TELEPHONE HOTLINES AND INFORMATION LINES
VT Health Department-COVID19 hotline: (802) 863-7240
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Act 1 provides 24/7/365 information, referral, screening, and assessment services for individuals of all ages who are or are suspected to be incapacitated due to alcohol or other drugs. 802.488.6425.
Assist helps any adult resident of Chittenden County who is experiencing a psychiatric crisis. The program is voluntary and referrals are evaluated on a case-by-case basis to individualize treatment. Contact ASSIST: 802.488.6411.
Community Health Center
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. The Community Health Centers of Burlington accept all patients regardless or their insurance or financial status. Our federally funded health care program allows us to offer a wide range of services to patients through a sliding-fee scale; we also take most employment-based insurances.
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
Concentra Urgent Care
We offer a wide range of occupational, urgent care, physical therapy, and wellness services to employees and the general public. Our clinicians include board-certified physicians, licensed physical therapist, mid-level practitioners, and other medical professionals. For more information on what we provide in the Burlington area, please contact the medical center or our customer care line at 866-944-6046.
First Call For Chittenden County One Team One Number 802.488.7777
First Call is the 24/7/365 mobile crisis service for anyone in Chittenden County regardless of age. One team. One number 802-488-7777. Anyone can contact First Call for help in a crisis or for support or information about community services. The caller defines the crisis. The clinicians offer phone support,intervention, in-person assessment, and referrals. First Call works with children, adults and families, and partners with schools, police, medical and mental health providers, and others. First Call also responds when there is a tragedy in the community and provides suicide prevention training. 802-488-7777.
Support Services for survivors of Sexual Violence and their Loved Ones. 24 HOUR HOTLINE 802.863.1236 or 1.800.489.7273
Information and resources covering sexual and reproductive health topics. Research on sexual health problems and directory of health centers in the US.
Stabilization, Treatment, And Recovery Team is a community program within Crisis Services that provides support to individuals ages 18 and older who are experiencing emotional distress and/or an increase in mental health symptoms. The goal of the program is to help prevent the need for higher levels of care services, such as the hospital or police. Contact START: 802.488.6424.
TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY PROGRAM
In 1991, the Department of Aging and Disabilities and the Department of Social Welfare began the operation of a three-year pilot project offering community-based rehabilitative services. The goal of this program was to divert people from facility placement and/or return Vermonters with a moderate to severe traumatic brain injury from out-of-state facilities. Prior to the development of this service, people were placed in expensive out of state facilities, often there for years, with little hope of returning to their home communities. The project demonstrated that individuals with a moderate to severe traumatic brain injury participating in the pilot were able to be served appropriately in community-based settings.
Today, the Traumatic Brain Injury Program provides rehabilitation and life skills services to help Vermonters with a moderate to severe traumatic brain injury, live successfully in community-based settings. This is a rehabilitation-based, choice-driven program intended to support people to achieve their optimum independence and help them return to work. For more information about data related to TBI, refer to the VT Department of Health TBI Data Brief.
Receive the high level of care you can only find at a university hospital when you need it most, seven days a week. Visit The University of Vermont Medical Center Urgent Care at the Fanny Allen Campus in Colchester, Vermont.
University of Vermont Medical Center
The UVM Medical Center Emergency Room team is dedicated to providing our Burlington community and Vermont/northern New York region with first-class emergency care. As the only Level I Trauma Center in Vermont-and the first in the U.S. to be verified for both children and adults-the UVM Medical Center Emergency Room offers advanced technology and techniques to care for the most seriously ill and injured pediatric and adult patients. The emergency room, located at 111 Colchester Ave., Burlington, VT on our main Medical Center Campus adjacent to the University of Vermont. UVM Medical Center’s emergency room can be accessed from the Colchester Avenue entrance as well as the Main Street and East Avenue entrances to the campus. CALL 911 if you have an emergency.
Steps to End Domestic Violence,
formally known as Women Helping Battered Women 24 Hour Help Line
The Hotline is typically the first access point for people seeking services with our agency. Our Hotline, (802) 658-1996 or 1-800-ABUSE95, is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This confidential hotline is available to victims and survivors of domestic abuse, as well as family members, friends, other service providers, and concerned members of our community who are seeking support and information about domestic abuse.
Vermont Epilepsy Foundation
The Epilepsy Foundation of Vermont is a non-profit, statewide organization dedicated to the prevention and control of epilepsy and its consequences, and to helping persons with epilepsy, their families, and other concerned individuals overcome the problems and misunderstanding associated with this condition.To fulfill its mission, and in accordance with the program and organizational principles of operation, the Epilepsy Foundation of Vermont has identified long-term program and organizational/administrative goals.