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CCS will be closed for services on Monday, October 14th in recognition of Vermont’s celebration of Indigenous Peoples Day. We will re-open at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, October 15th....
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The staff was still buzzing about “the best retreat ever,” so it was no surprise when Staff Retreat organizers Karen and Julie swept the “Catch-a-Star” awards* at our October meeting. The awards: Karen & Julie: Shout out to Julie and Karen...
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Bridging students staffed the cameras while some of their classmates asked questions or recited a favorite Shakespeare quote as CCTV Channel 17 in Burlington featured the new partnership with The Flynn Center for Performing Arts. Funded in part by a...
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Did you know that one person dies by suicide every three days in Vermont? The most common age range is youth 12-15, but people across all ages and demographics are struggling. Read the rest of the second in VTDigger’s four-part...
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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. We’re a little late reporting last month’s Catch-A-Star winners, but they doesn’t dim their...
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Thanks to VTDigger for presenting a four-part commentary from Vermont Care Partners on Suicide Prevention Awareness. Read Part 1 of that series. ...
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Our award-winning Way2Work supported employment program seeks a creative and outgoing individual to join our dynamic team as an Employment Specialist.   The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting individuals in developing career goals, job seeking skills, securing employment, and on the job training.  In addition, the candidate will...
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The Summer 2019 issue of DIY (Do It Yourself) Newsletter is now available. Read it here!...
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The Department of Disabilities Aging and Independent Living, Developmental Disabilities Services Division would like to invite individuals who receive services, family members, advocacy organizations, providers and any other stakeholders interested in Developmental Disabilities Services to a regional public input meeting. Each meeting...
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We are proud to announce that Brent Hewey is now Associate Director at Champlain Community Services. Brent has served CCS for 20 years in both direct service and management roles. He has made significant contributions as a trainer, mentor, and...
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