Free Support Group
Free Support Group
We look forward to meeting you at the Career Fair!
Date: September 25
Time: 3:00-6:00 p.m.
Place: The Holiday Inn in Rutland, Vermont
Now hiring Early Care and Education staff, Clinicians, Case Managers, Direct Support Professionals and more!!!
At CCN you’ll find more than a job. You’ll find work that matters.
Community Care Network, Rutland Mental Health Services will present a film and a movement for hope and healing.
Wednesday, September 25th, 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., in the Community Access Program conference room on the first floor, 78 South Main Street, Rutland, Vermont.
This event is free and open to the public.
October 24, 2019, 5:30pm-7:30pm
Leahy Center at Rutland Regional Medical Center
Castleton University and Community Care Network are partnering to make college education more accessible and affordable for CCN employees through the Community Care Network Grant.
The Community Care Network Grant offers reduced tuition for CCN employees to take part in any of Castleton University’s graduate or undergraduate courses or programs. CCN also offers a tuition reimbursement program for its employees that may be used along with the grant to further reduce their out-of-pocket expense.
Community Care Network CEO Dick Courcelle said creating educational and training opportunities for employees is critical to maintaining a qualified workforce.
“High quality, affordable and accessible higher education opportunities are essential to recruitment and retention for Community Care Network. We have long enjoyed a relationship with Castleton University. This new grant opportunity will make it easier for our employees to pursue affordable undergraduate and graduate coursework close to home to expand their skills and obtain credentials needed in their field. We are honored to partner with Castleton University in this way,” Courcelle said.
The Community Care Network Grant strengthens the longstanding relationship between Castleton University and Community Care Network. Castleton has met the educational needs of CCN employees for many years, and CCN continues to provide internships to CU students, giving them a valuable source of real-world experience.
Maurice Ouimet, dean of enrollment at Castleton University, said he looks forward to welcoming more CCN employees to Castleton. He believes the grant will contribute to a well-trained staff at CCN and benefit CU students by bringing the skills and experience of CCN employees into the classroom.
“This agreement aligns with our goals of increasing college accessibility, building strong partnerships, and supporting the local community,” Ouimet said. “The grant and tuition reimbursement program are an investment in our local workforce by both Castleton and CCN that will benefit both organizations and the community as a whole.”
About Community Care Network
Community Care Network is comprised of Rutland Mental Health Services and Rutland Community Programs. The mission of CCN is to enhance the health and well-being of our communities, individuals and families through responsive, innovative and collaborative services. The programs of Community Care Network serve more than 3,000 people each year throughout Rutland County and are focused on improving the health of residents and their families living with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance use disorders, in addition to providing an array of services for younger children and older Vermonters.
The Department of Mental Health is scheduling listening tours around the state based on their commitment described in Act 200, Section 9 Evaluation of the Mental Health System of Care report.
The first forum will be held in Rutland on June 18th with two available sessions:
Afternoon from 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM, or,
Evening from 5 PM to 8 PM. (A light dinner buffet will be available in the evening session.)
Community Care Network/ Rutland Mental Health Services will host “How to Survive and Thrive in the Children’s Mental Health Maze” presentation to build awareness of the children’s mental health system, available community resources, and help participants feel more empowered to advocate for their children. The event will take place from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 7, in the Education and Wellness Center, 78 South Main Street. Access is from Engrem Avenue.
For more information or registration, call 802-775-2381 or email email@example.com.
The new Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) space is now in use at Court Square by the RMHS Early Childhood program. An Early Childhood clinician observes the parent-child interactions through a one-way mirror, and coaches the parent during the sessions through a remote audio device. Lauren Norford reports that the new space is a great improvement and that the clinicians continue to see families reaching excellent outcomes. They are still using 10 Engrem Avenue for overflow clients and younger children when needed. And the addition of outpatient clinician Billy Day now extends the program beyond early childhood; PCIT is for ages 2½ to 6.
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
Rutland Mental Health Services, 78 South Main Street, Rutland, Vermont
State of Vermont Department of Mental Health Notification (click on above)