Information Resources – Recovery and Funding

September 20, 2011

in News,Recovery Update

Emergency relief in the aftermath of tropical storm Irene.

FEMA (800)621-3362 Building Damages, vehicle damage, medical costs, moving and storage.
The Area Flood Relief Fund – 457-2911 Residents of Barnard, Bridgewater, Killington, Pomfret, Reading and Woodstock.
Woodstock Community Food Shelf - 457-1185: Has fully stocked food shelves for those in need.
The Job Bank – 457-3835 – providing help to people at all skill levels. As well as a resource for those who need help.
Disaster Unemployment Assistance – VT Dept of Labor (877-214-3330) Unemployment benefits and reemployment services.
VT Agency of Commerce and Community Development (GRANTS) – (802-246-2116) Wyndham and Windsor Houseing Trust. 3% Loans for home repairs.

Efficiency Vermont - 888-921-5990 – Oil or Propane Assistance and rebate on hot water heaters.
American Institute of Architects -Architectural Services – Pro Bono for those who plan to rebuild or repair storm damages property.
Vermont Irene Flood Relief Fund ( – Small business financial assistance fund.
Economic Development Authority (802-828-5627) – low-interest loans to small business, farmer and non-profits.

Woodstock- Town of Woodstock Manager’s Office – 457-3456;; Public Safety Dispatch Center at (manned 24/7) and dispatch center for Woodstock, Bridgewater, Pomfret, Plymouth, and Hartland; Emergency Relief Command Center 356-3556.

Barnard – Diane Rainey, Town Clerk 234-9211; www.

Pomfret – The Town Clerk, Lynn Leavitt is available M-W-F at 457-3861, otherwise the “go to” person in emergency relief is Kevin Rice at 457-2364; www.Pomfretvt.US

Quechee – Fire Dept. at 295-9425;

Hartland – Clyde Jenne at 436-2444;

West Windsor – Martha Harrison at 484 3520;

Reading – Contact 484-7250;

Plymouth – Barbara Rabtoy at 672-3655

Bridgewater- Contact 672-3334

Killington – Contact 422- FIRE (3473);


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