Please use the Waterbury CARES form to submit a request for help or offer volunteer assistance to someone in need. The Waterbury Public Library will be the matchmaker for this service and will review requests on an ongoing basis. After you submit this form someone from the Library or another Waterbury organization will get in touch with you. Requests will be reviewed several times daily Monday – Friday.

For mental health assistance, please contact
• Washington County Mental Health
• 802-229-1399
• Crisis Hotline 802-229-0591

Call 2-1-1 for help locating a wide variety of services and support in Vermont.

The following organizations will be accepting donations to help our community:

Waterbury Area Food Shelf:
waterburycast.org/waterbury-area-food-shelf
[email protected]
• 802-244-1561

Waterbury Good Neighbor Fund:
waterburycast.org/good-neighbor-fund/
[email protected]
• 802-244-6606

Additionally, the Waterbury Area Food Shelf may be able to assist eligible people or households with access to food.

 

Laid-off restaurant workers, musicians, artists, gig workers, and farmers affected by this crisis may order free ShiftMeals from The Skinny Pancake and pick them up in front of Prohibition Pig on Wednesdays.

 

Here are guidelines from the Centers of Disease Control: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/guidance-prevent-spread.html