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Early Childhood Program Receives Stewart’s Holiday Match

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The Rutland Mental Health Services Early Childhood Program received Support from Stewart’s Shops Again this year.

Lauren Norford, Director of RMHS Early Childhood Program, reports that the Behavioral Health Early Childhood Program has received $500 from Stewart’s again this year. The donation was collected and matched in its shops from Thanksgiving until Christmas since 1986. Stewart’s credits the success of this program to its customers for their generous contributions, the dedicated shop partners who worked diligently to collect the funds, and to media partners who helped spread the word throughout the region. These funds will be used to support the work the Early Childhood team is doing with Parent Child Interaction Therapy (for behavior disturbance) and Child Parent Psychotherapy (for trauma) for children and families in the Rutland Community. Visit Stewart’s

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SVCOA Honors Cinda Donton as Community Partner of the Year

Community Care Network congratulates Cinda Donton, of Rutland Mental Health Services, for being named Community Partner of the Year by Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging. Read the full press release below. "Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging (SVCOA) has named Cinda Donton of Rutland Mental Health Services – Community Care Network, and Doug Jones of Meals
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InterAge Adult Day Program Closes

Thank You InterAge
On June 30, the InterAge Adult Day Program will close its doors due to financial struggles brought on by extended closure in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. InterAge has served the Rutland community for nearly

Supporting Children & Families During COVID-19

Community Care Network was proud to join Vermont Care Partners and the VT Digger in contributing to a sponsored content series highlighting the work of Vermont's Designated Mental Health Agencies. This year, we focused on how our Early Childhood Program and Rutland County Head Start are collaborating to support children and families emotionally and developmentally
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