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    A Place to Land

    We’ve decided to rename our shelter “The Landing.” Here’s Kandi Marlow, case manager for our supported housing programs, explaining why:

    “Youth land here from many different places and in many different stages in their lives. The hope is that this is a landing place where young adults can set themselves up for a successful and stable future.”

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    Struggling with substance use?

    Are you or is someone you know struggling with substance use, depression, anxiety, stress, family or parenting challenges, or something else? We can help. Call us at (802) 864-7423 x310.

    Learn more about our counseling program

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    Creating the BTV Street Chronicle

    Our Drop-In staff, Liz and Jas, are empowering our youth to tell their stories. Here’s some excerpts:
    “Camping isn’t so great when you have to do it for survival.”

    Cold lonely hands are
    Warmed by these kind souls
    The helpless helped
    The lost found.

    Read the rest here

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    “It takes a village…”

    Our latest blog post, from Stephanie Ball, Jump On Board for Success (JOBS) Clinician:

    “A couple weeks ago, I had the pleasure going to 3 different high school graduations and watching a number of Spectrum’s young people walk across the stage. For some, this was a moment they never thought they would see.”

    Read on our blog

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    When a clothing donation is actually much more…

    Our ED, Mark Redmond, published a story in The Huffington Post: “A young man stopped by to donate a bag of clothes. Turns out, he used to come to our Drop-In Center, and he lived in our residence, too. The truest way to honor people [who’ve helped you] is to help the people who are struggling now.”

    Read the Story

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A Place to Land

We’ve decided to rename our shelter “The Landing.” Kandi Marlow, case manager for our supported housing programs, explains why.
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