The following organizations are sponsors, supporters, and affiliates of MFCC.  We thank them for their ongoing support of MFCC and the community.

The United Way of Northwestern Vermont
http://www.unitedwaycc.org

Vermont Agency of Education
http://education.vermont.gov/

Vermont Department For Children & Families
http://www.dcf.state.vt.us

Milton School District Website
http://www.mtsd-vt.org

Milton Recreation Department
https://www.miltonvt.gov/165/Recreation

Childcare Resource
http://www.childcareresource.org

Vermont Parent/Child Center Network
http://dcf.vermont.gov/partners/pcc

Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity
http://www.cvoeo.org/

Vermont Kin As Parents
http://vermontkinasparents.org/

Mobius, The Mentoring Movement
http://www.mobiusmentors.org

Spectrum Youth & Family Services
https://www.spectrumvt.org/

Family Support Local Agencies

Milton Community Youth Coalition

http://miltonyouth.org/

KidSafe Collaborative of Chittenden County

http://www.kidsafevt.org

Lund Family Center

http://lundvt.org

Visiting Nurse Association

http://www.vnacares.org

Vermont Adult Learning

http://www.vtadultlearning.org/

Children’s Integrated Services (CIS)

Vermont created the Children’s Integrated Services Program to make sure every child, every pregnant woman, and every family with young children has the opportunity to succeed. The Children’s Integrated Services Program is a resource for families when they have questions or concerns about their child’s development during pregnancy, infancy and early childhood.

Parents and professionals work together to:

  • Learn about your child’s growth and development
  • Provide screenings if there are questions or concerns about your child’s development. This will help to determine if CIS services can help.
  • Coordinate and provide the best possible services for your child and family

MFCC’s Family Support Workers are part of the local CIS team.  The CIS team includes other professionals with expertise in social work and family support; maternal/child health and nursing; child development and early intervention; early childhood and family mental health; child care; and other specialties (e.g., nutrition, speech and language therapy).

Your local CIS team can:

  • Help develop an action plan for your child and family;
  • Provide resources and services and/or make referrals;
  • Support you in accessing child care and/or development programs; and
  • Help you through any transitions to other community services.

Call United Way’s 211 for a free referral to the local CIS Coordinator.

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