PRESS RELEASE: January 25, 2015

June 28 is Date for Catamount Half Marathon and 5K Races


Brattleboro, VT—The Catamount Half Marathon, presented by 3 C Race Productions on Sunday, June 28 is Vermont’s newest half marathon, now in its second year and they are taking registrations. 

According to its organizers it will run a very scenic course through rural Vermont crossing both the Dummerston Covered Bridge and the historic Rice Farm Road Bridge in Brattleboro, VT as well as along Route 30’s scenic West River corridor.  The accompanying 5 K race will give family and friends of the half marathoners their chance to compete as well.

In addition to runners, Youth Services is recruiting 20-30 volunteers to staff each of the six water stations and help direct racers on the race course from approximately 7:30 a.m. to noon the day of the event. As a result of manning water stops and handling course marshal duties, twenty percent of all entry fees will go directly to support Youth Services.

Read more: Half-Marathon and 5K Race Date Announced for June

Welcome to Youth Services

Since 1972 we have been dedicated to helping families thrive. Our mission is to strengthen relationships and support systems to advance the health development of children, youth and families.

Assisting individuals living in Windham County, Vermont and neighboring towns in New Hampshire, Youth Services can help with problems ranging from the challenges associated with growing up to homelessness, to substance abuse or trouble with the law.

Each year, with the help of hundreds of volunteers and partially funded through individual and foundation donations, this private nonprofit works with an average of 2,000 children, young people and adults. We strive to ensure all clients receive services, regardless of their ability to pay.


How can you make a significant difference in the lives of area youth? 

By contributing to Youth Services financially in a variety of ways. All gifts big and small are greatly appreciated and help underwrite the agency's programs which promote the healthy development of local youth and families and help them gain the skills necessary to lead constructive lives within the community.

Read more: Ways to Give

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Current Job Openings

Pretrial Monitor (Windham County)

Youth Services, Inc. is seeking a Pretrial Monitor to implement a new pretrial services program in Windham County. The new program, outlined in Vermont Act 195, includes performing impartial risk assessments and needs screening to eligible defendants arrested or cited into court. 


Supervised Visitation Monitor

Youth Services is looking for a part time (20 hours/week) Supervised Visitation Monitor.  The Monitor will be responsible for supervising visits between non-custodial parents and their children for cases in which a court has determined that supervision is needed for those visits. 


Residential Adviser

Youth Services is seeking a Live-In Residential Adviser for our Bellows Falls Youth Shelter. While this is an unpaid position, it would help provide a valuable need for homeless youth. Free rent is included! This is a live-in roommate-type of arrangement to monitor the shelter space during very flexible evening and overnight hours. 


Director of Family Services

Youth Services has a highly respected history of providing services to youth and families in Windham County since 1972. The agency is known for its innovative programs, ability to strengthen families and dynamic staff. The Director is a key part of the agency’s leadership team and will help expand clinical services and supports for at risk youth and their families. The Director will manage a staff of 4 and coordinate the agency-wide clinical team meetings.