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The Franklin County Home Health Agency board of directors welcomed newly elected board members, Stacey Remillard, Lesley Hendry, Ashley Bartley and Liz Gamache at its annual meeting.

The Franklin County Home Health Agency board of directors welcomed newly elected board members, Stacey Remillard, Lesley Hendry, Ashley Bartley and Liz Gamache at its annual meeting.

Posted: Sep 28, 2022 | Categories: Uncategorized

ST. ALBANS — The Franklin County Home Health Agency board of directors welcomed newly elected board members, Stacey Remillard, Lesley Hendry, Ashley Bartley and Liz Gamache at its annual meeting. Remillard is the chief human resource officer at Northwestern Counseling and Support Services The board was also charged with the… Read More
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Hannaford Community Bag Program

Hannaford Community Bag Program

Posted: Sep 28, 2022 | Categories: Featured , Uncategorized

NCSS has been selected as a beneficiary of the Hannaford Community Bag Program for the month of October.  Launched in October 2015, the Hannaford Community Bag Program is a reusable bag program that facilitates community support with the goal to make a difference in the communities where shoppers live and… Read More
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NCSS Here for You, Suicide Prevention Awareness

NCSS Here for You, Suicide Prevention Awareness

Posted: Sep 12, 2022 | Categories: Featured , Uncategorized

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.  Suicide is a public health problem and a leading cause of death in the United States.  Suicide can also be prevented through increased education and prevention efforts.  Suicide does not discriminate by gender, ethnicity, race, or economic status.  The same can be said for… Read More
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Crime and punishment issues continue to confound Vermont

Crime and punishment issues continue to confound Vermont

Posted: Aug 08, 2022 | Categories: Uncategorized

Crime and punishment issues continue to confound Vermont By Bill Schubart Crime is nourished by untreated mental health, poverty, hunger, substance abuse, and a tidal wave of available guns and unwanted children. What if we addressed the elements that feed crime, instead of just locking up offenders? Excerpts from article:… Read More
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NCSS and National Night Out 2022

NCSS and National Night Out 2022

Posted: Aug 05, 2022 | Categories: Uncategorized

As seen on St. Albans Messenger digital and print platforms Mentions include NCSS’ Samantha Weber and NCSS as a community partner. Families meet police and community leaders at National Night Out in St. Albans By Bridget Higdon ST. ALBANS CITY — Families turned out Tuesday for National Night Out, an… Read More
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NCSS Here for You, A Visit With Todd Bauman

NCSS Here for You, A Visit With Todd Bauman

Posted: Aug 03, 2022 | Categories: Uncategorized

Five years ago, Todd Bauman was named the Chief Executive Officer at NCSS.  A 5-year period can be viewed as a milestone and today we will discuss developments that have taken place since 2017.  One thing is for certain, change is constant.  However, the values of the organization remain firm. … Read More
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NCSS – Here For You Episode, Developmental Services Emergency & Respite Supports

NCSS – Here For You Episode, Developmental Services Emergency & Respite Supports

Posted: Jul 11, 2022 | Categories: Uncategorized

The NCSS Developmental Services Emergency and Respite supports play a significant role in the lives of individuals with developmental or intellectual disabilities and their caregivers.  These supports are being extended around the clock throughout the year and are delivered unseen to most of the community. To discuss NCSS’ Developmental Services… Read More
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As the Weather Heats Up, a New Map Shows You Where to Cool Down

As the Weather Heats Up, a New Map Shows You Where to Cool Down

Posted: Jul 06, 2022 | Categories: Uncategorized

For Immediate Release: June 30, 2022 Media Contacts: Ben Truman │ Vermont Department of Health 802-316-2117 / 802-863-7281 bennett.truman@vermont.gov National Weather Service 802-862-2475 As the Weather Heats Up, a New Map Shows You Where to Cool Down BURLINGTON, VT – Heat-related illnesses in Vermont become much more common when… Read More
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