Empowering people to reach their potential.

Our mission is to provide creative, collaborative, and compassionate health care services that are responsive to the needs of our communities.

Need urgent help? Call our 24/7 crisis line Mobile Crisis responders

Want to make an appointment? Call one of our regional offices


Need support, but not an HCRS client? Care Coordination services are for everyone

Care Coordination services are available to anyone and everyone. If you are in need of housing, food, transportation, substance use services, or other resources, please click the button on the left or scan the QR code for help. You do not need to be a client of HCRS to receive care.

We envision a community where people are inspired, empowered, and supported to lead healthy and meaningful lives.

We provide mental health, substance use, and developmental disability services with kindness, empathy, and compassion. Our respectful and caring services are provided in a wide variety of locations across Windham and Windsor counties

How we can help

Crisis Services

Specially trained mental health professionals are available 24/7 for emergencies involving adults, children, or families. The Crisis Team provides crisis stabilization, in person response, counseling, referrals, screening, and disaster response.

Children, Youth & Families

The Children’s Program offers comprehensive services for young children and youth experiencing emotional, behavioral, or substance use difficulties, as well as education and support for their family members.

Adult Services

The Adult Program helps individuals who are experiencing mental health and/or substance use difficulties. Staff provide individual, group, couples, and family counseling and community outreach through a variety of outpatient services.

Developmental Services

The DS Program provides support for people with developmental disabilities, with the goal of preserving the family/community component of care and ensuring that individuals have opportunities and freedom of choice in all aspects of their lives.

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Our Locations

HCRS serves over 4000 people every year across southeastern Vermont. We have 18 locations from Hartford to Brattleboro. Our headquarters is located in Springfield. You’ll also find our staff supporting service recipients in schools, at their worksite, from other community organizations, and within people’s homes.

Everyone is welcome here

HCRS believes strongly in inclusivity and acceptance. All people are welcome here. We invite you to reach out for services or to apply for an open position. We look forward to hearing from you.

Kindle Farm School

Kindle Farm School is a special place. At Kindle, we believe that every child can succeed in school when given the opportunity to discover individual interests and personal passions. Click below to learn how Kindle makes a difference for students every day.

careers at hcrs

join the HCRS team!

You will have the opportunity to use your creativity, teamwork, and passion for people by making strong connections, building meaningful relationships, and making a difference in people’s lives.

HCRS offers competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefit package, and great perks including flexible scheduling, computer loans, and a terrific wellness program.

Become a Shared Living Provider: Make a Difference from Home

Are you passionate about making a positive impact in someone’s life? Consider opening your home to an individual in need and becoming a Shared Living Provider. These contracted positions are available to people who are willing to provide individualized care for someone with a developmental or intellectual disability. By offering a supportive and nurturing environment within your own home, you can help enhance the quality of life for those in need.

For more information about becoming a Shared Living Provider, please send an email to slp_group@hcrs.org.

For More Information About Accessing Services, call toll-free:

  • Springfield area: (855) 220-9429
  • Brattleboro area: (855) 220-9428
  • Hartford area: (855) 220-9430

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