CSAC releases its anti-racism statement

At its September board meeting the Counseling Service of Addison County Board of Directors unanimously voted to issue a statement affirming CSAC’s commitment to becoming an anti-racist organization.

CSAC bocce tourney returns this fall

Scheduled for Sept. 17, the tournament will be held at the Middlebury Recreation Park — the Court Street location near Mary Hogan School — from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

CSAC raises pay for counselors

The Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC) recently announced increases in base wage rates and current employee compensation as part of recruitment and retention efforts for employees doing critical work supporting thousands of Addison County residen … (read more)

CSAC to hold annual meeting on Dec. 9

The Counseling Service of Addison County has invited the community to an event next week that promises dynamic performances, heartfelt tributes, and unity.

Williamson joins CSAC psychiatry team

MIDDLEBURY – The Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC) has announced the appointment of Dr. Genevieve Williamson to the position of child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist and Medical Director of Youth and Family Services. Dr. Williamson most rece … (read more)

Legislators honor CSAC’s Dr. Jimerson

MONTPELIER — Prior to the close of the 2020-21 Vermont Legislative session, the Vermont House recognized Dr. Robert Jimerson, departing Medical Director at the Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC), with a House concurrent resolution in honor and re … (read more)

New CSAC medical director eyes delivery of psychiatric care

MIDDLEBURY — Dr. Joe Lasek is the new medical director of the Counseling Service Of Addison County (CSAC), and he’s already thinking about ways to more effectively deliver mental health services to area residents who need them. Lasek ascends to the post f … (read more)

Lasek joins CSAC as Associate Medical Director

MIDDLBEURY — The Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC) has appointed Joe Lasek, M.D., as its Associate Medical Director. Lasek was most recently the Medical Director for Adult Services at Howard Center and continues to serve as Medical Director for … (read more)

Brown joins CSAC as compliance officer

MIDDLEBURY — The Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC) has appointed Andrew Brown as the agency’s Compliance and Quality Assurance Officer. Before joining CSAC, Brown was a program manager for Housing Vermont. Prior to that, he served as operations … (read more)

As calls double, Counseling Service responds in new ways

MIDDLEBURY — Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC) officials are seeing a surge in calls from people who are becoming increasingly anxious about the isolation and economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. The organization is encouraging people t … (read more)

Letter to the editor: CSAC meets the COVID challenges

Despite the current crisis, the Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC) remains open, providing all services to the residents of Addison County. The agency continues to staff residential homes and provide in-person care that is considered essential. C … (read more)

CSAC finds new ways to serve

ADDISON COUNTY — While social distancing rules keep the Counseling Service of Addison County from offering most face-to-face encounters between therapists and their clients, the Middlebury-based institution is continuing to serve people via telehealth wit … (read more)

CSAC, other nonprofits, sue makers of opioids

MIDDLEBURY — The Counseling Service of Addison County and two other Vermont community mental health agencies announced on Wednesday that they are joining forces in a lawsuit against the opioid drug industry. Joining CSAC as state-designated nonprofit agen … (read more)

Guest editorial: Gun debate stigmatizes those with mental illness

The two recent mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, have increased the climate of fear and hateful rhetoric in our country, causing social division between people more than ever before. This division has eroded our ability to tolerate diffe … (read more)