Resources for Communities Affected by Flooding

MVP is here for you. 

Our customers and their communities are – and always have been – our top priority. We’re here for our communities affected by flooding. If you or someone you know is an MVP customer and is in need of help with food, transportation, medications, or other urgent health care needs, please contact us at 1-800-TALK-MVP.

Here are some additional resources if you need help:

Emergency Shelters

Virtual Health Care

  • The Gia® by MVP mobile app is available 24/7 and quickly connects you to a doctor via text, video, or phone call. If you need care and are not able to access it, start with Gia. Download the app.

Additional Resources

Resources in the Mid-Hudson Valley

Free Supply Pick-up Locations

  • Sacred Heart Church and School – 7 Cozzens Avenue, Highland Falls, NY (also an emergency shelter)
  • American Legion – 134 Old State Road, Highland Falls, NY

Additional Resources

Resources in Vermont

Food Distribution

  • Vermont Food Bank - The Brattleboro Food Distribution Center is open. However, due to flooding, the Barre and Rutland Distribution Centers will be closed. Phones are being staffed for questions at 1-802-585-2265.

Additional Resources

MVP in the Communities We Serve

After the heavy storms swept across areas of our MVP communities, including the Mid-Hudson Valley and Vermont regions, MVP got to work connecting communities affected by flooding with resources to stay safe and healthy.

Seeing various needs emerging quickly in the wake of this disaster, MVP reached out to at-risk customers in affected areas to extend our concern and support, in addition to assisting with local relief efforts for impacted customers and community members.

In the Mid-Hudson region, MVP provided water and snacks for residents in need, in partnership with Golub and the Northeastern Regional Food Bank. Organization-wide collaboration continues through an MVP Emergency Response team to coordinate additional efforts in the Mid-Hudson area, and we are working with our partners from UVM Health Network to identify needs and closely coordinate relief efforts for community members in Vermont.

Please, don’t hesitate to contact us if you need help. Call us 1-800-TALK-MVP. We’re here for you.