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CCS is excited to introduce RoZe Yar as our newest Service Coordinator. She brings several years’ experience in human services, including work in a pre-school classroom as a behavioral interventionist for children on the autism spectrum, and with the College...
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May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Read about the ignorance of a purposeful life, and more, in this Week Three Newsletter from Vermont’s Dept. of Mental Health. Learn more, including: the importance of social connection, and more, in this Week...
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The latest edition of our DIY (Do It Yourself) Newsletter is now available. Download it here!...
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CCS is an official “Best Place to Work in Vermont,” and WE’RE HIRING! Fulfilling positions plus great pay, benefits, and organizational culture. Openings in management, direct support, I.T. and more. See available positions at: https://ccs-vt.org/current-openings/...
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Thank you to Vermont Parks Forever for awarding a 2022 Park Access Grant to CCS! The grant provides 75 passes for use by our consumers and their family or support staff at Vermont State Parks around the state. (Passes will...
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Every month we invite CCS staff to nominate colleagues for “Catch-a-Star” awards to recognize exceptional recent work. Here are those honored at our May all-staff meeting: Pat – I’d like to thank Pat for all the support she has given...
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Our super volunteer and first-year Medical student Ash Sarathy offers the fourth in her series of health tip posts, “Let’s Talk About Health,” this time touching on Mental Health for the May Awareness Month. Read the pdf  here: Let’s Talk About Mental...
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CCS is pleased to welcome Jennifer Lian as a Residential Program Manager. With more than twenty years of experience as a Senior Professional Advisor at Professional and Continuing Education (PACE) at the University of Vermont (UVM), Jennifer has worked with...
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Vermont Care Partners agencies are presenting FREE screenings of this important IndieFlix film on CyberBullying. In Chittenden County, CCS is helping to promote the screening presented by our colleagues at Howard Center on Wed., May 4th. The film will b...
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In February CCS Executive Director Beth Sightler was interviewed by New England Psychologist about our workforce pressures, and the piece was recently published. Read the full article here....
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