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Lamoille Family Center
The Lamoille Family Center provides supports and programs for youth, teenagers, and young adults including:
- Runaway and homeless youth programs & shelter
- Prevention and stabilization services for youth and families (PSSYF)
802-888-5229 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lamoille Restorative Center
The Lamoille Restorative Center (LRC) supports teenagers and adults through restorative justice. For teenagers, LRC has programs that help young people transition successfully to adulthood. Programs include:
- Jump on Board for Success (JOBS): Helping youth (ages 16–22 with behavioral or emotional disabilities) find and maintain employment. email@example.com
- Youth Development Program: Voluntary case management services for youth ages 14-23, who are, or have been, in the custody of the state through the Department for Children and Families (DCF), helping them transition from state custody and care to self-sufficiency and independent living. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Balanced and Restorative Justice: Support for youth ages 10 through 18 who are on juvenile probation, at risk of becoming involved with the justice system, or struggling with school attendance. email@example.com
- Lamoille Valley School Engagement Program: School-referred students and their families receive support for better school attendance and long-term educational success. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Youth Substance Awareness Safety Program (YSASP): An alternative to the civil court process for youth ages 16 through 20 who violate Vermont’s underage alcohol or marijuana laws. email@example.com
Call 802-888-5871 or click here.
Healthy Lamoille Valley provides resources and support for Lamoille area youth and families, facilitates our local Youth Prevention Council, offers youth leadership opportunities, family support resources, and community outreach in the Lamoille County area and surrounding communities.
HLV's latest project, #LiveYourWhy, encourages youth and their families to engage in a series of activities designed to foster and cultivate protective factors at home while also finding ways to stay together and connected even while we're physically separated. Visit their website, send them an email or call 802-552-0180.
The Behavioral Health and Wellness Center offers outpatient treatment services for youth who are experiencing mental health, substance use, or psychiatric concerns. They provide individual and group counseling as well as medication management for psychiatric needs. Their staff works with youth in schools and at a local community center and can help you navigate the stressors of our current crisis. They have the expertise to help you manage anxiety, depression, interpersonal conflicts, LGBTQ+, trauma, substance use, and more.
They are currently offering their services online through video telehealth. Please call for current group offerings or to set up an appointment 802-888-8320 or visit their website. They are open Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm.
If you’re a high school student (aged 14-22) with a disability, or a parent or guardian, and you’re ready to gain work experience now and start thinking about life after high school, connect with your local Voc Rebab Transition Team. Voc Rehab's Transition Team can help you think about possible work experiences, careers, and future training after high school. Services can include career assessment, job exploration, job shadows, mock interviews, resumes, self-advocacy, post-secondary exploration, and other specialized services. Visit their website, call 802-888-5976 or email Thomas Brace at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Their hours of operation are 7:45 am - 4:30 pm.