George Karabakakis

‘This crisis has brought together people in innovative ways’

The coronavirus is a challenge like no other we have faced in our lifetime. It is an invisible threat that is impacting our communities and our world in ways we are only beginning to comprehend.

At HCRS, we continue to provide our comprehensive mental health, substance abuse, and developmental disability supports for thousands of individuals across Windham and Windsor counties. We've adapted to this public health crisis through the implementation of advanced technology that allows us to provide services remotely, through careful protocols for social distancing, through creative online ways to connect with our Kindle Farm School students, and through many other new methods of supporting our communities.

During this time of heightened anxiety, our services are even more critical than ever.

The Kaiser Family Foundation conducted a poll between March 25 and March 30, which found that 45 percent of adults indicated that this crisis is affecting their mental health.

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HCRS thanks voters for funding support

The board and staff of Health Care and Rehabilitation Services of Southeastern Vermont (HCRS) thank town residents throughout Windsor and Windham counties who voted to support HCRS's town-funding requests at their recent Annual Town Meetings. This critically important town funding will help HCRS to achieve our mission: to provide...

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