Monthly Archives: February 2023

Congratulations to Jennifer Wolcott, Senior Manager at CCS, for winning the 2023 Don Kent Award for Dedication, Integrity and Inclusion, as voted by her peers and colleagues. She received the award at CCS’ recent All-Staff In-Service day at Elley-Long. Here...
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“Creating Communities” highlights the work of our colleagues at Families First in Brattleboro and other members of the Developmental Services Action Consortium, and the benefits of shared living. The latest in the sponsor spotlight series, developed for publication in VTDigger...
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CCS WINS THE SUPER BOWL! Okay, not on the field, but in the “New Advertisers Super Bowl Squares” game sponsored by Hall Communications, which randomly assigned squares to new clients like CCS with the outcomes based on the actual game’s...
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Tackling the Crisis of Suicide: Postvention in the Workplace: “Vermont consistently has the highest suicide rate among the northeastern states, and a group of experts at Howard Center and the Center for Health and Learning have partnered to help address...
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“Our Children and youth’s mental health is at a crisis level never before experienced. The crisis is in Vermont, and throughout the U.S.” Our colleagues at Northeast Family Institute  (NFI) are among those vital to addressing the growing needs of our...
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CCS just earned recognition as one of the “Best Places to Work in Vermont” for a FIFTH consecutive year!   We are proud of this achievement, and we think it’s a reflection on our dedicated staff, our Board, everyone who...
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We are excited to introduce Letitia Mawuenyega, who has joined CCS as a Direct Support Professional (DSP). Welcome to Team CCS, Letitia, and best of luck!...
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The Winter 2023 issue of D.I.Y. (Do It Yourself) Newsletter is now available. Read it here!...
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There’s a staffing crisis in Vermont and across the country. In fact, last year Vermont led the nation in the number of job vacancies per person. Supported Employment initiatives across the  Vermont Care Partner (VCP) network, including our own Way2Work...
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Our volunteer blogger, and second-year medical student, Ashwini Sarathy is back with her latest “Let’s Talk” post. Read “Let’s Talk About Advocating for yourself”  for some important tips for home and on the road this winter.   Check out her...
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