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Our super volunteer and first-year Medical student Ash Sarathy offers her first in a series of health tip posts, taking on the challenge of staying active in winter. Read her full post here: Staying Active During Vermont Winters, and keep an eye out for...
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CCS welcomes Sonam Friedensohn to our management team as our newest Service Coordinator. “I will be coordinating services for consumers on my caseload,” he said of his new role. “I hope to listen, learn, and understand everyone’s needs so that...
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VTDigger’s Final Reading Newsletter takes a hard look at chronic underfunding of community-based mental heath and developmental services providers. Read it at https://mailchi.mp/…/final-reading-9cbbzm9k0t-2605437…...
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Meet Ashwini (“Ash”) Sarathy, a first year medical student and CCS volunteer. Ash has offered her time and expertise to write an occasional blog post – “Let’s talk about Health with Ash” – with health tips and information for the...
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We are proud to announce that CCS has earned “Best Places to Work in Vermont for 2022” recognition, the fourth consecutive year we’ve received this honor.  Project partners Workforce Research Group Vermont Business Magazine made the announcement, also on behalf of...
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The Winter 2022 edition of DIY (Do It Yourself) Newsletter is now available. Read it here...
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Congratulations, and thanks for the work, to all those recognized with “Catch-a-Star” honors at our February All-Staff meeting! Lucy – I would like to recognize Lucy Rogate. She has been a very valuable part of my daughter’s world and the...
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Many of you have asked how you can help with advocacy this year, below is an opportunity coming up next week. When it comes to discussions about pay, the legislators prefer to hear from people in services, family members or...
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SAVE THE DATE! Thursday, March 10: The Vermont Care Partners 2022 Annual Conference, “Promoting Resilience Through Complex Times.” This is a virtual event. Dr. Thema Bryant, PhD. will present the keynote address, “Using Self, Community, and Organizational Care to Combat...
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The CCS office will be closed on Monday, Jan. 17th in observance of Martin Luther King Day. “The time is always right to do what is right.” – Dr. MLK, Jr....
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