Fall Highlights with Our Community
This fall saw us out and about at community outreach events! From painting pumpkins with SaVida Health to decorating cookies at the Turning Point Center, we met jobseekers where they were at — and had fun doing it.
We also participated in several inclusive employment events, from Vermont's statewide human resources conference to recovery-friendly workplace panels in New Hampshire and Maine. Check out this article
spotlighting the zero-barrier work being done in Burlington at King St Laundry!
We've Got Jobs - Refer Now!
Do you know someone looking to work? Send them our way. Everyone is eligible.
Working Fields offers job placements, free peer coaching, trauma-informed account management, and transportation.Check out our jobs here
for a wide range of openings up to $25/hour! Click here to submit a referral.
Save the Date for These Events
Vermont Recovery Network Conference
Killington, VT | October 17-18
Convene with providers and supporters in this annual conference. Stop by the panel on employment and workforce development, featuring our team!
VermontJobs.com Job Fair
University Mall, Burlington, VT | October 21, 11am-4pm
This is a free job fair, open to all.
NHBSR Webinar: "Hidden Workforce, Untapped Talent"
Virtual | December 6
Tune into this panel featuring Working Fields to discuss inclusive employment.
Meet Our New Team Member!
Help us welcome Justin Holsapple to the Working Fields family!
Justin comes to Working Fields with the intention of using his lived experience with addiction and the justice system to help others find a path to a brighter future.
A caring soul, he has spent multiple years helping others on their journey in recovery. Most recently, he has helped open several sober living homes, building the sober community in the Seacoast area to what it is today. Justin often says, "There is no greater good than to be of service to others."
Justin steps into the role of Account Manager for southern New Hampshire and southeast Vermont, where he will support inclusive employment for jobseekers and employers alike.
Get in touch with Justin to welcome him at email@example.com.
Mental Health Equity Survey for Clients & Providers
Are you a recipient or provider of mental health, substance use disorder, or related support services in Vermont? This message is for you.
The Vermont Department of Health, in collaboration with the Vermont Cooperative for Practice Improvement and Innovation (VCPI), is conducting a statewide study to better understand the experiences of Vermonters with substance use and mental health services.
There are two survey tracks. The first is open to service recipients — anyone who has sought or engaged with services from a health care provider in Vermont — and is available in 4 languages. The other is open to providers.Click here
for more details or to take the brief survey now.