Entries by Stephen Schramm

Hello all,  Despite the alarming increase of covid cases throughout the country, Averte has remained covid free and continues to operate as close to normal operations as possible.  Averte continues to limit cross traffic throughout the programs while maintaining in person therapy and groups.  As Averte has programs in both Vermont and New Hampshire, we […]

Visitation Update

11/13/20 Hello all,  The covid cases nationally are again out of control and now much more prevalent in our area. In response, Averte will be temporarily closed to all visitation as of Monday, November 16th.  Averte believes this will also be in preparation for a probable stay home stay safe order our Governor has intimated […]

Averte update – 11-5-20

Hello all –  Unfortunately, the State of Vermont Travel map (link below) this week shows even more concern with dramatic increases in Covid cases.  As of now, any visitation not already approved to an Averte facility will need to be discussed in detail with Steve Schramm.  In an effort to minimize the amount of restrictions […]

Averte Update 10-30-20

Hello all,    As most of you are all experiencing, the pandemic is continuing its impact rather than abating.   With this said, we are focusing on the holidays and the unfortunate restrictions they impose.  Our strict visitation policy has not lifted, we will continue with a few changes.  One change is to offering an […]

Virtual Bi-annual American Residential Treatment Association (ARTA) meeting.

ARTA is composed of close to 30 residential treatment facilities for adults with mental illness. We offer four different styles of residential care to adults with a range of serious mental challenges, including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and disorders combined with substance abuse. The small size of our organization enables members to […]

Averte update 10/22/20

Hello all, Moderate changes in our area, the visitation process will remain the same.  Reminder, please look a the travel map to see what rules apply to your area prior to calling to set up a visit.  Next post expected on 10/30 barring drastic changes.   Thank you, The Averte Team

Averte Update 10-16-20

Hello all, As feared, the increased tourist traffic in our area along with the return of the college students has resulted in a small increase in covid cases in adjacent counties. As we keep a close eye on this, we have temporarily increased our restrictions. Averte’s Hanover program is in Grafton County, currently orange on […]

Averte Update

Hi all, We hope this finds all well.  Although Averte continues to be covid free, we are entering Fall in Vermont.  As picturesque and pleasant Vermont is in the Fall, it also brings allergy season, influenza and the return of school. Averte will track allergy symptoms closely to prevent overreaction and unnecessary isolation.  Averte is […]

Averte visitation Update

Hello all, Phil Scott, Vermont’s governor, has updated the visit Vermont order, it can be viewed at the link below. Per this order, and restrictions/recommendations placed upon us by our licensing agencies, we have revised our visitation policy as such: If you are traveling by air or other public transportation, you must quarantine for 14 […]

Averte Update 7-28-20

Hello all, Averte remains covid free and continuing to take all precautions to remain this way. It gives us great pleasure to share other news, not covid related.  Averte has finished one bathroom renovation at our Main Campus and is about halfway through the upstairs renovation of our wellness center (completion expected by October).  As […]