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Make your house a home to someone with an intellectual disability or autism and have a positive impact on their life, and yours! CCS is currently offering a variety of opportunities that could be the perfect match for your household...
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As promised, we are announcing the results of our Winner-Take-All raffle drawing . . . ASHLEY D., you won it all. Congratulations! Thanks to all who came out tonight to pack American Flatbread and support CCS by dining and buying...
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CCS is seeking a Service Coordinator to provide case management for individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism. The ideal candidate will enjoy working in a team-oriented position, have demonstrated leadership and a strong desire to improve the lives of others....
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CCS recently earned one of the first “top-rated” designations for 2019 from GreatNonprofits, a leading platform for community-sourced stories about nonprofits. Visit our page on the GreatNonprofits website!...
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Be a Shared Living Provider with CCS. Open your accessible home to someone with an intellectual disability or autism and make a positive impact on their life, and yours! A generous stipend, paid time off (respite), comprehensive training & supports...
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Listen to a very engaging podcast, “The Education of Bill Ashe,” as Bill talks with Roy Gerstenberger. Conversation centers on history and advancement of inclusion of people with all abilities, in Vermont and beyond....
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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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CCS anounces an $3,000 Arts Impact Grant from the Vermont Arts Council in support of an exciting collaboration between our great partners at Flynn Center for Performing Arts and our Bridging program. We will work with resident artists at Flynn...
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CCS is proud to support the efforts of our colleagues at Howard Center as we both join with the rest of our Vermont Care Partners (VCP) collaborative to present “Suicide: The Ripple Effect.” Our FREE Burlington screening is Thurs. Sept...
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Celebrate all Direct Support Professionals at the State House in Montpelier on Thursday, Sept. 12 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sponsored by Green Mountain Self-Advocates and Vermont Care Partners. Details on event flyer...
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