Northeast Kingdom Human Services, Inc.

Address: 154 Duchess Avenue, PO Box 724
Newport, VT 05855
Phone: (802) 334-6744 Fax: (802) 3347455 Website:


"The Mission of NKHS is to enrich communities and enhance the ability of individuals and families to improve their lives.
NKHS provides responsive and efficient community-based, consumer-sensitive, mental health, substance abuse, and developmental services to the residents of the Northeast Kingdom.  NKHS provides these services around the clock to residents of the Northeast Kingdom through contracts with the State of Vermont.  The agency’s staff of professional is dedicated to helping people recover from devastating mental illness and alcohol and drug abuse.  NKHS professionals also help people with developmental disabilities to lead normal likes and to be contributing members of their communities. The agency also serves schools, businesses and individuals independently of the State of Vermont. We encourage consumers to know their rights, to ask questions and make suggestions about their treatment or their family member's treatment. In the event you are not satisfied with your treatment or the services you are receiving, we urge you, your family, or an advocate of your choice to contact us. We have instituted a grievance procedure in the event you are dissatisfied. The procedure will be given to you during registration. It is also available at each of our reception desks. We are committed to providing the best service we can within our financial and human resources. Your participation in this effort will always be welcome. You have the right to be treated with courtesy, respect and dignity. You have the right to privacy. We hold all your personal information confidential within the Agency. This information cannot be divulged to anyone not involved in your care without your express written consent. There are several exceptions to this rule as required by Vermont law."
FITP Phone: 802-748-6609
FITP Fax: 802-751-8071
Jackie Sprague (Early Interventionist):
Debbie Manning (Medical Social Worker):
Nancy Chadwick (Early Interventionist):

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