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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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