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Rethinking your career? Know another great person who is? Join the staff at CCS and help build a community where everyone participates and belongs – at one of the “Best Places to Work in Vermont.” View Current Openings!...
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CCS is excited to officially welcome Peguy Kulemfuka to our team as our newest Direct Support Professional (DSP). “I appreciate the opportunity, and i am so happy to join the CCS Community,” Peguy said, Welcome aboard, and best of luck,...
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The Winter issue of DIY (Do It Yourself) Newsletter is now available. Read it here!...
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Coordinate residential and community supports for a humorous woman who leads an active life and likes to spend time outside. The ideal candidate will enjoy working in a team-oriented position, have strong clinical skills, and demonstrated leadership. Client therapeutic needs require...
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It’s a THREE-PEAT! For a third consecutive year, CCS made the list of the 50 Best Places to Work in Vermont. Thanks to the entire CCS community as this honor wouldn’t be possible without all of us pulling together! Employers...
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CCS is excited to officially welcome Alyssa Bernstein to our staff as a Direct Support Professional (DSP). Alyssa’s not brand new to CCS though; last year she served as an intern while completing her final year earning her Master of Social Work (MSW) degree at UVM.  ...
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CCS Board of Directors and Management publicly thanks its incredible staff for its hard work and dedication to our mission during the COVID epidemic. We are placing ads in a number of media outlets, including this one in the current...
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CCS will be closed for services on Monday, January 18 in celebration of the National Holiday recognizing Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. A good time to reflect on the CCS mission of “building a community where everyone participates and belongs.”...
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Every month at our “All-Staff” meeting we announce a list of “Catch-a-Star” award winners – staff members “caught in the act” of being extraordinary and nominated by their colleagues who noticed. Here are the awardees from the January 2021 meeting!...
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Deaths by suicide and fatal overdoses have increased across Vermont and the nation causing immense pain and challenges. COVID has accelerated this rise and its aftermath of trauma will trail well behind the pandemic.   At the Clara Martin Center (CMC),...
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