Upper Valley Services
UVS empowers people to enhance their quality of life by creating individualized and inclusive communities.
The Vermont Crisis Intervention Network (VCIN) was created in 1991 to address the need for community based crisis supports in the state of Vermont for individuals diagnosed with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD). This program was instituted initially as state-wide support for the closing of the Brandon Training School. The program is currently operated within the Upper Valley Services, Inc. designated agency of Orange County. .
4 Outcomes and/ or Innovations
Vermont Comforts of Home is a joint venture between two organizations: Lincoln Street Inc. and Upper Valley Services. Our non-profit organizations are experienced in providing high quality, individualized home care. Operating in compliance with the regulations of the Adult Family Care program under Vermont’s Choices for Care initiative, we work to develop community-based options of care for people requiring a nursing home level of support.
Green Mountain Self-Advocates.
MoretownService Coordination, Career Services, Community Supports and Advocacy, In-Home & Shared living supports, Children & Families
Gloria Quinn (Executive Director all locations) - [email protected]
Nicole Brothers, Program Director - [email protected]
66 Dickerson Road, Route 100B, Moretown, VT 05660
RandolphService Coordination, Career Services, Community Supports and Advocacy, In-Home & Shared living supports, Children & Families
Dawn Kearon, Program Director - [email protected]
Cheryl Frazier, Intake and Children & Family Services Coordinator - [email protected]
1540 VT RT 66, Randolph, VT 05060