Wednesday, June 13, 2018

HCRS welcomes new staff


Health Care and Rehabilitation Services (HCRS), southeastern Vermont’s community mental health agency, has announced the appointment of 12 new professionals whose talents will augment HCRS’ services in the Hartford, Windsor, Springfield, Bellows Falls, and Brattleboro regions.

HCRS welcomes the following new employees: In front from left are Alycha Compos – Residential Specialist in Bellows Falls, Savanna Cortvriend – Program Coordinator in Brattleboro, Heather Madden – Residential Specialist in Brattleboro, Kimberley Lord – Children’s BCBA in Brattleboro, and Maria Tevolini – Residential Specialist in Bellows Falls,

In back from left are Amanda Snow – Residential Specialist in Brattleboro, Wendy Summarsell – Community Outreach Specialist in Springfield. Nate Kokernot – Community Outreach Specialist in Windsor, Renee DePalo – Respite Provider in Hartford, Anna Parsons – Case Manager in Hartford, Alexander Scholz-Karabakakis – Residential Specialist in Brattleboro, and James Barron – Shift Leader in Bellows Falls.

Founded in 1967, HCRS is a nonprofit, community mental health agency serving Vermonters in Windham and Windsor counties. HCRS serves more than 4,000 individuals every year through its mental health, substance abuse, and developmental disabilities programs. The agency provides holistic care for clients, supporting them with employment, housing, transportation, and other social service needs. For more information, visit www.hcrs.org.


6 comments :

  1. THIS IS A JOKE! If HCRS is such a great place to work, why are there CONSTANT press releases about new hires? Sounds to me like staff turnover is extremely high.

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  2. And why is it News, because they are self promoting themselves so they can get more "Patients or Clients" not sure the proper terminology. The more they get the more tax money they get. It's not news when the JELD-WEN Hires or the Car Dealer Hires or when McDonalds hires because they are not living off the government and us tax payers. Self Promoting a Non Profit! yeah right....

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  3. HCRS sounds like a scam.

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  4. Do any of you constant complainers have any idea what you are talking about? 12:02 says it "sounds to me like staff turnover is extremely high."
    Roger, it's "news" because HCRS is a public agency. McDonald's and Jeld-Wen aren't.
    And 6:57 must belong to the same think tank as 12:02 because he also uses "sounds like"
    Instead of carping about this ... and everything else ... try doing some research on the subject, instead of guessing. You'll discover HCRS is a vital organization that provides outstanding service.

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    1. yeah they do. like filling will hunter houses with their clients. importing them from other states none the less. the best is the way they feed of the courts.

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    2. so why don't you tell us,why they go thru so much help,if you have all the amswer's

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