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Find out about Interlude, CSAC's new mental health crisis alternative.

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Welcome to Interlude, CSAC's mental health crisis alternative for adults. Interlude is a voluntary, home-like, trauma-sensitive space that includes a living room, kitchen, bathroom, private comfort relaxation room, and a space for music, movement and more. Interlude staff are individuals informed by lived experience. CSAC peer support specialists and clinicians work from trauma-informed approaches, including Intentional Peer Support (IPS) and Open Dialogue (OD), offering person-centered, compassionate, humanistic support.

Our daytime/evening center offers adults an alternative response to mental health crisisInterlude welcomes you to come as you are & experience what you are going through. We prioritize a healing environment: providing space to be with what’s arising & supporting reconnection to our natural state of well-being.

Location/Contact: Interlude is located at the Marble Works Complex in Middlebury, VT (around the corner, to the right from VT Adult Learning).  Ample parking is available.
Interlude (at Marble Works)
99 Maple St. #16
Middlebury, VT  05753
Number: 802.388.6751

Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-6pm. More hours coming soon.

Interlude is currently available by referral (through CSAC provider). Please stay tuned as we will be expanding our offerings.
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, please call CSAC's Emergency Services: (802) 388-7641 if you would like to be referred to Interlude, or if you are having a mental health emergency.

FAQs

Who can come to Interlude? Adults 18+ referred by the Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC). If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, please call CSAC's Emergency Services: (802) 388-7641 if you would like to be referred to Interlude, or if you are having a mental health emergency.

Cost for services? Interlude is grant funded so there is no cost for services.

How long can one stay? Daytime and evening hours available. Interlude does not provide overnight accommodations.

Friends/family/supporters? Networks are welcome and encouraged to come (by appointment).

Are pets allowed? Registered service animals only.

What happens after I visit Interlude? This is unique to the individual. Staff can work with you to refer and connect you to other community resources.

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