Pictured: Lorna Mattern, Executive Director of UCS and Al Gobeille, Secretary of Agency of Human Services Vermont Care Partners (VCP) is proud to announce that Washington County Mental Health Services (WCMHS) and United Counseling Service (UCS) have achieved certification as a Vermont Care Partner Center of Excellence. The certification is granted when the agency demonstrates
Think poodle skirts, hot rods and Marilyn Monroe. On April 7th the community is invited to support Bowl For Kids’ Sake at Bennington Lanes as we celebrate the Fantastic 50’s. Bank of Bennington is again our Title Sponsor and funds raised allow Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bennington County to continue to make mentoring matches
Lorna Mattern, Executive Director of United Counseling Service (UCS), is pleased to announce the appointments of Amy Fela as Director of Operations and John “JD” Hebert as Director of Facilities and Safety. Fela joined UCS in 1999 and her most recent role was as Executive Assistant. She will serve in the newly created position of
“Every day I see people overcome adversity, I see strength and courage, I see determination and love. It’s such an incredible feeling to be surrounded by such caring people, to be part of something so important to our community. Working for UCS has taught me so many things in such a short amount of time.
Students Amber Archer and Alyvia Metcalfe will receive the Deborah Lisi-Baker Youth Leader Award from the Vermont Center for Independent Living, Southern Vermont College has announced. The awards will be presented by VCIL’s executive director, Sarah Launderville, and Deborah Lisi-Baker at VCIL’s Holiday Open House on Thursday, Dec. 14, from 4 to 6 p.m. in