Hannah’s House is a nonprofit, mental health resource center with offices in Waitsfield and Waterbury, Vermont. Hannah’s House promotes mental health for children, teens, adults and families by providing local access to high quality counseling, community outreach through education, and financial assistance for psychotherapy. Hannah’s House is a 501 (c) (3) tax exempt organization funded entirely by donations and grants from the community, businesses, organizations and foundations.
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We lend Verilux Happy Lights out to community members who may be experiencing Seasonal Affective Disorder. This is a free resource provided by our generous donor funds.
Every Monday at 9:30 AM we meet behind Neck of the Woods on Meadow Road for a leisurely walk. Beat the isolation of living rurally and make new connections while enjoying the outdoors. Call us if you want to be added to that email listing.
August 8, 2022 9am-2pm at Waitsfield UCC
Mental Health Crisis Assistance 24/7
Washington County Mental Health 24-hr Crisis Line: 802-229-0591 National Suicide Prevention: 988 VT Crisis Text Line: Text VT to 741741
Other help and services
- Updated info on Covid 19 in Vermont: healthvermont.gov
- MRV Food Shelf: (802) 496-8853 madrivervalleyfoodshelf.wordpress.com/
- MRV Community Fund: (802) 496-3638 mrvcommunityfund.org/
- General Info Assistance and Information: 211
- Department of Mental Health: mentalhealth.vermont.gov/corona-MH
In Response to COVID-19
Hannah’s House therapists are using Telemedicine to serve their clients and staff are responding to phone messages and emails from home. As part of the Mad River Valley’s Emergency Response services, Hannah’s House offers support, connection with vital resources throughout the community, and a friendly voice to help you find the information you need to help reduce the stress of this uncertain time. Please don’t hesitate to call 802-496-9715 or email email@example.com if you or those you care about are feeling overly stressed, isolated or anxious.