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CCS is excited to welcome Rachel Altman as a new Direct Support Professional (DSP). She will be working alongside CCS consumers in their homes, communities and workplaces to support them in reaching their goals and build meaningful relationships.   “Working with people, building...
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This week is our annual Workplace Campaign for United Way of Northwest Vermont. Contributions to United Way mean investment in so many important community agencies’ services and initiatives, including our own Way2Work employment program. We encourage CCS staff to participate,...
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CCS has earned “Top-Rated” status on GreatNonProfits.org for a third consecutive year. GreatNonProfts is a nonprofit that offers a platform to highlight the work of successful nonprofit organizations through crowd-sourced sitroes and reviews, as well as agency-provided information and reports....
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We love our staff at CCS, and each month we invite them to nominate peers who have shined extra brightly for monthly “Catch-A-Star” recognition. Here are the October winners . . . Michelle P –  I called her when my...
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Spencer Mooney has joined the CCS staff as a program manager who will be providing individualized supports to a consumer in their apartment. Spencer brings nearly 10 years of human services experience, including work as a Shared Living Provider and...
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CCS is excited to welcome Jonaé Dixon to its management team as a Service Coordinator. She graduated from Longwood University earlier this year with a Criminology/ Criminal Justice major and minor in Psychology. “When I am not working, I like...
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Join us for our annual Benefit Bake – the “Fall Classic” –  at American Flatbread Burlington Hearth. Tuesday, Oct. 26th from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. A portion of the price of EVERY flatbread sold goes to CCS programs such...
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CCS is excited to welcome Phiona Atuhaire as a new Direct Support Professional (DSP). She will work one-on-one with individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism in support of their ISA goals. Phiona is also a graduate student, carrying out research...
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Every three years the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) Survey asks, “What do you think can strengthen the health of your community?” Join the conversation about how to strengthen community health in Chittenden and GrandIsle Counties by taking the survey,...
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Last week, Michelle Paya and Team Way2Work organized a pizza lunch thank you (with gifts!) for Kristin Ketterman, who served as a summer intern this year. Michelle praised her as “Our spectacular intern for our education and employment programs at...
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