Vermont Adult Abuse Registry

The Vermont Adult and Child Abuse Registry automated system was provided by the Agency of Human Service in response to legislation to improve Vermont’s Sexual Abuse Response System. Organizations can use this system to submit background registry checks against Vermont's Adult Abuse and Child Protection Registries. This electronic system does not include Vermont Criminal Investigation Center, Department of Motor Vehicle, or any other background checks outside of the VT Adult and Child Abuse Registries.

Organizations can subscribe to the system and submit registry checks electronically. If your organization is not already subscribed you can Request a Subscription Packet by Email. If you are already a subscriber, please visit the Vermont Adult Abuse and Child Protection Registry Check Subscription System to log in and use the system.

Organizations that meet the criteria for submitting a registry check, but do not have frequent enough need to subscribe to the electronic system can submit a paper registry check by mail or email.  To obtain a non-subscriber APS Registry Check Form please contact Adult Protective Services at APS@vermont.gov to verify that your organization meets the criteria and receive a copy of the latest form.  You can also request a copy by writing to:

State of Vermont
DAIL Division of Licensing & Protection
Adult Protective Services
HC 2 South, 280 State Drive
Waterbury, VT 05671-2060

For more information, please visit the Vermont Adult Abuse and Child Protection Registry Check Subscription System.

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Contact Us

Division of Licensing and Protection
HC 2 South, 280 State Drive
Waterbury, VT 05671-2060
(802) 241-0344

For Telecommunications Relay Service: Dial 711

Adult Protective Services Reporting Line
(800) 564-1612

Healthcare Organization Complaint Reporting Line
(888) 700-5330

Joe Nusbaum
Division Director

John Gordon
Adult Protective Services Director

Suzanne Leavitt
Survey and Certification Director

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This is a Division of the
Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living
under the Agency of Human Services