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Mental Health Counseling

Elder Care Clinicians support seniors with mental health concerns that interfere with daily life. They provide private counseling to elders in their own homes who are coping with issues of:

  • depression
  • grief
  • anxiety
  • adjustment to changes
  • substance abuse
  • dementia
  • or other mental health concerns

Elder Care Clinicians work closely with CVCOA case managers for assessment and assistance with seniors dealing with self-neglect issues.

CVCOA collaborates with Washington County Mental Health to provide these services. Call the Senior Helpline at 1-800-642-5119 for more information.

Local Community Resources:

Lamoille County:

  • Morrisville Family Health Center – 802-888-6000
  • Stowe Family Practice – 802-253-4853

Washington County:

  • The Health Center (Plainfield) – 802-454-8336

Orange County:

  • Little Rivers Health Care
  • Bradford Health Services – 802-222-5562
  • Valley Health Center – 802-439-5201
  • Wells River Clinic – 802-757-2325

For a list of all federally qualified health centers in Vermont, click here.

Other Resources:


How Therapy Can Help in the Golden Years - NY Times


Depression – causes, treatment and prevention information from the National Institute on Aging

Coalition on Substance Abuse and Older Vermonters - promotes public awareness and provides resources for addressing the needs of older adults and their families affected by substance abuse and resulting issues.