Spectrum Youth and Family Services

Transitional Housing
Burlington, VT
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177 Pearl Street
Burlington, VT - 05401

(802) 862-5396 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one info@spectrumvt.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Spectrum Youth and Family Services

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Spectrum is a leader, recognized locally and nationally for offering innovative best practice programs and services responsive to community needs in collaboration with community partners. Their clients are welcomed and respected, and receive the support and resources they need to change their lives. Their organizational culture supports independent thinking, interdependent teamwork, mastery in their work, and passion for impacting people's lives. Their funding sources are diverse and sustainable, and we have the independent capacity to support and expand mission-driven programs. Spectrum Youth and Family Services provides shelter and transitional housing for homeless and at-risk youth in their residences. All of these programs are voluntary. A plan of care is collaboratively developed with each youth and focuses on core developmental areas. Supporting the youth to plan/develop goals in these areas supports their transition to, and maintenance of, a healthy and stable life.

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