Who is Greater Sullivan Strong?

Greater Sullivan Strong is a team of non-profit agencies, churches, schools, towns and local branches of State government. Under the Greater Sullivan Strong umbrella over 30 agencies (and growing!), municipalities, and numerous community representatives work together to respond to disasters in our region. Our purpose is to get direct services to organizations and people in need and to share resources and expertise to make sure support dollars are used in the most effective manner possible.

Preventing the Spread of COVID-19

greater sullivan county resources to address developing needs during the covid-19 pandemic

Community Resources

Food Access

Local resources for those needing access to produce, canned and dried goods, or fresh meals.

Housing

Resources for homeless or displaced populations during this time, or isolated non-hospital care for those in need.

Childcare & Family

Resources to support your child care needs during times of school disruption or closed child care facilities.

Transportation

Resources for safe and reliable transportation for those who do not have access to personal vehicles.

Older Adult Health

Resources for older adults, such as in-home care, volunteers for errands, or other community support.

Mental Health
& Substance Use

Local and national resources to help you through this difficult time.

What is the Greater Sullivan County?

Our service region covers the entirety of the Greater Sullivan County Public Health Region. Towns in our service area include: Acworth, Charlestown, Claremont, Cornish, Croydon, Goshen, Langdon, Lempster, New London, Newbury, Newport, Springfield, Sunapee, Sutton, Unity, Wilmot.

Greater Sullivan Service Area Map