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Services available to Vermonters within and outside of AHS.
Mental Health Elder Care Clinican Program (ECCP)
The Vermont Elder Care Clinician Program is a service provided to help older adults who experience mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety, and substance abuse. Any older adult aged 60 and over experiencing a mental health concern that interferes with their daily life may be served. This program is a joint initiative of Mental Health Services and the Division of Disability and Aging Services (Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living).
My Child Support Case
Parents can go online to get information on their open child support case.
Offender Services
The focus of Offender Services is to keep the community and past victims safe while providing treatment and supervision to offenders with developmental disabilities who are not served by the Correctional system.
Older Vermonters and Family Caregiver Services (Older Americans Act)
The Older Americans Act (OAA) provides funding for a range of programs that offer services and opportunities for older Vermonters to remain as independent as possible and to be active and contributing members of their community. The OAA also provides a range of services to family caregivers to support them to continue in this essential role. The Older Americans Act focuses on improving the lives of older adults and family caregivers in areas of income, housing, nutrition, health, employment, retirement, and social and community services.
Prescription Assistance
Vermont has several Prescription Assistance programs to help uninsured Vermonters and those enrolled in Medicare pay for prescription medicines based on income, disability status and age. These programs include VPharm, VHAP-Pharmacy, VScript, and Healthy Vermonters.
Project Family
In 2000, the Department for Children and Families joined forces with Lund Family Center (the state's largest and oldest non-profit adoption agency) to create Project Family. We are dedicated to finding parents for children in foster care, and helping the parents and children to access the support and services they need.
Reach Up
Reach Up helps families with children by providing cash assistance for basic needs and services that support work and self-sufficiency.
Refugee Health Program
The Refugee Health Program helps with the transition of newly arriving refugees and promotes their physical and mental well being by connecting them to medical providers. Call 1-800-464-4343 or (802) 863-7333
Reporting Child Abuse
Certain people are required by Vermont law to report suspected cases of child abuse and neglect. These mandated reporters are legally required to report their suspicions to their local Family Services District Office—within 24 hours. In addition, any other person who has reason to believe that a child may have been abused or neglected may make a report to the Family Services Division of DCF.
Savings Assistance
A savings program, called an Individual Development Account (IDA), that helps lower-income Vermonters to save money for a home, education, or a small business.
School to Career Program
VocRehab Vermont’s School to Career Program helps youth with disabilities plan and prepare for life after high school. Working with both students and school personnel, VocRehab counselors assist with transition planning for students with disabilities.
Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)
The Senior Community Services Employment Program is a job-training organization that offers training within partnered community service agencies. The combination of skills training and community service leads to employment for low-income individuals age 55 and older.
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Services available to Vermonters within and outside of AHS.
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Smoking Quit Line
The Smoking Quit Line is operated 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, by the American Cancer Society's National Cancer Information Center. Vermonters can get personal help in the form of cessation support, factual information, quitting strategies, a series of phone counseling sessions, and referrals to local services that help smokers quit. Call 1-877-YES-QUIT (1-877-937-7848)
Substance Abuse Intervention and Treatment
Resources, treatment guidelines and providers of substance abuse services in Vermont
Substance Abuse Prevention
12 regional prevention consultants to help communities and coalitions to prevent alcohol and drug abuse in Vermont
Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment
Substance Abuse Prevention, Treatment (including Project CRASH) and Recovery Services in Vermont. Call (802) 651-1550
Substance Abuse Trainings
Conferences, schools and trainings for professionals. Call the Training Coordinator at (802) 652-4141
Supported Employment-Division of Disability and Aging Services
The Vermont Supported Employment Program provides a full range of services which enable people with disabilities to access and succeed in competitive employment. The program goal is to provide full access to employment through the provision of individual support services for people who have historically been excluded from employment.