In the Media

Prison Policy Seen as Short Circuiting Addiction Recovery
November 29, 2016

Police and social workers say the state is not doing enough to help prevent  a cycle of addiction, crime and incarceration that starts when people in recovery or seeking treatment get locked up.  “A big part of recovery is helping with stability, and it’s very destabilizing to be taken off your prescribed medication while incarcerated,” said Tom Dalton, with the Safe Recovery program in Burlington. Read more . . .


Questions Remain After Quintuple Fatal Crash
November 29, 2016

Almost two months after five Vermont teenagers were killed in a fiery crash on Interstate 89, questions remain around the suspect’s visit to the hospital emergency room for a yet undisclosed reason the morning prior to the incident. Read more . . .

 


Burlington Telecom Holiday Offer Helps Support Local Charities
November 22, 2016

This holiday season, Burlington Telecom is partnering with local charities to highlight some of the amazing work being done in the community to support those in need. From now until the end of the year, Burlington Telecom will donate $100 to a Burlington based non-profit for each new customer subscribing to BT internet, television, or phone services.

Customers will have the choice to direct BT’s donation to one of five organizations: Committee on Temporary Shelter, Community Health Centers of Burlington, Howard Center, Spectrum Youth & Family Services, and Steps to End Domestic Violence. Read more . . .


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