While the community assessment is viewed as unrepresentative of the city’s population — it’s made up of largely white, high-income and highly educated people — some say it could still help determine the future of public safety in Burlington.
Gov. Phil Scott’s decision to lift the state of emergency triggers an end to the state’s eviction moratorium in 30 days. It could also reduce funding for food and housing programs.
Two-thirds of respondents “stopped trying to access the supports and services they needed because they got discouraged or tired of trying. This suggests many unmet needs and a system that is unresponsive and complicated to navigate, especially on one’s own.”
“They're reliving trauma every time they have to explain their story to someone else,” said Steve Harrington, part of the project team. The idea: Do it just once.
When the next recession hits, our ability to finance these three continued trends will be put to the test.
I have come to dislike Toys for Tots as another occasion for reinforcing ideas about poverty and need that are destructive for both poor people and the middle and upper classes.
News Release -- Capstone Community Action Sept. 15, 2017 Contact: Brian Tagliaferro, Capstone Community Action Phone: (802) 477-5154 Email: [email protected] (Morrisville, VT) – Capstone Community Action celebrated the ground […]
When families split apart, it has a devastating impact on children. They may struggle to succeed, and mothers often struggle to help them find success.
News Release -- University of Vermont Medical Center May 24, 2017 Contact: Michael Carrese desk: (802) 847-0368 cell: (802) 324-8166 [email protected] Highlights § Support for substance abuse and mental health […]
The nonprofit's programs "are very stressed for space" at the First Baptist Church complex on Main Street, says the executive director.
We will never get health care, education and other social costs under control until we address the impact of adverse childhood events and trauma.
The president's proposed budget cuts will cripple services to Vermont’s most vulnerable populations.
For Immediate Release Contact: Yvonne Lory, Capstone Community Action Phone: (802) 479-1053 Email: [email protected] http://www.capstonevt.org President Trump’s proposed budget cuts will cripple services to Vermont’s most vulnerable populations (Barre, VT) […]
News Release — Vermont Gas March 7, 2016 Media Contact: Beth Parent, Communications Manager, Vermont Gas Systems PH: (802) 865-1460 / (802) 578-2776 [email protected] Company employees will Sleep Out on […]