WE NEED YOUR HELP! Last year Spectrum testified on a bill to create an Office of the Child, Youth, and Family Advocate in the House Human Services Committee. This bill will make sure there is a place for parents and children to voice their concerns when they believe they are not being treated fairly and their rights are being violated—something we all need!Tiếp tục đọc
Empty Bowl Dinner 2022 tickets are on sale!
The Empty Bowl Dinner, held each October, is a family-friendly evening where guests choose a handmade ceramic bowl to keep and fill with soups donated from several local restaurants. Join us in person or virtually this year!
UVM Medical Center Sponsors Meals for a Month
Thanks to UMV Medical Center, the Burlington Drop-in Center has sponsored meals for the month of September. We are so grateful for UVM Medical Centers’ support of the Drop-in Center and other Spectrum events throughout the year.
Detail Works Makes National News
Detail Works, our social enterprise that teaches youth the soft skills they need to thrive in the workplace, was on CBS Mornings, the national award-winning news broadcast!
Vermont is struggling to provide mental health counseling, especially for young people
Read this recent article by Dan D’Ambrosio from the Burlington Free Press, on the increased need for mental health counseling throughout the state of Vermont. The article centers Riverstone Counseling’s challenges in meeting the mental health needs of Spectrum’s youth.