"We believe that having an educated and informed community is instrumental to our efforts. For this reason, we are committed to providing public and professional training opportunities to educate, combat stigma and empower communities to address the issues of mental health, addiction, and homelessness. Over the past 5 years we have developed training materials to relay the information we have learned through the course of our work and individuals experiences to help facilitate this."
Pathways Vermont launched a monthly Community Learning Series hosting trainings, presentations and discussions related to the community issues we interface with on a daily basis. The Community Learning Series takes place on the Third Wednesday of each month from 5:30 to 7 pm at Pathways' central offices at 125 College Street, 2nd Floor. This series is for 2015.
Part of the Pathways Vermont community learning series, Are you or someone you know thinking of ending a relationship with psychiatric drugs? Learn strategies to navigate this process. Presented by Cameron Mack & Makenzy Smith. Harm...
Part of the Pathways Vermont community learning series, this is the first talk in a series. Presenters are Lindsay Casale, Program Manager and Roy Savage, Housing First Team Leader. For more informtion visit http://www.pathwaysvermont.org
On June 20th, Governor Phil Scott signed the Broadband Bill - now Act 79 of 2019 - in Dover, Vermont. This new law aims to expand access to broadband services and also includes a Study Committee that will consider issues related to the future availability and funding of Public, Educational, and Government (PEG) access television.