Children’s Integrated Services (CIS) is Vermont’s unique model for integrating early intervention, early childhood family mental health, nurse home visiting, family support home visiting, and specialized child care services. The model is designed to provide family-centered prevention, early intervention, and health promotion services to pregnant and postpartum women and children birth to six, their families, and early childhood professionals.
CIS is part of the Vermont Department for Children and Families, Child Development Division. Most CIS professionals are housed in community organizations and position titles may include the following:
- CIS Coordinator
- CIS Specialized Child Care Coordinator
- Early Interventionist
- Family Support Home Visitor
- Early Childhood Family Mental Health (ECFMH) Professional
- Nurse Home Visitor
Find Your Path and Stay on Track
To work as a CIS Professional in Vermont, you must meet certain training and qualifications criteria depending on your specific role. Use the resources on this page to learn more about the competencies and certificates available for your role, and to get connected to additional support.
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