Spotlight on Community Resources (Sept.)

Happy fall! Your CCV Resource Coordinator has assembled some important resources for you:

Free Legal Clinics
Are you seeking legal advice or self-representation assistance? Talk to your Resource Coordinator to learn more about free legal clinics that can help with family and civil matters. You can find more information at Vermont Legal Aid’s website:

Rental Housing Search
Finding affordable, available rental housing
is difficult. Not sure where to start? If you are looking for an apartment, contact your Resource Coordinator for tips and housing search assistance.

Healthy Smiles for Less
Vermont Technical College in Williston provides low-cost dental cleanings and dental x-rays through the Dental Hygiene Clinic. Services include:

  • Hygiene Treatment $25.00
  • Dental Sealants $10.00/tooth
  • Fluoride Treatments No Charge
  • Complete mouth x-rays $30.00
  • Bite-wing x-rays $15.00
  • Periapical x-ray $5.00 per x-ray
  • Panorex x-ray $25.00

Contact the clinic (802) 879-5643

Media Factory Membership
The Media Factory is a community media learning and production space in the South End of Burlington, and is home to RETN, VCAM and 99.3 FM WBTV-LP. As a CCV student, you are eligible to join this community free of charge, and gain access to video and audio equipment, training, production space and distribution on local cable TV, radio, and online streaming to share your stories with the community.

Your CCV Resource Coordinator

Contact CCV’s Working Bridges Resource Coordinator, Connie Beal. Connie is available to CCV faculty, staff, and students. She is at CCV Winooski on Mondays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Room 211D inside the Learning Center. She’s also available by phone, text or email if you’re not in the Burlington area: 802-881-4218/
Free and confidential.



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