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Vermont Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health Services
Divison of Mental Health – Department of Health
The Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health treatment system is organized around five core capacity services that are available separately or in combination for a youth and their family, depending on their desires and needs. Core Capacity Services Include: Immediate Reponse: for children and adolescents who are experiencing a mental health crisis and their families; Clinic-Based Treatment: services that are provided within a clinic and are available during daytime and evening hours for school-age children and/or when families can easily access them; Outreach Treatment: services that are available in the home, school, and general community settings; Family Support: for parents and caregivers to help with guidance, support, and skill to cope with a difficult-to-care-for child. These services are offered in partnership with parents and consumer advocates. Prevention, Screening, Referral and Community Consultation: prevention efforts focus on promoting healthy lifestyles and healthy communities for all youth and families.