Pathways Vermont remains open and committed to ensuring that we continue to provide vital care to our service recipients. Our services are considered “essential” by the state of Vermont. Our team members continue to tirelessly serve our communities in this time of need by finding new, innovative ways to connect. Please contact us with any questions or to learn how you can contribute to our work at 888-492-8218 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see below information on adaptations our teams have made to continue service provision.
- In collaboration with our partner organizations at Alyssum, Vermont Psychiatric Survivors and Another Way, The Pathways Vermont Support Line (833 VT-TALKS) has expanded our hours to provide 24/7 coverage during this crisis!
- Our operators are standing by and ready to take your calls.
- Many Vermonters are experiencing uncertainty, anxiety and loneliness and our team is skilled in discussing challenges and making connections.
Housing First (including our Veteran Family Program)
- Our teams continue to connect and engage with service recipients using phone and video formats. Supports include:
- Service coordination
- Drug and alcohol services
- Employment support
- Psychiatry and nursing care
- Representative payee services
- Teams have assessed individual vulnerabilities and needs and continue to cater our services to ensure individuals have sufficient access to food, prescriptions, online communities, education and entertainment for children, mental health and substance abuse groups, and many other resources.
- We are dedicated to serving all our clients and ensuring we disseminate best practices to stay safe and healthy.
- The Community Center is closed at this time.
- We will be following direction from state and local authorities and will resume normal operations and services as soon as possible.
- Online groups will start the week of March 30th as well. Follow us on Facebook for details and instructions to join.
- We remain open, are implementing infection control measures, and have developed a contingency plan.
- We are accepting referrals; admissions may be delayed, but we plan to keep our house full.
- We are following direction from our licensing agency, the Vermont Department of Mental Health and medical practitioners.
Thank you! It is very grounding knowing that our community has our back. We have received many heartening messages of support, concern, and love during this trying time! We continue to provide updates on our website as this situation progresses.