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CCS is proud to be a sponsor of Global Roots Film Festival: Disability. A project of the Vermont International Film Festival, it happens April 13-15 at Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center, 60 Lake St, Burlington. The festival schedule includes 10...
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Elizabeth Sighter, executive Director at CCS, and president of Vermont Care Network, testified before the House Human Services Committee on January 31, Mental Health Advocacy Day. Read her full testimony....
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Executive Director Elizabeth Sightler presented an extensive memo to the CCS Board of Directors outlining fiscal year accomplishments and milestones. This report will also be outlined in our upcoming Annual Report, but you may also download the full report here....
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CCS is excited to announce Vermont Care Partner’s annual conference to continue the discussion with national, regional, and local speakers about health care disparities, cultural competence and ways we can improve our service delivery, support and protection of all Vermonters....
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CCS will be CLOSED on Monday, January 15th in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Our friends at ECHO Leahy Center is partnering with the City of Burlington for the city’s official celebration of this holiday. Here is a...
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“CCS: Cooking with our Community and Sharing our stories” is coming soon. Sarah DeBouter and Ashley Dubois built on a project initiated by then-intern Ashely and fellow interns Emma Simon and Claire Marton and unveiled this beautiful prototype at the...
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We think CCS is a great place to work and we are proud of the outstanding staff that helps make CCS a special place. We also like to point out exemplary service above and beyond the call! Each month we recognize staff...
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CCS is pleased to announce that Peggy Day of Shelburne, VT has joined its Board of Directors. Day worked for 28 years as an intellectual property attorney before retiring, then working part-time at a state university, supporting students with disabilities,...
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Join our dedicated staff and make a difference in someone’s life. CCS is hiring direct service staff to offer one-to-one supports to people with intellectual disabilities and autism. Help us build a community where everyone participates and everyone belongs. See...
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CCS will be CLOSED on Monday, Sept. 4 in honor of Labor Day. “Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It...
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