Programs our Member Agencies Provide
These programs provide therapeutic, case management, residential and respite care services to children and adolescents with mental health conditions and their families. They are part of a larger system of care designed to offer support and safe community environments that foster growth, development, health and mental health and positive relationships.
These programs include a range of prevention and intervention services, such as counseling, to help individuals, families and groups cope during times of stress and crisis, as well as to address emotional and behavioral difficulties.
These programs provide an array of therapeutic, day, and residential services to adults with severe and persistent mental illness and their families. These services promote community living and minimize the need for inpatient and custodial care.
These services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week in every community in Vermont. They are intensive and time-limited, focused on resolving or stabilizing adults, families and children who are in acute mental health crisis.
Community-based supports are provided for children and adults with developmental disabilities, such as intellectual disabilities or pervasive developmental disorders which occur before age 18. Services include residential, vocational, case management, service coordination, respite and flexible family supports.
A variety of substance use disorder services are provided by eight of the Community Mental Health Centers. These services include prevention and education programs in the schools, outpatient counseling, intensive outpatient programs, and family and group counseling services.
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