HCRS welcomes new staff

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Health Care and Rehabilitation Services (HCRS), southeastern Vermont's community mental-health agency, announced the appointment of nine new professionals whose talents will augment HCRS' services in the Hartford, Springfield, Woodstock, and Brattleboro regions. Front row from left: Alayna Spear, residential specialist in Brattleboro; Marjorie Trombly, area manager in Hartford; Jill King, residential specialist in Springfield; Catherine Mace-Tracy, residential specialist in Woodstock; and Mary Misavage, school based clinician in Hartford. Back row from left: Casey Potter, office generalist in Hartford; Taylor Liimatainen, residential specialist in Brattleboro; Joshua Rich, DSP-Community in Windsor; and Manuel Soares III, behavioral interventionist in Hartford. These new hires will support the nonprofit agency's comprehensive 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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