Meals on Wheels -- now open to anyone aged at least 60 who is self-isolating! See our Meals On Wheels page.
Need someone to talk to? We listen to your concerns and needs and will help you find the answer. We can connect you to the agency that will provide assistance. (802) 387-2120
Basics: Do you require food, shelter, clothing, a car repair, electric bill, heating assistance? Call us to tap into our resources (802) 387-2120
Health Care: Do you require medical care but do not have insurance? Have a question about signing up for Vermont's state insurance program or pharmacy assistance? Are you new to the area and do you have a question about local providers? We can assist you in finding a physician, answer Medicaid questions, refer you to medical services. Call us for assistance. (802) 387-2120
Family Services: PCC provides various services for families such as outreach, coordination of services, advocacy, systems navigation, and adult mentoring. We can help refer you to other service providers if you or your child might need someone to talk to about a personal or family issue. Do you have a question or concern but no idea where to turn ? Call us at (802) 387-2120.
Welcome Baby in Putney: PCC collaborates with Early Education Services (EES) to deliver welcome bags filled with area resources and little gifts for the newborn. It also allows families, especially first time Moms, the ability to ask questions, see a friendly face and connect with local agencies. We can help the family access necessary services and provide information on local groups. If you or someone you know has had a new baby, please call us at (802) 387-2120. We
also make visits to new families with young children who have recently moved to the area.
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Rides to medical appointments are provided by Putney volunteers for local Putney residents aged 60 and over. Please contact Putney Cares, Inc. at least 2 weeks prior to appointment.
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