The following is a list of psychiatric faculties within the Mental Health System of Care.
Hospitals (For individuals who require acute inpatient care)
Intensive Residential (For individuals who no longer require acute inpatient care, but remain in need of treatment in a supportive recovery-oriented setting for an extended period of time)
Secure Residential (For individuals who no longer require acute inpatient care, but remain in need of treatment in a secure recovery-oriented setting for an extended period of time)
Crisis Beds (For individuals who are experiencing acute symptoms, but do not require inpatient care)
DMH System Inpatient Crisis and other Residential Capacity
Brattleboro Retreat - Brattleboro, VT (external link)
Provides specialized diagnosis and treatment services for a wide variety of mental health and addictions problems as well as high quality care for children, adolescents and adults in an environment that's safe, respectful and confidential.
Brattleboro Retreat Plan of Correction (July 2014)
Brattleboro Retreat Deficiencies Section A (April 18, 2013)
Brattleboro Retreat Deficiencies Section B (April 17, 2013)
Brattleboro Retreat CMS Deficiencies and POC (June 5, 2013)
Brattleboro Retreat Deficiencies POC (June 5, 2013)
CMS Acceptance Letter BR Plan of Action Address Medicare Deficiencies (September 10, 2013)
Brattleboro Retreat Termination Date Extension Letter (September 30, 2013)
CMS Resurvey Determination (November 7, 2013)
CON Implementation Report (March 27, 2014)
Physical Address: 75 Linden St Brattleboro, VT 05301
By Mail: Anna Marsh Lane P.O. Box 803 Brattleboro, VT 05302
Phone: (802) 258-3700 Toll free: 1-800-RETREAT Local: 1-802-257-7785 TTY: 1-802-258-3770
Vermont Psychiatric Care Hospital - Berlin, VT
Physical Address: 350 Fisher Road, Berlin, VT 05633-7901
Central Vermont Medical Center - Berlin, VT (external link)
Physical Address: 130 Fisher Rd Berlin, VT 05602
By Mail: P.O. Box 547 Barre, VT 05641
Phone: (802) 371-4100
Fletcher Allen Health Care - Burlington, VT (external Link)
Fletcher Allen provides expert care for mental health disorders and issues in a compassionate, welcoming environment. Their extensive mental health specialties range from outpatient counseling for children and adults and intensive partial hospitalization, to in-patient care for acute mental illness, and 24/7 crisis response services.
Address: Fletcher Allen Health Care Medical Center Campus 111 Colchester Avenue Burlington, VT 05401
Phone: (802) 847-0000 Toll free Phone Number: (800) 358-1144
GMPCC - Morrisville, VT
The Green Mountain Psychiatric Care Center is a 8-bed, Level 1, inpatient psychiatric unit. This facility is under the care and control of the Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Mental Health. It provides care and treatment for individuals experiencing all levels of acute psychiatric illness.
CON Implementation Report (March 27, 2014)
Plan of Correction in Response to CMS Statement of Deficiencies (February 28, 2014)
GMPCC Statement of Deficiencies (February 25, 2014)
Plan of Correction in Response to CMS Statement of Deficiencies (January 29, 2014)
Acknowledgement Letter from DAIL regarding POC (January 8, 2014)
CMS Statement of Deficiencies (December 17, 2013)
CMS POC Cover Letter (December 26, 2013
Final Version of POC to CMS (December 26, 2013)
Joint Commission Letter Confirming Unannounced Survey (August 29, 2013)
Joint Commission Accreditation Letter (August 29, 2013)
Joint Commission Survey Report (July 2013)
Address: 72 Harrell Street Morrisville, VT 05661
Phone: (802) 888-6770
Rutland Regional Medical Center - Rutland, VT (external link)
The biggest community hospital in Vermont and the second largest hospital in the state, Rutland Regional Medical Center has been providing high quality healthcare to the Rutland Region for more than 100 years.
CON Implementation Report (March 27, 2014)
Rutland Recovery Residence Certificate of Approval Application June 27, 2012 - Vermont Southern Alliance for Community Care, LLC (VSACC), a collaboration between Rutland Mental Health, HCRS, and United Counseling Services, has submitted a Certificate of Approval application for a 4-bed staff secure Level III residence located in the Rutland area. The application is currently under review by staff from the Department of Mental health and the Department of Aging and Independent Living.
Address: 160 Allen Street Rutland, VT 05701
Phone: (802) 775-7111
Windham Center - Bellows Falls, VT (external link)
Inpatient mental health services are provided at The Windham Center, an inpatient unit that provides mental health services to residents of Windham and Windsor Counties and other communities. Programs offer treatment for men and women who are over 18 years of age and include inpatient care as well as group therapy.
Address: 1 Health Center of Bellows Falls, 1 Hospital Court, Bellows Falls, VT 05101
Phone Inpatient Services: (802) 463-1346 Outpatient Services: (802) 463-1292
Collaborative Solutions Corporation (CSC)/ Washington County Mental Health Services – 8 Bed Recovery Residence – Westford
Second Spring maintains two facilities: Second Spring South - our original facility, a fully reconditioned 14-bedroom farmhouse/inn situated on 45 beautiful acres in the quiet, rural town of Williamstown, VT. Second Spring North - our newest facility with an anticipated opening in May 2013, Second Spring North is located in Westford Vermont. The facility is an 8-bedroom reconditioned inn located on ten secluded acres.
Our newest facility with an anticipated opening in May 2013, Second Spring North is located in Westford Vermont. The facility is an 8-bedroom reconditioned inn located on ten secluded acres.
In both our facilities, each of our residents enjoys his or her own private room with bath, use of our spacious fire-placed common areas, outdoor porch with views across miles of fields, farmland, and distant hills, and beautifully maintained grounds, walkways and paths.
Life at Second Spring – by design – is home and community centered, providing residents the opportunity to work with one another, connect with one another, and begin the transition back to meaningful and productive living in their home communities.
Second Spring offers a complete clinical treatment program for all residents and helps each resident to develop an individualized treatment plan to address their personal needs and goals. Please visit our website for a more detailed description of our programming and facilities at www.secondspring.org.
Address: 1071 VT Route 15 Westford, VT 05494
Rutland Mental Health Services - Intensive Residential Beds - Rutland, VT (external link)
Physical Address: 78 South Main Street, Rutland, VT 05701
By Mail: P.O. Box 222, Rutland, VT 05701
Phone: (802) 775-7381
Second Spring - Williamstown, VT (external link)
The mission of Second Spring is to provide residents a community that offers mutual respect and safety with a goal of recovery. It is the belief of Second Spring that each and every person can live a meaningful and productive life. By providing treatment, opportunities, support and a nurturing environment, staff will work together with residents to become part of the larger community outside of the hospital setting. Second Spring will strive to assist all individuals to grow, thrive, and heal from emotional distress, illness or injury.
Address: 185 Clark Road Williamstown, VT 05679
Phone: (802) 433-6183
Soteria will be a five-bed residence located in Chittenden County that offers a supportive environment for individuals going through an early experience of psychosis that practices a cautious and limited use of psychoactive medications. Its primary service will be interpersonal relationship-building in a safe, flexible, empowering, and homelike environment. Additionally, Soteria Vermont will offer opportunities for naturopathic consultation, psychiatric consultation, education about holistic wellness practices and access to creative tools and skill development. While staying at Soteria, individuals will be supported in continuing or developing social roles in the community including occupational, educational and other social pursuits. The average length of stay is anticipated to be three to four months, although it is possible that stays could be shorter or longer based on an individual’s circumstances. Soteria Vermont is targeted to open in January 2014.
Certificate of Need (March 18, 2014)
Statement of Decision (March 18, 2014)
For more information please visit www.pathwaysvermont.org/Soteria.html
Hilltop House - Westminster, VT (external link)
Hilltop House is a residential facility designed to support young adults experiencing a first episode of mental illness in their journey to recovery.
Address: 94 Westminster Terrace, Westminster VT 05158
Phone: (802) 886-4567
Meadowview - Brattleboro, VT (external link)
Meadowview Recovery Residence is a 6-bed, staff secure treatment center for individuals needing treatment in order to successfully reintegrate back into a community setting.
Address: 330 Linden Street, Brattleboro, VT 05301
For more information, please contact Emily Megas-Russell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Middlesex Therapeutic Community Residence (MTCR) - Middlesex, VT
The Middlesex Therapeutic Community Residence (MTCR) is a secure residential facility designed to provide a community-based aftercare option for people who are ready to discharge from a psychiatric hospital but still require considerable support in their recovery process. MTCR is currently operating at full capacity with seven residents. All of the residents at MTCR are encouraged to collaborate with their treatment team in creating a strengths-based, recovery focused plan of support to address their unique challenges and interests. Available treatment options include individual psychotherapy, psychiatric care, personalized WRAP planning, substance use counseling, and regularly scheduled group programming designed to help residents develop and implement skills that will help them become functioning members of their community. Residents are also encouraged to participate in supervised community outings during which they have a chance to apply learned skills such as effective communication, money management, and making healthy food choices. Community outings also help to broaden residents’ exposure to healthy recreational activities, and include trips to local museums and nature walks. Meaning, purpose, and hope are instilled through individualized community reintegration activities such as participating in volunteer work, pursuing educational opportunities, and honing job readiness skills. Treatment coordinators at MTCR work closely with residents, their families, designated agencies, and other community partners to ensure that the discharge process happens in an efficient but planful way thus ensuring that residents have every opportunity to continue meeting success on their path to recovery.
By utilizing a trauma informed, recovery based model, it is this program’s goal to offer people a safe environment in which to work with professional staff and peers to learn about themselves and how to effectively interact in their world. For specific information or questions please contact Deb Olivetti at Debra.Olivetti@state.vt.us.
Physical Address: 1076 US Route 2, Montpelier, VT 05602
By Mail: DMH-MTCR, 1076 US Route 2, Montpelier, VT 05633-7801
Phone: (802) 828-5800
Visiting Hours: 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
CON Implementation Report MTCR Docket 11-106-H (June 11, 2014)
CON MTCR Dockett 11-106 (April 24, 2014)
Amendment to Certificate of Need (August 19, 2013)
TCR License Application for Middlesex Secure Residential Program (March 22, 2013)
Bed Board Fact Sheet - The Vermont Department of Mental Health has developed an Electronic Bed Board System. This system will replace the daily phone calls that DMH Admissions makes to each facility and the distribution of the daily census spreadsheets. With the Electronic Bed Board System, each facility will update their bed availability in real time. Those in need of available beds will be able to search based on bed type and location. To access the Bed Board please refer to the following instructions Bed Board Fact Sheet.
Alyssum (2 Beds) - North Rochester, VT (external link)
Alternative peer hosted crisis respite for hospital diversion. NO medical staff. There is a two week stay limit.
Address: 927 Route 100, North Rochester, VT 05767
Phone: (802) 767-6000 Fax: (802)767-6001
Alternatives (6 Beds) - Springfield, VT
6 bed staff secure subacute psychiatric residence
Address: 10 Lincoln Street, Springfield, VT 05156
Phone: (802) 885-7280 Fax: 802-885-2683
Assist HC (6 Beds) - Burlington, VT (external link)
Unsecured 24-hr in-patient crisis stabilization & hospital diversion program for adults with chronic mental health disorders
Physical Address: 300 Flynn Avenue, Burlington, VT 05401
By Mail: 851 Pine Street, Burlington, VT 05401
Phone: (802) 488-6412 Fax: (802) 488-6421
Battelle House UCS (6 beds) - Bennington, VT (external link)
Case Management, Individual and Group Therapy, Vocational Coordination, Housing Coordination, Community Support, and Medication Management
Address: 248 Dewey Street, Bennington, VT 05201
Phone and Contact Person Information Sherry Hathaway 802-442-5491 email@example.com
Bayview NCSS (2 Beds) - St. Albans, VT (external link)
24/7 crisis bed program
Physical Address: 107 Fisher Pond Road, St. Albans, VT 05478
By Mail: 6 Home Health Circle, St. Albans, VT 05478
Phone: (802) 393-6437 Toll free: (800) 834-7793 Fax: (802) 524-3894
Care Beds (2 Bed) - St. Johnsbury, VT (external link)
A voluntary 2 bed community based crisis stabilization program. It is supervised 24/7 to prevent hospitalization & to offer short-term care with clinical support.
Physical Address: 18 Cabin 26, St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
By Mail: P.O. Box 368, St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
Phone: (802) 748-6960 or (802) 748-6961 Toll free: (800) 649-0118 Fax: (802) 748-6962
Chris’ Place (1 Bed) - Randolph, VT (external link)
24-hour staffed crisis diversion bed; potential guests are reviewed by Clara Martin Center (CMC) emergency screeners to determine eligibility CMC.
Physical Address: 24 Main Street, Randolph, VT 05060
By Mail: P.O. Box G, Randolph, VT 05060
Phone: (802) 728-4466 (Emergency Screeners): (802) 728-4928 Toll free: (800) 639-6360 Fax: (802) 728-4197
Home Intervention (5 Beds) - Barre, VT (external link)
Home Intervention is a crisis bed program which serves adults with acute psychiatric symptoms & is used as a diversion from inpatient psychiatric hospitalization. It also facilitates a rapid return to ongoing supports in the community through hospital step downs
Address: 13 Kynoch Avenue, Barre, VT 05641
Phone: (802) 479-1339 Fax: (802) 479-4090
Oasis (2 Bed) - Morrisville, VT
Hospital diversion, crisis stabilization unit. All referrals go through LMHS Mobile Crisis Team
Address: 520 Washington Highway, Morrisville, VT 05661
Phone: (802) 888-5026 M-F: 8:00 AM to 4:30: PM
Copley Switchboard to page on-call clinician evenings and weekends Phone: (802) 888-4231
CSID RMHS (4 beds) - Rutland, VT (external link)
Crisis Stabilization and Inpatient Diversion Program (CSID) for short term crisis stabilization, this was a two bed but has expanded to four beds, for adults experiencing acute psychiatric episode, living in Vermont.
Physical Address: 10 Merchants Row, Rutland, VT 05701
By Mail: P. O. Box 222, Rutland,VT 05701
Phone: (802) 747-3587 Toll free: (877) 430-2273 Fax: (802) 773-7662
Robinson House (1 Bed) - Middlebury, VT
Crisis bed provides 24-hour supervision with 24-hour access to psychiatric team. No medical care
Physical Address: 290 Route 7, North Middlebury, VT 05769
By Mail: 89 Main Street, Middlebury, VT 05753
Contact Information: Annette Armstrong (802) 388-6754 Fax: 802-388-3108
Second Spring - Williamstown, VT (external link)
For referrals to the crisis/diversion program, please contact the RN on duty at 802-433-6183
Address: 118 Clark Road, Williamstown,VT 05679
Phone: (802) 433-6183 Fax: (802) 433-6133