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RSVP Operation Dolls & More provides 15,000 Toys During Annual Event

Rutland Community Care Network. Caleb Kenna Photography

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

SVCOA Honors Cinda Donton as Community Partner of the Year

Community Care Network in Rutland, Vermont. Caleb Kenna Photography

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

InterAge Adult Day Program Closes

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 30 years, providing respite for caregivers while creating a safe, caring, and engaging community for clients. We are saddened to… Continue reading InterAge Adult Day Program Closes

Crisis Team Offers Emotional Support During Food Distribution

CCN Crisis Staff offered on-site mental health support to those in distress during the National Guard food distribution event.

On April 24th, the Vermont National Guard was distributing meals at the Rutland Southern Vermont Regional Airport. When the Agency of Human Services called on the Community Care Network Crisis Team, they were able to jump into action. The team showed up to provide in-person support for those in distress, offering encouragement, a listening ear,… Continue reading Crisis Team Offers Emotional Support During Food Distribution

Early Childhood Team Receives Stewart’s Holiday Match Grant

For the third year in a row, Community Care Network’s Early Childhood Team has been awarded Stewart’s Holiday Match grant in the amount of $500. This grant will be used to support the Parent Child Interaction Therapy and Child Parent Psychotherapy programs. The funding comes at a time when offering these services is a challenge… Continue reading Early Childhood Team Receives Stewart’s Holiday Match Grant

Community Care Network Open and Available for Community Mental Health Support

The COVID-19 pandemic, and the isolation and life changes that accompany it, places a strain on everyone’s mental health. This can be especially acute for many people who struggle with mental health and substance use issues in their daily lives.  Community Care Network (Rutland Mental Health Services and Rutland Community Programs), a provider of clinical and… Continue reading Community Care Network Open and Available for Community Mental Health Support

Supporting Children & Families During COVID-19

Lauren Norford and the Early Childhood Team meet outside of Rutland Mental Health's Parent Child Interaction Therapy Room.

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… Continue reading Supporting Children & Families During COVID-19

CSJTI Presents “Resilience” Film Screening and Panel Discussion

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 screening of Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope.  This powerful one-hour documentary film delves into the… Continue reading CSJTI Presents “Resilience” Film Screening and Panel Discussion

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