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CENTRALIZED ACCESS POINT

 

The HMG VT contact center at Vermont

2-1-1 is the go-to place for families, child health care providers, and other professionals seeking information, support and referrals for prenatal parents and families with children through age 8. Trained HMG Child Development Specialists:

 

  • Answer parent and caregivers’ questions about their children's development and behavior
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  • Connect families to developmental resources and services in their communities — like Children's Integrated Services
  •  
  • Provide families with tools to track developmental milestones
  •  
  • Offer care coordination among multiple service delivery systems
  •  
  • Maintain a comprehensive, easily searchable, up-to-date resource database
  •  
  • Provide interpretation services along with translated materials
  •  

MEET OUR CENTRALIZED

ACCESS POINT TEAM

TEXT "HMGVT"

TO 898211

Help Me Grow Vermont

Vermont Department of Health

PO Box 70

 Burlington, VT  05402-0070

802-863-7333

info@helpmegrowvt.org

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The HMG VT contact center at Vermont 2-1-1 is the go-to place for families, child health care providers, and other professionals seeking information, support and referrals for prenatal parents and families with children through age 8. Trained HMG Child Development Specialists:

 

  • Answer parent and caregivers’ questions about their children's development and behavior
  •  
  • Connect families to developmental resources and services in their communities — like Children's Integrated Services
  •  
  • Provide families with tools to track developmental milestones
  •  
  • Offer care coordination among multiple service delivery systems
  •  
  • Maintain a comprehensive, easily searchable, up-to-date resource database
  •  
  • Provide interpretation services along with translated materials
  •