Rutland County Parent-Child Center Inc

Rating: 3.4 stars   5 reviews


61 Pleasant Street Rutland VT 05701 USA


The center is a resource for family growth and development in rutland county, vermont.


Other program activities provide early childhood education, developmental therapy with early childhood kids, as well as service coordination and other home visiting programs that are concerned with childhood developmental issues.

parent education and drop-in service activities are formal (and informal) groupings and one on one directed meetings to develop parenting skills and access to community.

community development activities work in partnership with other community organizations to assess priorities, interest and resources with the goal of supporting the growth of resources and services for families and children.

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Role: Professional with expertise in this field
Rating: 1 stars  

This nonprofit is poorly managed and does not serve the community in a manner as set forth by the other Parent Child Centers in Vermont. The Board is out of touch with their responsibilities, and fail to govern this nonprofit in a constructive and responsible manner. The books and records do not accurately reflect how donations are used.

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Rating: 1 stars  

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This is a nonprofit that is seriously out of sync with the purpose and mission of nonprotis. It has a board of directors that will not follow their By-Laws, a Treasurer (Lindsey Johnson-Suddarth) who does not look after the best interests of the organization. This board has created a hostile environment for the staff, who are dedicated and committed to serving children and families. Something should be done to hold boards accountable for the damage they cause to a nonprofit.

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exceptional with a dedication and commitment to the children and families that they serve.

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