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  • We’re giving thanks for you!

    This Thanksgiving, our staff and clients are sitting down to a holiday meal thanks to YOU.

    Thank you for making our work possible every day, all year round.

    We made this short video to say “thanks.” Click the “play” button to watch. Happy Thanksgiving.

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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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    “I used to live in the shelter…”

    We met Kim at a meeting at a local business several months ago. She’s a former Spectrum client and she agreed to tell her story at the Empty Bowl Dinner in October. We think you’ll be inspired by her insightfulness, determination, and grit.

    Read Kim's Story

  • From left to right: MYP staff Amna Baloch, EmmaJane Hoffman, Michael Hill Jr., Jeetan Khadka, and Noor Bulle.

    Spectrum’s Multicultural Youth Program…

    …was featured on Local 22 / Local 44! MYP unites teenagers and young adults from diverse backgrounds, with a focus on working with youth and their families who may self-identify as multicultural or as refugees.

    “It’s a great space to talk about . . . what makes us the same and what makes us different, and how that makes us important.” — MYP Associate EmmaJane Hoffman

    Watch the video

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    Gratitude Report 2014

    You are a dream maker! Click here to see our 2014 Gratitude Report and see how YOU are helping our youth and families. Thank you for helping our youth dream big.

    Read the Report

Spectrum’s Empty Bowl Dinner
October 15, 2015
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Spectrum’s Sleep Out
March 31, 2016
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From Our Blog

“My future’s never been so bright.”

Kim, a former Spectrum client, grew up in an abusive household and became homeless after her mother kicked her out when she turned 18. Kim shares how she got her life back on track, living in our emergency shelter and in our transitional housing.
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