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Suicide does not discriminate and can affect anyone at any age. Tonight’s final segment of a week-long collaboration between Vermont Care Partners andd WCAX to get important information to Vermonters during suicide awareness month focused on “How to make sure...
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Vermont Care Partners (VCP) is reaching out to Vermonters during September – Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month – to provide education and information on the depth of suicide prevention and other mental health resources available statewide. WCAX is featuring Vermont...
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Bridging at CCS is off to a flying start. Here’s an update from coordinator Emily Anderson . . . “We had another wonderful Virtual Bridging Wednesday. Today we had guests Rose Bedard, our teaching artist from the Flynn Center for...
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Vermont Care Partners (VCP) is reaching out to Vermonters during September – Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month – to provide education and information on the depth of suicide prevention and other mental health resources available statewide. WCAX is featuring Vermont...
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CCS is excited to have advanced to the short-list for the prestigious international Zero Project Award 2021, recognizing innovative practices and policies in employment for people with disabilities. Each year, the Zero Project finds and shares Innovative Practices and Policies that...
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WCAX broadcast the second in its week of interviews with Vermont Care Partners and member agencies and consumers focused on suicide awareness and prevention. Vermont Care Partners (VCP) is reaching out to Vermonters during September – Suicide Awareness and Prevention...
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Vermont Care Partners (VCP) is reaching out to Vermonters during September – Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month – to provide education and information on the depth of suicide prevention and other mental health resources available statewide. WCAX is featuring Vermont...
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CCS, one of the “Best Places to Work” in VT 2019 and 2020), is hiring! Check, or share, our current openings at: http://ccs-vt.org/current-openings/...
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The U.S. Commisssion on Civil Rights has released an important report on the impact of sub-minimum wages on the civil rights of people with disabilities. The primary recommendation approved by the Commission majority: “Congress should repeal section 14(c) with a...
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September is National Suicide Prevention Month. Statistics tell us that suicide on the rise in the U.S., a 33% increase in the past two decades. There were more than 48,000 recorded suicided  in the U.S. in 2018. Further, research tells us that...
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