As of 9/1/23, Centerpoint Adolescent Treatment Services, including Centerpoint School and Centerpoint Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services, is closed.
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Centerpoint draws upon a mix of state, federal, insurance, grant funds, and private donations to support our work with students, clients, and their families.
We also rely on partnerships with a number of community organizations and businesses. Our community partners provide in-kind donations and financial support – and they also provide mentorships, internships, applied educational experiences, and supported employment opportunities for our young people. Whether on a farm, in a professional kitchen, at an automotive repair shop, through a local art museum, with our local colleges and universities, on a ski mountain, at a radio station, or with a local rescue squad, our community partnerships help to enrich the lives of our young people while also helping them to establish vital community connections. And, each year our partners are recognized through our Spirit of the Community Awards at our annual Centerpoint School Transition Ceremonies.
Interested in becoming a community partner with Centerpoint? Click here to get in touch and learn more.
Would you like to make a donation?
All in-kind, financial, memorial, and planned gifts directly benefit the young people and families served at Centerpoint. Financial donations can be made to Centerpoint Adolescent Treatment Services at the South Burlington address below, or via Paypal through our NFI Vermont host account by clicking here or by clicking the donate button above. To learn how your donation will be used, contact Centerpoint Director Mitch Barron at 802-488-7721 or email@example.com.