Public Comment Session for Adult Protective Services

22 November 2017

On behalf of DAIL Commissioner Monica Caserta-Hutt and Steve Pouliot, Chairperson of the APS Committee of the DAIL Advisory Board:

The Adult Protective Services (APS) Committee of the DAIL Advisory Board will hold a public comment session on Thursday, December 14th, from 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The session will be in the Sally Fox Conference Center, Cherry Conference Room, at the Waterbury State Office Complex. You are invited to attend to provide any feedback on your experience with Vermont’s APS program. This feedback will help guide the committee and APS as they jointly work together to improve our program.

Directions to the Waterbury State Office Complex are below. The complex is a secure facility. If you RSVP to joe.nusbaum@vermont.gov, your name will be provided to security staff, which will expedite your entrance into the complex. You may still attend if you don’t RSVP in advance but give yourself some time to get through security at the front door. All attendees must bring a government issued photo ID. All visitors must enter through the main entrance of the complex as described below.

The comment session will be held in the Cherry Conference Room. After checking in with security, you will enter the Atrium of the complex. Take the elevator or stairs in the Atrium to the 2nd Floor. The Cherry Conference Room is part of the Sally Fox Conference Center, which is above the main entrance you arrived through. There will be signs.

If you are unable to attend the comment session and would like to provide feedback, please email your feedback to clayton.clark@vermont.gov or mail it to:

APS Committee, Care of APS

HC2 South, 280 State Drive

Waterbury, VT 05671-2060

If you plan to attend and need accommodations to participate, please contact Joe Nusbaum at joe.nusbaum@vermont.gov by the end of the day Friday, December 8th, so that we can arrange those in advance.

Please feel free to forward this invitation to any interested parties.

Directions to the Waterbury State Office Complex

(Note: At this time, OnStar, Google maps, and most GPS units do not show State Drive in Waterbury.)

Coming to Waterbury from the North via I89:

If coming from I89, take Exit 10 (Waterbury Exit) and bear right.

Drive into Waterbury Village. At the second traffic light, take a right onto Park Row– this will bring you down a short street, bear left at the end of this street – this is State Drive and where the Waterbury Complex is located. Drive until you see the big gray building – this is the main entrance to the complex. Come in the front door of the complex and check in at the security window to the right.

Coming to the Waterbury Complex from the South via I89:

If coming from I89, take Exit 10 (Waterbury Exit) and bear left. Drive into Waterbury Village. (Follow the same steps as above)

Coming to the Waterbury Complex from the South via Route 2:

Take Route 2 to Waterbury Village. After the intersection of Route 2 and Route 100 (the intersection is just before crossing the bridge into Waterbury), drive approximately 4/10ths of a mile and take the left onto State Drive (this will be the 2nd street on your left, after the intersection). Continue driving until you see the big gray building – this is the main entrance to the complex. Come in the front door of the complex and check in at window to the right.

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Division of Licensing and Protection
HC 2 South, 280 State Drive
Waterbury, VT 05671-2060
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Clayton Clark
Division Director
(802) 241-0345

Joe Nusbaum
Assistant Director Adult Protective Services
(802) 241-0512

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(802) 241-0480

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