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    Empty Bowl Tickets on Sale Now!

    Grab your ticket now for the Empty Bowl Dinner! Join us October 15th at the Elley-Long Music Center at St. Michael’s College​ for this fun, family-friendly event! Featuring soup, salad, bread, and dessert from local restaurants, handmade pottery bowls for you to keep, live music, and stories about how you are helping our youth.

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    Join our team!

    You can make a difference in the lives of young people and their families in Vermont. Check out our job opportunities and learn how you can help!

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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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    “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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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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