Emergency? Need Help Now? (802) 229-0591

Emergency? Need Help Now? (802) 229-0591

How Do I Access Services?

Start by calling (802) 229-0591 to speak to one of our friendly Intake Coordinators. You will be asked what kind of services you are seeking and depending on your answer, you will be directed to the correct person. You may be asked some routine questions and to schedule a brief interview to begin the process of accessing services. If you are not sure what services you are seeking, or what programs we offer, WCMHS will work with you to help you determine and access the services you may need.

If you are interested in Developmental Services, start by calling (802) 479-5012 (x565).
In order to receive Developmental Services, you need to be Medicaid eligible. WCMHS can help you determine your Medicaid eligibility and will work with you to access the services you may need.

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Upcoming Events And News

WCMHS Job Fair Happening on August 11th from 4-7pm at our Children, Youth, & Family Services Building

Please come to our upcoming job fair and open house!   This will be held at 579 South Barre Rd in our Children, Youth & Family Services Building.  If you are interested in a career with us, we have job openings ranging from office work to support services, case management and much more.  If you have any questions, please call 229-1399 *735 or email Personnel@WCMHS.ORG.   Hope to see you there!  

Green Mountain Self-Advocate's Outreach Director and central Vermont resident Max Barrows honored by the White House as a "Champion of Change"

Max Barrows was recently honored with this amazing recognition.  Please visit GMSA's Facebook and website to learn more.  Regarding being chosen for this award, Max states "“It means a lot to have the work I do be recognized because it’s so important for people with disabilities to be included in every aspect of society. It’s so easy for a disability to be automatically viewed as a weakness, when really it’s the perception that society has on us! Being selected as a Champion of Change means that we have made so much progress in striving toward true inclusion. But, there still is a lot work to be done. This honor increases my role as a disability advocate across generations to speak to the fact that people with disabilities are equal, just like many other social justice movements!”

Wellness Collaborative's Garden receives generous donations to get gardening season started successfully!

Two generous donations from Cate Farm and Vermont Compost Company have made the early gardening season a great success for the Wellness Collaborative’s Garden.  Cate Farm donated a variety of wonderful starter plants to help the garden get a head start on our quick growing season.  Vermont Compost Company donated an entire yard of compost to ensure the soil in the garden is rich and ready for a prolific and healthy grow season.  The Wellness Garden is at the CCPS building and is utilized for Wellness Programming throughout the summer.  Participants get the opportunity to practice mindfulness while actively working in this health promoting environment.   Thanks to Cate Farm and Vermont Compost Company!

 

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