COVID Support VT has a singular mission of promoting mental health and wellness for all Vermonters. We know this year has been overwhelming. We are here to help.
Follow the COVID Support VT Blog to stay up to date on all of our FREE offerings to support your mental health and well-being. You’ll find the latest news and information about our counseling services, wellness workshops, Town Halls, and more. Please SIGN UP BELOW to be notified when new blogs post (1-3 per week expected).
Get the Facts, Find Support, Get Help Now
Some of the topics we are covering include:
- How to strengthen resilience to Covid-related stressors.
- Where to get help immediately when you need it.
- How Vermonters are coping with pandemic-related stress and anxiety.
- Where to find support in your community.
- Healthy ways to cope with anxiety and manage stress.
- Wellness workshops you can access from home.
The COVID Support VT Blog can be found at www.COVIDSupportVT.org/covidsupportvt-blog. Sign up now!
Need to Talk?
Call 2-1-1 (option #2) or 866-652-4636 (option #2). Our Support Counselors are available Monday – Friday.
If you or someone you care for is experiencing thoughts of suicide or self-harm, you can: call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-825; text VT to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor 24/7; connect with your local community mental health agency for 24/7 support.
Find resources and tools for coping with stress at www.COVIDSupportVT.org. Follow COVID Support VT on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. And, to stay up-to-date, sign up for our newsletter and blog.
Learn about upcoming Wellness Workshops from COVID Support VT, and Town Halls we’re hosting in partnership with community organizations.
Find one-click translation to 100 languages of most everything on the COVIDSupportVT.org website, plus Multilingual Resources & downloadable materials in 10 languages common to Vermont’s New American immigrant and refugee communities.
COVID Support VT is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and Federal Emergency Management Agency, managed by Vermont’s Departments of Emergency Management and Mental Health, and administered by Vermont Care Partners, a statewide network of 16 non-profit community-based agencies providing mental health, substance use, and intellectual and developmental disability services and supports.