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Crisis heating assistance available for Vermont residents

Posted by: Leslie Black-Plumeau on January 24, 2013 - 11:13am

Lower-income Vermonters experiencing home heating problems on these extremely cold days are encouraged to contact the Vermont Department for Children and Families (DCF) to request crisis heating assistance. 

Read more at DCF's website or contact the community action agency nearest you.   If the agency has closed for the day, or on weekends and holidays, call 1-800-479-6151.    Alternatively, contact Vermont 2-1-1 by dialing 211 or by going to the Vermont 2-1-1 website

Community Action Agencies

BROC - Community Action in Southwestern Vermont

  • Rutland - 1-800-717-2762 or (802) 775-0878 
  • Bennington - (802) 447-7515

Central Vermont Community Action Council (CVCAC)

  • Barre - 1-800-639-1053 or (802) 479-1053 
  • Randolph - 1-800-846-9506 or (802) 728-9506
  •  Morrisville - 1-800-639-8710 or (802) 888-7993
  •  Bradford - (802) 222-5419

Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity (CVOEO)

  • Chittenden County - 1-800-287-7971, (802) 863-6248 
  • Addison County - 1-800-639-2318 or (802) 388-2285 
  • Franklin / Grand Isle - 1-800-300-7392 or (802) 527-7392

Northeast Kingdom Community Action (NEKCA)

  • Newport - (802) 334-7316 
  • St. Johnsbury - (802) 748-6040 
  • Canaan - (802) 266-7134

Southeastern Vermont Community Action (SEVCA)

  • Westminster - 1-800-464-9951 or (802) 722-4575
  • Brattleboro - (802) 254-2795 
  • Springfield - (802) 885-6153 
  • Hartford - (802) 295-5215
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