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Child Care, Parenting, & Early Education

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A program of United Ways of Vermont, 2-1-1 is a toll free confidential statewide information and referral service operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with language translation available. 2-1-1 offers a comprehensive searchable database of services and trained information and referral specialists offer personalized assistance by telephone any time, and respond to texts and emails Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 10:00 pm. When callers dial 211 (option 6), they can speak with trained Help Me Grow Child Development Specialists who connect children and their families to community-based services and resources for children from born through age eight. They offer care coordination and help with navigating services to ensure families connect to the resources and services they need.

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Child Abuse Hotline: (800) 649-5285
Child Care Helpline: (800) 649-2642
Child Support Helpline: (800) 786-3214
Economic Benefits: (800) 479-6151
Vermont Parents’ Help Line: (800)-244-5373 and by email:
Vermont Family Network Helpline (802) 876-5315 or


Child care resources for parents and guardians
Vermont Agency of Human Services, Department for Children and Families

Voice Concerns about Child Care in Vermont

If you have a concern about a program, provider, a specific circumstance, or state regulations, contact the Child Care Consumer Line: 800-649-2642 or email

•    Get information about child care providers (e.g., when they became licensed, if they are accredited or have a STARS rating, and if they've had any licensing violations in the past year);
•    Voice a concern about a provider (e.g., unregulated, lack of supervision, too many children, unqualified or not enough staff, inappropriate guidance and discipline, unsafe environment); or
•    Make a formal complaint about a child care provider.

Search for Quality Child Care Online

Search the state-regulated child care providers database, Bright Futures Child Care Information System (BFIS).

Get Help in Your Area to Find Quality Child Care

Your local Community Child Care Support Agency has Child Care Referral Specialists that can help you find child care and/or answer questions about child care. In addition to child care referrals, Specialists provide child care resource development and training support and eligibility determination for the Vermont Child Care Financial Assistance Program.

Explore Child Care Financial Assistance

The state’s Child Care Financial Assistance Program provides financial assistance (subsidy) and tax credits you may be eligible for based on your need for child care, household income, and family size.

Learn about Child Tax Benefits

Explore child tax benefits you may be eligible for that may reduce the amount of taxes you owe.

Find a Quality Child Care Provider Using the STARS Program

Find a participating provider in STep Ahead Recognition System (STARS), Vermont's quality recognition system for child care, preschool, and afterschool programs.

Learn about Regulations for Child Care Programs

Learn more about regulations for home and centered based providers.

Vermont’s Community Child Care Support Agencies

Regional child care agencies that help families find child care providers and apply for child care financial assistance.

Child Development Division, Department for Children and Families

The Vermont Child Development Division provides resources to help you understand your child’s developmental stages, early intervention, family support and prevention for youg children and quality child care and supports for children up to age 13. The Division's goal is to increase access to high-quality, sustainable services that are developmentally beneficial for children, strengthen families, and meet their needs. They do this in partnership with families, communities, schools, providers and state and federal agencies.

Children's Integrated Services (CIS) Contacts

CIS is a resource for pregnant or postpartum people and families with children from birth to age six. Services include early intervention (IDEA Part C), maternal/child health and nursing, early childhood and family mental health, and specialized child care services. Local CIS Team Coordinators can will tell you what services you may be eligible for and help you access those services and other resources you need.

Building Bright Futures

Building Bright Futures serves both as the state's Early Childhood Advisory Council and the governance structure Vermont’s early childhood system. Building Bright Futures  works to improve the well-being of children and families in Vermont by using evidence to inform policy and bringing voices together across sectors and within regions to discuss critical challenges and problem-solve.

Head Start & State Collaboration Office

Head Start and Early Head Start are federally funded child development programs that provide comprehensive development services for low-income children and social services for their families. Pregnant women and families with children birth to five years old that meet eligibility to the program may receive free early education and care for their child. Eligible families choose from a wide array of child development and family support services at no cost.  Head Start programs offer learning environments designed to support children’s cognitive, social, and emotional development.

Let's Grow Kids
19 Marble Avenue, Suite 4
Burlington, VT 05401
(802) 448-0483

Let’s Grow Kids is a statewide movement to ensure affordable access to high-quality childcare for all Vermont families by 2025. They work with business and health care leaders, community partners, early educators, elected officials, local communities, and families to build a high-quality childcare system in our state by advocating for increased public investment in early care and education, supporting Vermont’s early educators through technical assistance and grants, and helping families, employers, and community members to share their stories about the need for affordable, high-quality early care and learning opportunities.

Parent Child Centers

Parent Child Centers are a clearinghouse for general information about child and family issues; they offer home visits to families with young children; playgroups; parent education; and advocacy for parents.

Specialized Child Care Coordinators

Specialized Child Care Coordinators help child care providers, social workers, families, and community partners with issues related to specialized child care.


Good Beginnings | Central Vermont

Good Beginnings of Central Vermont brings community to families and their babies. Programming includes home visits by volunteer "postpartum angels" who provide respite, companionship, and connections to the community, as well as help accessing resources for breastfeeding, parenting support, postpartum depression, and basic needs.  Good Beginnings also provides Journey Into Parenthood workshops, babywearing clinics, and childbirth education scholarship, as well as The Nest, a gathering place.

Good Beginnings of the Upper Valley provides in-home volunteer visitors who provide weekly home visits for three consecutive months, education and support programming, and a special Mentors Of Moms program.

Good Beginnings | Upper Valley

Good Beginnings of the Upper Valley provides in-home volunteer visitors who provide weekly home visits for three consecutive months, education and support programming, and a special Mentors Of Moms program.

Help Me Grow Vermont

Call 2-1-1 x 6

Text HMGVT to 898211

Help Me Grow Vermont is a free service for all prenatal parents and families with young children through age eight. Parents and caregivers anywhere in Vermont can dial 2-1-1 extension 6 and be connected with trained Vermont Child Development Specialists who can answer parent and caregiver questions and concerns.  Help Me Grow builds families’ and service providers’ understanding of early development, promotes the importance of social and emotional skill development, and connects children to the community resources and supports they need, when they need them.

Lund Family Center: Kids-A-Part Program

76 Glen Road
Burlington, VT
(802) 864-7467

Created in 2006 by the Vermont Children’s Aid Society, the Kids-A-Part program focuses on children experiencing trauma due to an incarcerated parent. The program uses both prison and community programs to support families and break the cycle of intergenerational criminal behavior.

Mentor Vermont

Find mentoring programs for youth available across the state.

National Association for the Education of Young Children

The mission of the National Association for the Education of Young Children is to serve and act on behalf of the needs, rights and well-being of all young children with primary focus on the provision of educational and developmental services and resources.

Parenting Resources to Promote Family Well-Being
Child Welfare Information Gateway,U S Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Administration for Children & Families, Children's Bureau

Parenting Tips
Children's Bureau, with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Tipsheets for Parents
Children's Bureau, with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Vermont Parent's Home Companion & Resource Directory

A parenting guide & resource directory published by Prevent Child Abuse Vermont.

Parent Up Vermont
Vermont Department of Health

Vermont Department of Health’s Parent Up Vermont website provides help and guidance about how to address tough topics with kids, like substance use and mental wellness in a way that is supportive and as effective as possible.

PBS Parents

PBS Parents is a resource that’s filled with information on child development and early learning.

Safe Havens for Babies in Vermont
Vermont Agency of Human Services

(800) 649-4357

You, or a person acting on your behalf can bring your baby, up to 30 days old, to any Safe Haven in Vermont. A Safe Haven is any fire or police station, health care facility, place of worship, emergency responder contacted through 911, or an adoption agency licensed in Vermont where one can drop off their baby, up to 30 days old, to be given up for adoption without fear of arrest as long as the infant has not been abused/neglected. You can also call 911 and meet with an emergency responder who can receive your baby. You can leave your baby with a volunteer or employee of a Safe Haven without fear of arrest as long as the baby has not been abused or neglected.

Vermont Early Childhood Advocacy Alliance

15 State Street
Montpelier, VT 05602

The Vermont Early Childhood Advocacy Alliance is a statewide coalition of early childhood professionals and providers, parents, and employers working together to improve public policies that impact young children from birth to age eight on issues of health, safety, food security, economic security, and early care and education.  To achieve this goal, the Alliance focuses on the creation and support of an annual legislative agenda based the coalition’s priority issues in the Vermont legislature.

Vermont Children’s Trust Foundation

95 St. Paul Street, Ste 330
Burlington, VT 05401

The Vermont Children’s Trust Foundation promotes the well-being of children and families in Vermont by raising funds for community-based prevention programs.

Vermont Helplink

Resources for alcohol and drug support for pregnant and parenting Vermonters.

Vermont Partnership for Fairness and Diversity

18 Town Crier Drive
Brattleboro VT 05301

(802) 254-2972

The Vermont Partnership for Fairness and Diversity works to strengthen inclusive and equitable practices as a means to eliminate prejudice and discrimination of all kinds.  The Partnership provides assistance, support, and advocacy related to inclusion, diversity, and equity in the public sphere.  Programs and services include:
Cultural Enrichment
•    Engaging students with cultural enrichment programs that helps them understand and practice inclusive and equitable behaviors
•    Increasing educator awareness to and skills for teaching more culturally diverse classroom
•    Providing individuals considering relocation to Vermont with testimonials of Vermonters of color
•    Enhancing human resource department capacity to recruit a more diverse workforce
•    Promoting civic engagement by Vermonters of color (Resolve to get involved!)
Vermont African American Heritage Trail
•    Promoting cultural tourism
•    Establishing Vermont as a desirable destination for  tourists, convention  goers, college students, entrepreneurs, and  recreationalists of color
•    Teaching Vermont students and families about Vermont’s African American history
Vermont Vision for a Multicultural Future
•    Increasing the number of organizations or agencies that employ inclusive and equitable business practices
•    Strengthening inclusive and equitable business practices across multiple sectors (law enforcement, media, municipal government, state government,  tourism , education)

Voices for Vermont's Children

149 State Street
P.O. Box 261
Montpelier,VT 05601

(802) 229-6377

The mission of the Voices for Vermont's Children is to promote public policy that enhances the lives of children and youth in Vermont. Voices applies research, analysis and the lived experience of kids and families to the pursuit of equity and justice for kids.
* Advocacy during the Vermont legislative session
* Grass roots organizing and advocacy training in local communities
* Crucial information, advocacy updates, special reports and fact sheets on issues and policy important to children and youth, including publication of Vermont KIDS COUNT, a national and state-by-state project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation to track the status of children in the United States. and other child well-being reports
* Trainings on public education and advocacy in local communities
* Raising awareness and building networks around specific issues, including the Vermont Education Equity Project with Public Assets

Youth Resources in Vermont

Find youth resources by category statewide


Camp for Me

P.O. Box 4177
Burlington, VT  05406


Camp for Me is a summer camp hosted at Stowe High School for adopted children, ages 7-17, that provides activities such as field sports, arts & crafts, field trips, swimming, hiking and just hanging out with other adopted girls and boys.

Kinship caregiver resources and supports
Vermont Agency of Human Services, Department for Children and Families

Lund Family Center

P.O. Box 4009
Burlington, VT 05406

(802) 864-7467/ (800) 639-1741 (Toll Free)

The Lund Family Center’s full-service adoption program offers a variety of services including: infant adoption, adoption of older children, lifelong support for adopted children and their families, options counseling for pregnant women, counseling for birth fathers, Discover your Roots (to help adoptees, birth parents, and adoptive parents find information and connection), as well as community events for children and adoptees.

Vermont Consortium for Adoption and Guardianship

280 State Drive
Waterbury, VT 05671-2401
(802) 241-0901

The Vermont Adoption Consortium is comprised of agencies and groups from around the state who have joined together for a common purpose: to support Vermont's guardian and adoptive families. Services available to families include: post adoption and guardianship support, a guide for those parenting by adoption or guardianship, the voices at the table blog, referrals to community resources; support groups; advice with birth parent relationships; and a large lending library.

Vermont Foster/Adoptive Family Association

With a mission to empower, support, and unify foster and adoptive families by strengthening the systems that care for Vermont’s children, the Association offers youth education grants and activity funds.

Vermont Kin as Parents

33 Blair Park Rd 100
Williston, Vermont 05495

(802) 871-5104

Vermont Kin as Parents is committed to support relatives who are raising children and to educate the public and community partners about the joys and difficulties these families experience.  VKAP provides a variety of resources and services to families.


Children with Special Health Needs Program of the Vermont Department of Health

108 Cherry Street
P.O. Box 70
Burlington, VT 05402
(800) 660-4427 / (802) 863-7338

The Children with Special Health Needs (CSHN) program was started by the Vermont Department of Health to assist children and young adults with complex health conditions. The program provides a large selection of services to children (Vermont residents, birth to age 21) and to their families. CSHN works to provide information, medical services, care coordination and resources to help families support their children’s wellbeing, growth and development. Children with Special Health Needs (CSHN) supports Vermont children and youth with special health needs by ensuring comprehensive, culturally sensitive, community-based and family-centered services. This is a free public health program for families.

Easter Seals Vermont

641 Comstock Road, Suite 1
Berlin, VT 05602
(802) 223-4744

Easterseals serves children and adults with disabilities and their families, offering a wide range of services helping our clients build the skills and access the resources they need to live, learn, work and play.  Programs offered with Child and Family Services include family time coaching, family support, family group conferences, screening, transportation services, safe babies court, family treatment court, and case reviews.

Howard Center Developmental Services

208 Flynn Avenue, Suite 3J
Burlington, VT 05401

(802) 488-6500 / 877-217-7019

Howard Center Developmental Services provides support to individuals with intellectual disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families. They offer a wide range of resources and programs for individuals to access their community, build social connections, maintain employment, and live as independently as possible.  They strongly believe that communities are enriched when individuals with disabilities are given opportunities for inclusion, independence, and self-determination. These principles are embedded in all of the programs provided at Howard Center, Developmental Services.

Partners in Adventure, Inc.

(802) 425-2638

Partners In Adventure provides camps and year-round social and recreation programs partnering disabled teens with non-disabled peers in northern Vermont. We offer individuals opportunities to be included as participants in their communities, to enjoy enriching experiences adapted to their specific needs and to learn about tolerance and diversity.

Vermont Family Network

600 Blair Park Rd, Ste 240
Williston, VT 05495


Helpline (802) 876-5315 or

Talk with experienced Family Support staff who are parents themselves about concerns you may have for your child at school, at home, or in the community. Learn about supports and resources that can help your child and family.

In-Person Support: Family Support staff are available to discuss concerns about your child’s health, education or well-being, assisting with filling out forms, helping to prepare for meetings at school or in the community, and review resources and supports. On a limited basis, Family Support staff may be available to attend a school or health-related meeting with you or participate via telephone.

Parent Leadership: Share your family story to raise awareness and make systems change.

Parent Match Program: Request a parent match with one of our mentor parents who has walked a similar path and understands the challenges of raising a child with a disability.

Webinars, workshops, and an annual conference

Funding: Parents and caregivers may apply for grants to attend a conference related to their child’s diagnosis, to start a family-led support group, and for medically necessary supplemental funding.
Support Groups: VFN maintains a statewide list of support groups facilitated by parents.

Sibshops: Brothers and sisters come together for fun activities and to meet others who know what it’s like to be a sibling to those with disabilities or special health care needs, for children ages 6+.

Vermont Adaptice Ski & Sports

PO Box 139
Killington, VT 05751

(802) 786-4991

Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports is a nationally recognized organization that empowers people of all ages and all abilities through inclusive sports and recreational programming regardless of ability to pay. In addition to sports, year-round programming options integrate environmental, holistic wellness, and competitive training philosophies for people of all ages with cognitive, developmental, physical and emotional disabilities.  They serve clients of all abilities with physical, cognitive and emotional/behavioral disabilities from all over the world in three locations in Vermont during the winter – Killington Resort and Pico Mountain in Killington; Sugarbush Resort in Warren; and Bolton Valley Ski Area in Bolton. Summer programs are provided state-wide. Many of our programs include environmental education, wellness, and special programs designed specifically for veterans.

Vermont Autism Task Force

The Vermont Autism Task Force (VATF) is a non-governmental grassroots committee of volunteers interested in improving services and supports for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their families.  The VATF seeks to improve relevant policy and service delivery to promote best practices and the inclusion of people on the autism spectrum in communities across the state of Vermont. The VATF advocates for people on the spectrum and their families by sharing information to facilitate connections to existing resources.

Vermont Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health

600 Blair Park Road
P.O. Box 1577
Williston, VT 05495

(802) 876-7021 / (800) 639-6071

The Vermont Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health exists to support families and children where a child or youth, age 0-22, is experiencing or at risk to experience emotional, behavioral, or mental health challenges. The organization provides information and resources for families to help their children and collaborates with larger institutions to help spread awareness about mental illness in youth and to end the stigma surrounding mental illness.


Hotline to Report Suspected Child Abuse & Neglect: (800) 649-5285

Report Child Abuse in Vermont
Agency of Human Services, Department for Children and Families, Family Services Division

Protecting children is everyone's business. Your report could protect a child, get help for a family, and even save a child’s life. Harm can occur through abandonment of the child, emotional maltreatment, neglect, or physical injury. Anyone can make a report of child abuse. Call the hotline or access the website in order to get advice or make a report. The Agency of Human Services Family Services Division (FSD) makes sure children and youth are safe from abuse, their basic needs are met, they abide by the law, and their families are supported to achieve these goals.

Agency of Human Services, Department for Children and Families, District offices

Child Safety and Protection information
Agency of Human Services, Department for Children and Families

Find information and services related to child safety and protection in Vermont.

Child Lures / Teen Lures Prevention Works

5166 Shelburne Road
Shelburne, VT 05482


Child Lures / Teen Lures Prevention spreads awareness about how children and teenagers may find themselves in situations that lead to sexual abuse and how to prevent child sexual abuse from happening. They offer sexual abuse and abduction prevention programs to parents, schools, and students across the country so that the information necessary to identify and prevent sexual abuse is widespread and easily accessible.

Kidpower Vermont

P.O. Box 94
North Ferrisburgh, VT 05473
(802) 425-KIDS (5437)

Kidpower is an innovative and effective nonprofit program that teaches children, teens, and adults of all ages and abilities how to detect and deter potential violence, bullying and abuse. Skills are taught in a safe, supportive environment to increase self-esteem and confidence in a way that is positive and enjoyable, not scary.

KidSafe Collaborative of Chittenden County

45 Kilburn Street, Burlington, VT 05401

(802) 863-9626

KidSafe is a partnership of over 30 organizations dedicated to preventing child abuse and child neglect in Vermont. They work to connect families and children that are in crisis with appropriate services and supports. They help to provide training to individuals working with families and children around how to recognize maltreatment. They also provide services to help parents who are facing issues that could affect the child(ren)’s safety.  KidSafe connects:
• families in crisis/kids at risk with coordinated services and supports
•  Vermonters who work with children and youth with training, to know how to recognize and report suspected maltreatment
•  human services staff with each other, connecting people and agencies so that our child protection systems are effective.
At the family level, KidSafe leads Child Protection Teams that provide coordinated supports for parents who are coping with issues that are affecting their child(ren)’s safety.  KidSafe brings together everyone who can help, to work with the parents and take concrete steps to immediately improve the family’s safety.

Prevent Child Abuse Vermont

P.O. Box 829
Montpelier, Vermont 05601

(802) 229-5724

Vermont Parents’ Help Line: (800)-244-5373 and by email:

Prevent Child Abuse Vermont provides information, resources, and a variety of programs for preventing and stopping child abuse. Topics cover sexual, emotional and physical abuse. Tips and help are available on how to recognize signs that a child has been abused, how to spot potential abusers, who to contact if you are suspicious, what the laws are, parenting alternatives to abusive behaviors, parenting classes and support groups, and medical resources for abused children.

For over 30 years, they’ve produced the Vermont Parents' Home Companion & Resource Directory, a parenting guide to child development featuring tips for everyday problems and a complete list of local and statewide and national resources for children and families by county.

Prevent Child Abuse Vermont programs, many free of charge, are available for children, teens, parents and other adults and include:
Family Support programs: Nurturing Parenting, Circle of Parents, and Strengthening Families
Safe environments for infants and toddlers: including tips on how to parent Toddlers safely, how to soothe a crying baby, stress management tips, Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma Prevention
Child Sexual Abuse prevention programs
Healthy relationships
Adult responsibility


PO Box 251
Chelsea, Vermont 05038

(802) 685-3138

SafeArt is an organization of trauma-informed practitioners who engage creative expression, mindfulness, movement, social action, and connection to the natural world. We promote community wellness, healing and social change in Central Vermont, the Upper Valley and beyond.

Safer Society Foundation Press

P.O. Box 340
Brandon, Vermont 05733-0340

(802) 247-3132

The Safer Society Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit agency, is a national research, advocacy, and referral center on the prevention and treatment of sexual abuse. The Vermont office, based in Brandon offers a wide selection of books, cassettes, and videos for offenders, victims, family members, and clinicians addressing the prevention and treatment of sexual abuse.

Step Up: Protect Kids From Child Sexual Abuse

A Department for Children and Families’ (DCF) website about preventing child sexual abuse. Learn the facts about child sexual abuse. Get tips for talking about it. Learn how to proactively plan for your children’s safety. Find out what to do and who to call if you notice inappropriate behavior or suspect abuse. Get connected to resources such as helplines, hotlines, and services. Download a free guide to protecting children from sexual abuse. DCF social workers have special training and expertise in helping abused children and their families. Call your district office if you think a child has been abused and ask to speak with an intake worker.

Stop It Now! Vermont


A confidential hotline for the parents of young people who are acting out sexually, family members or friends of child sexual abusers, and abusers themselves. The goal of STOP IT NOW! is to help abusers step forward, seek help, take responsibility, and begin to change their lives and to help provide communities with the infrastructure necessary to prevent child sexual abuse before children are harmed.

Vermont Center for Prevention and Treatment of Sexual Abuse

The Vermont Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Sexual Abuse is mandated by Vermont law to coordinate and oversee the state’s systematic response to sexual assault and child sexual abuse. It is jointly administered by the Department of Corrections and the Department for Children and Families.


Mentor Vermont

Find mentoring programs for youth available across the state.

Spectrum Youth and Family Services

31 Elmwood Avenue
Burlington, VT 05401

(802) 864-7423 / (802) 862-5396

Spectrum Youth and Family Services is a community-based nonprofit organization providing housing and support services for homeless, foster, and at-risk youth.

Vermont Agency of Human Services, Department for Children and Families
At Risk Youth Information

This page describes the process when youth come to Family Services Division attention because of their own behaviors.  Family Services may get a report alleging that a youth ran away from home, has been engaging in risky behaviors, or has been habitually truant from school (at least 20 days) without good reason.

Vermont Agency of Human Services, Department for Children and Families
Youth on Juvenile Probation Information

This page describes the process when a youth is placed on probation, and a Family Services social worker may be assigned to supervise the probation and help make sure the youth meets the conditions of probation.

Vermont Agency of Human Services, Department for Children and Families
Youthful Offenders Information

This page describes the process when a youth is on youthful offender status, and a Family Services worker and Department of Corrections Probation Officer is assigned to supervise probation and help make sure the youth meets the conditions of probation.

Vermont Agency of Human Services, Department for Children and Families Balanced & Restorative Justice (BARJ)

BARJ is a balanced, restorative approach to juvenile justice. BARJ serves youth who are: on juvenile probation; at risk of becoming involved with the juvenile justice system;  or, are truant from school. It emphasizes: reducing the number of youth involved with the juvenile justice system; repairing the harm caused by delinquent behaviors; and, giving victims and community members a voice in the process.

Vermont Coalition of Runaway & Homeless Youth Programs

P.O. Box 627
38 Elm Street
Montpelier, VT 05602

(802) 229-9151

The Vermont Coalition of Runaway & Homeless Youth (VCRHYP) is an organization that works with several different agencies across the state to provide three critical types of services that act as a crucial safety net for Vermont youth and their families: Transitional Living, Runaway and Family Stabilization, and Street Outreach.  There are locations statewide.

Youth Resources in Vermont

Find youth resources by category statewide.

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