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Averte FKA Merry Meadow Farm Gray House offers Mental Health Treatment services in Bradford, VT

Averte FKA Merry Meadow Farm Gray House is categorized as a Mental Health treatment facility, but may provide additional health care support.

For detailed questions about the health care provider at Averte FKA Merry Meadow Farm Gray House, you may contact their Bradford offices via phone at 802-222-4445.

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Adam Devlin

2019-10-27 00:09:58 via Google

Having worked in the mental health field for 35 years and having visited many mental health facilities throughout my time I can confidently say that Averte is one of the best that I've seen. Averte truly gives off an atmosphere of recovery and healing for all who enter its' doors. The staff are caring and compassionate and the programs that they offer to residents truly help them along with their journey of recovery. I would highly recommend Averte to anyone who is dealing with the very difficult situation of finding good placement and care for a loved one who is struggling with this disease.

Shannon Buck

2019-10-31 00:22:46 via Google

Averte clinical staff are kind, compassionate and responsive. They truly care about the people in need of their services as well as their family members. As soon as I reached out for help, Steve called me within an hour and then was planning a visit within days to assess the situation (which was a 2.5+ hour drive). The team wraps their services around the person in need until they are stable. Amy, the Clinical Program Coordinator even took time from her vacation to talk to me prior to my family members discharge. That kind of support is invaluable during a time of crisis stabilization and the level of support is reassuring for everyone involved. One should never hesitate to reach out for help and if you are lucky, the help will come from Averte.

Mark Weigel

2019-08-13 15:57:49 via Google

Averte staff are very kind and the administration very responsive. Averte takes pride in their treatment program as well as their environment. The renovations and new wellness center are fabulous.

Carl Tropper

2018-09-18 19:03:33 via Google

My daughter has been at Averte (aka Merry Meadows) for several years with a serious mental illness. We could not have asked for a better place for her. The quality of the clinical team and the the staff are absolutely first rate. The seriousness and the kindness with which they go about their business on a daily business are really all that can be asked for. In fact, I really doubt that there is a better place in the country to care for mentally ill people.

Jane Moss

2018-06-17 01:23:32 via Google

Caring for a family member with a mental illness may be the biggest life challenge you face. It may also be a source of more compassion than you ever thought you would have or witness. On hearing, at our first meeting, the history of our family's struggle, Averte Director Steve Schramm declared, It sounds as if you're ready, and if you are, so am I! And that was the beginning of what has become a profound relationship. How do you navigate the territory of mental illness? What name do you give it? What difference does a name make? How do you support your loved one in making decisions, planning, setting goals? How will this all play out in the short run? In the long run? And in the meantime, what do we all do? Guided by Averte therapists, doctors and staff, we work together. We listen deeply. We co-create an individualized program for our son. His skills and interests draw him to an art class, regular gym work-outs, volunteering at a local senior center, stacking wood for a neighbor. Skillful therapy with Liz Macaulay yields insights, fresh goals and trust. White and Green Mountain hikes with Steve Baum offer steady companionship. Over time, increased self-esteem leads to looking for jobs with Amy. Drs. Noordsy and Keller make themselves available both at the Hanover House and at Dartmouth Hitchcock. Team meetings, conference calls, medications prepared and pre-packed for home visits, attending a beloved grandfather's funeral, all comprise the personal care we experience. Averte has stood by us. Call it professionalism. Call it active compassion. Call it life. We're grateful our paths have come together.

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