Children’s Mental Health

Children’s mental health programs provide therapeutic services to children and their families. These services include individual, group and family counseling in addition to a variety of supports that promote children’s stability in the communities, schools, and homes. The vast majority of these services occur in the homes, communities, public school, and independent school environments

Adult Mental Health

Our Adult Outpatient Mental Health Programs offer a range of prevention and intervention services, to help individuals, families and groups cope during times of stress and crisis, as well as to address emotional and behavioral difficulties. For adults with serious mental illness, our CRT /CSP programs provide an array of therapeutic, day, and residential services. Our services promote community, independence and recovery to minimize the need for inpatient and custodial care. CRT Intake Contacts

Emergency Services

We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week in every community in Vermont. Services are intensive and time-limited, focused on resolving or stabilizing adults, families and children who are in acute mental health crisis.

Intellectual and Developmental Disability

Community-based supports are provided for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, which occur before age 18. We provide residential, and vocational services as well as services that support stability in the community, respite and flexible family supports.

Substance Use Disorder

A variety of substance use disorder services are provided by eight of the network agencies. These services include prevention and education programs in the schools, outpatient counseling, intensive outpatient programs,family and group counseling services, and services that support stability in the community.

Community Outreach and Education

We provide communities with a variety of public awareness and training opportunities to increase their understanding of issues that are core to the network’s mission, to reduce stigma and to improve care delivery

If you or someone you know is….

struggling with a mental health condition, has a developmental disability, and/or feels like substance use is impacting their daily life and well being, WE CAN HELP.

Our Agencies

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