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Farewell to Long-time Advocate, Ann Collins

Farewell to Long-time Advocate, Ann Collins

Dec 21, 2017
For nearly 20 years, youth in the Newport region have had Ann on their side, helping connect them with shelter, food, and educational and employment supports, and more importantly, always being there with…
From the Field: Parallel Process

From the Field: Parallel Process

Dec 08, 2017
 By Chrisitine Linn, Director of Youth Development, Youth Services What is the vision of the work we do?  As youth workers and administrators, if we ask each other that question we might come up with…
From the Field: Problem-Solving - How a Car Detailing Business is Turning Lives Around

From the Field: Problem-Solving - How a Car Detailing Business is Turning Lives Around

Sep 06, 2017
By: Alex Ellis, Supported Housing Case Manager and Beal St. George, Development and Communications Coordinator, Spectrum Youth and Family Services We’ve always struggled to help our youth find and maintain…
From the Field: Celebrate all Success, Big and Small

From the Field: Celebrate all Success, Big and Small

Aug 03, 2017
By: Christina Brown, Transitional Living Program Director, Washington County Youth Service Bureau As we all know, it is sometimes easier to get caught up in what hasn't or isn't happening or working for…
From the Field: Building Resiliency at LINK this Summer!

From the Field: Building Resiliency at LINK this Summer!

Jul 05, 2017
By: Nancy Pope, Youth and Young Adult Program Manager and Sammie Gorton, LINK Case Manager, Lamoille Family Center As a member of VCRHYP we assess outcomes in 4 key areas for the youth we serve: Safety Well-Being Permanent…
GUEST POST: Too Many Exit Ramps, Not Enough On Ramps

GUEST POST: Too Many Exit Ramps, Not Enough On Ramps

Jun 27, 2017
By: Sarah Teel, Research Director at Voices for Vermont's Children, an independent statewide, multi-issue children’s policy research and advocacy non-profit whose mission is to promote public policy that…
Special Attention Paid to Youth in 2017 Point-in-Time Count Report

Special Attention Paid to Youth in 2017 Point-in-Time Count Report

Jun 16, 2017
By: Ari Kisler, VCRHYP Assistant Director The Vermont Coalition to End Homelessness and the Chittenden County Homeless Alliance released their joint report on Vermont’s 2017 Point-in-Time Count this week.…
GUEST POST: Intervention and Prevention Services for Runaway, Homeless, At-Risk Youth & Families

GUEST POST: Intervention and Prevention Services for Runaway, Homeless, At-Risk Youth & Families

Jun 12, 2017
By: Lindsey Kahney, Prevention Specialist at National Runaway Safeline For over 40 years, the national Runaway Safeline (NRS) has been the nation’s federally designated hotline and online services for…
VCRHYP to Participate in Vermont Gives 2017!

VCRHYP to Participate in Vermont Gives 2017!

May 31, 2017
We're excited to be gearing up to participate in a second year of Vermont Gives! Vermont Gives is a 24-hour online fundraising event designed to build community, raise awareness about Vermont’s nonprofit…
From the Field: Measuring Success

From the Field: Measuring Success

May 01, 2017
By: Melanie LeGeros, Country Roads Counselor, Washington County Youth Service Bureau In grant-funded programs, we strive to meet benchmarks that define what success is for our youth, families, and programs. Is…