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Beginning Monday, March 23rd, CSAC is closing all offices for office-based appointments and providing all non-essential services by Tele-health or telephone. 

All therapists, psychiatric providers, case managers, community support staff, and other staff are equipped to offer tele-medicine or telephone appointments and support. CSAC intends to provide as much continuity of support and essential services as we can while also exercising caution to prevent the spread of COVID 19. Information about programs and services will be posted very soon.

CSAC continues to serve Addison County residents

The Counseling Service will resume normal operations with all service capacities as soon as we are advised that we can safely do so. Check back here, our Facebook page, or make contact with service providers for updates and changes.

You can contact CSAC with any questions or concerns at 388-6751 during business hours or
after business hours through Crisis Support at 388-7641.

CSAC’s commitment to be Addison County’s resource for mental health, substance use treatment, and developmental services continues.

CSAC’s mission to help people live emotionally healthy and satisfying lives continues.

CSAC’s pledge to offer the best services in the best ways we can continues.

Find updated program information here.

We are all in this together and CSAC is still here to help.



              The Counseling Service of Addison County is committed to promoting stable and safe communities by helping people                live emotionally healthy and satisfying lives.

                                  We strive to provide the best mental health, substance abuse, and developmental services                                                  to improve the quality of life for all community members.

We work collaboratively with community organizations to help individuals and families achieve maximum wellness.

People Helping People

The Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC) is a community mental health center located in Middlebury, Vermont. Since 1959 CSAC has been an integral part of the Addison County Community.

We offer a wide range of professional mental health and developmental services designed to meet the needs of those seeking help. Using a multi- disciplinary approach, we draw on the expertise of staff trained in developmental services, addiction recovery treatment, psychiatry, mental health counseling, social work, family and child therapy, and employment support.

Our goals are to reduce stigma and to help people live happier, more satisfying and productive lives in their community.

For more information on how to find us, go to the locations page here  or the Contact Us page here.  

If you are deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing or have a speech disability, you can reach us by calling 711, a free service of Vermont Relay. 


The Vermont Telecommunications Relay Service (Vermont Relay) is a free service for all Vermonters, connecting individuals who are deaf, deaf-blind, hard-of-hearing, or have a speech disability with users of standard telephones. Whether calling on a standard telephone or a text telephone (TTY, a special phone with a typewriter-style keyboard), relay makes communication simple, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. (from their site)

For more info on Vermont Relay please click here .