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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.
Upcoming Events And News
The President has proclaimed that May is National Mental Health Awareness Month
May is National Mental Health Awareness Month. Please click here for information about the President's Proclamation. Please click here for more information about Mental Health Care, Wellness, and challenging stigma.
WCMHS Center for Counseling and Psychological Services to offer Grief and Bereavement Group for children and teens
A new and unique group is being offered for children/youth ages 6-18 who have experienced the loss of a loved one. The group will offer both psychoeducational information and an opportunity for youth to connect with peers who have experienced similar losses. If you are a teen or know a teen who may be interested, please click here for more teen specific information.
WCMHS Random Rescue Group for teenagers 13-18 who are interested in working with rescue dogs has summer session openings!
Random Rescue is a group that volunteers with rescue dogs in Williamstown. The group is set up for teenagers ages 13-18. All participants must meet with the group leaders prior to joining the group to ensure a good fit for all involved. The Random Rescue Group has 2 new summer sessions starting June 1st and June 18th. Please click here for an application.
Vermont Cooperative for Practice Improvement and Innovation (VCPI) to offer Open Dialogue training in Rutland on June 10th
VCPI is offering a one day training on Open Dialogue, a network based approach to psychiatric care that emphasizes listening and collaboration and uses professional knowledge with a "light-touch"-rather than relying solely on medication and hospitilazation. The workshop will be facilitated by Dr. Jaakko Seiddula of Finland and Dr. Mary Olson of the Dialogic Practice Institute. Please click here for more information.
WCMHS Executive Director Mary Moulton interviewed by the POINT radio station!
Mary Moulton was recently interviewed by Lynne Cardoza on the POINT'S weekly Sunday news show, Viewpoint. Please click directly below on the audio player to listen to this excellent interview. (You may need to allow the Quicktime app to run on your computer in order to have the audio player button show up)
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