Fletcher Allen, a Vermont university hospital and medical center, serves all of
Vermont and the northern New York region. Located in Burlington, Fletcher Allen is a regional, academic healthcare center and teaching hospital in alliance with the University of Vermont.
Mental Health Care
At Fletcher Allen in Burlington, VT, we provide expert care for mental health disorders and issues in a compassionate, welcoming environment. Our extensive mental health specialties range from outpatient counseling for children and adults and intensive partial hospitalization, to inpatient care for acute mental illness and 24/7 crisis response services.
Personalized Mental Health for Total Peace of Mind
Fletcher Allen’s highly trained mental health professionals care for you and your family, developing treatment plans tailored to your needs. Psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric social workers and nurses, substance abuse counselors and other specialists diagnose, evaluate and treat mental health issues of all types and at all levels of severity.
As a university hospital, we are dedicated to educating and training medical students and residents, and pursuing discovery through mental health research. These activities enable our caregivers to bring the latest treatments and therapies to patients, along with the potential to participate in clinical trials.
Collaborations with a number of other health systems—including the Vermont Department of Mental Health, Crisis Services of Chittenden County and the HowardCenter–allow us to meet the unique needs of each patient.
State-of-the-Art Mental Health Facilities
We are pleased to offer mental health care in modern outpatient clinics and our state-of-the-art Inpatient Psychiatric Unit. These facilities provide a comfortable and supportive environment to help patients and their families heal, recover and return to their regular activities.
Learn More about Mental Health Care at Fletcher Allen
Explore this site for more information about our comprehensive services, including our mental health support groups, or call us anytime at (802) 847-0000 or (800) 358-1144.