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Offering financial assistance to those in need and supporting wellness programs in our communities.

The Ottauquechee Health Foundation improves the health and well-being of people in need who live in the towns we serve. We do this through financial assistance, community partnerships, education opportunities, and support of wellness initiatives.

We assist in the healthcare needs of these core towns: Barnard, Bridgewater, Hartland, Killington, Plymouth, Pomfret, Quechee, Reading, and Woodstock.


Join us for our 4th Annual Free the Coats with a new twist for this year. Our focus will be on school aged children K-6. We will only accept new or gently used winter coats, snow pants, gloves and hats this year. As always the items will be distributed to those in need Free of Charge.

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Sharing the Warmth: An OHF Community Event

Calling all knitters and crocheters in our community! Sharing the Warmth event is happening now! October 15th - December 30th.

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Share the Warmth Collection

The Collect phase is when we gather all the amazing cold-weather items the Share the Warmth Team has created. There are three scheduled Collect events, all of which will happen on the lawn in front of the Ottauquechee Health Foundation (30 Pleasant Street in Woodstock).

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Ottauquechee Health Foundation, 30 Pleasant St
Woodstock, VT 05091
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Wellness Initiative Provides Key Support for Students, Teachers

Local students and teachers alike are learning new skills to help them thrive in the school environment, thanks to a wellness initiative supported by the Ottauquechee Health Foundation. The Windsor Central Wellness Initiative began in 2019 with grant funding from OHF, which created the program and hired consultants in partnership with Windsor Central Modified Unified […]

Preparing for Vaccine Authorization in the 5-11 Age Group

Parents can learn more about registering for vaccine appointments for children 5-11 years old. If they would like to take steps to prepare, they can add their children as dependents on their vaccine registration account in preparation for appointments opening for this group.

Providers team up with OHF to help patients in need

In challenging times, it’s good to know your neighbors have your back. When patients find it difficult to meet healthcare costs, some very special local providers partner with the Ottauquechee Health Foundation to provide that peace of mind for patients through OHF’s Good Neighbor Grants program. 

Easing pain in the body and the wallet

Josh Roylance, P.T.  is the owner of Upper Valley Rehab and a board member of OHF. After serving the local region for over 20 years, Upper Valley Rehab continues to offer a wide range of physical and occupational therapy services. “The focus is always on the patient and making sure they have what they need,” said owner […]

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