Community Education Series

Since 2015, each spring and fall Howard Center offers its free and open to the public community education series on a wide range of topics related to mental health, substance use and recovery, and developmental disabilities. The series is designed to provide education, reduce stigma, and offer opportunity for discussion around topics like, ADHD, anxiety, depression, mindfulness, Autism, safe injection sites, and many others. Presentations and film screenings are held at in the KB Theater or at Main Street Landing’s Film House. Thanks to our sponsors and Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM).

The Community Education Series archive is a video collection of all presentations since 2015. Thanks to Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM) for their work to ensure our presentations are available for future use and viewing.

Series Archives

Autism in Children and Teens

This presentation will provide an overview of autism spectrum disorder, to include the recent changes to the diagnosis. We will explore strategies that help individuals with autism become more successful… Watch Now »

Producer:Vermont Community Access Media Episode: 003 Original Air Date:November 23, 2019

Understanding Opioid Addiction

  Dana Poverman, LADC, LCMH; and John Brooklyn, MD, discuss the causes, chemistry and treatments of opioid addiction in Vermont. This talk is part of a free-and-open-to-the-public lecture series about… Watch Now »

Producer:VCAM Episode: 001 Original Air Date:September 21, 2015