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Resources for Women

Lund - Lund is a comprehensive treatment center and family support agency, offering an array of integrated services in response to the needs of pregnant or parenting teens and women, adoptive families, and children.

Planned Parenthood of Northern New England - Planned Parenthood of Northern New England (PPNNE) offers reproductive health care and sexuality education at several locations in Vermont.

Reach Up Vermont (TANF) - Reach Up helps families with children by providing cash assistance for basic needs and services that support work and self-sufficiency.

Vermont Department of Chidren and Families; Child Development Division - The Child Development Division's goal is to increase access to high-quality services that are developmentally beneficial for children and strengthen families. The Child Development Division works with programs within communities to coordinate and deliver services that meet families' needs. Direct services for children and families include regulating early childhood and afterschool programs; early intervention services; information, resource and referral for families; parent education and family support services.

Vermont Family Network - Vermont Family Network (VFN) promotes better health, education, and well-being for all children and families, with a focus on children and young adults with special needs.

Vermont Works for Women (VWW) - Vermont Works for Women was founded in 1987 as Northern New England Tradeswomen (NNETW) to help women enter, advance, and remain in the skilled trades.   Today, through an array of innovative training and education programs, VWW assists women and girls in thinking about their lives in the broadest terms and helps them develop skills and capacities that are critical to long-term economic independence.

Women Helping Battered Women (WHBW) - Women Helping Battered Women (WHBW) has evolved into the largest service provider for domestic abuse victims in Vermont, serving Chittenden County.  We believe that all adults and children have the right to live without fear of abuse – sexual, physical, emotional, or financial.