24/7 Crisis Hotline: 802-775-1000

Adult Mental Health Services

Behavioral Health Services

The Adult Mental Health Division of Rutland Mental Health Services offers a variety of programs and services which are designed to assist people in improving the quality of their lives. We encourage and support each individual to identify and attain his/her personal goals.

We empower individuals to grow and gain greater independence, providing support that empowers individuals to:

• develop meaningful and mutually supportive relationships
• work or engage in meaningful activities
• live where they want to live
• be active participants in the community in which they reside.

With the consent of the person served, we invite and encourage families to participate in the assessment and treatment process.

Outpatient Mental Health Services

Outpatient individual and group therapy that help adults with mental health needs.

We provide support that empowers individuals to develop meaningful and mutually supportive relationships, work or engage in meaningful activity,  be active participants in their communities. 

  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Case Management services available.
  • Integrated Clinical Case Management
  • Welcome Home

Community Rehabilitation & Treatment Program

Recovery from serious and persistent mental illness and co-occurring disorders is a life-long process.

The Community Rehabilitation and Treatment Program (CRT) supports individuals through this process with a wide range of services. 


Older adults can be at risk for mental health problems, impacting their quality of life and making existing health problems difficult to manage. Eldercare support at Community Care Network provides outreach mental health services to elders, including assessment and case management.

We aim to ensure older adults can access the help they need for mental and emotional distress. Additionally, we offer in-home substance use disorder counseling and caregiver support.