Providing Support Through Every Stage
Started for teens in 2008, the Teen Center has always offered a space for teens to connect with each other and to the larger Addison County community. Throughout our history, we have strived to provide programming and spaces that support relationship and skills building. Our program offerings have expanded over the years and now include social, emotional, and life skills development opportunities.
Located at the Middlebury Recreation Park, we are in a central location downtown, walking distance from the middle school and the high school. We strive to provide varied after-school and summer break programming. We look forward to meeting new teens and continuing to serve the youth of our community!
Physical Address: 77 Mary Hogan Dr., Middlebury, VT 05753
Meet The Team
We are excited to welcome Lindsey Fuentes George as the new executive director. A Georgia native, Lindsey has resided in Middlebury for 11 years, where she serves on the Town Selectboard and was recently elected to a second term.
She previously worked at the Counseling Service of Addison County and has a background in human services. As a mother of three and an active community member, Lindsey likes to read, garden, and watch sci-fi movies in her free time.
Nicholas, a Kentucky native, began volunteering at the Teen Center during his last semester at Middlebury College, served as an AmeriCorps State member with us starting Fall of 2019, and is now the Program Coordinator!
Nicholas has helped to expand the programming offerings here, makes some of the best snacks around, and continues to provide quality support to our local youth. When not in service, Nicholas can be found watching anime, baking up a storm, or plotting Halloween shenanigans!
Resource Development and Volunteer Coordinator, AmeriCorps Vista
Justice was born and raised in Bainbridge, Georgia. She was a resident until 2015, where she moved to Columbus, Ga, for college. Justice is a recent History graduate of Columbus State University.
Justice is passionate about community engagement and problem-solving world issues for developing communities. At home, Justice spends her time cooking, dancing, singing, and listening to podcasts.