If helping people comes naturally to you, consider a career with CCN where you can make a living by helping others.


Our Direct Support Professionals provide support to other community members with developmental disabilities in their home, in the community, and/or at their place of employment based on their needs, interests and goals.  As a team member, you will play an important role in our mission to assist people to gain independence, build natural supports & relationships, and equality within the community.  No experience is necessary; extensive training is provided.  Potential job requirements may include personal care, valid driver’s license, and transportation in your personal vehicle.  We can accommodate full or part-time schedules, starting pay is $12.05/hr.  Full-time employees are eligible for benefits- health- medical and dental, life insurance, short and long-term disability and retirement savings options.  Visit to submit your application.

Lucía I. Boatman
Community Care Network
Rutland Mental Health Services
78 South Main Street
Rutland, VT 05701
(802) 770-5425

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Update on Senior Leader Team

Rutland Mental Health Services’ Senior Leaders as of August 1, 2016: Chief Executive Officer Dick Courcelle Chief Financial Officer Jim DiCosimo, CPA Chief Services Officer – Behavioral Health Laura Kass Chief Operations and HR Officer

New Chief Financial Officer

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Welcome our New Chief Financial Officer Jim DiCosimo joined CCN on August 1 as Chief Financial Officer.  Jim comes to RMHS after 21 years at Onondaga Community College in Syracuse, New York, where for the

RMHS Senior Leaders 2016

Dick Courcelle announced that Lorraine Jenne will remain with RMHS in a permanent capacity.  Lorraine has served since the summer as Interim Director of Human Resources.  She will become Director of Operations and Human Resources

RMHS Board Update

Jul 7,2016 Chris Keyser, Board Chairman, is pleased to announce the following recent Board Member Appointments: Laird Covey Kris Benway Police Chief Brian Kilcullen Attorney Mike McClallen Lillian Jackson These individuals bring a wealth of
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Report Details Chronic Underfunding Of Vermont’s Mental Health Agencies

A recent analysis of the budget at the Howard Center, which serves thousands of clients in Chittenden County, spotlighted some troubling fiscal inadequacies. There’s nothing new about mental health advocates pressing lawmakers for increased funding. But officials at the designated agencies that provide community-based services say the situation has turned dire, and independent regulators say the
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Judy Tietz, MD New Medical Director

I am pleased to announce that Judy Tietz, M.D. will become Medical Director for Rutland Mental Health Services effective July 1.  Dr. Tietz, a Board-Certified Adult Psychiatrist, has been with RMHS for nine years and
Press Release

RMHS Re-Designated by DMH & DAIL

Rutland, VT - February 26, 2016 - After completing a corrective action process that began last summer, Rutland Mental Health Services has received full Designation status from the Vermont Department of Mental Health (DMH) and

New CEO Appointed to Community Care Network

Dick Courcelle, a fourth generation Vermonter, was appointed the Chief Executive Officer of the Community Care Network which includes Rutland Mental Health Services and Rutland Community Programs.  Dick is a Rutland native with extensive experience