Decolonizing Conversations About Death & Suicide

Main Street Landing

As our society is working towards equity and social justice, we must commit to working toward further access and inclusion. Anti-racism and racial justice require continuous work of daily action, […]

Drop-In Peer Support, Monday through Friday 10 am to 1 pm

Pathways Vermont Community Center 279 North Winooski Ave, Burlington, VT, United States

The Community Center is open every day 10am-1pm offering drop-in peer support with our various staff. Swing by to connect with our staff or other community members.

Overdose Prevention Training

Pathways Vermont Community Center 279 North Winooski Ave, Burlington, VT, United States

Join Pathways Vermont Nurse Team Lead Skylar Kelley, RN, BSN, for an overdose prevention training. Learn how to use Narcan, understand harm reduction principles, recieve tips for preventing drug overdose, and more. Open to all members of the public. Questions? Reach out to [email protected].

Event Series Community Cooking

Community Cooking

Want to cook food with a friendly group of folks and work together to fight hunger in our community? Join us for Community Cooking every Wednesday from 6-8 pm at the Pathways Vermont Community Center (279 N. Winooski Ave, Burlington). Every week, we cook up a big, healthy meal. The food we make is shared […]

Event Series Community Cooking

Community Cooking

Want to cook food with a friendly group of folks and work together to fight hunger in our community? Join us for Community Cooking every Wednesday from 6-8 pm at the Pathways Vermont Community Center (279 N. Winooski Ave, Burlington). Every week, we cook up a big, healthy meal. The food we make is shared […]

Relationship-First Approach to Extreme States

In this interactive workshop, participants will gain insight into and practice an approach that centers personal connection, empathy, and mutuality when supporting people who experience extreme or unusual states and/or […]

Intentional Peer Support Virtual Overview (90 minutes)

“As peer support in mental health proliferates, we must be mindful of our intention: social change. It is not about developing more effective services, but rather about creating dialogues that […]

Relationship-First Approach to Extreme States

In this interactive workshop, participants will gain insight into and practice an approach that centers personal connection, empathy, and mutuality when supporting people who experience extreme or unusual states and/or […]

Pathways Vermont’s Relationship-First Practice

In this interactive workshop, participants will explore ways to tolerate and embrace discomfort in their relationships with service recipients while learning about the values of Pathways Vermont’s Relationship-First Practice: humanity, […]

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