Addison County Parent/Child Center
P.O. Box 646
126 Monroe Street
Middlebury, VT 05753
(802) 388-1590 (fax)
Addison County Parent/Child Center's mission: to provide support and education to families and assure that all young children and youth in our community get off to the right start with the opportunity to grow up healthy, happy, and productive.
The most intensive housing service offered by the Center is the Elm Street First Time Renters Program. This program was developed in response to the increase in the number of families whom we serve that are homeless. We offer not only transitional housing for up to ten young families or at-risk youth in a house located in Middlebury, but also the opportunity to learn skills that will help them be successful future tenants with community landlords. Residents participate in a weekly housing group focused on tenant rights and responsibilities, getting along with neighbors, basic home maintenance and other pertinent topics and they are supported to practice these skills while residing in our housing. Residents stay from one to two years, depending on age at entry. In addition, we provide a variety of non-residential housing supports to homeless adolescents and families with young children.
The Center also provides 24/7 access to short-term emergency shelter for youth ages 12-17.
Through VCRHYP's Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program, ACPCC also offers Rapid Rehousing and Diversion services.
Other services offered by the Center include child care, home visiting/outreach, playgroups, the Learning Together Program, and pregnancy prevention.