HCRS’ integrated services help individuals and families in our communities to live happy and successful lives.


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HCRS promotes prevention and early intervention, supporting overall health and wellness for clients through collaborations with primary care, health coaching, Wellness Recovery Action Planning, and efforts to support the whole person. We also support the health and wellness of employees through a comprehensive health care plan, annual health and wellness fairs, and other wellness activities.

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HCRS serves over 4500 individuals every year across Windsor and Windham counties. We have ten office locations from Hartford to Brattleboro with our headquarters based in Springfield. We also serve many clients in local schools, out in the community, and within their own homes.

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HCRS also believes in protecting our environment. Our headquarters in Springfield, described as a “terrific example of green, sustainable, responsible architecture, won three national awards. HCRS’ facilities, with significant natural light and open spaces, help to promote healing—as one client so aptly put it, “I feel like I’m worth something.”

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HCRS is an employer of choice with over 500 dedicated professionals. We are proud to offer one of the best benefit packages in Vermont. This, coupled with competitive salaries, allows us to attract and retain some of the best staff you may ever work with!

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Empowering Individuals

Empowering individuals to reach their potential.

Our mission is to provide creative, collaborative, and compassionate health care services that are responsive to the needs of our communities. We envision a community where people are inspired, empowered, and supported to lead healthy and meaningful lives.

Our seven guiding values are: Teamwork, Creativity, Integrity, Passion, Quality, Trust, and Wisdom.


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The Walk-in Clinic staff were friendly and non-judgmental. They had inspiring ideas and goals for my issues. I felt respected as a client.

It gives me a chance to open up and talk to other people that have the same “problem/issues” as myself, without feeling like I am being judged.


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  • HCRS Police Social Work Program Expands to VT State Police

    HCRS has partnered with the Vermont State Police in order to further assist individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. Our Police Social Work program has embedded a Police Liaison within

  • Disability Awareness Day

    Disability Awareness Day February 28, 2018 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Vermont's Disability Awareness Day will be held at the Statehouse in Montpelier on February 28. Held from 8:00 am - 6:00 pm, this