There’s a staffing crisis in Vermont and across the country. In fact, last year Vermont led the nation in the number of job vacancies per person. Supported Employment initiatives across the Vermont Care Partner (VCP) network, including our own Way2Work program, are contributing to our economy while enhancing health and wellness.
The latest in our VCP sponsor spotlight series in VTDigger, Supported Employment: wellness, meaningful work, filling jobs, features our colleagues at Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC).
This article is part of a collaboration produced by members of Vermont Care Partners (VCP), a statewide network of sixteen non-profit, community-based agencies (including CCS) providing mental health, substance use and intellectual and developmental disability support.
Read previous articles in this series:
- Supporting Shelby: Family and Community Collaboration
- Intensive EMDR Therapy (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)
- Stress Free in 2023: Creating complementary wellness initiatives to traditional mental health care
- There for Vermonters: VT Care Partners community mental health and disability agencies