United Counseling Service (UCS) hosted their annual legislative breakfast to give an update on agency activities and challenges with state representatives on Monday, January 25th, 2016. Elected representatives attending the event included Senators Dick Sears and Brian Campion, and Representatives Steven Berry, Bill Botzow, Tim Corcoran, Rachael Fields, Alice Miller, Kiah Morris, and Mary Morrissey.
Portion of Each Reusable Bag Purchase Goes to Head Start Bennington County Head Start has been selected as the beneficiary of the Hannaford Helps reusable bag program for the month of January. Throughout the month, $1 will be donated to Head Start for every blue reusable bag purchased at the store. The bags retail
Overview: In an effort to gain insightful feedback from stakeholders in the community who work or interact with our agency on a regular basis, we facilitated a survey with 9 questions on a graded scale and one user-based response question. The survey was conducted through Survey Monkey, an online based survey provider system. We emailed
The Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bennington County after school program (I-CARE Program) recently enjoyed a holiday visit at The Center of Living and Rehabilitation. Bigs and Littles from the program, organized by Kara Righi of United Counseling Service, handed out poinsettias and sang Christmas carols with residents. The visit is one of multiple community
Group Becomes First Vermont Chapter of the Youth M.O.V.E National Organization Bennington, VT – The Teens 4 Change youth group has joined a national network of youth advocates and chapters by becoming the first Vermont chapter of the Youth M.O.V.E National organization. The national accreditation adds to the long list of accomplishments for Teens