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  • The UCS Annual Report for 2013-14

  • Head Start Soccer Clinic Sponsored by NSK a Huge Success

  • Thank you to everyone who participated in the UCS Community Autism Forum!

  • Third Annual Conservation Camp at OWCC

  • Infant and Toddler Center Children Learn with CLR Residents

  • Record turnout for UCS's 5k run/walk - via The Bennington Banner

  • UCS Participates in Green Up Day 2014

  • Bowl for Kids' Sake Raises $40,000

  • United Counseling Service Earns Workplace Wellness Silver Award from Governor’s Council

The UCS Mission
  • We help people improve their quality of life.
  • We envision a strengthened community where people feel valued, empowered, secure, and purposeful.
  • We respect people's dignity, accept them for who they are, and creatively help them to thrive, with the understanding that helping others helps us all.
UCS Blog
  • Mental Health First Aid Training

    The next UCS Mental Health First Aid Training will be held on January 15 and 16 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Mental illness will affect many of our friends, neighbors, and loved ones at some point in their lives. If faced with someone in …

  • Manchester Country Club Supports Families in the Northshire

    (L-R) UCS staff members Amber Leavitt, Sue Pierce, and Kate Miskovsky pictured with Brian Sherwood of the Manchester Country Club. Manchester, Vt. — A financial donation from the Manchester Country Club to the Northshire United Counseling Service office will help families in need have a …

  • The UCS Annual Report 2013-14

    Check out this years annual report! UCS 2013-14 Annual Report by UCSVT

Featured Video

  • Bazelon Center Statement on Sandy Hook Shooting

    Washington — December 17, 2012 — The Judge David L. Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law joins the rest of the nation in mourning the tragic loss of life at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. While much remains unknown about this incident, it …

  • Take Care of Your Mental and Emotional Health

    United Counseling Service is concerned about the health and safety of those affected by the recent flooding and storm damage. Flood-related loss can cause a great deal of stress for affected individuals, communities and recovery workers. It is important to take care of yourself and …

  • Tips for Talking to Children and Youth after Traumatic Events—A Guide for Parents and Educators

    by Specialized Children’s Services Director Lorna Mattern Children respond to trauma in many different ways. Some may have reactions very soon after the event; others may do fine for weeks or months, and then begin to show troubling behavior. Knowing the signs that are common …