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Your gift helps support families in so many ways. You can feel good knowing that you have helped a young mom struggling with recent changes:

“You have helped me in more ways than words can say. The problems and hardships I am having in life came so fast and I didn’t know who to go to or what to do. I was told about the help you have given to a dear friend of mine when she was having a life crisis. I called and you were so sympathetic and helpful to me and my 20-month-old daughter.”

Or a mother who shared the lasting impact of our support:
“My family will be forever grateful of the support and service we have had through the Lamoille Family Center. Thank you!”

Our staff members do so much to educate and support families through home, community and center- based services. They offer parenting classes, provide referrals to other services and help with emergency needs. But they couldn’t do it without your support. You are a critical link in our circle of caring.

Contributions can be made electronically, mailed, or delivered to our office at 480 Cady’s Falls Road Morrisville, Vermont 05661. If you have any questions or would like to discuss other opportunities to support the Lamoille Family Center, contact our Development Director at 888-5229 ext. 125 or click here to email her directly.

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Two free courses from LFC this fall

Family Center Offers Free 3-Session Parenting Class The Lamoille Family Center will offer a free parenting class Wednesdays, 9/12, 9/19, & 11/27 from 6:00-8:00pm at the Family Center. The course will use the book and video developed by Dr. Thomas Phalen on 1-2-3...

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