HCRS adds new employees

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SPRINGFIELD — Health Care and Rehabilitation Services, southeastern Vermont's community mental-health agency, recently appointed 15 new professionals to augment HCRS' services in the Hartford, Springfield, Bellows Falls, and Brattleboro regions.

The new employees are (front row from left): Amy Lynn Baker, DSP-Community in Springfield; Nicole Kirby, crisis intervention specialist in Brattleboro; Jessica Stehle, DS Division Director in Springfield; Angela Milligan, DSP-Employment in Hartford; Valerie Lund, behavioral interventionist in Hartford; Amy Johnston Speno, clinical intern in Brattleboro; Alena Pardoe, vocational-wellness specialist in Hartford; and Marie Brownell, residential specialist in Bellows Falls; (back row from left), Benjamin Robb, respite provider in Brattleboro; Richard Carter, Jr., residential specialist in Brattleboro; Zeke Kreitzer, residential specialist in Brattleboro; Leah Titus, community outreach specialist in Hartford; Mary Richardson, residential specialist in Brattleboro; Jade Hodgdon, case manager-BI Float in Brattleboro; and Sean Snyder, Clinician I in Springfield.

These new hires will support the non-profit agency's mental health, substance abuse and developmental disability programs, which serve more than 4,000 individuals annually across Windsor and Windham counties.



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