HCRS welcomes new staff

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SPRINGFIELD — Health Care and Rehabilitation Services (HCRS), southeastern Vermont's community mental-health agency, has appointed 11 new professionals to augment HCRS' services in the Hartford, Springfield, and Brattleboro regions. The new employees are (front row, from left): Shammi Shoemaker, residential coordinator in Springfield; Emily Fletcher, bridge case manager in Brattleboro; Tanya Chamberlin, respite provider in Brattleboro; Kenedi Hall, behavioral interventionist in Brattleboro; Yvonne Laseter, vocational-wellness specialist in Brattleboro; and Shelby Day, JOBS case manager in Hartford; (back row from left), Dominique Rondeau, clinician I in Springfield; Margaret Simmons, behavioral interventionist in Hartford; Jessica Hanson, respite provider in Brattleboro; Benjamin Perron, behavioral interventionist in Hartford; and Matthew Hudson, clinician I in Springfield.



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