A Designated Agency Serving Disabled and Aging Vermonters
Upper Valley Services is a non-profit agency supporting people with Developmental Disabilities, Traumatic Brain Injury, and community based placements for people otherwise eligible for nursing home care.
Browse the menu to learn more about the Services and Supports available from Upper Valley Services.
Upper Valley Services is one of Vermont’s Designated non-profit agencies serving people who are developmentally disabled, people who are eligible for Adult Family Home placement under Vermont’s Choices for Care program, and people eligible for services under Vermont’s Traumatic Brain Injury program. Upper Valley Services’ programs are based in Bradford, Randolph, and Moretown, Vermont.
Both employment and home provider opportunities will be listed for each of UVS’ three program locations along with downloadable applications for Employment, Home Provider application for our Developmental Disabilities program, and Home Provider Application for or Adult Family Home program which goes by the name Vermont Comforts of Home.
Each of Upper Valley’s locations offer an array of supports that are designed to assist individuals to live successfully within their local communities. Choosing the Supports and Services tab will provide a description of the types of services offered through each UVS location.
The Vermont Crisis Intervention Program is a state-wide resource for support of individuals and their teams who may be struggling with maintaining a supportive and stable program. Access to this program is controlled by the Vermont Department of Aging and Independent Living. The VCIN tab offers information about how this program is designed and operated.
To participate in a program offered by Upper Valley Services, an individual must meet the eligibility requirements for the State of Vermont. Under this tab, links to the eligibility requirements for each program area will be found, along with phone numbers to obtain more information about how to apply for services.