Gift Giving

Groundbreaking ceremony June, 2017. (Left to right) Max Paine, Susan Bartlett, Max Neal, Jason McArthur, Board Chair; Kevin Kelley, President/CEO; Linda Greaves, Valerie Valcour, and Rich Jacobs.






CHSLV’s new building is complete. The building, in close proximity to Copley Hospital on Washington Highway, plants the seed of our vision of a healthy future for our community.

The building provides the space and facilities needed to work the particular brand of magic performed by our current professionals, and will help to draw additional qualified professionals to the area, making a significant positive impact on the people we serve.

The facility is the new home for Appleseed Pediatrics, Morrisville Family Health Care and the Neurology Clinic.

You can be a part of our vision for a healthy future. We invite you to make any contribution that is meaningful to you as you consider CHSLV’s place in your life, the lives of your friends and family, and for generations to come.

We welcome your donation. Your much needed gift will help with building and equipment costs. You can click on the button below to make a secure credit card donation, or download our gift giving brochure for information on sending a check.

Community Health Services of Lamoille Valley (CHSLV) is funded in part through a grant from the U.S. Health and Human Services Administration and generous community support. CHSLV is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233

This health center receives HHS funding and has Federal PHS deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.

An important update about COVID-19 (coronavirus)

Providing compassionate care for everyone includes keeping our community safe and informed. We understand you and your loved ones may have concerns about the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.

Do your part to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and seasonal illnesses by washing your hands frequently with soap and water and by avoiding touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. For more information about symptoms, how to limit your risk, and the latest news, please visit the Vermont Department of Health or Centers for Disease Control and Prevention websites.

For more information, please visit our COVID-19 information page.

Together, we can reduce our risk and keep our community healthy!

COVID-19 Information