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Resources for all Abilities

Quitting smoking

Quit help by phone
1-800-Quit-Now (1-800-784-8669)

Quit help services
Get help to quit smoking. Support can include help by phone, in person, online, and free nicotine replacement therapy (such as gum and lozenges)

Physical activity

Physical activity for all abilities:
There are accessible trails all over the state, handcycling anyone?

Northeast Disabled Athletic Association
Provide recreational and competitive athletic opportunities for people with physical disabilities, and to support disabled athletes in their pursuit of excellence.

Friends of Stowe Adaptive Sports
Provides opportunities for people living with a disability to participate in sports and recreational activities. Financial assistance available.

Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports
Empowers people of all abilities through inclusive sports and recreational programming regardless of ability to pay. Year-round programming and various sports are available.

Healthy eating

SNAP-Ed Nutrition and Physical Activity Program
Tips for healthy eating and shopping on a budget

Eat Right, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Information on healthy eating, planning and food preparation, and shopping on a budget

A Vermont program that can help you stretch your food budget so you can put three healthy meals on your table every day.

Crop Cash Program
Double up to $10 of 3SquaresVT tokens at farmers markets in VT that accept EBT cards.

Vermont Foodbank: Food Shelves
Find a food shelf near you.

WIC in Vermont
Nutritious foods for pregnant women, new moms, infants, and young children.

Substance Use and Recovery Services

Recovery Support Services
Contact your local Recovery Center to find resources and support in your area.

Howard Center
Chittenden County: Developmental services, mental health services, substance use and recovery services

Central Vermont Substance Abuse Services
Washington County: Substance use and recovery services

Health programs and resources

Helping Yourself to Health
Free programs to help you take small steps to improve your health

Women’s Health Services
Free screenings and diagnostic tests for eligible women in Vermont

Vermont 2-1-1
Help finding government programs and community-based resources

Transportation Resources

Connecting Commuters
Go Vermont / Vermont Agency of Transportation: A free resource for finding greener travel options that will get you where you need to go.

Vermont support services for people with disabilities

Department of Disabilities, Aging, and Independent Living
Resources on available programs in Vermont to support people with disabilities. Includes an Assistive Technology Program, long term care services in the home setting, and support with finding a job.

Voting Guides

Step-by-Step Voting Guide for People Experiencing Homelessness
A Checklist for How to Vote Without a Permanent Address


A 2020 Vision for Vermont
To create a Vermont where all people can thrive:
• Vermonters need to be able to meet their basic needs.
• Vermonters need sustainable environmental and economic policies.
• Vermont children need to know that they’re safe and supported so they can learn.
• Vermonters of all backgrounds need equitable opportunities to flourish.

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