Adult Outpatient (AOP)

What We Do

The Adult Mental Health (AOP) program serves adults experiencing mental health challenges. The array of services available for people in the AOP program vary by DA and may include: 

  • clinical assessment
  • service planning and coordination
  • community supports
  • individual, group, and/or family therapy
  • medication evaluation and management, and consultation with primary care
  • emergency care and crisis stabilization
  • psychoeducation/recovery education
Who We Serve

Any adult (18+ years old) is eligible to receive adult outpatient (AOP) supports and services.

How We Impact

Together the following performance measures focus on whether Vermonters are better off as a result of this program. They do so by looking at the quality and efficiency of these programs and services.

Budget Information

Budget Description: Adult Services to include Emergency Services Investment, CRT (all expenses), Adult Case Rate, Homeless, MISC Adult Grants, Emergency Outreach, Case Management, Workforce Training, Forensic System of Care

FY 22 Actual FY 23 Budget FY 24 Draft Governor Recommend
$93,927,952 $99,771,295 $101,648,524
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