Copley Hospital is central to health, wellness and well-being in our community. They offer regular birthing classes as well as community events and programs, wellness coaching and healthy living workshops. Their website has a calendar of their classes and events. They also maintain a list of national and community resources.
Head Start and Early Head Start is a free national program providing families and children quality educational opportunities since 1965. Head Start and Early Head Start provide comprehensive, family centered services for parents and children, with resources and referrals in the areas of health, nutrition, community resources and family support.
- Lamoille County call 888-4993 or go to Capstone Community Action
- Hardwick, Craftsbury, Greensboro, and Stannard call 1-800-575-5322 or go to Northeast Kingdom Community Action
Healthy Lamoille Valley is a coalition of community organizations and individuals working collaboratively to make healthy choices, easy choices for residents of Lamoille Valley. Their informative website has information on healthy choices, treatment and recovery, alcohol, prescription drugs, smoking and suicide for parents, caregivers, adults, teens and youth.
Lamoille County Special Investigation Unit is a multi-disciplinary task force created to conduct criminal investigations and provide victim services in response to reports of child sexual abuse, sexual offenses, domestic assault, serious child physical abuse, as well as abuse of vulnerable adults and the elderly in Lamoille County.
Women, Infant & Children (WIC) is the special supplemental nutrition program for Women Infant & Children & is for pregnant & breastfeeding women, new mothers and children up to age 5. WIC delivers healthy foods to your door like milk, juice, cereal, eggs & cheese. Or call the Morrisville office 888-7447.
In the News
August marks National Breastfeeding Awareness month. Editor’s note: This commentary is by Chloe Learey, executive director of the Winston Prouty Center for Child and Family Development in Brattleboro, and a member of the Building Bright Futures State Advisory Council....read more
Lamoille Family Center Wins Turrell Fund S. Whitney Landon Award A check for $25,000 was presented at the Turrell Fund Day for Children (Shelburne, Vermont, June 12, 2018…) The Turrell Fund presented its 23rd annual S. Whitney Landon Award to the Lamoille Family...read more