Adult Mental Health
Community Support Programs
Community Support Programs (CSP) serve adults diagnosed with a major mental illness. An evaluation by a psychiatrist determines if a person meets the states requirements for our services. All services in CSP (case management, residential, counseling, vocational services, and medication supports) are based on the same eligibility requirements set by the State of Vermont. For eligibility information, call 802.488.6208.
Career Connections is a vocational program for adults (ages 18 years and older) in Chittenden County who have been diagnosed with a major mental illness and have a desire to pursue employment. Individuals may have a co-existing substance abuse diagnosis and/or legal issues. Admission into the employment program is based solely on being enrolled in the Community Support Program and having the desire to work. For eligibility information, call 802.488.6208.
Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment Program (CODTP)
Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment Program (CODTP) is an outpatient program that provides fully integrated treatment to individuals with persistent mental illness, substance use disorders, and past or present correctional involvement, who are at high risk for relapse.
Residential Programs are available for clients who need support to live independently. We provide a wide range of residential and housing options with varied levels of supervision and staffing, based on an individual's needs. Some programs have staff present 24/7, and others have staff support on a part-time basis.
Westview House is a psychosocial and recovery clubhouse located in Burlington serving adults (ages 18 years and older) in Chittenden County who have been diagnosed with a major mental illness.
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