HCRS welcomes new staff

Springfield, VT — Health Care and Rehabilitation Services (HCRS), southeastern Vermont's community mental-health agency, is pleased to announce the appointment of 12 new professionals whose talents will augment HCRS' services in the Hartford, Bellows Falls, Brattleboro, and Springfield regions.

As they appear in the photo, HCRS welcomes the following new employees (front row from left): Wendy Therieau, community outreach specialist in Springfield; Kerin Riley, clinician I in Hartford; Teri Ames, community outreach specialist in Brattleboro; Molley Tarbell, residential specialist in Bellows Falls; and Matthew Bean, respite provider in Hartford; (back row from left): Michael Landon, clinician I in Hartford; Heather Tremblay, office generalist in Hartford; Amanda Rennie, office generalist in Springfield; James Golisano, DS area manager in Brattleboro; Mindy Olsen, residential specialist in Brattleboro; Max Messier, residential specialist in Bellows Falls; and Timothy Golden, residential specialist in Springfield.

About HCRS

Founded in 1967, HCRS is a non-profit, community mental health agency serving Vermonters in

Windham and Windsor counties. HCRS serves over 4,000 individuals every year through its mental health, substance abuse, and developmental disabilities programs. The Agency provides holistic care for clients, supporting them with employment, housing, transportation, and other social service needs. Visit www.hcrs.org for more information.


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