Announcing Spring 2017 Community Education Series
First Call for Chittenden County
One team. One number. 802-488-7777
First Call for Children and Families is now First Call for Chittenden County. The 24/7/365 crisis program is for any Chittenden County resident who is experiencing a mental health crisis.
Clients with a developmental disability who are experiencing an after-hours crisis should call our on-call service as in the past.
We Couldn't Do it Without You!
Unable to get a team together this year? You can still support the event by making a general donation to the event.
Save the Date
Sponsored by Vermont Care Partners in association with the Vermont Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) Program at the University of Vermont College of Medicine. More info and registration . . .
Depression: Information and Resources
When is it more than just the blues?
While we all may experience depression throughout our lives, the extent and severity may vary greatly from person-to-person. How do we know when to seek help?
For information about depression and helpful resources, click here.
Introducing the Purple Legacy Society
Named after John Purple Howard and his sister Louisa, the Purple Legacy Society honors those who care deeply about the people served by Howard Center and want to make gifts of lasting value through bequests and other planned gifts.
We are grateful to these generous individuals for making Howard Center's mission part of their legacies and for insuring that the caring, helping hand we provide will continue to be there for people in need.
For more information on gift planning and the Purple Legacy Society, please contact Mike Glod, Senior Development and Communications Director, at 802.488.6905 or MGlod@howardcenter.org.
News and Events
September 08, 2016