Mental Health Services Available for Vermonters Impacted by Flooding

For Immediate Release: June 3, 2011
Media Contact: Communication Office
Vermont Department of Health

MONTPELIER – Washington County Mental Health Services, Inc. in Montpelier and Northwest Counseling & Support Services in St. Albans are offering mental health services and emotional support for Vermonters impacted by flooding.

“Recovering from a flood and working on the cleanup can be stressful, and services are available in Vermont,” said Mary Moulton, director of Intensive Care Services for Washington County Mental Health.

Washington County Mental Health can be reached at 802-229-0591. Residents in Franklin and Grand Isle County can call Northwest Counseling & Support Services in St. Albans at 802-524-6554. Or dial 2-1-1 for referral to these and other human services and information.


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