Southeastern VT COVID-19 Resources for Individuals
This document is possible because of a previous document created for the Northeast Kingdom by the NEK Collaborative. We utilized much of their Vermont-relevant information and supplemented with local Windham resources to create this guide, and are grateful to be able to build on their hard work.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Last Updated 5/29/2020
HOW TO BEST USE THIS RESOURCE GUIDE 2
WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION ABOUT CORONAVIRUS? 2
MEDIA RESOURCES 3
REQUEST HELP 3
VOLUNTEER TO HELP OR DONATE 3
BASIC NEEDS 4
FOOD ACCESS 6
GARDENING RESOURCES 7
HEALTHCARE CENTERS - Please call first 8
Testing for COVID-19 9
PET CARE/SUPPLIES 10
WIFI & INTERNET CONNECTIONS 10
FINANCIAL RESOURCES 11
UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS 12
SUPPORT LOCAL BUSINESSES 13
BUSINESS RESOURCES 13
FARMING ASSISTANCE 15
ARTIST & ARTS ORGANIZATION ASSISTANCE 15
MENTAL HEALTH AND RECOVERY RESOURCES 16
EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES 17
LEGAL RESOURCES 18
CONTACT INFO FOR ORGANIZERS 18
RESOURCES FOR PERSONAL RESILIENCY 19
HOW TO BEST USE THIS RESOURCE GUIDE
This resource guide was created to offer a streamlined place to obtain information about a variety of supports across the Windham Region. The Windham Region includes the 23 towns of Windham County; Readsboro, Searsburg, and Winhall in Bennington County; and Weston in Windsor County. This document is being updated on a regular basis, and the information it contains is likely to change. Please contact the businesses and organizations directly if you need an update on any given day.
Please note that if you are in immediate need of assistance, please call Vermont’s resource line by dialing 2-1-1 about help and resources.
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WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION ABOUT CORONAVIRUS?
Do you or someone you know need help getting groceries, childcare, prescriptions, running errands, transportation to, healthcare, chores, animal care or other things? To request help – sign up here:
VOLUNTEER TO HELP OR DONATE
We all need to help reduce the spread of the virus by staying home. Together, we need to make sure that all community members have what they need to stay home, whether sick or healthy. To volunteer to help people affected by the COVID-19 pandemic or to support organizations working with COVID-19 relief, check out these resources.
Recommendations for Volunteering
- United Way of Windham County COVID 19 Response Fund.This fund has been established to rapidly mobilize resources to support organizations on the front lines of supporting communities and families most impacted by COVID-19. All dollars given through this fund will be used to support organizations and people in our communities throughout our Windham County Community.
- The Vermont Community Foundation has set-up a VT COVD-19 Response Fund to help both with emergency response efforts and longer term recovery.
- Vermont Foodbank Communications director Nicole Whalen says cash donations are more helpful than food or other items at this time.
- Donate PPE: Donations of N95 masks, medical and industrial grade or surgical masks can be brought to your nearest State Police Barracks. You can find the location nearest to you here: https://vsp.vermont.gov/stations.
- Give blood: Visit the American Red Cross to learn how to safely donate blood: https://www.redcross.org/local/new-hampshire-vermont.html
- Vermont Farm Fund Donations will support availability of Emergency Loan funds for Vermont food producers who are suffering COVID-19-related losses.
- 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.
- Southeastern VT Community Action––for fuel, utility, housing, and assistance with applications for benefits, and coordinating strategies and services with state agencies and other community partners to meet critical household needs.
- Brattleboro: 15 Grove Street – phone 802-254-2795
- Springfield: 107 Park Street, Suite 2 – phone 802-885-6153
- Westminster: 91 Buck drive – phone 802-722-4575
- White River Junction: 226 Holiday Drive, Suite 24 – phone 802-295-5215.
- Women’s Freedom Center - The WFC is continuing to provide support and services, if you are a survivor needing assistance, call our 24hr hotline:
- 802-254-6954 (Windham County)
- 802-885-2050(Southern Windsor County)
- Beginning Monday, April 6th, we will be offering a virtual support group every weekday from 12-1PM. Call the hotline for more information.
- Serving Bennington County, PAVE is non-profit that strives to end violence and empower survivors through a range of comprehensive services and community education.
- Hotline: (802) 442-2111
- Senior Solutions’ HelpLine and email are open and working. Only our doors are closed.
- HelpLine: 802-885-2669 or Email: email@example.com
- Everyone at Senior Solutions is dedicated to providing help to Vermonters over 60 with:
- Benefits applications for social services such as Medicaid, Fuel Assistance, 3SquaresVT, VPharm, and other programs.
- Medicare Information.
- Taking applications for Meals on Wheels with relaxed criteria for those who are over 60.
- Providing information and connecting you to resources for health and wellness issues.
- Case Managers are checking on their clients by phone.
- Volunteer Visitor Recipients are being contacted and checked on.
- Brattleboro Hospice: Emotional & practical support for the terminally ill and their caregivers
- Windsor Neighbors Helping Neighbors-General Information
- Upper Valley Strong-Resources
- VT Adult Protective Services (APS) continues to investigate allegations of abuse, neglect and exploitation. During this time, families and other shared household members are spending extended time together and we are seeing increased instances of high stress and anxiety over extreme unknowns. We are also seeing an increase in the number of household arguments, emotional struggles and physical violence. Unfortunately, these challenges are increasing during a time that household members have limited exposure to others, and APS is receiving fewer reports as a result.
- What can you do? With households self-isolating and many agencies limiting face-to-face services and visits, the people who may typically spot maltreatment are not able to do this as easily. If you know someone who is at risk or was experiencing maltreatment before this pandemic, reach out to them and see how they are doing. If you are concerned— even if you have not directly witnessed or have first-hand evidence of maltreatment— please file a report with APS. If you suspect you may be the victim of abuse, neglect, or exploitation, you may also make a report to APS for yourself. APS works to maintain the confidentiality of reporters—APS will not reveal who a reporter is to an alleged perpetrator or others— and you also have the option to make an anonymous report.
- How can I file a report? If you yourself are experiencing maltreatment or are concerned about someone you know, please report to APS via:
- Support with questions or problem solving around health insurance programs
- If you are an essential worker in need of childcare, contact Kristy Rose, Child Care Resource & Referral at the Winston Prouty Center in Brattleboro at 257-7852 x317
- Or complete the online application here- https://webportalapp.com/webform/essentialworkers
- Farmers to Families Meals: Registration Open for Food Distribution
- Registration is open for meal distribution sites in the month of June. Those who register are given a window of time to pick up Farmers to Families meals at designated sites around the state. This change will streamline the process of pick-up, and help planners assess the ongoing need for such services. To find a location and register visit: https://humanresources.vermont.gov/food-help
- Meal Programs for Families when School is not in Session: Pandemic EBT: Additional Food Support during COVID-19
- WIC gives you access to healthy foods, nutrition education and counseling, and breastfeeding support. If you’re pregnant, a caregiver, or a parent with a child under five, WIC is right for you! To find out more and apply visit https://www.healthvermont.gov/family/wic or text ‘ VTWIC’ to 855-11
- Meal Programs for Older Vermonters:
- People age 60 and older are especially encouraged to stay at home in order to protect themselves from COVID-19, but staying well nourished is also critical for your health. To help, you may be able to pick up meals to go or have meals delivered to your home. For more information about meals for older adults, please call the Helpline at 1-800-642-5119.
- The Vermont Foodbank is dedicated to supporting Vermonters during all times of need. To find a food shelf near you, call 1-800-585-2265 or visit https://www.vtfoodbank.org/agency-locator
- Veggie Van Go is now located at Brattleboro Union High School. Drive-through pick up. No eligibility requirements. Next dates: 4/20, 5/4, 5/18, 6/1, 6/15.
- Please call ahead to confirm that they are still offering curbside pick-up and restrictions.
- Restaurants offering take-out and delivery:
- Meals on Wheels- Brattleboro- 257-1236
- Meals on Wheels- Bennington- 1-802-442-8012
- Food Shelves and Area Resources:
- Agape Church-closed for community meals
- Loaves and Fishes- As of 3/25/2020, Loaves & Fishes will be preparing meals which will be delivered by Groundworks. There is no longer a “grab & go” option on site.
- St. Brigid’s Kitchen-No longer offering a community meal, passing out packaged meals outdoors on Mon, Weds, Thurs, and Sat.
- The Farmer’s Market has compiled a list of their vendors who have products available right now, which you can find at farm stands, through online ordering, curbside pickup, and more! Visit our website for details and stay tuned for updates about our 2020 market season.
- Search google for “your garden topic” then add in the word “extension” to your search, and look for publications from UVM, in addition to other land-grant Universities with similar northern climates (NH, Maine, Minnesota, etc.). This will give you reliable research-based gardening information.
- go.uvm.edu/gardening-during-covid-19 ( Our covid response webpage with resources such as videos, fact sheets, info about the Vermont Victory Garden Project and our Vegetable Gardening Resource Map. The goal of the map is to connect people looking for vegetable gardening resources with those willing to share what they have.
- The Master Gardener Helpline. Volunteers are answering questions from home and checking messages. Call 802-656-5421 to leave a message or go to this page and fill out the online question form. go.uvm.edu/gardeninghelpline
- Free Seeds: If you are food insecure, have lost your job, or are wanting to contribute to help feed neighbors in this situation, High Mowing Organic Seeds and NOFA-VT are partnering to supply you with free seeds to start/expand your community garden to help with food security for you and your community. You can request either 1 bundle (10 seed packets) or 5 bundles (50 seed packets). In the interest of efficiency, there is not the option to request specific varieties or vegetables. Each bundle will include roughly 80% vegetables, 10% herbs and 10% flowers. If you can share seed with your neighbors feel free to request 5 bundles (50 seed packets). Please do not contact High Mowing with questions as they are inundated with seed orders. High Mowing's founder, Tom Stearns is running this program with volunteers out of his house. To request seeds, fill out the form at https://nofavt.org/blog/create-resilience-garden
- Contact ESD at 800-479-6151
- They will take your information, then contact the Economic Services office in your area, which will give you a call back to screen and provide support with emergency housing needs
- Local ESD offices are closed to the public, and staff are working remotely
- After hours emergency housing support
- To access housing support in the Windham County area, call or text Karli at 802-490-8178, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- For support with food, shelter, and resources in Windsor County
- Housing Assistance––strengths-based approach to help identify resources, back rent, security deposits payments/ Housing Retention and Housing Navigation services.
- Utilities: The Vermont Public Utility Commission ordered a temporary moratorium on involuntary natural gas, electric and telecommunications service disconnections. This means that if you are not able to make your payments for natural gas, electricity or land-line telephones, you will not be shut off. However, charges will still accrue during this time. You will have to make up the payments at a later date.
- Green Mountain Power Covid-19 Response
- GMP is temporarily suspending collections-related activities, including service disconnections through the end of April, to lessen any financial hardship the COVID-19 pandemic may have on our customers. These policies are effective immediately and will be in place through the end of April. We will evaluate their continued need at that time. Please note that regular billing will continue for all customers.
- Crisis Fuel & Utility Assistance
- Emergency Fuel and Furnace /Utility disconnection Support
- Joe Wiah 254-2795 ext. 101 or email@example.com
- Daniel Quipp 254-2795 ext.103 or firstname.lastname@example.org
HEALTHCARE CENTERS - Please call first
- If you are in need of a Primary Care Provider, contact Centralized Scheduling at 258-8777
- Grace Cottage Hospital, (802) 365-735, 185 Grafton Road, Townsend, VT 05303
- Mountain Valley Health, (802) 824-6901, 38 Vt Route 11, Londonderry, VT 05158
- Rockingham Health Center, (802)463-9000, 1 Hospital Court, Bellows Falls, VT 05101
- Southern Vermont Medical Center , (802) 442-636, 100 Hospital Drive, Bennington, Vermont 05201
- Springfield Hospital, (802) 885-2151, 25 Ridgewood Drive, Springfield, VT 05156
- Mt. Ascutney Hospital: (802) 674-6711, 289 County Road, Windsor, Vermont 05089
Testing for COVID-19
As of 5/11/20 Vermont health officials announced three pop-up testing sites will open this week for COVID-19 specimen collection. A testing site in Colchester collected 138 specimens over the weekend.
The pop-up testing sites are for asymptomatic health care workers, first responders (EMS, fire, and law enforcement), and child care providers currently serving essential workers. People who are returning to the state, and who will be at day 7 or later in their quarantine period, can also be tested. These include people returning from wintering out of state, college students, and people who are coming to stay in their second homes.
The clinics will be held from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. at the following locations:
- Tuesday, May 12: Bennington College, 1 College Drive, Bennington (follow signs for the Pop-Up Testing Site)
- Thursday, May 14: Brattleboro Union High School, 131 Fairground Rd., Brattleboro
- Saturday, May 16: Upper Valley Aquatic Center, 100 Arboretum Ln, White River Jct.
You must register for the clinics ahead of time: humanresources.vermont.gov/popups
All other Vermonters with even mild COVID symptoms can call their health care provider to get tested. Learn more at https://www.healthvermont.gov/covid19
- Brattleboro Pharmacy: located in Brattleboro. Curbside service only at this time. Call 802-254-7777 to arrange a time for pickup. Mail delivery through USPS and FREE local delivery after 4pm; visit their website or call 802-254-7777 to request.
- CVS Pharmacy: located in Bennington. Free mail delivery through the USPS. Visit their website or call 802-442-8369 for more information.
- Greater Falls Pharmacy: located in Bellows Falls. Curbside pickup is available at this time; call 802-460-2634 to arrange a pickup time.
- Green Mountain Pharmacy: located in Londonderry. Curbside service and mail delivery is available at this time; call 802-824-3344 to arrange a pickup time.
- Messenger Valley Pharmacy: located in Townshend. Curbside service only at this time. Call ahead 802-365-4177 to arrange a pickup time. Mail and delivery service available to surrounding towns for $10 delivery charge; call for information on delivery schedule.
- Rite Aid: locations in Brattleboro, Ludlow, and Springfield
- FREE prescription delivery. Visit their website for your local store’s phone number and call the pharmacy for more information.
- Reserved shopping hour Monday - Friday from 9am-10am for seniors at all locations.
- The Hotel Pharmacy: located in Brattleboro. Now offering FREE deliveries to Brattleboro [Call by 3:00pm, delivery is 4pm – 6pm] as well as Dummerston, Guilford, Hinsdale, Putney, Vernon and Chesterfield [Call by 11:30am, delivery is 1:00pm – 3:00pm]. They also offer delivery of over-the-counter items too – $10.00 minimum purchase.
- Walgreens: locations in Bellows Falls, Bennington, Brattleboro, and Willmington
- You can pick prescriptions for others with the last four digits of their phone numbers.
- They are doing deliveries through FedEx; visit their website to request it. They are waiving the $5 delivery fee at this time.
- Smilin’ Steves Pharmacies: located in Ludlow (802-228-2500), Rutland (802-775-2545), and Springfield (802-885-6400). Curbside or drive-thru.
- Silo Distillery staff will be available to meet folks who would like to pick up free sanitizer during the following days and times:
- 4 - 6pm 7 days a week for the foreseeable future. If changes in opening dates/times occur we will list them on our website and on our social media. Please bring a reusable bottle, be patient and courteous, and please do not visit us if you have been experiencing symptoms. As of 3/30 we have lowered our maximum amount to 12oz per person.
WIFI & INTERNET CONNECTIONS
- Comcast, VTel & other providers have options for Internet at a discounted rate for students and families who currently do not have Internet. Consolidated is offering two months of free service plus installation.
- The Public Service Department has prepared a map of public buildings in Vermont where WiFi with access to the internet is publicly available. These sites are accessible at all hours from a parked vehicle on the road or parking lot. As a safety precaution, we discourage users from entering the premises or congregating outside. These sites should be accessed from within a parked vehicle. This information was compiled through an email survey of schools, libraries, and town offices conducted in March 2020. The PSD will continue to update this map as new information is received. If a password for the WiFi network was provided, you can view it by clicking on the icon.
- They also have information about what cable, telephone, and mobile carriers are doing to assist consumers, including those with low income, and places where consumers can find internet access and be updated as new information becomes available.
- Take advantage of online banking, mobile banking apps, including mobile deposit capture, ATMs and drive through tellers.
- Vermont Economic Services is waiving in-person contact requirements for benefits programs. Apply online or by phone 1-800-479-6151
- Coronavirus and Forbearance Info for Students, Borrowers, and Parents https://studentaid.gov/announcements-events/coronavirus
- NOFA-VT is offering payment to experienced milkers to help step in when farmers get sick. This relief is available to ALL dairy farmers and farm workers. Email email@example.com to learn more.
- VSECU has a Member Emergency Loan Fund and is offering a $2,000 loan with a 24-month loan term and an annual percentage rate APR as low as 0% to help Vermonters cover lost or reduced income due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to a unique partnership with The Vermont Community Foundation*, they are able to expand this loan offering, beyond our membership, to all Vermonters!
- Taxes - Follow this link to find out what you need to know about filing and paying your taxes this year.
- New England Grassroots Environmental Fund
- They have a Covid 19 Rapid Response grant fund (and you can also donate to support the effort)
- A nonprofit fundraiser supporting U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants
- Vermont Department of Labor - HOW DO I ESTABLISH MY CLAIM?
- Effective 3/24/2020, all official work search requirements are suspended until further notice. This applies to all unemployment insurance claimants, not just those that have a return to work date. This action is being taken to mitigate the risk associated with work search efforts as they relate to the COVID-19 Pandemic and the guidance provided by the Center for Disease Control and the Vermont Department of Health.
- Existing UI Claimants: If you have specific questions, please view the frequently asked questions or contact the Vermont Department of Labor Claimant Assistance line at 877-214-3332. Please understand that they are experiencing high call volume.
SUPPORT LOCAL BUSINESSES
Consider purchasing gift certificates, ordering from local stores online, or taking advantage of home delivery services.
- NATIONALLY: The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has issued guidance, as well as information on the SBA's Economic Injury Disaster Loans. The SBA is working with state Governors to provide targeted, low-interest loans to small businesses and nonprofits that have been severely impacted by the virus. If you are a Vermont small business being affected right now, contact the SBA district office at 802-828-4422.
- What should small business owners know about insurance policies during COVID-19? You may have coverage for impacts from the COVID-19 crisis. It’s important to determine that early before costs add up.
- National Restaurant Association’s Restaurant Employee Relief Fund
- One Fair Wage’s Emergency Coronavirus Tipped and Service Worker Support Fund
- The Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act - The programs and initiatives in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act that was just passed by Congress are intended to assist business owners with whatever needs they have right now.
- STATE-WIDE: Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development has also established a hotline so that businesses may call to report impacts and be directed to resources: (802) 461-5143. The hotline will be staffed Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. ACCD and the Department of Labor are working to keep you updated whenever new information becomes available. We encourage you to sign-up for ACCD’s Business and Economic Response to COVID-19 Newsletter and find their latest guidance here.
- Common Good Vermont’s COVID resources for Nonprofits
- Vermont Small Business Development Center’s information and guide to disaster recovery
- The VT Department of Labor will be issuing guidance for Employers and Employees, including information on the potential impact on unemployment insurance benefits, employee sick-time and other issues as a result of COVID-19. More information and further updates can be found at labor.vermont.gov.
- Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility’s Planning & Preparing for COVID-19 page includes VBSR webinar series: “Coronavirus Response Resources for Businesses” covering employer practices, organizational planning, and more.
- Consumer Assistance Program of Vermont - (scroll down to COVID-19 Guidance and click on +)
- FARMING: NOFA-VT will make funds available through our Farmer Emergency Fund to pay the relief workers. If you have experience working on dairy farms, and are willing to show up for our community in this way, please respond to Bill Cavanaugh on our Farmer Services team: firstname.lastname@example.org, with your contact information, relevant experience on dairy farms, availability, and location. Again, you will be paid for your time and crucial service.
- VHCB’s Vermont Farm & Forest Viability Program provides business planning services and technical assistance to farm, food, and forest products businesses through its business advising program. It also has a web page with resources for working lands businesses related to COVID-19 response, found here.
- BDCC COVID-19 Business Resiliency Program - Every week, BDCC hosts a webinar / conference call to review up-to-date information about available resources on Fridays at 2:15 p.m. They collect questions during the week prior to each call and address them during sessions. Please submit questions to email@example.com by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday.
Session Access Information:
When: Every Friday, 2:15 p.m.
Zoom Meeting: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/781064798
Meeting ID: 781-064-798
Phone: 888 475 4499 US Toll-free
One tap mobile: +19294362866,,781064798#
- Dover’s Commercial Emergency Assistance Program - Grant program to provide monthly economic assistance to businesses located within the Town of Dover impacted by the 2020 COVID-19 State of Emergency declaration by the State of Vermont. Click here for more information and to download the application.
- Downtown Brattleboro Alliance’s COVID Resources and Programs.
ARTIST & ARTS ORGANIZATION ASSISTANCE
- VT Arts and Humanities Rapid- Response Funding: The Vermont Arts and Humanities Relief Grant Partnership, a joint effort between the Vermont Arts Council and Vermont Humanities, is honored to provide rapid-response funding to humanities organizations facing financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Apply now for a grant of $5,000, $7,500, or $10,000.
- Applications will be reviewed regularly by an outside peer review panel until funding is exhausted. Applications should be submitted by May 31.
- We are committed to equitable grantmaking and will consider geographic diversity and the importance of reaching underrepresented communities in our funding decisions.
- New England Foundation of the Arts is providing $282,000 on an immediate basis for emergency artist relief to support New England artists. These dollars will be infused into relief funds in partnership with New England’s State Arts Agencies.
MENTAL HEALTH AND RECOVERY RESOURCES
- Mon-Fri 8am-10pm, weekends/holidays 8am-6pm
- 802-565-LINK(5465) and toll free at 833-565-LINK(5465); VTHelplink.org
- Vermont Department of Mental Health
- Vermont Peer Support Line: To receive non-judgmental support and speak to a "peer" call or text 833-888-2557
- Now open to Community: 1-800-917-1622.
- The Phone line is staffed by professionals to offer support to people who are struggling to cope with the increased stress and anxiety resulting from the COVID-19 public health crisis.
Vermont Museums & Art Centers
- FourScienceVT, a museum consortium led by ECHO, Fairbanks, Montshire, and VINS, band together to address the disparity of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education of Vermont's communities during the Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic and beyond.
- Southern Vermont Natural History Museum: Facebook Livestream Events
- Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium Virtual Classroom
- Vermont Institute of Natural Science: Virtual Events
- Montshire Museum of Science: Online Resources
- Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center: Virtual Outdoor Classroom
- Vermont Art Online: Visitors to www.VermontArtOnline.org can virtually enter twenty-nine museums and galleries across the state, with more coming online each day. Interact with exhibitions, click on objects to learn more, or try art-at-home activities great for students, parents, educators, and the general public.
CONTACT INFO FOR ORGANIZERS
- If you are not already on this list and are actively involved in organizing in your community, we strongly encourage you to add your name so that you receive communications about meetings for organizers.
- They are hoping to identify ONE point person for each town. If you are the central point of contact for your town's organizing efforts, please add your name and information on the green line with a * for your town. Thank you.
WINDHAM REGIONAL COMMISSION
- The Windham Region consists of the 23 towns of Windham County; Readsboro, Searsburg and Winhall in Bennington County; and Weston in Windsor County.
- In the absence of county government, the WRC provides the essential link between local, state and federal government. It’s mission is to provide effective local governance and work collaboratively with the towns of the region to address regional issues. Visit our homepage for a direct link to COVID-19 resources and information for towns.
- It’s programmatic areas include emergency planning, town planning, transportation, community development (including brownfields redevelopment), natural resources, water quality, energy, and review of projects in state and federal permitting processes. It also serves as the mapping/GIS resource for the region and its towns. Many of the maps you see in town offices are produced by the WRC.
- Each town selectboard can appoint up to two Commissioners to serve on the Commission. Decision-making is based upon the policies of the Windham Regional Plan.
RESOURCES FOR PERSONAL RESILIENCY