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Programs and Services

Parents and caregivers do not need to feel alone as they go through every day with the challenges of raising children. There are many supportive programs and resources available to parents, caregivers, and families. Check out the programs and resources below:

The Vermont Federation of Families

Exists to support families and children where a child or youth, who is experiencing or at risk to experience mental health challenges.

Vermont Kin As Parents
Support and advocacy for relatives who are raising children. Offers education and resources as well as coordinates events.

Voices At The Table
Blog offering a place for Vermont kinship, foster, and adoptive families to share knowledge, concerns, insights, and triumphs with one another.

State Kinship Caregivers Resources
Detailed information for caregivers including education, support, legal and financial resources.

Teen Mental Health
Excellent information on many teen mental health issues with guides for teens and parents.


Transgender Support Groups

Every third Thursday the Greater Rockingham LGBTQIA+ Group offers free peer support groups for transgender folks. Teens, 13-17, meet from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., and adults, 18+, meet from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. The meetings are held at Parks Place. Snacks will be provided. The groups will be led by a transgender staff member.

Sign up today for Computer Skills Training for the Workplace

Learn the basics of using a computer with this FREE five-week program. The class will be held at the Windsor Resource Center from June 11 to July 9, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Attend all five classes to qualify for a free laptop. To sign up, call 802-885-8300.

GFC Bookstore

You can now purchase in bulk materials that have been created by GFC staff at cost plus shipping and tax. This includes books, journals, bookmarks, and stickers.  Click here!​

March 2024 Newsletter

Want to see what we're up to? Download our newsletter for updates, achievements, and upcoming events! Click here to read.

LGBTQIA+ Hangout

Join us for a FREE hangout for LGBTQIA+ members, ages 18 and old. Stop by Parks Place from 2-4pm on the second Saturday of each month for writing, crafting, reading, gaming, or just hanging out. 

Online Narcan training
If you've picked up a package of Narcan or Naloxone and don't know how to use it, check out this video with instructions from the Vermont Department of Health.

Windham County calendar

Discover fun area activities for families.

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