Diocesan Institutions

Bishop Booth Conference Center

Located on the shores of Lake Champlain at Rock Point, the Bishop Booth Conference Center (BBCC) is a sanctuary where the people of the Diocese of Vermont, other religious groups and non-profit organizations may experience a sense of God's presence, the beauty of creation and Christian community. Facilities include overnight accommodations, food service, meeting rooms, a chapel and outdoor recreation opportunities. For rates and information, please visit the Rock Point website, http://rockpointvt.org

Address: 20 Rock Point Circle, Burlington, VT 05408-2735
Contact: Tony Drapelick, Manager
Email: bishopbooth@dioceseofvermont.org
Office Phone: 802-658-6233
Guest Phone: 802-865-4793
Fax: 802-658-8836

Brookhaven Treatment and Learning Center

The Brookhaven Treatment and Learning Center offers a safe, nurturing, multi-disciplinary residential treatment environment for boys, ages 6 through 13, with severe emotional or behavioral disorders. Owned by the Diocese of Vermont and located in Chelsea, Brookhaven is licensed by the State of Vermont and has its own private school and a Family Learning Center. For more information, please visit the Brookhaven website, http://www.brookhaventlc.org. For a list of the members of the Brookhaven Board of Trustees, click here.

 

Address: P.O. Box 127, Chelsea, VT 05038
Contact: Dr. Anthony Iazzo, Director
Email: tonyiazzo@hotmail.com
Phone: (802) 685-4458 or (800) 585-4458
Fax: (802) 685-3094

The Cathedral Chapter

The Cathedral Chapter has the task of helping the Cathedral Church of St. Paul respond to the needs and ministries of the Diocese. The Cathedral Chapter sponsors and encourages programs and activities such as an annual lecture series and conference, youth events, musical celebrations, and other diocesan and ecumenical programs. The Chapter comprises the Bishop, the Dean, the Canon to the Ordinary, the Wardens of the Cathedral Vestry, and other representatives. For more information visit the Cathedral website, http://www.stpaulscathedralvt.org. For a roster of the Chapter members, click here.

 

Address: 2 Cherry Street, Burlington, VT 05401
Phone: (802) 864-0471
Fax: (802) 860-0489

Rock Point School

Located on the Diocesan property at Rock Point, Rock Point School is a fully accredited, co-ed high school, serving both boarding students and “day” students. Rock Point students find success in the small, structured environment offered by the school. They are creative, self-aware young people who have found themselves off track and are ready to make positive changes to build fulfilling, healthy lives. The school is based on the principles of honesty, sobriety, care for self and care for others. The ratio between staff and students is 1 to 2. Facilities consist of three staff houses, a timber framed sugar house, and a beautiful, large, Victorian building which houses the classrooms, dining hall, and dormitory. The majority of funding for the school comes from private tuition. The remainder comes from publicly funded tuition, gifts and grants from Vermont parishioners, and gifts from other donors. Scholarship is funded by an endowment managed by the Trustees of the Diocese. To learn more, please visit the Rock Point School website, http://rockpointschool.org. For a list of Rock Point School Trustees, click here.

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Burlington, VT 05408-2737

Telephone (802) 863-3431

In Vermont (800) 286-3437

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Diocesan Institutions

Bishop Booth Conference Center

Located on the shores of Lake Champlain at Rock Point, the Bishop Booth Conference Center (BBCC) is a sanctuary where the people of the Diocese of Vermont, other religious groups and non-profit organizations may experience a sense of God's presence, the beauty of creation and Christian community. Facilities include overnight accommodations, food service, meeting rooms, a chapel and outdoor recreation opportunities. For rates and information, please visit the Rock Point website, http://rockpointvt.org

Address: 20 Rock Point Circle
Burlington, VT 05408-2735
Contact: Tony Drapelick, Manager
Email: bishopbooth@dioceseofvermont.org
Office Phone: 802-658-6233
Guest Phone: 802-865-4793
Fax: 802-658-8836

Brookhaven Treatment and
Learning Center

The Brookhaven Treatment and Learning Center offers a safe, nurturing, multi-disciplinary residential treatment environment for boys, ages 6 through 13, with severe emotional or behavioral disorders. Owned by the Diocese of Vermont and located in Chelsea, Brookhaven is licensed by the State of Vermont and has its own private school and a Family Learning Center. For more information, please visit the Brookhaven website, http://www.brookhaventlc.org. For a list of the members of the Brookhaven Board of Trustees, click here.

 

Address: P.O. Box 127, Chelsea, VT 05038
Contact: Dr. Anthony Iazzo, Director
Email: tonyiazzo@hotmail.com
Phone: (802) 685-4458 or (800) 585-4458
Fax: (802) 685-3094

The Cathedral Chapter

The Cathedral Chapter has the task of helping the Cathedral Church of St. Paul respond to the needs and ministries of the Diocese. The Cathedral Chapter sponsors and encourages programs and activities such as an annual lecture series and conference, youth events, musical celebrations, and other diocesan and ecumenical programs. The Chapter comprises the Bishop, the Dean, the Canon to the Ordinary, the Wardens of the Cathedral Vestry, and other representatives. For more information visit the Cathedral website, http://www.stpaulscathedralvt.org. For a list of the Chapter members, click here.

 

Address: 2 Cherry Street, Burlington, VT 05401
Phone: (802) 864-0471
Fax: (802) 860-0489

Rock Point School

Located on the Diocesan property at Rock Point, Rock Point School is a fully accredited, co-ed high school, serving both boarding students and “day” students. Rock Point students find success in the small, structured environment offered by the school. They are creative, self-aware young people who have found themselves off track and are ready to make positive changes to build fulfilling, healthy lives. The school is based on the principles of honesty, sobriety, care for self and care for others. The ratio between staff and students is 1 to 2. Facilities consist of three staff houses, a timber framed sugar house, and a beautiful, large, Victorian building which houses the classrooms, dining hall, and dormitory. The majority of funding for the school comes from private tuition. The remainder comes from publicly funded tuition, gifts and grants from Vermont parishioners, and gifts from other donors. Scholarship is funded by an endowment managed by the Trustees of the Diocese. To learn more, please visit the Rock Point School website, http://rockpointschool.org. For a list of Rock Point School Trustees, click here.