The Evergreen Substance Use Disorders Center has officially moved from Granger Street to the BROC building at 45 Union Street in Rutland, Vermont. Adult Outpatient Services and Intake have also moved to the BROC building.
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at Tuttle Theater College of St. Joseph CSJ's Traumatology Institute in partnership with Rutland Mental Health Services and Community College of Vermont is pleased to present a special
Rocking Horse Circle of Support The Rocking Horse Circle of Support aims to address the devastating consequences of drinking for pregnancy, and the equally destructive effects of parental substance use for early childhood. The focus
Early Childhood Program Gets Support from Stewart's Shops Lauren Norford reports that the Behavioral Health Early Childhood Program has received a $500 from the Stewart’s Shops Holiday Match to support the work they are doing with Parent Child Interaction Therapy (for behavior disturbance) and Child Parent Psychotherapy (for trauma). Lauren applied for the grant, and
Lauren Norford reports that the Behavioral Health Early Childhood Program has received a $3,000 contribution from The Vermont Country Store to support the work they are doing with Parent Child Interaction Therapy (for behavior disturbance)
Community Care Network was once again awarded a Worksite Wellness Award from the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports. Eighty-one Vermont worksites received awards in Burlington on March 21 for their onsite efforts to
Rutland Mental Health Services is pleased to welcome Michelle Michalkovic as Director of Residential and Emergency Services. Michelle holds a Master's Degree in Social Work and has recently moved back to the United States from
Community Care Network is pleased to announce that Erika Lamb has been hired as our Controller. Erika has a B.S. Degree in Business Administration from UVM and is a Certified Public Accountant; she most recently