Howard Center is a member of BHN/VT, Inc., a membership organization of community mental health agencies and providers throughout the state of Vermont.
The mission of the Burlington Supportive Housing Initiatives, Inc. is to strengthen the Chittenden County community by supporting affordable housing opportunities and helping low-income people living in subsidized housing improve their quality of life through personal and economic self-sufficiency. Program activities focus on the needs of low-income housing communities and programs operated or assisted by the Burlington Housing Authority (BHA).
CVSAS is the designated substance abuse service agency providing effective alcohol and other drug outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment services for the Greater Washington County area. CVSAS offers services for adults and adolescents and their families.
Second Spring is a licensed, residential treatment facility dedicated to helping its residents develop and implement personal recovery plans that will help them become independent, contributing members of their communities.
The official website of FEMA contains information on preparing for disasters and how to apply for aid if affected
GRACE is a community arts organization that has worked with Howard Center for many years providing weekly art workshops and exhibits.
The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Vermont's website contains information on mental illness.
The National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice was founded to promote awareness of the mental health needs of youth in contact with the juvenile justice system, and to help the field develop improved policies and practices to respond to these youth based on the best available research and practice.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse website contains helpful information about drug addiction, recovery, and prevention.
NEIAS is dedicated to the education of professionals, volunteers, and the general public concerning alcohol and drug prevention and treatment issues.
The Students FIRST Project is a county-wide collaboration of schools, families, mental health and other child serving systems working together to ensure that all Chittenden County children, youth, and their families have the social and emotional supports and services they need for healthy development and school success.
Part of the mission of the United Way of Chittenden County is "to build a stronger Chittenden County by mobilizing our community to improve people's lives." Howard Center is a United Way agency. Please support The United Way.
The Vermont Agency of Human Services website includes a broad listing of a wide variety of human services—from elder care to heating assistance and beyond. It also contains listings for Howard Center programs.
The VMAH website contains program and event information, a resource guide, and a list of member organizations.
The Vermont Council of Developmental and Mental Health Services works to promote a statewide, non-profit system of developmental and behavioral health care for people with developmental disabilities; serious and persistent mental illness; substance abuse; and children experiencing severe emotional disturbance, as well as their families.
The Vermont Department of Health website includes a listing of health service providers and other health information for Vermont.
The Vermont Department of Labor provides services that assist businesses, workers and job seekers.
The Vermont Department of Mental Health website includes information about mental health services and resources within Vermont.
A Virtual Community is a joint effort of AdCare Educational Institute and The New England Institute of Addiction Studies. Both organizations are dedicated to providing services to those working in the field of substance abuse and other allied professionals, as well as to those affected by substance abuse.
Washington County Mental Health Services, Inc. is a comprehensive community mental health center. WCMHS is one of ten agencies designated by Vermont Statute to assure that a comprehensive range of services are available for adults with mental illness, children and adolescents with serious emotional disturbances, and people with developmental disabilities.