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SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER: THE STIGMA, THE RIPPLE, AND HOW VERMONT IS LEADING THE WAY

Oct 28, 2019
Part of our Community Conversation Series, this panel discussion features: facilitator Fran Stoddard, Media Producer...

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WORKING FIELDS LOOKING FOR EMPLOYERS IN ADDISON COUNTY

Feb 01, 2019
From the Working Fields Rutland office, Colleen Hobbs, Working Fields Account Manager, is connecting with businesses in Middlebury and Addison County.  The Addison County Independent highlighted our work in a great article on second chance hires in the Middlebury area....

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WORKING FIELDS OPENS RUTLAND VERMONT OFFICE

Nov 08, 2018
For the last two years, Working Fields has operated in Chittenden County placing Individuals in recovery into job opportunities in Chittenden, Franklin and Washington Counties.  With a new office that opened on October 1, 2018 in Rutland, Working Fields will now be able to find employment for individuals in recovery from substance use addiction and are experience other challenges to employment....

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AFTER ADDICTION: WITH HELP, VERMONT EMPLOYERS GIVE SECOND CHANCE

Nov 22, 2017
Welcome to Working Fields, a temp agency that specializes in finding jobs for people in recovery from addiction. Learn how it has helped placed more than a dozen people in jobs and how one employer says he has found some of his best workers....

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STAFFING AGENCY HELPS PEOPLE LOOKING FOR SECOND CHANCE

Oct 27, 2017
Working Fields appears on News Channel 5 news bringing awareness to the Working Fields solution and highlighting a success story of a Working Fields Associate working at Archie's in Shelburne, Vermont....

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WORKING FIELDS AIMS TO BUILD A STRONGER COMMUNITY

Apr 21, 2017
Mickey Wiles, founder of Working Fields, is in the business of offering second chances and that’s because he was once on the receiving end of such generosity. After battling with addiction and a two-year stay in federal prison for crimes committed as chief financial officer of a prominent ice cream company, he emerged clean and sober and ready to begin anew....

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