This is part of a series of articles in the Rutland Herald focused on the area nonprofit community and the impact on our region. Community Care Network is known by many simply as Rutland Mental Health Services. While the organization’s mental health services go back 70 years, most don’t realize that Community Care Network is… Continue reading Success Stories: Community Care Network in The Rutland Herald
February is Black History month, an excellent time to celebrate the contributions of Black Americans, elevate black voices, and have more conversations about Black History with our family, friends, and loved ones. Here are some resources for helping teach your kids more about Black History and discussing racism and racial justice with your young ones.… Continue reading Helpful Resources for Celebrating Black History Month With Your Kids
Community Care Network — Rutland Mental Health Services is excited to welcome Loree Zeif, LICSW as the new Emergency Services Director. Loree grew up in Lennox, Massachusetts and received her Bachelor’s in Social Work from Providence College, going on to earn her Master’s in Social Work from The University of Pennsylvania. Loree brings a wealth… Continue reading Community Care Network Welcomes New Director of Emergency Services
Vermont Care Partners (VCP) is proud to announce that Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC), Community Care Network/Rutland Mental Health Services (RMHS), Northeastern Family Institute (NFI), Health Care and Rehabilitation Services (HCRS), and Clara Martin Center (CMC) have achieved certification as a Vermont Care Partners Center of Excellence. These agencies join other agencies previously certificated… Continue reading Rutland Mental Health Services Certified as Vermont Care Partners Center of Excellence
Rutland, Vermont—Thanks to the hard work of one passionate employee, Community Care Network has joined the Little Free Pantry movement to give back to the community and encourage neighborly support. The organization—one of ten designated mental health agencies in Vermont—has started the process of placing neighborhood pantries at three of its locations in Rutland City.… Continue reading Community Care Network Joins Little Free Pantry Movement
Rutland, Vermont—Despite the challenges of 2020, RSVP & The Volunteer Center volunteers helped provide approximately 15,000 new and restored toys to almost 1,200 Rutland County children through this year’s 20th annual Operation Dolls & More Drive-Thru event. During normal years, the program partners with Trinity Church in Rutland for a complete holiday event where gifts… Continue reading RSVP Operation Dolls & More provides 15,000 Toys During Annual Event
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… Continue reading SVCOA Honors Cinda Donton as Community Partner of the Year
November 21st – 6pm-8pm (free screening) Tuttle Hall Theater, College of St. Joseph, Rutland
Lauren Norford, Billy Day and Katy Harris in the new PCIT room.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbWlK-W_krU&t=2s Click the above link to view video. Thanks.