Other Resources

There are many ways to access healthy food across Vermont. For more information, contact Vermont 211.

Local & Fresh Food Resources

Healthy & Affordable Food Resources

  • 3SquaresVT (Vermont SNAP) can help you stretch your food budget so you can put three healthy meals on your table every day.
  • Emergency Food Shelves and Community Meal Sites—There’s no sign-up necessary to access these food pantries.
  • Vermont’s Farm Share Program provides income-eligible adults and families with a subsidized weekly box of veggies through their cost-sharing CSA program.
  • If you are a patient at Central Vermont Hospital, UVM Medical Center, Rutland Regional Medical Center or North Country Hospital, ask your provider if you are eligible for a Health Care Share for a subsidized box of fresh veggies and access to accompanying nutrition and food programs.

Families with Children

  • Women Infants Children (WIC) is for families with children under the age of 5. This program offers a monthly stipend to supplement your food budget and provides nutritional counseling to make sure your kids grow up healthy and strong.
  • Other school-based programs include the Child Nutrition Program, the Summer Meals Program, and Backpack Program.
  • Learn about meal planning, prep and cooking basics from Healthy In A Snap VT. You’ll also find kid-friendly recipes and on-the-go snack ideas.

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