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If you missed the State of the Re:Union broadcast focusing on Vermont, here it is. The broadcast focuses on communities around Vermont and on their Irene experiences.
Via VPR “Starting Over Strong” or SOS Vermont is offering short-term, free support for those affected by Irene. Contact Washington County Mental Health at 1-855-767-8800. More information.
A Vermont licensed Family Therapist has offered his time working with families or individuals affected by Hurricane Irene. If you or someone you know requires mental health resources or just someone to talk to, please contact us at email@example.com, or … Continue reading
Sara Manns at 291-1172 is organizing a team of counselors to meet with people who feel they need support now. Please reach out if you feel you need more emotional help than you are receiving. The Ottaquechee Health Foundation is … Continue reading
Talking to Children about Natural Disasters By David Fassler, M.D. Once again, parents and teachers are faced with the challenge of explaining a local natural disaster with children. Although these may be difficult conversations, they are also important. There are … Continue reading
Navigating through Crisis Thank you to the ToDo Institute, a nonprofit educational organization located in Monkton, VT for sharing this resource with us.
Mental health following a disaster is incredibly important. The State has released this important one sheet on resources available after Irene. VDH_Irene_Mental_health-general1