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This link from the Vermont Family Network is a great resource for parents looking to help their children through the aftermath of Hurricane Irene: http://www.vermontfamilynetwork.org/2011/09/hurricane-irene-resources/
Windham County parents contact local schools with any additional questions. The bus revised bus schedule is available in the link below: https://sites.google.com/a/windhamcentral.org/home/for-parents/bus-schedules
Child Care Resource is looking for toys and other children related items to restock damaged day cares. Call for drop off locations: (802) 863-3367
by Vermont Department of Education on Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at 2:34pm The majority of students who attend Leland and Gray live in towns hard-hit by Tropical Storm Irene. These include Brookline, Dover, Jamaica, Marlboro, Newfane, Stratton, and Wardsboro. Leland … Continue reading
All of the books in the lower level of the West Hartford Library- including the entire children’s collection -and many on the main floor were destroyed. The Norwich Bookstore is organizing books and funds to deliver replacement books as soon … Continue reading
http://governor.vermont.gov/blog-wic-vermont If you are receiving WIC and need to update your information as a result of Irene or know a family that may now be eligible, there is a streamlined process for managing those applications at the link above.
I am a clinical social worker and the co-director of the Vermont Child Trauma Collaborative a grant funded project between SAMHSA and the Department of Mental Health. We are affiliated with the National Traumatic Stress Network, which is a SAMHSA … Continue reading
Local teachers are organizing babysitting for volunteers and families affected by Irene. Childcare will be provided at Northwest Elementary School gym on Pierpoint Ave. on Saturday (9/3) from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please provide you child or children with … Continue reading
Three nights a week, the Brattleboro Boys & Girls Club provides dinner to 60 to 80 area youth. Due to Sunday’s storm, the 1st floor of their building (17 Flat St) has been destroyed – this includes their kitchen. The … Continue reading
Here’s a link regarding helping children with special needs during a crisis situation. It focuses on how adults can anticipate and respond to children’s reactions. This is from the National Association of School Psychologists website. http://www.nasponline.org/resources/crisis_safety/specpop_general.aspx