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24-Hour Teen Line

Teen Line's highly trained teen listeners provide support, resources and hope to any teen who is struggling.


Adult Protective Services

The mission of this program is to protect vulnerable adults whose health and welfare may be adversely affected by abuse, neglect or exploitation, raise public awareness of adult abuse issues, and educate mandatory reporters about their reporting responsibilities.

103 South Main Street
Waterbury, VT 05676


Child Abuse

If you suspect a child is being abused or neglected, call 1-800-649-5285 to report it — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 


Child Sexual Abuse

Children’s Crisis Line Services

Rutland Mental Health


Emergency 9-1-1

Ambulance, Fire, & Police


Human Trafficking Hotline

LGBTQ Crisis Hotline

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer


National Domestic Violence Hotline

Need Help Now? We're here for you.

Everyone deserves relationships free from domestic violence. When you're ready, we're here to listen with confidential support 24/7/365. Call or visit the website to text or chat.


National Runaway Hotline

New Story Center

The New Story Center is dedicated to assisting survivors of domestic and sexual violence. This includes prevention, education and outreach to the communities with the goal of preventing and decreasing incidences of further abuse. Services are confidential and free of charge. Offers assistance in establishing new residence, alcohol and substance abuse referrals, short term counseling and support, community referrals, legal advocacy, and community education. Sexual Violence Hotline: 800-489-7273 24-hour Hotline: 802-775-3232

92 Grove Street
Rutland, VT 05701


Pathways Vermont Support Line

The Pathways Vermont Support Line provides free, confidential support and connection for all Vermonters via phone and text 24/7 at (833) VT - TALKS / (833) 888-2557. The line is staffed by local peers who have been through challenging situations themselves and are available to listen and provide non-judgmental insight. We focus on supporting individuals who reach out for a wide range of reasons, from anger over a frustrating day, to feeling alone, to wanting support for substance use or processing medical concerns, or just wanting to chat.


Poison Control

If victim is not alert: call 9-1-1. The Northern New England Poison Center is your source for fast information and expert advice. Whether you’ve taken too much medicine, spilled a chemical on your skin or just have a question, we are here for you.


Rutland Mental Health Crisis Line Adults

The Health Crisis line has a 24 hour availability that can be used for any mental health crisis.

78 South Main Street
Rutland, VT 05701


Rutland Rape Crisis

Sexual Violence

Smoking Cessation, VT Quit Now

Suicide Hotline

Under Age Drinking Tip Line

Vermont Suicide Prevention Center

Zero Suicide Project

Zero Suicide, a project of the Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC), is a key concept of the 2012 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention and a priority of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention. The Vermont Department of Mental Health has chosen Zero Suicide as the framework for current state efforts in health care systems. As Vermont aligns its efforts with the National Strategy, the results and successes of this growing national initiative in communities around the country present an opportunity to have an immediate impact on the number of deaths by suicide. If you or someone you know is depressed or suicidal, and there is cause for immediate concern, there are a number of resources that can help: VTSPC also has an online resource directory for suicide prevention:

Center for Health and Learning
28 Vernon Street - Suite 319
Brattleboro, VT 05301


Veterans Crisis Line

24 hours a day.