Thursday, June 22, 2017

HCRS announces new staff members

Health Care and Rehabilitation Services (HCRS), Vermont’s second-largest community mental-health agency, is pleased to announce the appointment of nine new professionals whose talents will augment the HCRS services in the Springfield, Hartford and Brattleboro regions.    


  1. Sorry to the new folks hired, but more tax payer wasted money... this place is one of the largest money pit in the State of VT... most of the people that go there don't want the help... but if they keep the head count up then tax dollars just fly in...

  2. chuck gregory6/23/17, 8:29 PM

    What's the pay like? They seem to have high turnover there. And they have that one who apparently was supplementing her income by dealing dope...

    1. The turnover is due to lackluster management. I worked there for quite sometime and witnessed a lot of shady business by upper management and others.
      The place is running into the ground. They don't have a money problem, they have a spending problem.
      As far as the pay, it isn't the greatest but not bad. I guess starting pay is $14 for a COS.

  3. My first hand experience with HCRS was a glut of case workers coaching "clients" on how to scam the system to stay on disability and/or SSI. Time to drain the swamp.

  4. Don't stereotype the disabled/SSI population. Here's a peek inside the life of one of them. At least she's able to make fun of living in Hell:

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