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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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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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Welcome back, Torin Kearns, who has rejoined Team CCS as a Direct Support Professional. As a DSP, he says he’ll help individuals reach their full potential through integration within the community. “I could not be more excited to rejoin the...
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Here is the virtual schedule for the week of Monday 3/21-Friday 3/25. If you haven’t had a chance to join virtual activities yet, the time is now! We have a lot of cool things happening and we want YOU to...
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Meet this month’s “Staff Stars,” caught in the act of doing the little (or large) extras on the job, as nominated by their colleagues for Catch-a-Star recognition. Nurse Laurie – for her amazing ability to tackle challenging conversations with clients...
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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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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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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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EXCITING NEWS: Please support this event if you can! On August 23rd, Champlain Voices Self-Advocacy group is conducting its first ever Walk/Run/Rollathon on the green in Colchester’s Fort Ethan Allen. This event will also be the group’s first time together since our weekly meetings...
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