All posts by: Mike

Mental Health Advocacy Day in Vermont is Wed., Jan. 29th at the State House in Montpelier. Make YOUR voice heard. Check this link to Vermont Care Partners website for more: https://vermontcarepartners.org/evrplus_registration/…...
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For the second straight year, CCS earned recognition as one of the Best Places to Work in Vermont! Award winners emerge from a two-part evaluation of statewide nominees; the first considers company’s workplace policies, practices, and demographics., and the second...
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CCS friend and supporter Dustin Lamore is sponsoring a special TWO-WEEK Tupperware sale to benefit CCS! Here’s how it works: Orders placed between Jan. 16th and Jan.30th will earn a FORTY PERCENT (40%) donation to CCS. You have TWO catalogs...
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CCS, named a Best Place to Work in Vermont, seeks a Senior Manager, QDDP (Qualified Developmental Disabilities Professional) with strong clinical and organizational skill. Provide leadership to our service coordinators, advocate for funding for the people we serve, and to...
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Each month we recognize staff members – nominated by their colleagues – who have been “caught in the act of doing something extraordinary” here at CCS.  These employees were honored at the January All-Staff meeting: Tyler:  For your efforts in getting up to...
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Vermont Care Partners holds its annual conference on March 13th 2020 (7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) at the Davis Center at UVM. Detailed info and registration link here. Continue the discussion with national, regional, and local speakers about health disparities,...
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Named one of the “Best Places to Work” in Vermont, CCS offers GREAT BENEFITS and a strong sense of teamwork. Want to give your best and get appreciated for it? Maybe it’s time to take a look at CCS. Join...
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CCS is excited to officially welcome Justin Levinson back to our team of Direct Support Professionals. He brings 10 years’ experience in the education and nonprofit sectors, including his previous DSP stint at CCS and work at a group home...
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Each month we recognize staff members – nominated by their colleagues – who have been “caught in the act of doing something extraordinary” here at CCS. These employees were honored at the December All-Staff meeting: Tricia:  For doing such fantastic work...
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CCS raises valuable funds for our programs supporting Vermonters with intellectual disabilities and autism through our Holiday Raffle and we invite you to BUY! Tickets are on sale through Thur., Dec. 12th at 11 a.m. Prize drawing starts at 12:30...
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