If you’re unsure of who to call, you can contact these places.
They can help direct you to where you need to go.
|Early Education Services (EES)
EES is the Parent Child Center for the Southeastern region of Vermont. EES programs include: Early Head Start and Head Start classrooms (Brattleboro and Westminster), Early Head Start Home Visitors, Welcome Baby, playgroups, parent education and support groups, information and referral, and the Fatherhood Program.
|Vermont 2-1-1/Help Me Grow 2-1-1 is a great way to get information on resources and can be dialed from anywhere in Vermont. Help Me Grow, a program of 2-1-1, specifically helps with questions about children’s behavior and development.
|Vermont Agency of Human Services Multiple departments (including the Health Dept. and Dept. for Children and Families) that have programs for families with young children.
|Winston Prouty Center for Child and Family Development
Offers many programs for families with young children including: Early Learning
Center, Children’s Integrated Services, Family Supportive Housing Program, parent
education classes/support groups, and child care assistance and referral.
|Parent Education Classes and Support Groups in the Brattleboro AHS District|
|Parenting in Your Pocket Reference Guide for Parents (Read the guide)|
|“Engaging Fathers” video about the EES Fatherhood Program|