Appeared in the Bennington Banner on March 14, 2014 A visiting reporter should not cause us to lose perspective about what we already know about Bennington; that this is a healthy, hardworking, and optimistic town comprised of thoughtful community members who make it a great place to live. It’s unfortunate that an article in the
The Bank of Bennington Announced as the Title Sponsor for the 27th Annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake to Benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters Bennington, Vt. — The Bank of Bennington was announced today as the title sponsor for the 27th annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake to benefit the Bennington County Big Brothers Big Sisters program.
United Counseling Service is proud to announce the promotion of Anna Mattison to Emergency Services Manager. Mattison has over 25 years of experience at UCS helping people in crisis situations, and recently served as the interim emergency services manager. Mattison will work in UCS’ Battelle crisis center, where previous to her management role; she served
Legislators from across Bennington County attend event and discuss Mental Health issues. Bennington, Vt. — United Counseling Service hosted its annual legislative forum, on Monday January 27th, to discuss the issues and express concerns facing mental health and human service community in Vermont. One of the key agenda items discussed was the initiative from Governor
Trauma can come in many forms, and it’s often the children of our community that are left coping for a lifetime. Luckily what we’re finding is that resiliency in children, paired with professional counseling, can reduce the negative influence of a traumatic event. For the past two years, a family has been dealing with the