Useful Resources for Court Diversion

Below is a list of websites where you may find more information and answers to other questions.  

Vermont Judiciary Family Division
Information, answers to frequently asked questions, and forms that may be beneficial pertaining to juvenile matters. One form that may be of particular interest is a pamphlet that describes Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings.

Vermont Judiciary Criminal Division
Basic information about the process as well as forms that may be useful.

Vermont  Judicial  Bureau
Statewide jurisdiction over civil violations, such as traffic violations.

State’s Attorneys (County prosecutors)

Public defenders (Vermont’s Defender General)

Center for Crime Victim Services
The Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services joins with victims, survivors, and those who interact with victims and offenders to provide, sustain, and support a collaborative system of direct services across Vermont that is comprehensive, victim-centered, trauma-informed, and accessible to all diverse populations.

Community Justice Network of Vermont

Vermont Department of Health

Vermont Health Department information on underage drinking.

Vermont Alcohol and Drug Information Clearinghouse

Finding a counselor

Vermont Family Network
Promotes better health, education and well-being for all children and families, with a focus on children and young adults with special needs. 800.800.4005

Vermont 2-1-1
At Vermont 2-1-1, callers will speak with a real person every time. Call Specialists will problem solve and refer callers from throughout Vermont to government programs, community-based organizations, support groups, and other local resources.  Dial 211 to speak with an Information & Referral Specialist.

Screen Door
The Vermont Agency of Human Services Screening Tool is quick, anonymous and confidential. In a moment you can identify public resources that may be available for you and your family.

Green Mountain Care
A family of health insurance plans offered by the State of Vermont and its partners. Plan eligibility and cost is based on household size and income. There may be a program for you, no matter how much you earn. Call 1-800-250-8427 or complete the Green Mountain Care Screening Tool to find out which plan is right for you!