802.828.7368

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