Vermont womens health
When you arrive at the hospital, please identify yourself as our patient. All services are confidential and the first visit is free.
Education: We offer high school completion and 5 star-rated early childhood education programs, so that both mom and child can have a strong educational foundation.
Org/ Telephone volunteers speak with teens and young adults up to age 25 about coming-out issues, relationship concerns, parent issues, school problems, HIV/aids, anxiety and more.
Cancer American Cancer Soceity cancer.
Your insurance may require a Prior Authorization, which takes a minimum of 2 business days.
Call Vermont's Senior Helpline at (800) to get answers to your questions and help applying.
Services are confidential and include, (but are not limited to counseling, psychiatric services, consultations, short term crisis intervention, education for families related to emotional and behavioral challenges, evaluations, respite care, housing, assistance in obtaining disability benefits, help with finding and keeping employment, outreach and home-based. Womens Healthcare Service (obgyn ) The University of Vermont Medical Center 111 Colchester Avenue Burlington, Vermont 05401 (802) / (800) px Provides obgyn care. La Leche League of Maine and New Hampshire offers groups in Claremont and in the Upper Valley.
They support education, research, and other efforts to reduce stigma and discrimination against consumers of mental health services and their families. Org/ The National Eating Disorders Association (neda) advocates on behalf of and supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders. Box 4009 Burlington, VT (802) / lundvt.
Sometimes We Cannot Refill Your Medication You may be overdue for an appointment. VA Caregiver Support (855).gov/ VA Caregiver Support, a division of the United States Department of Veteran Affairs, provides a National Caregiver support Line ( ) and a resource and referral center to help caregivers and veterans.
Substance abuse treatment Alcoholics Anonymous in Vermont aavt. Residential Treatment: We provide residential treatment for substance abuse and mental health issues for pregnant and parenting women the only place in Vermont where moms can receive treatment while living with their children.
Nexplanon insertion: Implant placed in the upper arm for birth control (we also remove these) IUI (intrauterine insemination For infertility treatment Sonohysterogram : Procedure performed under ultrasound guidance allowing u/s visualization of the uterine lining Colposcopy with and without biopsies: Magnified visualization of the cervix with. Office Procedures, endometrial biopsy: Obtaining a tissue sample from the uterine lining. Brattleboro, VT 05301 (802) Upper Valley Turning Point at the Second Wind Foundation 200 Olcott.
20005 (202) / nwhn. Org/ppnne Offers confidential health services including: -Help enrolling in health insurance -Abortion services (at select sites only) -Birth Control on site, or by mail through BlueMail -Emergency Contraception (The Morning After Pill or Plan B) -HPV Hepatitis A B Immunizations -Cervical, Breast, Colorectal, and testicular.
Medicaid for the Aged, Blind or Disabled (mabd) - (800) Medicaid for individuals who are applying based on being age 65 or older, blind, or disabled. Box 754 Route 7 Middlebury, VT 05753 (802) / (800) achhh. Bi-State works with federal, state, and regional health policy organizations and policymakers, foundations, and payers to develop strategies, policies, and programs that promote and sustain community-based, primary health care services.
Org/ Hunger Free Vermont is an education and advocacy organization with the mission to end the injustice of hunger and malnutrition for all Vermonters.
These initiatives, along with our advocacy and public education efforts, identify and eliminate barriers to participation in state and federal nutrition programs and respond to gaps in services.