Quiet space offered to aid people in crisis

THE COUNSELING SERVICE of Addison County has launched Interlude, a program that allows people to work through mental health crises in a casual setting, and potentially avert the need for a residential placement. Pictured in the Interlude space are, from left, Sandy Smith, CSAC director of Adult Mental Health Services; along with his staff of Nate Bamberg-Johnson, Bunny Lavallee, Jessica Hodder, Sean Ross and Mary Price. Independent photo/John Flowers

The Interlude program is a new mental health urgent-care service located in the Middlebury’s Marble Works complex.

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