WIC shopping made easy with new smartphone app

WIC has a new app that saves time and makes shopping easy! Just follow these steps;

  1. Install WICshopper from your app store.

  2. Select New Hampshire as your WIC Agency.

  3. Register using the 16-digit number on your WIC Card.

  4. Your available benefits will display each time you use the app.

  5. Scan product bar code while you shop to check eligibility!

  6. Select your favorite store and view WIC approved items available.

Learn more at EBTshopper.com


Mental Health Services in Vermont

The Department of Mental Health oversees the publicly-funded community-based and inpatient services to Vermonters to ensure early intervention and mental health treatment and supports as needed to live, work, learn, and participate fully in their communities.

DMH central office staff provide leadership and direction for the community-based public mental health system as well as program and service monitoring and assessment to assure adherence to state and federal regulations and to monitor the quality of services and sup­ports delivered by contracted providers.

Developmental Disabilities Services Division

The Developmental Disabilities Services Division (DDSD) plans, coordinates, administers, monitors and evaluates state and federally funded services for people with developmental disabilities and their families within Vermont. DDSD funds services through 15 private non-profit Service Providers and provides systems planning, technical assistance, training, quality assurance, program monitoring and standards compliance. 

About Parent Centers Serving Families of Children with Disabilities

There are nearly 100 Parent Training and Information Centers (PTIs) and Community Parent Resource Centers (CPRCs) in the US and Territories.

These Centers perform a variety of direct services for children and youth with disabilities, families, professionals, and other organizations that support them.

Some of the activities include:

  • Working with families of infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities, birth to 26

  • Helping parents participate effectively in their children’s education and development

  • Partnering with professionals and policy makers to improve outcomes for all children with disabilities

Center for Parent Information Resources

Your central “Hub” of information and products created for the network of Parent Centers serving families of children with disabilities

All the materials found on the CPIR Hub have been created and archived for Parent Centers around the country to help them provide support and services to the families they serve. The CPIR employs a user-centered process, gathering the perspectives of our experienced audience—Parent Center staff members and other experts—every step of the way, to create products and services that increase Parent Centers’ knowledge and capacity in specific domains.

Vermont Family Network

Advocacy and Leadership
Disabilities or Special Health Needs
Early Childhood Development
General and Special Education
Health Care Access
Mental Health
Transition to Adulthood

Locations & Directions


Main office in Williston:
600 Blair Park Road, Suite 240
Williston, VT 05495
Monday through Friday from 9:00 am until 4:30 pm.

Field office in Rutland:
135 North Main Street, Suite #4,
Rutland, VT 05701

Field staff are located in Rutland and the Northeast Kingdom. Please call our Williston office for a referral to our field staff.

Call Us! We will listen! 1.800.800.4005