Health and Development
|Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Birthing Center- In addition to supporting families during the birthing process, the birthing center offers prenatal and postpartum classes/support groups for expecting and new parents including: Lamaze, Healthy Baby Programs and the New Moms Network.
|Children’s Integrated Services (CIS)- Early Intervention- provides support to children 0-3, with a developmental delay, and their families (Winston Prouty)
Nursing- support during pregnancy and with children up to age 5 and their families (Winston Prouty)
Early Childhood & Family Mental Health- support for children and their families up to age 6 (HCRS)
|Department of Vermont Health Access– This is who you need to contact if you have questions about health insurance options.|
|Essential Early Education (EEE)- EEE is special education and related services for children 3-5. Each Supervisory union within Windham County has an EEE program.
|Health Care and Rehabilitation Services (HCRS)- provides a variety of mental health services for adults and children.
|Help Me Grow- a program of 2-1-1, specifically helps families with questions about children’s behavior and development.
|Vermont Department of Health- programs include:
WIC (Women, Infants and Children), Children with Special Health Needs, Information and resources on many topics including: immunizations, obesity prevention, environmental health, oral health, tobacco, breastfeeding and substance abuse and treatment.