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Both the individual therapy and the women's group have been VERY helpful and yield lots of suggestions as well as food for thought. The women's group has been especially beneficial in that I've learned I am not the only one with problems and it has shown camaraderie, understanding, and friendship.

Young Man Who Uses A Wheel Chair Needs a Home

Date Posted July 27, 2021
Program Young Man Who Uses A Wheel Chair Needs a Home
Hours / Week 0


HCRS is seeking individuals or couples in Southern Vermont (Windham and Windsor County) willing to open their home to a young man who uses a wheel chair. He is in need of ADA (American Disabilities Act) compliant housing -- which means there are ramps where needed, and at least one bathrooms that accommodates a wheel chair. He also is in need positive relationships. This person is social, enjoys using his tablet for games and entertainment, movies, and has a good sense of humor; however he can have challenging behavior at times.

A valid driver’s license and insurance is required. You will receive training and case management support. A generous tax-free stipend of $48,000 also provided.

For more information please call or text the Program Development Manager: 802-952-3936 or email HCRS is a private non-profit community mental health and developmental services center serving residents of Windham and Windsor counties.


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