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“Amy” is an amazing young lady who came to HCRS in 2007; she had been placed in residential school due to her uncontrolled behavior issues and inconsistent home life and had a State appointed legal guardian. With the help of HCRS, Amy was placed in more stable home environment with a family that she had already established a relationship with during emergency respite care. With natural supports and the supports from HCRS; Amy has been able to establish a safe and more consistent relationship between herself and her biological family; she has been able to maintain gainful employment; and just last year was legally appointed to be her own guardian. Amy started working part-time at a grocery store and a department store. In 2010, Amy successfully completed a 3 month internship as a front desk clerk. This internship opportunity really helped build Amy’s vocational skills and professional self esteem. Since this internship, Amy has flourished at work and socially.

Golf Tournament

Join our Silent Auction ONLINE again this year!

Auction will begin on June 10, 2022 and conclude at 11:45 am the day of the tournament (June 24, 2022).

HCRS’ 15th Annual Golf Tournament to Support our Kindle Farm School

HCRS is once again holding our annual golf tournament fundraiser to raise funds for our Kindle Farm School. This year we will be having the tournament at the Brattleboro Country Club in Brattleboro, Vermont on Friday June 24th, 2022. We would love for you to be a part of this great event!

To Register or Sponsor the Tournament online, click HERE 


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About Kindle Farm School

We hope you can join us in raising important funding for our Kindle Farm Alternative School which serves boys in grades 2-12. Kindle Farm serves students with a variety of emotional, behavioral, neurological, and learning needs. Students benefit from a setting that provides multiple hands-on learning experiences, an appreciation of multiple intelligences, a strong staff to student ratio, and the understanding that every student wakes up in the morning wanting to succeed.

Kindle Farm's mission is to provide a physically and emotionally safe school environment, using a combination of diverse activities, strong supervision, and guidance, so that students can discard old patterns and habits and discover and practice new ways to communicate, problem-solve, and learn more effectively.