Lamoille County Services
Behavior Intervention Programs
- The Redwood Program (Lamoille County Mental Health) uses a collaborative model between local schools, families and LCMHS to provide a wrap of services benefiting the student across school, community and home settings.
Care Coordination for Children with Developmental Disabilities
- Bridge Program Care Coordination provides care coordination to assist families of children under the age of 22 who have developmental disabilities.
- Children’s Integrated Services (CIS)
- Early Intervention Autism Consultant Services provided in collaboration with Children’s Integrated Services’ State team, Vermont Family Network, Carol Andrew, and the Howard Center in Chittenden (Statewide)
- More Than Words ages birth – 5 (Statewide)
Education/School District/Supervisory Union
Agency of Vocational Rehabilitation
Independent and Alternative Schools
- Augmentative Learning and Movement Center/ ALMC (Morrisville)
- Buffalo Mountain School/ NFI (Hardwick)
- Laraway School Backpack Program (Johnson)
- College Steps Program partners with colleges and universities to support students of varying ability (e.g.,autism spectrum disorders (ASD), intellectual disabilities (ID), learning disabilities, etc.), ages 17-26, with their college pursuits.
- Mansfield Hall is a college program and residence for young adults who will benefit from a comprehensive academic, social, emotional, and vocational approach to higher education and transition.
- Next Steps Program is a youth transition program that provides employment and educational exploration experiences for high school seniors considering college or specific career tracks following high school graduation.
- SUCCEED Program (HowardCenter) in collaboration with The University of Vermont, offers SUCCEED, which provides comprehensive education, campus life, career development and student housing services to students with developmental disabilities.
- UVM/TPSID Think College is a small, innovative, inclusive, academic, social, and vocational program for students with intellectual disabilities seeking a college experience and is located at the University of Vermont.
Provider of Services
- Designated Agency /Lamoille County Mental Health Supports include service coordination/case management, home supports, employment services, community supports, family and respite supports, clinical interventions and crisis services.
- Specialized Support Agency/Sterling Services Inc. provides the following services: Housing and Home Support, Transportation, Community Support, Respite, Case Management, Employment, Clinical, Crisis, Personal Care and School Contracts.
- Smugglers Notch SNAP Program/”SNAP” is the Smugglers’ Notch Adaptive Program, and it provides year-round therapeutic recreation for individuals of all ages with cognitive and physical disabilities
- Codding Hollow Associates offers a collaborative team of professionals with expertise in Autism Spectrum Disorder and other severe learning or communication disabilities. They serve students in public or private schools from pre-school through age 22, and can provide adult services. The Team is designed to provide inter-disciplinary consultation, intervention and training delivered by a team of professionals with extensive training and experience in their chosen fields such as SLP, diagnostic evaluations, treatment planning and consultation to families and schools. They also offer summer learning camps on social communication. For more information contact Mary Asper or call 802-233-5714