VocRehab provides individualized employment services, collaborating with you whenever possible, assisting community members to maintain their jobs, explore and develop career pathways, build new skills through education and training, and find-maintain employment that works long term, for all involved. Call their main phone number 802-888-5976 or local representative DJ Masi at 802-793-8309. You can also visit their website.
Green Mountain Support Services
Green Mountain Support Services (GMSS) provides person-centered based services to those with a disability. GMSS has five programs: developmental services , brain injury, adult family care, choices for care, supportive employment services. “Empowering Neighbors with disabilities to be at home in their community.”
- Morrisville: 802-888-7602, 93 James Road
- St. Johnsbury: 802-424-1636, 1222 Main Street, Suite 102
Shared Living Provider (SLP) program: unites trained, compensated caregivers who want to share their homes with individuals who need assistance with daily living. Shared Living Providers create opportunities for individuals with disabilities to live with a single person, couple, or family in the community. To learn more about this program, click here.
Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL)
VCIL works to promote the dignity, independence, and civil rights of Vermonters with disabilities. Programs include:
- AgrAbility: information, education, assistance, and connection for Vermont's farmers and farmworkers with disabilities.
- RISE fund (Resilience and Independence in State of Emergency): helps people with disabilities remain as independent as possible during the pandemic.
- Community Access Program: improves access to buildings, services, and programs.
- Home Access Program (HAP): home entry and bathroom accessibility modifications.
- Information, Referral & Assistance specialist
- Meals on Wheels
- Peer Advocacy Program: engages people with disabilities in community efforts to promote changes in programs, policies, and laws.
- Sue Williams Freedom Fund (SWFF): funding for services and equipment to help people with disabilities achieve or maintain independence.
- Vermont Equipment Distribution Program (VTEDP): funding for adaptive equipment.
- Vermont Interpreter Referral Service (VIRS): American Sign Language (ASL)/spoken English interpreter referral services.
- Youth Transition
Lamoille Restorative Center
Employment help for youth 16 through 22 who have behavioral or emotional disabilities, with support for:
- Resume and interviewing
- Eolunteer work & internships
- Transportation and scheduling
- Good communication with employers
- Stable housing and driver’s licenses
Contact Mark Scott: (802) 888-0656 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In partnership with VocRehab Vermont and Lamoille County Mental Health Services.