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Community Partners are non-state agencies in your community that the Agency of Human Services partners with to provide supports for clients as well as providers. This is only a few of our many partners.
- Mental Health Services helps children and adults who have a severe and persistent mental illness, and/or a severe emotional disturbance.
- Community Action Agencies
- Nonprofit private and public organizations were established under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 to fight America's War on Poverty. They help people to help themselves in achieving self-sufficiency.
- Area Agencies on Aging
- These agencies coordinate and support a wide range of home- and community-based services, including information and referral, home-delivered and congregate meals, transportation, employment services, senior centers, adult day care and a long-term care ombudsman program. They also provide assistance for adults in need of protection or supportive services.
- Home Health Agencies
- Provides a wide range of high-quality care for people of all ages, with acute and long term illnesses. In addition to skilled nursing services, speciality nurses coordinate high-quality individualized care. Licensed Nursing Assistants assist with personal care and activities of daily living.
- Parent Child Centers
- Vermont has 15 Parent Child Centers that provide home visiting as part of a variety of supports and services for families. Each center can also connect family members to more information and help.