COVID 19 Resources


Broadband and Device Benefits Available

Federal Benefits:

For eligible households, the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program (EBBP) provides a discount of up to $50 per month toward broadband service as well as a onetime discount of up to $100 to purchase a device from participating providers if they contribute toward the purchase price. Applications for the EBBP will be accepted through December 30, 2021. Households enrolled as of December 31, 2021 will receive their monthly benefit until March 1, 2022. In January, 2022, these households will receive information about the steps they need to take to transition to the longer-term broadband affordability program, called the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). Details on the ACP will be forthcoming.

To learn more about this benefit, eligibility, participating providers, and to apply, please visit

Vermont Benefits:

For eligible Vermont households, the Vermont Temporary Broadband Subsidy provides up to a $40 per month credit toward internet service subscriptions for March through December 2021.

To learn more about this benefit, eligibility, and to apply, please visit

Vermont Emergency Rental Assistance Program for back rent and to pay forward in some cases is available and now with a paper application! Help line: 833-488-3727 (833-4VT-ERAP). SEVCA has staff on hand to support the application process. Support can be made by contacting your local SEVCA office, Westminster, Hartford, Springfield, or Brattleboro, 800-464-9951.

Windham & Windsor Housing Trust Home Retention Program is available to support renters or homeowners financially impacted by Covid. There are limited funds to bridge gaps to facilitate household financial stability. WWHT councilor is fluent in Spanish if language is a barrier for families. We are here to help. Contact Jeremy Paquette at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Jane Addams (U.S. social worker, 1860-1935)