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  • UCS and Teens for Change Announce 3rd Annual Youth Summit

    UCS Teens for Change are gearing up for the 3rd Annual Youth Summit United Counseling Service (UCS) is delighted to announce that registration is open for the Youth Summit of Bennington, sponsored by UCS and Teens for Change. The Youth Summit …

  • Match of the Month: MEMS staffer values time with little sister

    Kasia Sosnow, left, and her little, Sophie Hill, are part of the United Counseling Service Big Brother/Big Sister mentor program. PHOTO BY MAKAYLA MCGEENEY – BENNINGTON BANNER Posted Monday, December 26, 2016 8:16 pm By Makayla-Courtney McGeeney MANCHESTERā€”For being non biological sisters, Sophie Hill …

  • United Counseling Service Announces New Senior Leadership Hires

    Paul DiIonno Appointed Director of Outpatient Services and Substance Abuse, Julie Pagliccia Announced as Director of the Northshire Division United Counseling Service (UCS), the Designated Agency providing mental health and social services in Southwestern Vermont is proud to announce the appointments of Paul DiIonno as …

  • UCS to host public forum on proposed changes to the Developmental Disabilities Act of 1996

    United Counseling Service will host a public forum on Wednesday, December 14th from 4pm to 6pm at 100 Ledge Hill Drive in Bennington. This video conference forum is presented by the State Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living (DAIL) designed to inform the public …

  • Early Intervention is Key for Mental Health

    According to theĀ National Alliance on Mental Illness, one in five young people ages 13-18 have, or will have, a serious mental illness in their life, and half of all lifetime cases of mental illness start by age 14. Unaddressed mental health concerns in young people …