July is Ultra Violet Safety Month!

Ultraviolet Awareness Month is meant to increase awareness of how UV rays can damage the eyes and skin, increasing the risk of cataracts and other cancers, especially in high risk patients. Click here to learn the signs and how you can protect yourself and others.
If you would like to learn more about summer safety tips and also where you can find free sunscreen dispensers across Vermont, visit the Vermont Department of Health’s website. There you will find these and other tips to help keep you safe during the summer.

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About the Vermont 2-1-1 database:

The Vermont 2-1-1 database contains detailed descriptions of programs and services available to Vermonters that are provided by local community groups, social service and health-related agencies, government organizations, and others. We are constantly adding new resources to our database, but at last count it contains 1010 agencies that provide 10031 services across 2941 programs. Resource Specialists gather information by regularly attending community meetings throughout the state and contacting agencies directly to complete a formal update process at least annually.

Services fall under the following general categories:

  • Basic Needs

  • Consumer Services

  • Criminal Justice and Legal Services

  • Education

  • Environment/Public Health/Public Safety

  • Health Care

  • Income Support and Employment

  • Individual and Family Life

  • Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services

  • Organizational/Community Services

Types of agencies in the database include:

  • Federal, state and local entities

  • Community Action Agencies

  • Non-Profit organizations

  • Churches, service organizations and civic groups that provide services to the public

  • Out-of-state entities that offer services to Vermonters

  • And more

Looking to have your agency, organization, or program included?

Vermont 2-1-1 welcomes new agencies, programs and services. If you are interested in joining our database, apply for inclusion by clicking here.

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