Success Beyond Six

What We Do

Success Beyond Six (SB6) has three main programs [1) School-Based Clinical Services (SBC), 2) School-Based Behavioral Services, and 3) Concurrent Education Rehabilitation and Treatment (CERT)] with each program being grounded in trauma-informed practices and evidence-based approaches. Additionally, these programs operate with a focus on working with students in the context of their family, community, and in collaboration with other system partners. Utilizing SB6 programs allows Vermont schools to bring expertise in mental health practice to school-based teams while also providing the additional structure of clinical supervision, administrative support for billing and reporting, ability to link with other state designated agency services, and oversight and accountability to the State.


Who We Serve

SB6 Programs support the following three populations of Vermont students:

  • Any students who have mental health issues
  • Students in Special Education who have an emotional disability
  • Students in Special Education who have intensive needs on the autism spectrum
How We Impact

Overall, the SB6 Programs focus on the outcome measure of whether Vermonters are better off as a result of these programs. The goal of SB6 is to deliver comprehensive mental health supports to Vermont students through evaluating the quality and efficiency of these programs.

Budget Information

DMH Program budget (summary level)

FY 22 Actual FY 23 Budget FY 24 Draft Governor Recommend
$55,307,348 $72,250,289 $72,250,289
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