DLL Severe Storm Recovery Resource Center
As a result of the devastating July storm in Vermont, the Department of Liquor and Lottery has established this page to serve as a resource center for the recovery process in the weeks and months ahead. This page will be consistently updated with the latest information.
General Response and Recovery Information
The State of Vermont developed a flood response and recovery page to enable Vermonters to navigate important things to do and available resources in one initial stop, with links to more detailed information. The content on this page will be updated on an ongoing basis. The page can be found here: https://www.vermont.gov/flood
ACCD Economic Injury Survey
The Agency of Commerce and Community Development is asking businesses to please fill out their new Economic Injury Survey. There is currently no grant program to help business that lost revenue and suffered no physical damage, but gathering this data will give the state of Vermont a more complete picture of the flooding’s toll. It also informs efforts to advocate for recovery, relief and resiliency programs.
Efficiency Vermont Flood Resources
Efficiency Vermont is available to help homeowners and businesses repair or rebuild as energy-efficiently and safely as possible. You can find more information on their flood resource page here.
Opportunities for Donating
- United Way (there are local United Ways serving every region of the state): visit United Ways in Vermont | United Way Worldwide
- American Red Cross Northern New England Region : call (800) 464-6692 or visit American Red Cross | Help Those Affected by Disasters
- Vermont Food Bank: call 1-800-585-2265 or visit Donate Today (nokidhungry.org)
- Vermont Main Street Flood Recovery Fund: visit vtrecovery2023.com
- The Restaurant & Industry Support for Economic Sustainability (RISE) Grant Fund: visit RISE Grant Fund - Vermont Chamber of Commerce (vtchamber.com)