Crisis Text Line
Serves anyone, in any kind of crisis providing access to free 24/7 support and information via texting. Trained crisis counselors receive the texts and respond quickly from anywhere in the USA
Our Mission is to improve the health of all within the communities we serve. We are dedicated to providing exceptional care with respect & compassion & with commitment to serving people who have a limited ability to pay
Connecting Cultures is the primary mental health service component of NESTT and the only program in Vermont specifically designed to address the mental health needs of survivors of torture. It is a clinical-science specialty clinic within the Behavior Therapy and Psychotherapy Center in the Psychology Department at the University of Vermont. 802.656.2661
Through Howard Center’s Outpatient Services, individuals are able to access the counseling and therapy they may need to develop and maintain positive relationships within their families and community. For more information about our Adult Mental Health Outpatient Services programs and services, call 802.488.6103.
The Lund Center
At Lund, we work to break the cycles of poverty, addiction and abuse by supporting pregnant and parenting teens, young adults, and adoptive families with our integrated, compassionate services.
Mental Health Resource Guide for LGBTQ Youth
The resources included in this guide represent a spectrum of queer competencies, ranging from queer-friendly services to providers that specialize in queer issues. We encourage anyone seeking services to talk with providers to make sure that its a good fit.
Our mission is to embrace strengths and to acknowledge struggles as we join with youth, families, and communities to promote growth and healing.
Our nationally recognized counseling program provides confidential screening, assessment and treatment for teenagers, young adults, and families.
Safe Space offers free and confidential services to LGBTQ survivors of all forms of abuse or violence.
Serving ten of the fourteen counties in the state with direct services to people living with HIV/AIDS. Site also features prevention information and education.
The VNA cares for individuals and families through health and related services in homes and other community settings.
Vermont Support Line
Creating Connection for All Vermonters @ (833) VT-TALKS / (833) 888-2557
The Vermont Support line is a free, anonymous resource for all Vermonters who are looking for someone to talk to. The Support Line is staffed by individuals who acknowledge that they have experienced a broad range of struggles of their own and are willing to be open about them.
You might call the Support Line after a bad day at work, or a fight with a friend. You might call when you are thinking about making some major changes in your life, but aren’t quite ready to have a discussion with those around you. You might call when you are feeling alone and really just want to talk with someone who care about how your day went. You can call the Support Line for any of these reasons or for any other reason you might want. We are here to listen.